The Singapore River is Singapore's mother river. Early immigrants depended on it for trade and livelihood. The whole river is a few kilometers or so, which is far from the Pearl River in Guangzhou, but the clean water of the river can not be compared with that of the Pearl River. Walking along the river, you will pass many famous scenic spots and very distinctive buildings. For example, Fishtail Park, Jinsha Hotel, Ferris Wheel and so on. If you are afraid of walking too tired, you can also choose to boat in the upper reaches of the river. The opening time is the last vessel from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. It takes about half an hour and the fare is 15 Singapore dollars for adults. There are several wharfs (Clara, Barge and Robertson wharfs) along the banks of Singapore River. We purchased Panoramic Singapore (400 yuan), including Universal Studios, Ferris Wheels and other attractions. Cruise ship projects are also included. Exchange tickets at Kra Pier. Take the subway NE line and get off at Clarke Quary. Personally, I would recommend coming to this cruise ship in the evening. Because Krakow Wharf is quieter in the daytime and more prosperous in the evening. Lights are red, wine is green, and the chips are interlaced. It's very lively. If it's a day cruise, it's hot! In the evening, you can first see the true face of both sides of the Straits, then go to the shopping mall opposite Krakow Wharf (famous meat and bone tea, after the shopping mall) for a meal, and then start to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the cross-strait lights at the beginning of the cruise ship, which is really praiseworthy. Cruise Line: Clara Wharf - Robertson Wharf - Fish Liontail Park - Binhai Bay - Jinsha Hotel - Ferris Wheel. Every time we go to a scenic spot, the boat will play a brief history video about the scenic spot, but it is in full English with no subtitles. As we arrived at the Ferris wheel at the next stop, we got off the ship halfway. But in fact, only a few stations can get off. Before boarding the ship, ask the attendant clearly, otherwise the ship will sail back to the Kra dock all the time. They are very friendly and will remind us when they arrive. This is a tourist attraction that can learn about Singapore's history and experience its busy nightlife. It is worth recommending.
Mother River in Singapore. Night tour is very beautiful. The two sides of the river are the commercial and trade center of Singapore. Because of the beautiful night scenery and the distribution of many delicacies on both sides, we ordered precious seafood online ahead of time. It was very pleasant to take a walk along the river. The delicacies of Clara Pier are also very rich, but we only passed across from it. The colorful houses are very characteristic! Walking along the river, visitors can visit many memorable signs and buildings such as Merlion Park, Raffles Landing Site, Art House of the Old Parliament Building in Singapore and Victoria Memorial Hall in Singapore.
Every time I come to Singapore, I will walk along the Singapore River. It seems that every time I come to Singapore, I feel very different, but every time I leave you a good memory. Singaporean River by boat from the wharf. It's beautiful with high-rise buildings on both sides.
There are many riverside attractions: Merlion Park, Raffles Landing Point, Raffles Square, Capitol Building, Art House of Capitol Building, National Art Gallery, Old Post Office (now Fulton Hotel), Bar Street, Food Street. Everything, you can walk along the river, sit down when you are tired, the cool breeze is blowing, the lights are red and wine are green, and you are extremely comfortable...
Early in the morning, we started all the way along the Singapore River from Clark Wharf to the Merlion Park! __________ As you walk, you can enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Singapore River. Along the way, you can see many famous buildings with special features, such as the Press and Art Building with 911 color windows, Raffles Square, Capitol Building, Art Center (Great Durian) and so on. This is perfect for morning or evening strolls!
The duck boat is right here in Binhai Bay. There are Jinsha Hotel, Ferris Wheel (unfortunately, too late, not to go), Merlion Park (from this point of view, there is no need to run to the park on land). Along the way, there are explanations on the duck boat. Because of the limited English level, we can only listen to them.
Singapore River is one of the main rivers in Singapore. It originates from Singapore's central business district and flows southward into the sea. There are many restaurants, bars and shops on both sides of the river. Whenever night falls, the river cruise boats shuttle, carrying tourists to enjoy the beautiful riverbank scenery. Various cultural and sports activities are held on riverbanks and water surfaces from time to time.
There are hotels on both sides of the Singapore River and sometimes duck boats can be seen. The Singapore River runs through the city centre. Walking along the river, you can see the Gavenner Bridge. Anderson Bridge also has a long history Fulton Hotel. It looks like a luxury ship. Ice cream can be bought by the riverside, and all kinds of beautiful photographs can be taken.
The Singapore River, boarding a boat from Merlion Park, strolled along the river. I saw many sailing boats in training, as well as the front image of the merlion. The Singapore River was clean and clear, and the buildings along the bank were also very distinctive. Finally, I got off at the Kra dock.