Clarke Quay


Set amidst a backdrop of old shop houses, you can savor the many delights of Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean and local cuisine. When the sun goes down, you don't have to look far to discover some of the city's trendiest nightspots.

Lying near the mouth of the Singapore River, the site of Clarke Quay was the centre of commerce during the late 19th century. Today, Clarke Quay is still buzzing with life and activity. The waterfront go downs now play host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. The bustling market atmosphere of bygone days comes alive amidst the rows of charming shop houses, pushcarts, and five-foot-way merchants.

Today, Clarke Quay is a delightful mix of modern and traditional. A reminder of its rich heritage is reflected in the vibrantly orchestrated concept. Their vision – an innovative approach which boldly reflects the heritage and charm of Clarke Quay.

written by deniselai on 2009-09-01 in #world #locations #lomo-lc-a-race #night-and-music #singapore #singapore-river #clarke-quay


  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Rocking long exposures !

  2. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    i went here when i was traveling a couple months back. i didn't really have time to enjoy the place, i will come back here, its a hip place =)
    lovin the long exposures! soft yet crispy!hehe

  3. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    no. 17 with the random guy posing for the camera!hahaha

  4. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    I love #4! Great job Denise!

  5. sugiyamasatomi
    sugiyamasatomi ·

    wow, all the long exposure shots and double exposure shots are really beautiful!

  6. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    nice place :)

  7. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    lomographer was here

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