Singapore River Walk
Estimated trail distance: 2.8 km
Collyer Quay (Clifford Pier)
Collyer Quay (Customs House)
Raffles Place (Change Alley)
Raffles Place (Market Street)
Raffles Place (Masjid Moulana)
Clarke Quay (River House)
Clarke Quay (The Cannery)
Clarke Quay (Whampoa's Ice House)
Former Thong Chai Medical Institution
Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka
Tan Si Chong Su
Since 1819, when modern Singapore was founded, the Singapore River has served as an artery of international commerce that drew people from all over the region to work, trade and seek their fortunes on this island. Today, after a major clean-up that ended in 1983, the river continues to bustle with life, flowing past modern skyscrapers and historic buildings.
- Architecture, Culture & Community, Lifestyle, National History, Art
- Organised by
- National Heritage Board - Education and Community Outreach
- Number of points
- Estimated trail distance
- 2.8 km
Download Singapore River Walk Map
The Singapore River Walk traces the development of the Singapore River spanning from Collyer Quay to Robertson Quay, focusing on the contributions of the river towards Singapore’s mercantile development through the various communities who lived and worked by the river, as well as the spectacular architecture and social history of the bridges that criss-cross the river, functioning as arteries of commerce, facilitating the movement of people and goods across the river at various junctures.
Singapore River Walk Virtual Tour
The Singapore River Walk is adopted by American Express.