Located in the centre of Singapore’s art and historical district, South Beach Avenue is the trendiest place to be for great food and drinks, as well as sprawling nightlife and lifestyle concepts. Access is also easy through the connecting walkways from Esplanade and City Hall mrt stations. Expect to find something for everyone, from brunch places to snazzy bars. We bring to you food and drink highlights from South Beach Avenue, so read on to find out more!
Once a swampy land, Robertson Quay—named after municipal councillor Dr. J. Murray Robertson—was transformed into an entrepot hub in the mid-19th century with European and Chinese-style warehouses and boatyards, and bumboats bringing goods in and out of the river. It was only after 1970 when trading was phased out along the Singapore river that the large wharf was developed into a residential and dining district. Today, the upmarket neighbourhood is the place to see and be seen.
Dining hits at VivoCity, Seah Im Food Centre, Harbourfront Centre, Telok Blangah Road, Keppel Island and Mount Faber.
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