Singapore River | My Singapore Travel
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Singapore River

A waterway that built a nation

The Singapore River was a large part of the trade and commerce during the British occupation and today it is flanked by wizened colonial buildings as skyscrapers erupt on either side.

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Enjoy a view of the city

If you are looking for a Robertson Quay hotel in Singapore, be sure to check out the Riverside Hotel Robertson Quay as it will offer an ideal access to the Singapore River.

This river is now one of the best ways to admire the stunning sky line that Singapore has to offer and is well worth the journey down river.

The cost of a Singapore River tour

For a half hour tour the cost will be $9 for an adult and $4 for a child. The cruises will operate from 9am to 11pm.

The Cavenagh Bridges

This was built in 1869 and is now for pedestrians only. It now solely leads to the Empress Place where you can find the Victoria Concert Hall.

The Empress Place Building

This building was built in 1865 and was initially used as a courthouse before being made into a part of the Asian Civilisations Museum.