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Walking and Dining by the Singapore River: From Fullerton Hotel to Fort Canning, River and Clark Quays

When it comes to eating it can be said that it is almost the centre of life here in Singapore. Any where you go it is for sure that you will find a shopping mall or a restaurant. Along the Singapore River you will find many options. A pleasant walk of about three kilometres: start your walk at the Fullerton Hotel, cross the Cavenagh Bridge across the hotel and take the river on your left. You will see a statue of Sir Raffles, the British figure who turned Singapore from a fishing village to a trade port. This is the Raffles landing site, on your right is the Old Parliament. You continue walking and then arrive at the Clarke Quay, lively at night with many restaurants and bars. There are also boat tours that stop at these quays. If you continue you will reach to Robertson Walk and the neighbourhood known as Fort Canning. Singapore will not disappoint you if you’re looking for fine dining.

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