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Nearby attractions, within 5km from Hotel Clover 7


Historically an enclave for Chinese immigrants during the British colonial period, the neighbourhood has seen has influx of trendy bars and lifestyle shops. Exploring the maze of narrow streets, you will find century-old temples alongside the newest bars and indie boutiques in town. Whether you are looking for something old or something new, Chinatown has plenty to offer.

MRT: Chinatown

Boat Quay / Singapore River

The iconic Singapore River was the key to Singapore’s position as a major trading hub in the 1800s. At the height of its prosperity, hundreds of bumboats would jostle for berthing space at Boat Quay, to unload goods for trading. Today, the quay is a well-known for its incredible nightlife. Take a scenic cruise down the Singapore River, before enjoying dinner and drinks by the riverside at Boat Quay.

MRT: Raffles Place

Clarke Quay

Previously a busy trading port, Clarke Quay has since traded in its status as a commercial hub and has transformed into a trendy lifestyle destination. Though it is best known for its vibrant nightlife, the Clarke Quay district has plenty to offer during the day as well – take a river boat tour, get your adrenaline rush with a reverse bungee jump, or enjoy a spot of nature at Fort Canning Park.

MRT: Clarke Quay

Asian Civilisations Museum

Explore the rich artistic heritage of Asia through the museum’s thematically organised galleries. Galleries on the first level tell stories of Singapore’s history as an emporium for global trade, then goes on to explore various Asian faiths and beliefs on the second level, and finishes by showcasing materials and designs from around the region on the third level.

Opening Hours: 10am–7pm (Saturday to Thursday), Fri 10am–9pm (Friday)
Address: 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555
MRT: Raffles Place

National Gallery Singapore

This progressive museum oversees the largest collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. With over 8,000 pieces on display, including a comprehensive selection of Singapore art, this is a must- visit destination for art lovers. Situated in the heart of the Civic District, the Gallery is housed in two national monuments—City Hall and former Supreme Court—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue.

Opening Hours: 10am–7pm (Saturday to Thursday), Fri 10am–9pm (Friday)
Address: 1 St. Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957
MRT: City Hall

Other attractions in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay – This award-winning attraction showcases plant life from around the world. Highlights include the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, an aerial walk among the supertrees, and the evening light show.

National Museum of Singapore – Singapore’s oldest museum is by no means the least progressive. Learn about the history and culture of this island city-state via cutting-edge and immersive installations.

Orchard Road – Be spoilt for choice with over 5,000 shopping and dining options along Orchard Road. From luxury boutiques to trendy street apparel, and Michelin-star restaurants to local food – you’ll find it all on this iconic boulevard.

Sentosa Island – Popular with both locals and tourists, this island resort promises a great day out. It is home to a slew of attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, Siloso Beach, Mega Adventure Park and Kidzania.

Singapore Zoo – Get up close with over 300 species of animals at this award-winning park. The Singapore Zoo’s world-famous “open concept” offers the opportunity to see the animals roaming freely in their natural habitats.


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