Has had more comebacks than John Travolta and Mickey Rourke. This quay, named after Singapore’s second colonial governor, Sir Andrew...
Royal Selangor Pewter Gallery
On the western end of Clarke Quay is the Royal Selangor Pewter Gallery . Walk through the back where pewter-casting demos are run, then...
Singapore River Cruise
Offers bumboat tours (adult S$13-18, child S$8-10, 30 to 45 minutes) from the Merlion at the river mouth upstream to Robertson Quay,...
One of the swankest clubs in town, Attica is where the bold and beautiful meet to dazzle and be dazzled. When it gets too hot inside,...
A fusion of European, Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian menus, Coriander Leaf offers a wide selection of dishes, some a little jarring,...
Lonely Planet review
Malaysia's pewter specialists aren't high on the hip list – think the kind of personalised tankards your uncle uses for his real ale – but don't discount their jewellery, some items of which might even suit painfully fashionable teens. The best bit is the School of Hard Knocks (SOHN), at which groups of 12 bash pewter into malleable masterpieces. Thirty-minute courses cost $30; you get to keep the inscribed dish you make and your natty SOHN apron.