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Boat Quay is basically a street/area that goes along the river, full of restaurants and bars. It's beautifully lit up and crowded at night, nice place to have lunch/dinner, walk around and get some drinks. I think most restaurants there are more casual, so not...More
We wandered this area before heading to the Asian Cultural Museum on the east side of the river. Many older buildings at the foot of new sky scrapers. Most have been converted to bars and restaurants, many have decks right out along the edge of...More
After the convention, I spent a evening with my friend dining in Boat Quay area. You will find bars and restaurants here, various type of cuisine.
This place is crowd of people during dinner time. Buildings are old Singaporean style.
I picked a restaurant sitting...More
Harassed by business owners / staff as we walked, to the point of annoying (have spent a lot of time in other countries but this made them all look tame as far as touts went)
Chose a "Authentic Chinese Restaurant" at #50. 2 of the...More
What was once a busy commercial wharf is now a popular dining and entertainment venue along the Singapore River.
Many restaurants display some very unusual seafood in tanks along the sidewalk.
We enjoyed our lunch there, but left one restaurant when we realized it was...More
Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in... More
Well, you got all the answers in the tourist books already, but if you want to see the real Singapore you have to get away from tourist locations - but that of course depedns what kind of traveler you are. The key event in Singapore is on Feb 3rd, the Tamil Hindu festival of Thaipusam which is spectacular to watch ... Regarding food, try eating like the locals - the Boat Quay and so on are all expensive and for tourists, and to be honest, not that great. Maybe try hawker centers around Geylang or any other area you find yourself in. A favorite out of town in the West is the Big Eater Seafood Restaurant, Blk 964 Jurong West Street 91 - closest MRT is Pioneer, or go by taxi. Have fun ....