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Exploring the Singapore Quays

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Exploring the Singapore Quays
Since Sir Stamford Raffles first landed in Singapore in 1819, the Singapore River has been the beating heart of the island. Like the nation, it’s changed with the times. The traditional “bumboats” that ply the river now carry more tourists than they do provisions, while its quays are home to bars, restaurants, hotels, galleries, and more. Here are some ways to explore Singapore’s quays.

Boat Quay
The first of the three quays upriver from Marina Bay, Boat Quay was once Singapore’s commercial center—and it stayed in use right up until the 1960s. Today, the brightly colored shophouses once home to Chinese merchants house a vibrant dining and drinking scene that competes with Clarke Quay upriver.

Clarke Quay
The converted warehouses and shophouses of Clarke Quay, the second of the Singapore River quays you encounter as you cruise inland, have made it a nightlife mecca for visitors (and expatriates) since the early 21st century. Between clubs, bars, pubs, restaurants, and the odd fun boutique, good times are pretty much guaranteed.

Robertson Quay
The most low-key of the Singapore River quays, Robertson Quay has a more modern and high-end feel than either Clarke Quay or Boat Quay—there’s even an InterContinental hotel here. Besides eating and drinking, the quay offers attractions including the Singapore Tyler Print Institute gallery. The Hong San See Temple stands on a small hill behind the quay.
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Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour with TransferNight Cruises

Singapore's Chinatown Trishaw Night Tour with Transfer

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Experience central Singapore during the vibrant evening hours with this Chinatown tour by trishaw and riverboat. With a guide, walk through the bustling Night Market and learn about the history of Singapore’s Chinatown. Shop for bargains as you wander through this captivating district, indulge in dinner, and take a thrilling trishaw ride through Little India and Bugis Village. Then, cruise along the Singapore River on a bumboat to admire the city skyline lit up at night.
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  • 4 hours
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City Sightseeing Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Bus TourBus Tours

City Sightseeing Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

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Go sightseeing at your own pace on this Singapore hop-on hop-off tour. Choose from either a 24-or 48-hour ticket, and enjoy the flexibility to explore the city across two different bus routes. While you’re on the open-top double-decker bus, listen to narration about the sights, and then hop off when you want to visit attractions on your own.
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  • 50 minutes
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3-Day Singapore City Pass with Singapore River Boat TourSightseeing Passes

3-Day Singapore City Pass with Singapore River Boat Tour

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See more of Singapore for less of the cash with a cost-effective Singapore City Pass. Your package, which is valid for three days, includes a 2-day Hopper Pass, a Singapore river boat tour, a FunVee open-top night adventure, and free entry to your choice of two attractions from a list that includes the Night Safari and Gardens by the Bay. And you don’t even need to queue to pick it up.
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Historical Singapore Bike TourBike & Mountain Bike Tours

Historical Singapore Bike Tour

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There’s no better way than a bike tour to see how a city fits together. Orient yourself in Singapore and discover the city’s fascinating history as you pedal 12 miles (20 kilometers) of gentle terrain on this fascinating half-day tour. Amble along the Singapore River, pedal Marina Bay, and see landmarks like the colonial-era post office (now a hotel) and City Hall. Along the way, enjoy local snacks and drinks at a typical coffee shop.
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Private Singapore After Dark: Local Street Food & Nightlife TourHalf-day Tours

Private Singapore After Dark: Local Street Food & Nightlife Tour

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Singapore knows how to party after dark. Discover the local secrets on this evening nightlife walking tour. Grab dinner from an authentic hawker stall at the Telok Ayer Market. With a satisfied belly, visit a rooftop club, a cocktail bar, an entire street dedicated to nightlife. End at a pub with live music and dance the night away after the tour, if you’re in the mood.
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Singapore Private Night TourBus Tours

Singapore Private Night Tour

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It’s always hard to know where to go in a new city at night. Experience the best skyline views and check off the buzziest districts on this private guided Singapore tour. Stroll the Singapore River, capture a photo with the Merlion, see the light show at Gardens by the Bay, and visit Raffles Hotel, Marina Bay Sands, and Clarke Quay. Your tour includes round-trip transfers from your hotel or port.
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Singapore Walking Tour: Magical RiverCity Tours

Singapore Walking Tour: Magical River

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The Singapore River holds an important place in Singapore’s history, in its growth from a small fishing village to the mega-city that it is now. You’ll see how Singapore has developed over the centuries on this walking tour that includes a water taxi on the river. Your local guide will tell you stories from Singapore’s history and present, and you’ll get the chance to stop and take photos at some notable places en route.
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Bike Rental in SingaporeBike Rentals

Bike Rental in Singapore

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If you want to see more of Singapore, rent a bike for 3 hours and create your own sightseeing itinerary. Conveniently located near several MRT stations and multiple hotels, the bicycle shop is situated near many of Singapore’s top attractions. Pedal alongside the Singapore River to Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands and more. You’ll receive a helmet, safety briefing and insider tips before you take off.
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Singapore Skyline Photo WalkCustom Private Tours

Singapore Skyline Photo Walk

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If photography is your passion, learn the tricks of the trade from a pro on this Singapore photo walk. Exploring in a small group, learn how to create spectacular shots of your stay in Singapore, from the art of composition and working with light to the use of different camera settings, including HDR mode. Finish the tour by putting your skills to work on a Singapore River cruise.
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