Have not updated lately…reason-I’ve been smitten with Anastasia and Christian. 🙂
Anyway, before I get busy with my reading let me share our last night in Singapore.
If you are traveling to Singapore, one of the places you must visit is Clarke Quay!
Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, located within the Singapore River Planning Area. The quay is situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay. – via
There are lot of things to do here like….
Dine, Drink and hop around pubs!
The Cannery at Clarke Quay has many pubs and bars for you to drink and chill with your friends. What’s great about drinking there, is that the every pub and bar is unique in a certain way.
Stroll and sit along the river
Not someone who drinks? Don’t worry! Simply spend your time strolling and walking around the Quay. The breeze is cooling a or you can just sit down along the river, and enjoy every moment.
At night, there will also be street performers or buskers performing along the river to add life into the night. Shopping carts are also situated all around for you to shop for your souvenirs. All in all, you won’t feel bored at Clarke Quay!
Party is everywhere in this part of Singapore, even on the steets. Meron performer. 🙂
One thing I noticed, even though it’s a party place, the place is still trash free. I admire their discipline. Inggit mode!
Scream at the top of your lungs
G-Max Reverse Bungy. You’re thrown up that reaches 60 metres in the air at speeds of up to 200 kph and hits G Force 5 — your hair might never look the same again . This is one hell of a ride and definitely not for the faint hearted. It is located along the Singapore River and within walking distance from Clarke Quay MRT station.
By the way, I am a scardy cat so I did no try it hahaha.
G-Max Reverse Bungee
Would you try?
Aside from the G-Max Reverse Bungee there is also the GX-5 extreme swing, a rapid flying and free fall ride, it’s equally scary but looks fun. I did not try it also. Yoko nga hahaha!
Ticket coast 49sgd each for G-max and Gx-5 (buti na lang mahal kaya hindi ako nag try hahaha)
A few walk from Clarke Quay is MITA Building.
The Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MITA) Building was originally the old Hill Street Police Station and Barracks (1934-1997). This colourful 6-storey building was designed in the classical Renaissance style. It comprises blocks arranged around two courtyards.
So that is how we spend our 4th night is Singapore. I was a bit sad because the next day, we will fly back home. I will surely miss this immaculate clean place. 🙂
My trip was surely over but I still owe an entry about Singapore food….up next 🙂
For the meantime, you might want to check my Singapore Blog series:
Singapore Zoo and raincoats
Chinatown in Singapore
Bugis Street and some side trips
Singapore Icons – Merlion, Esplanade and MBS
Universal Studio Part 2
Universal Studio Part 1
Imbiah Lookout and Merlion
Sentosa Express and Palawan Beach
A bit of Orchard Road
Singapore…I am beginning to love this place