Centuries ago, Robertson Quay used to be full of warehouses, offices and early settlers looking for work. Now, Robertson Quay has transformed completely into an extremely fashionable and lively place on Singapore’s nightly scene.
Robertson Quay is now a major tourist destination in Singapore which is home to loads of entertainment as well as cafes, bars, restaurants, art galleries and performing art houses.
Robertson Quay – Hotels, Wine Bars & Restaurants, Singapore
Visit the FoodBar DaDa and experience the rich taste of exclusive cocktails like the Spanish Tapa or the Bloody Hell. Enrich yourself with the fine flavours of more than 700 different labels of French wine at the Verre Wine Bar. If you love whiskey, try some of the 50 years old vintage whiskeys at La Maison Du Whiskey.
Enjoy lazy evening walks along the Singapore River and don’t miss the Alkaff Bridge, the multi-coloured beauty painted by Pacita Abad in 2004. At Bella Pizza, feast on some of the best pizzas you have ever tasted, or dine at the Bar Bar Black Sheep Restaurant that gives you a choice of Thai, Western or North Indian cuisines. Finish your meal with an exquisite selection of deserts from Laurent’s Cafe or the Chocolate Bar.
For art lovers, you will also find art galleries at Robertson Quay including the Ancient Civilizations Museum, Victoria Theatre and the Concert Hall. Free paper-art installations and printing is available at the Singapore Tyler-Print Institute.
For those of you who are theatre fanatics, TheatreWorks is very close at hand and so is The Singapore Repertory Theatre. These are Singapore’s most dynamic theatrical companies that are well known for re-creating classic plays by William Shakespeare and other classic playwrights.
If you are looking to go shopping, nearby shopping malls include Robertson Walk, Riverside Point, Central Mall and The Chinatown Point. Robertson Quay also houses retail shops, salons, supermarkets and provision shops that will provide for your every need.
Get to Robertson Quay via the MRT and get off at Clark Quay, Outram or Chinatown Stations.