Photo360_Team81 (Clarke Quay, Singapore)



Add to Favorites
Report Abuse


Clarke Quay is at the mouth of the Singapore River and in the late 1800's became the centre for doing business. The area was mainly dealing with warehousing and you can still see signs of the warehousing. The warehouses were retrofitted to house the restaurants, bars and shops that now make up the pedestrian mall.

In the early 2000's, Clarke Quay used to be host to weekend flea marketing and drew crowds of bargain hunters and budding entrepreneurs. These days the 'flea market' has gone up market and you can visit Clarke Quay for a Bazaar event usually held one weekend a month.

Nearby places to see (walking distance):

Boat Quay

Singapore River

Riverside Point


Robertson Quay

Hotel Novotel / Daimaru

Fort Canning Park

Central Fire Station
- Civil Defense Heritage Gallery

Funan DigitaLife Mall

St Andrew Cathedral

Parliament House

Supreme Court

Cavenagh Bridge

National Museum

The Asian Civilisations Museum

Created by: Team Dee digITall Lobang
Synthy 100%
Views 286
Favorites 5
Photos 434
Date Created 3/14/2010

Related Photosynths


JamCanSing Over 1 year ago
Please leave us a comment. We'd like to know what you like or dislike about our Synth.

Is there anything else you'd like to see Synth'd or even done in Panorama now that panorama photos is supported by PhotoSynth?
You need to be Signed In to add a comment.
New to Photosynth? Sign Up for a free account.