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Clarke Quay in 360°
Since its foundation in 1819, Singapore has been a center of trade. During the colonial era, Boat Quay was the commercial center where goods were transported upstream to warehouses at Clarke Quay. By the latter half of the twentieth century, Singapore River had become very polluted and the government decided to relocate cargo services and turn the area into a flourishing entertainment precinct.
1. What to see
The rebuilt Clarke Quay contains a multitude of bars and restaurants, river taxis floating on the Singapore River and the G-MAX reverse bungee opened in 2003.
3. How to get there
Most tourists visit Singapore on a package tour that allows them to spend 2-3 days in the city. Since this monument is located right in the middle of downtown area, it is very easy to get there.
4. Where to stay
There are plenty of hotels to stay in Singapore, the best ones are located either at the city center or at the Island of Sentosa.