Our range of Singapore Riverside hotels makes a perfect base for experiencing Singapore’s nightlife, as it is almost entirely concentrated near the river. Not only that but the bulk of Singapore's historical attractions, are packed by the river, with the best place to start your tour being the mouth of the Singapore River itself. It houses many of Singapore's top historical and cultural attractions along the riverside streets of Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robinson Quay. Robertson Quay is Singapore's newly restored riverfront district. More than just a scenic food and beverage locale, here you can catch award winning plays and pick up fine works of art. It is here where you can visit Esplanades Theatres on the Bay, which is Singapore’s equivalent of Sydney’s famous Opera House.
There is an abundance of Singapore Riverside accommodation available for travellers, as well as an equally vast array of attractions. The National Museum of Singapore, the Ancient Civilisations Museum, The Singapore Art Museum, Battle Box, and Fort Canning Park are amongst the most popular with tourists and locals alike. And then there is the world renowned Merilon monument, which in itself is a sight to behold.
For the adrenalin junkies amongst us, there is the G-Max Reverse Bungy, which is world renowned for being the fastest, most thrilling bungy in the world. The best places for a splurge with a view in the evening are Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, which have many riverside restaurants offering al fresco dining. The numerous hotels in Singapore Riverside, are only a short stroll from these areas. The entire Singapore river area is a lovely place for a walk, with small green gardens, old-style bridges and historical buildings, and of course the nightlife-rich expanse of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. So make sure you stop by on your next visit to Singapore, you won’t be disappointed!