Today, Clarke Quay offers entertainment of a different variety, but just as dynamic and exciting. Crazy Elephant is known for its live blues and rock bands and open mics on Sunday nights. If you need a bit of liquid courage before heading onstage, stop over at Chupitos Shots Bar, the only specialised shooters bar in the city with more than 130 shots on the menu, including risqué options for the more daring!
Speaking of adventure, adrenaline junkies may want to head over to the G-Max Reverse Bungy and GX-5 Extreme Swing, where you’ll be propelled into the air or dropped from a height of 50 metres, experiencing high speeds and G-force in a safe setting with highly-trained staff.
If less strenuous activities are more your thing, explore the many dining options on the ground – with colourful sitting areas, outdoor dining, and street stalls scattered all over Clarke Quay and even on the river. TongKang Riverboat Dining gives you the chance to experience dining on the last surviving pair of tongkang boats in Singapore, a real journey into the past!
Keeping your feet on the ground can also be pretty exciting in Clarke Quay. Sip champagne in a sophisticated setting at Le Noir, where the view of the river is matched only by the view of the beautiful people inside. Dance the night away at Attica, one of Singapore’s favourite party destinations, where you might just catch a world-renowned DJ in action.