This wine and tapas bar is one of the top attractions near Robertson Quay, due to its sophisticated atmosphere and quality wines. Wine Connections has been growing in popularity with locals and tourists, with its surprisingly affordable wine list adding to the attraction. Customers can order wine by the glass, by the bottle or they can bring their own bottles for a $10 corkage fee.
The Book Café
If you feel the need to slow down for a few hours, then The Book Café is the place for you. Step away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s streets and indulge in a good book – which you’ll find lining the walls of this cute café. The café is designed to feel like your living room at home, so don’t be surprised if you lose track of time here. The Book Café is also a popular place to work remotely, as it offers power points and free wireless Internet to its patrons.
G-Max Reverse Bungee and Swing
Ever wanted to enjoy a view of the Singapore River and scream your lungs out at the same time? Well, this adrenaline-packed attraction is for you. One of the top attractions in Singapore, the G-Max Reverse Bungee and Swing sends you flying into the air on oversized bungee ropes – this one is only for the brave!
One of the most unique bridges in Singapore – and possibly the world! The Alkaff Bridge was a gift to the city by talented Filipino artist Pacita Abad. Painted with bold and beautiful colours, the bridge truly comes to life at night when the perfectly positioned lights hit it. Stroll over the bridge and take some photos, whilst the Singapore River laps gently underneath.