Considered as the world’s only island city-state, Singapore is one of the major destinations for global travellers. With many tourist spots like Istana, Malay Heritage Centre, Sri Mariamman Temple and Art Science Museum, this country has grabbed the attention of tourists since years. Interestingly, the world’s first night zoo was established here.

Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore. This place is known for its relaxed ambience and buzzing nightlife. With multiple restaurants and other eating joints offering delicious cuisine, Clarke Quay is a foodie’s paradise. We have listed a few tourist attractions below that you can cover on your next trip to the city.

Singapore River

Located in the heart of the city, Singapore River flows from Central Asia and empties into the ocean. This scenic spot offers boat tours up and down the entire length of the river. This is one of the best ways to watch the monuments, statues, museums and other buildings. Interested people can walk along the river for a refreshing experience.

Asian Civilisations Museum

Believed to be one of the most acclaimed national museums of Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum gives you a deep insight into the diverse pan-Asian arts, cultures and civilisation. This monument specialises in the material history of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia. The museum even has a restaurant providing traditional Chinese dishes in a modern setting. There are ballrooms and halls too.

Ikeda Spa

If you are attracted to Japanese art and culture and, at the same time, need some time to relax, Ikeda Spa is the perfect spot for you! This spa is spread over nearly 3000 square feet and includes three treatment rooms and two VIP suites. With communal bathing and Zen music therapy you can conveniently refresh your body and mind.


The MICA building is beautiful and stands out in Clarke Quay due to the colourful frames that beautify the building. The ground floor of the building houses two art galleries i.e. ‘Gajah’ and ‘Art2’, while the other floors are used by the government for official purposes. Its attractive look is all the more enhanced at night.

Fort Canning Park

Situated quite close to Clarke Quay, Fort Canning Park is an old and a peaceful venue with a colonial past. Visitors can enjoy the lovely views of the city and sea here. It provides a variety of recreational activities, educational, entertainment and cultural experiences. WOMAD, Singapore’s largest music festival is held here.

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