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Clarke Quay - The Most Famous Hub And One Of The Top Attraction In Singapore

Clark Quay, Singapore's party district, comes to life at night. Once a bustling commercial center in the nineteenth century, it continues to be so today, albeit with more polish and sheen. Clarke Quay, located at the mouth of the Singapore River, is a major tourist attraction surrounded by stylish restaurants, high-end boutiques, and pushcart vendors offering a fusion of Asian and European culture.

Best time to visit: Nov-To-Jan
Things to do: Shopping, Enjoying the nightlife, River Cruise, Eat at Floating Cafes


  • Flight - The city from which you depart would determine the length of your flight. The 3,920 mile journey from Mumbai takes roughly five and a half hours. Even though the distance is merely 2920 km, it takes 4 and a half hours to get there from Chennai. Depending on any layovers, it takes between 5 and 6 hours from Bangalore, a garden city. Another frequently travelled route is from Hyderabad to Singapore, and direct flights there will take you less than 5 hours. Similar to Mumbai, it would take five and a half hours to get there from the nation's capital, New Delhi. You can choose from a wide range of airlines as well, such as Singapore Airlines , Air India, and IndiGo. You can reach Clarke Quay faster by a flight!
  • Sea - Surrounded by water and a longtime leading port, Singapore has plenty of cruise operators, be it luxury or premium options. The Marina Bay Cruise Centre and Singapore Cruise Centre welcome some of the largest cruise liners in the world. They have routes from neighboring countries and the docking points are conveniently located.


  • Metro - Singapore’s famed MRT system is the fastest way to get around and there’s always a station just minutes from any attraction or neighbourhood. You can buy an unlimited pass for the duration of your stay or each day and use it as much as you need.
  • Taxi - If you prefer the road but not driving, taxis are your best bet. But note that it’s not always easy to hail one, especially during peak night hours or the shift change between 4-5pm. On the plus side, it’s all metered.
  • Bus - Use the EZ-Link Card on the extensive bus system of Singapore which can take you to almost every part of the island. Oh, and they’re all air conditioned so you never have to worry about that tropical heat.
  • Car - Opt for smaller car rental services as they are cheaper. Then, you have the convenience of moving around Singapore as you please, along the well-planned road network. Oh and guess what, they drive on the left side of the road too! Just remember to carry your license.

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