Things to do in Robertson Quay
Robertson Quay is the quieter and more laid back neighbour to popular nightlife area Clarke Quay, and is one of the best places to visit in Singapore if you are after a relaxing time near the Singapore River. One of the three largest wharfs along the Singapore River; Robertson Quay is a popular addition to any Singapore area guide.
Having recently undergone a significant redevelopment project, Robertson Quay is entirely new, improved and ready to explore. The redevelopment project includes a range of sophisticated restaurants and bars, all ideally situated by the riverside. Despite this exciting redevelopment, Robertson Quay has maintained its reputation as a quiet and laid back place to enjoy a drink, a meal or a coffee with river views.
Robertson Quay benefits from excellent transport connections, including Clarke Quay, Outram and Chinatown MRT Stations nearby. There are plenty of places to visit in Robertson Quay – with Fort Canning Park, Hong Lim Park and the Mohamed Sultan entertainment area all within easy reach. Robertson Quay markets can be found within the numerous nearby shopping centres, including Robertson Walk and Riverside Point.
There is plenty to do in Robertson Quay, from shopping to dining and nightlife. The Lau Pat Sat Market is a popular destination for hawker food, and the multi-colored Alkaff Bridge is a popular tourist attraction. Those wishing to stay in the area will also find plenty of quality accommodation nearby. Plus, if you ever tire of the relaxed pace of Robertson Quay, bustling nightlife district Clarke Quay and famous shopping avenue Orchard Road are very close by.