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A NIGHT OUT IN ROBERTSON QUAY

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 25 Apr 2019  

 

The largest of Singapore’s three most popular quays, Robertson Quay is also the most relaxed in terms of atmosphere. It is further up the river from Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, with shady nooks, large trees, distinctive bridges, and a wide selection of dining and drinking establishments. With its unique vibe, the area has a lot to offer families and couples, and doesn't fall short on nightlife offerings either.

 

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The area started becoming busy only in the late 1800s with warehouses and boatyards constructed to support commercial activities. After a redevelopment project spanning the late 1990s and early 2000s, Robertson Quay became a relaxed, low-key, family-friendly destination as well as a quiet residential neighbourhood close to the CBD.

Families will love the wide open spaces and squares around Robertson Quay. They’re perfect for kids to blow off steam while parents can keep an eye on them from a nearby café. Casual dining options abound, with numerous drinking spots for a great night out. Complete your night with a stroll by the water or walk across some of Singapore’s most colourful bridges, watching the river snake by lazily.

 

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The romantic dining options are varied and charming at Robertson Quay, perfect for anyone on a honeymoon in Singapore. Check out any of the intimate little restaurants, with overhanging trees and candlelit tables that are straight out of a postcard. 

Many decades ago, Teochew Chinese would gather around Robertson Quay at night. Storytellers would light joss sticks and tell folk tales for the duration of the stick’s burning. Today, Robertson Quay is the ideal place in Singapore to make your own stories while listening for the echoes of those from the past.

 

The romantic dining options are varied and charming at Robertson Quay, perfect for anyone on a honeymoon in Singapore. Check out any of the intimate little restaurants, with overhanging trees and candlelit tables that are straight out of a postcard. 
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