Shop, eat and be entertained by the riverside! Featuring five blocks of restored warehouses, Clarke Quay offers a quirky
alternative to mainstream attractions, with second-hand and antique shops and restaurants with an amazing array of F&B
options. In the evenings, dance clubs and pubs come alive with music from the 1960s to the present.
Or get your dose of adrenaline rush with the G-Max Reverse Bungy! Designed and developed in New Zealand eight
years ago, the G-Max is Singapores first extreme ride. It involves up to three people being seated in a specially designed
open air steel reinforced capsule, attached by US-approved bungy cords to two towers. The cords are tightened and
then released, catapulting the capsule up to 60m in the air at speeds of 200kph. The ride lasts for about 5 minutes.
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore’s second governor, Clarke Quay had been the commercial centre, where an
unending stream of lighters would transport their goods upriver to the warehouses. Near the entrance to Clarke Quay on
River Valley Road is Whampoa’s Ice House which belonged to Hoo Ah Kay, an early immigrant from Whampoa, China
who imported ice from Boston in the mid-1800s before ice-making facilities were available in Singapore. Note how the
Chinese and European merchants brought their own architectural styles to the area.
G-Max Reverse Bungy
The G-Max Reverse Bungy, Singapore’s first extreme high adrenaline experience, is located at Clark Quay. Designed
and developed in New Zealand 8 years ago, the G-Max is a totally unique experience.
The ride involves up to three people being seated in a specially designed open air steel reinforced capsule. This is
attached by US-approved bungy cords to 2 towers. The cords are tightened and then released catapulting the capsule up
to 60m in the air at speeds of 200kph. The ride lasts for about 5 mins.
SGD 40 per person, group bookings available. Call (65) 6338 1146
* Prices are subject to changes.
Head to the Riverfront from Clarke Quay MRT (NE5).