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Short Walk At Clarke Quay, Singapore

Short Walk At Clarke Quay, Singapore

Short Walk At Clarke Quay, Singapore – I went to Singapore few months back to check out Saturday In Design event and in the trip, I went to the famous night life spot in the city, Clarke Quay at night for a short walk. It’s really a fast walk at there as brother and I didn’t want to go back that early after checking out Marina Bay Sands.

I have been here before few years back, and I am here again. Though, it’s still walking around and didn’t spend time at any of the pubs or bistro.

I see people playing the reverse bungee thingy which is pretty scary, yet expensive. I felt like want to try but I was at scared at the same time. HAHA. It looks fun and exciting from far. It’s a gigantic swing, swing you up and down. Have you tried it before?

The bridge where people buy their own beer and hang out at there. It’s so much cheaper than drinking out at the pubs there.

Clarke Quay is really a nice place for people who doesn’t want to go home at night, it’s a very happenings night life spot in Singapore with lots of pubs and bistros. I am very amaze with the crowds and everything is so well-organized. Unlike Kuala Lumpur where pubs are pretty spread out in the city. Given that Changkat Bukit Bintang has a similar function, yet it’s so much smaller when compare to Clarke Quay.

Very cute and weird pub with a hospital/clinic theme (The Clicnic) which offers alcohol in syringes, drips and test-tubes. Don’t be surprise to see nurses serving you there.

Just tour the place for a while, and finally tiredness attacked me then we went back home. =D

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Nick is an interior designer and tech enthusiast based in Penang, Malaysia who constantly exploring places, indulges great food, discovering good design and is a shutterbug. Nick usually writes about Penang, happenings, travel, food, design and personal thoughts.

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