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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published October 4th 2011
At nighttime the bright lights will draw you near, and during the day it is the colourful facades that will attract you to Clarke Quay. Right near the Mouth of the Singapore River sits this bustling hub of entertainment. Whether you're looking for great cuisine, a fun night out, or just a daytime stroll, there is something to find at Clarke Quay.

The brightly coloured shopfronts that line Clarke Quay almost look like something out of Disney Land, and they pave the way for the fun to be had. There are so many restaurants and bars at Clarke Quay that is is hard to name them all. Cuisines range from Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean, and of course some local favourites. There is something for any time of day, whether you're after a quick snack or a four course meal. To see the full lists of restaurants and bars that make up the mall head to the Clarke Quay website.

The Cannery is one place to party at the mall. It is a collection of bars and nightclubs, each with its own specialty. Perhaps the one that stands out the most is the Clinic, a hospital themed bar where you enjoy your drinks in test tubes and drips. There is also Yello Jello Retro Bar, Nectarie Dessert Patisserie, which is described as "the place for clobbers who eat cake", and Mulligan's Irish Pub among others. Whatever mood you are in there is a bar or nightclub at The Cannery to keep you entertained.

Clarke Quay isn't all about eating or drinking, there are plenty of other ways to have fun. In the centre of the mall you'll find the large fountain that is perfect for playing in on those hot days. There are also boats along the river, or you could try the exhilarating G-Max Reverse Bungy or GX-5 Extreme Swing. Or if you want you can just take a stroll around the mall, grab some ice cream, and spend some time relaxing.

Clarke Quay is also right next to the Central Shopping Centre, so while you're there you'll also be able to shop up a storm. To find out more of what's on offer head to the Clarke Quay website.
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Why? Every dining and drinking option under the sun
When: Anytime, see website for details
Where: Clarke Quay
Cost: Varies
My sister and her family are heading there soon. I'll be sure to pass this on :)
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