Singapore River Cruise
This outfit runs 40-minute bumboat tours of the Singapore River and Marina Bay. Boats depart about every 15 minutes from various...
GX-5 Extreme Swing
A relatively gentle high ('relatively' is the key here) is offered right next door to the G-Max Bungy . Whereas the G-Max offers a...
G-Max Reverse Bungy
Prepare to be strapped into padded chairs inside a metal cage and propelled skyward to a height of 60m at speeds of up to 200km/h before...
Attica has secured a loyal following among Singapore's fickle clubbers, modelling itself on New York's hippest clubs but losing the...
If you’re lusting after chilli crab – and you should be – this is a good place to indulge. The gravy is sweet and nutty, with just the...
Clarke Quay information
Named after Singapore’s second colonial governor, Sir Andrew Clarke, this is the busiest and most popular of Singapore's three quays. How much time you spend in its plethora of bars, restaurants and clubs depends upon your taste in aesthetics. This is Singapore at its most hyper-touristy, a kitsch, pastel-coloured sprawl of mostly run-of-the-mill eateries and lad-and-ladette drinking holes.