Night tour of Clarke Quay
22 June 2023, Thursday
7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Nestled within a row of conserved shophouses, there is a variety of restaurants and bars along Boat Quay which is perfect for chilling after a day of meetings and networking. Sit by the riverside and dine with a view, enoying our lovely skyline and civic district.
Known for being the city’s biggest nightlife and entertainment district, Clarke Quay is where you will find the hottest night clubs. Remember to check out 3 of Singapore’s official national monuments found along the river.
Opened in 1869, 1910 and 1929, respectively, the Cavenagh, Anderson and Elgin Bridges date back to Singapore's colonisation by the British. Cavenagh Bridge is the oldest surviving bridge across the Singapore River, and is also one of only two remaining bridges in the world built with the "Ordish-Lefeuvre system", a type of modified cable-stayed bridge design (the other is the Albert Bridge in London). Keen-eyed members of the public crossing Cavenagh Bridge will be able to spot antique signs at the end of the bridge prohibiting "any vehicle of which the laden weight exceeds 3 cwt and to all cattle and horses".