Friday, April 18, 2008

Singapore Jumbo Seafood

Singapore Jumbo Seafood Jumbo Seafood is a Jumbo Group of Restaurants in Singapore. It has a total of six outlets in Singapore. If you like live seafood that prepared in Singapore and Hong Kong styles, Jumbo Seafood is a good option.

This is the photo of Jumbo Seafood Singapore Riverside Point outlet. Its business hours for lunch is from 12:00pm to 2:30pm and dinner is from 6:00pm to midnight.

Since this Jumbo Seafood outlet is in Riverside Point, you can have a walk along the riverside after taking your dinner. That is a great idea because it is good for you.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Singapore Riverside Point 01

Singapore Riverside PointSingapore Riverside Point is located along Singapore River bank near Merchant Road. The above photo of Riverside Point was taken from Clarke Quay when I went there for river cruise. Riverside Point is just opposite Clarke Street on the other bank of Singapore River.

Singapore Riverside PointRiverside Point is a favorite dining place for foreigners who are working in Singapore. There are many food available at Riverside Point. The foods range from Chinese, Indian, Indonesia, Western and local delicacies. You can take a stroll a long the river bank at Riverside Point before you make any decision.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Singapore River Cruise

Singapore River CruiseIn the Singapore Clarke Quay post I mentioned about taking a bumboat ride to discover the scenic Singapore River. Now, I am going to write more detail regarding Singapore River Cruise in this post.

Singapore River Cruise There are two choices for tourists to take a bumboat ride.

The first option is 30 minutes cruise which is offered by Singapore River Experience. It starts from Clarke Quay to Clifford Pier and returns to Clarke Quay. The fees are $13 for adult and $8 for child.

If you prefer a longer ride, you can take the 45 minutes cruise which is operated by New River Experience. It starts from Robertson Quay to Clifford Pier and returns to Clarke Quay. The fees are $18 for adult and $10 for child.

Singapore River CruiseI and my wife boarded a bumboat at the Clarke Quay. The friendly steersman allowed me to stand at the front part of the bumboat to capture video of the charming Singapore River.

The Singapore River cool evening breeze and gentle light of the buildings along the river banks made this river cruise a sweet memory for us.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Clarke Quay C Clinic

C Clinic
C ClinicAccording to Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (Special Price Edition), clinic is a special place where specialized medical advice and treatment are given to visiting patients. Clinic is also an occasion in a hospital when students learn by watching how a medical specialist examines and treats his or her patients.
C Clinic
C ClinicAlthough you can see there are patient beds with operating theater lights and table with wheel chairs in the above photos. It's really interesting that Clarke Quay C Clinic has nothing to do with any medical problems. You can't find any doctors, nurses, students or patients but there are waiters, waitresses, bartenders and chefs in C Clinic.

Actually C Clinic is a bar & restaurant that serves food & beverages. It's located at Block B of
Clarke Quay in Singapore. Feel free to visit C Clinic's web site to satisfy your curiosity.