Things to see and do
This 380-seat theatre in Robertson Quay is the home of the Singapore Repertory Theatre and their children's branch The Little Company. The SRT is one of Asia's leading English-language theatre companies and their productions are known for attracting celebrity cast members. When not in use by the ... read more
Above Clarke Quay MRT, this riverside mall offers five floors of shopping and dining. While omnipresent chains like Giordiano and Starbucks are accounted for, The Central has more independent retailers than most malls including some unique jewellery stores, handicrafts and clothes from local ... read more
Also known as the Sri Thendayuthapani Temple, this Hindu temple is of great importance to Singapore's South Indian community. The temple's origins date back to 1859 and it is dedicated to Lord Murugan, the six-faced patron god of India's Tamil Nadu state. Every year around January or February the ... read more
If you hear screams at Clarke Quay the likely source is this reverse bungy ride on the riverbank. Except for the rubber tethers that snap you back to earth, it works like a catapult and flings thrill-seekers 60 metres into the air reaching a top speed of 200 km an hour. If the g-force doesn't get ... read more
Royal Selangor sells beautiful pewter jewellery and housewares, but the Clarke Quay location is more than just a high-end souvenir shop — it's a workshop! Watch the artisans use traditional tools to forge, shape and polish a metal teapot or try your hand at pewter-smithing at the "School of Hard ... read more
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