Clarke Quay

Singapore , Republic of Singapore

Clarke Quay

Our webcam perfectly demonstrates the historic Singapore Quay - Clarke Quay. It is located on the Singapore River, near the boat promenade.

Clarke Quay, which you see in our live stream is one of the favorite places to stay in Singapore. There is an observation platform on the waterfront with a beautiful to the symbol of Singapore - the Merlion statue, Marina Bay, the famous Marina Sands Bay hotel and Esplanade theaters. The venue is quite spacious: about 300 guests can be located on it at the same time.

Clarke Quay, which you enjoy in our webcam, is the Singapore highlight. It is crowded here day and night. The quay is equipped with air conditioning that is very useful on hot and sultry days here. Clarke Quay is especially beautiful with the twilight, when the buildings are illuminated with colored lights.

In the 19th century, Clarke Quay was an ordinary, inconspicuous fishermen village with a small jetty. Later, thanks to the East and the West trade, Clarke Quay became a developed port.

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Currently, Clark Cay Quay is not just a port, it is a place of active life with hotels and boutiques, nightclubs, restaurants and bars on the water. On the streets there are handicraft and souvenir shops. All this can be seen well in the webcam online!

Interestingly, the most important tenant of the Clarke Quay area is the cannery.

From the Clarke Quay, perfectly demonstrated in our webcam online, you can have a trip with a river cruise boat or river taxi, which are also perfectly visible in our live broadcast.

One of its most popular attractions is its exciting host of CQ's signature events happening once every quarter.

Not far from the waterfront there is the Clarke Quay metro station.


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