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Singapore Duck Tour
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Singapore Duck Tour

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Explore Singapore on a 1-hour duck tour, known officially as DUCKtours®, which allows you to see city sights by both land and water. On ‘the duck,’ an amphibious military vehicle that was refurbished from World War II, you’ll drive around the city to check out attractions like the Fountain of Wealth and Singapore Flyer. Then hit the water to cruise past landmarks like the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that sits where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay. Audio commentary is included.
US$29.14 per adult
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Chelsea B wrote a review Nov 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom1,789 contributions553 helpful votes
The river here resembles a carp, a sign of wealth under Chinese belief, so many shops were consequently built here and whilst the shipping may have died down over time the bustling commercial side remains. It's such a pleasant area to walk around.
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Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Stefan S wrote a review Sep 2020
Singapore, Singapore722 contributions62 helpful votes
Any Singaporean old enough to drink, party and pubbing in the 90s would have fond memories of Boat Quay. Easily accessible by any public transport, Boat Quay had been a centre of Singapore pubbing, eat and drink culture since the 90s and also an important part of Singapore's skyline feature. Used to be the coolie house and godowns in Singapore's founding years, it transformed into a haven for riverside pubbing and alfresco dining. Since the 90s saw many trend reshaping the demographics. Started out with many pubs and clubs with live performances, then slowly evolved onto riverlined restaurants serving moderate to high end fares to tourists as the pubs moved to its alleys and back street circular road. A few years back as it dwindles, an initiative started to make the back street, circular road pedestrians only on weekend's evening to bring back party goers. Now, in the Pandemic 2020 its quite a challenge for all the tenants and stakeholders. Hopefully when tourism resumes Boat Quay will return its formal glory
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Date of experience: September 2020
2 Helpful votes
John Jackson wrote a review Sep 2020
Singapore, Singapore856 contributions207 helpful votes
If you like night walks or looking for a place to eat or drink with a good view then you should drop by! It a very central place with a lot of amenities . Enjoyable atmosphere and a good vibes every time! cheers!
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Date of experience: September 2020
2 Helpful votes
Nat Ang wrote a review Jul 2020
Singapore, Singapore1 contribution2 helpful votes
Many nice bars and price is ok. this is really a tourist spot with few locals. nice scenery for the city.
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Date of experience: July 2020
2 Helpful votes
KGB777 wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore41,792 contributions2,746 helpful votes
I've been cycling along Boat Quay regularly during the lockdown, made possible only by the fact that there weren;t so many people about (since all the restaurants were closed). Normally Boat Quay is a frenzy of activity and it is impossible to consider cycling. But it was good to make the most of the opportunity whilst it lasted.
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Date of experience: June 2020
2 Helpful votes
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