The historic commercial center of Clarke Quay was once the most heavily used mooring point along the Singapore River, and was the trade center for the city. Former goods warehouses and storage facilities surround the precinct. When the city of Singapore relocated the trade center, the area was designated for redevelopment. Today, Clarke Quay operates as Singapore’s premier dining and entertainment district. Several of the historic warehouses and colorful shop-houses have been converted into restaurants and nightclubs.
Enjoy traditional Asian cuisine, or choose from Mediterranean, Italian or some of Singapore’s best seafood restaurants. It is not all fine dining here though; there are dozens of options including pub food and curry houses. Enjoy the warm weather and dine al fresco. Sit alongside the river or in one of the converted trade boats, both of which offer lovely views over the water. If you feel like going for a ride, jump aboard one of the traditional "bumboats" which ply their trade along the Singapore River.
After dark the quay lights up. Super-modern umbrellas tower over the squares and lanes and are lit from below providing not only shelter but a spectacular visual feast. The promenade heaves with visitors, and there is a carnival atmosphere any night of the week. Sit by the Clarke Quay fountain and watch the passing parade, or check out some of the street performers that frequent the boulevards. Dance at a nightclub, take in a magic show or simply chat to the locals to finish off your night.
Clarke Quay is located on the Singapore River in the central downtown precinct. The quay can be reached by car, and there is ample parking in the area; however most is subject to a fee. Visitors arriving by public transportation can use the Clarke Quay bus terminal, while those arriving on foot can reach the quay easily from many downtown hotels. Clarke Quay is open daily and there is no fee.
Located in Bencoolen, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and National Museum of Singapore. Peranakan Museum and Raffles City are also within 15 minutes.
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel places guests on the eastern fringe of Canning Park, and a 6-minute drive from the Singapore Flyer observation wheel, which overlooks Marina Bay. The street circuit for the Singapore Grand Prix runs close to the hotel, and City Hall Metro Station is a 7-minute walk away.
In the middle of downtown, on the Singapore River, this hotel is a 6-minute drive from shopping haven Orchard Road, and 3.4 km (2.1 mi) from Suntec Convention Center. Marina Bay is a 20-minute walk.
The hotel is strategically located in the heart of Singapore just a few steps from Suntec City International Exhibition & Convention Center, Raffles Place and Orchard Road. Airport is a 20-minute drive away.
Clark Quay entertainment district, downtown Singapore, and Orchard Road shopping as well as the Botanical Gardens are within 6 km (3.5 miles) of the hotel. Also conveniently located near the Chinatown area.
Centrally located, Park Regis Singapore is steps to the bustling Clarke Quay, and a 3-minute walk to the MRT station. Chinatown is a 5-minute walk away, and Raffles Place is a 15-minute walk away.
The 12-story hotel is by the river, across a small street from Clarke Quay train station, 500 meters (550 yards) from the financial hub, and near the central business district. The Singapore River and Chinatown are also nearby.
Located in Robertson Quay, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Singapore Repertory Theatre and Sri Thendayuthapani Temple. Clarke Quay Central and Fort Canning Park are also within 1 mi (2 km).