Bordered by water, the ever charm city of Singapore believably has the best waterfront dining in Asia. Alfresco eating at Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, One Fullerton and Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, is a heady experience not to be overlooked. Eating by the harbor is a tremendous experience with cool breeze from the ocean. Circumvented by water, Singapore likely has the best waterfront dining in Asia. The Singapore River Cruises also extend dinner on glass-top boats for which pre-reservations required.
1) Boat Quay
The edifices and old shop houses at Boat Quay specify modern Singapore. In the 1960s it was the fussiest port but now it has been translated into a popular resort for locals, expatriates and holidaymakers, with chic cafes, superiority restaurants, yuppie pubs and designer galleries. Boat Quay extends magnificent views of the Singapore River and part of the colonial district.
2) Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is Singapore's only riverbank festival village, which mixes dining, shopping and entertainment. Buildings and shop houses have been repaired to their original 19th century style. Here the travelers can find a spread of specialty restaurants, furnished pubs and wine bars. Across the river lies a range of stimulating dining experience at Riverside Point. Some of the famous restaurants in Clarke Quay are Coriander Leaf, Fish Tales, Peony Jade Restaurant, Quayside Seafood Restaurant, Restaurant Madame Butterfly –Indo-china.
3) East Coast Parkway
East Coast beach is the ideal tourist destination to chill and relax with the seaboard crowd. The East Coast is a classical beachfront for refreshment and easiness and has some of the best restaurants helping delightful seafood. Some of the famous restaurants of Singapore are Long Beach Seafood Restaurant, Jumbo Seafood, Red House Seafood, Gold Coast Seafood, Chin Wah Heng Seafood and Lucky View Seafood and much more to enchant the minds and attitude of the travelers.