Clarke Quay and Riverside Nightlife at Singapore – The party hub

The nights at Clarke Quay and Riverside offer a unique look into the dining and entertainment scene in Singapore.

Clarke Quay and Riverside Nightlife | Image Credit - William Cho, CC BY-SA 2.0 Via Wikimedia Commons

Clarke Quay and Riverside Nightlife | Image Credit – William Cho, CC BY-SA 2.0 Via Wikimedia Commons

History

Back in the days, Clarke Quay was a centre of commercial activity that was situated on the banks of the Singapore River. Now, it is a maze of everything from stores to bars, casual dining to exhilarating clubs.

Zouk

If you ask anyone about clubs in Clarke Quay, the in-crowd would probably begin with Zouk. This is the most popular club on that stretch and caters to anyone who have a love for House music. Resident and international DJs play at this club and on Wednesday nights, the club has a special playlist that has a mix of the 70s, 80s, and 90s pop music.

Trace Club

Trace Club is kind of new to the scene but quickly gained a name for being the best place to be in after dark. Many luxury hotels in Asia are situated in and around the popular party places, and Singapore is no different. Big names like Park Hotel Group and more have at least one hotel that is within a kilometre’s distance away from this club.

Attica Nightclub

If you want to dance all night with like-minded party goers, then the Attica Nightclub is where you should be heading to!

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Best things to do in Otaru – Make the most of your time!

This scenic town in Asia has many things you can do, to while away your time during a weekend getaway with your loved ones.

Snow Light Path Festival

If you are in town during the month of February, don’t miss out on the Otaru Snow Light Path Festival. The city is decorated with lights and tiny snow statues and the festival lasts for 10 whole days. You’d feel like you are inside an old Dickens novel, it’s a must-see.

Otaru Canal Promenade | Image Credit - Markus Leupold-Löwenthal, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikipedia Commons

Otaru Canal Promenade | Image Credit – Markus Leupold-Löwenthal, CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikipedia Commons

Visit the Canal

Hotels in the Asia Pacific almost always is close to water bodies, and the Park Hotel Group is no different, with the hotel being within travelling distance to the Otaru Canal. This canal has a rich history and is a part of many monumental times in the past. Take a walk along the path during a quiet evening and sit in one of the restaurants overlooking the canal.

Nikka Whiskey Yoichi Distillery

Known for being one of the best whiskey makers in Japan, they have a distillery in Otaru, and also provide tours inside the building, taking you through the process of whiskey making.

Sakaimachi Street

The central merchant street in Otaru, you can get your shopping done here, and walk to this street for the daily essentials too.

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