Boat Quay houses many intimate outdoor seating restaurants - with its low lights and relaxing music and a lively crowd - it makes the perfect place to have a date night or a quality wine and dine time. Along with the restaurants come plenty of relaxed bars, bustling yet still laid back with the atmosphere, suitable for families as well as it is very residential. You will be in for a pleasant evening with the loved ones of your choice! Snag a seat along the riverside to catch views of the CBD and Marina Bay Sands, Boat Quay is known for its cozy bars, touristy seafood restaurants, and western food.
Raffles Landing Site
The Raffles' Landing Site statue is located where legend says that Sir Stamford Raffles (founder of modern-day Singapore) first arrived on 28 January 1819 and visited Singapore for 10 days to sign a treaty. The current PolyMarble statue is located in Boat Quay in Singapore's central business district.
Once having its own brand of reputation - Circular Road in its modern-day light has been reinvented as a hipper place to visit for humble burger joints, romantic corners, eccentric bars, and petite ramen spots. It is also conveniently closed to traffic on weekend evenings for a more airy night setting.
Asian Civilisation Museum
The Asian Civilisations Museum takes you on a rich adventure of the people that have come together to settle on the shores of Singapore over the past centuries. It is the only museum regionally dedicated to diving into Asia's artistic heritage - with emphasis on the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans.
SOUTH BRIDGE ROAD
Boat Quay(05029), Opp OCBC Ctr(05009)
Boat Quay is conveniently reached by MRT, alight at Clarke Quay station (Purple line) and take Exit E to walk for 5 minutes.