Travel to Clarke Quay from Marina Bay
Located in the elite locality of Bayfront Avenue the Marina Bay Sands is a modern construction marvel. Towering over the waters this one of a kind hotel has the largest roof top of the world. Apart from this it has an infinity pool which is sadly reserved only for the guests, 20 fine dine restaurants to choose from and direct walk in to a luxurious shopping mall which has some of the most luxurious brands on display. The hotel rooms have been quite elegantly designed with dark matt furnishing and fully carpeted flooring. The hotel offers basic services for free starting from free Wi-Fi to free tea and coffee. In addition to this, bedroom slippers, toiletries and an electric little for making tea or coffee are already present in the room. The one of a kind observation deck is located 57 floors above ground and has some picturesque view to offer of the city of Singapore. The fine dine restaurants here feature some of the most know celebrity chefs like Wolfgang Puck, David Thompson. The check in time is from 3:00 pm and the checkout time is 11:00 am.
I prefer bus travel in Singapore since it has some of the best road networks in the world making it quite easy to travel within the city. The buses are well equipped and quite affordable too.
Marina Bay Sands provide an unparalleled experience to the extent where you feel to ever check out. Three towers of 55 storeys huge, futuristic hotel rooms, and luxury suites. What more can you ask for?
One of the most iconic Quay’s is the Clarke Quay situated right in the middle of Singapore River planning area. Named after Sir Andrew Clarke. There are endless things that you can do in Clarke Quay. Try out the G Max River bungy. Visitors looking forward to having a nerve chilling and breath-taking action, the G Max River bungy is something that you should definitely try. Beware the Bunjy launches 60 feet high from the ground roughly at a speed of 200 kms per hour and has a 100 percent safety record till date. These rides are available from 2:00 pm daily.
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Stroll around in the Asian Civilization Museum spread across 14500 square meters of land, the structure is an ancient architectural marvel. The building is at a walking distance from bus drop off points and can be reached easily in 10 minutes. The museum houses more than 1500 artifacts and 12 galleries which depict how civilization took place in the whole of Asia. If you are wondering were to grab a drink in Singapore, Clarke Quay is the place for you. From Menus that host live music to roof top barsc Clarke Quay provides an unforgettable experience. Attica, Shanghai Dolly, Five heroes, Refuge are some of the most visited drinking spots in Clarke Quay and are easily reachable by bus.