Clifford Pier & Esplanade Park
80 Collyer Quay
80 Collyer Quay
Daily 24 Hours
Admission Fees (In SGD $):
Estimated Visiting Duration:
1 - 3 Hours
List Of Star Attractions (Must See):
Merlion Park & 2 Merlion Statues
2 Statues Of Sir Stamford Raffles
Victoria Theatre And Concert Hall
The Arts House At The Old Parliament
Lim Bo Seng Memorial
Old Supreme Court And City Hall
Tan Kim Seng Fountain
Civilian War Memorial
List Of Main Attractions (Good To See):
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
The Fullerton Pavilion
The Fullerton Waterboat House
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Indian National Army Marker
War Memorial Park
Queen Elizabeth Walk Promenade
Singapore River Cruise
List Of Other Attractions (For A Complete Experience):
Window Of Hope Sculpture
The Fullerton Heritage Trail
The Foundation Stone Of The Monument
Singapore's First Pedestrian Underpass Tunnel
Singapore Cricket Club
Singapore Recreation Club
Esplanade Park Exterior & Surroundings
Many Historical Sites In A Small Area
(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Clifford Pier & Esplanade Park has many historical colonial buildings and monuments, packed within a small area. This makes it easy to explore the whole place on foot, and even squeeze in visits to the different museums here.
At Clifford Pier, the highlights include the Fullerton Group of hotels, utilizing restored colonial facades. And also, the Merlion Park, with its 2 iconic Merlion Statues.
Connecting Clifford Pier to Esplanade Park are a pair of iconic bridges, the Cavenagh Bridge and the Anderson Bridge. The Cavenagh Bridge leads towards Empress Place and ACM Green, with its various old government buildings. Anderson Bridge leads towards Queen Elizabeth Walk Promenade, with the war monuments.
Part of the attraction of Clifford Pier & Esplanade Park is the various views, of the city, the waterfront, or the Padang and the Old Supreme Court And City Hall. A different way to take in the view is the hop on a boat ride of the Singapore River Cruise.
If you're planning a visit, it's best to come during daylight hours, and allocate between 1 to 3 hours for viewing.