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La Maison Du Whisky

80 Mohamed Sultan Rd, #01-10 The Pier

Singapore 239013

With a rich portfolio of 2,500 whiskies and spirits, La Maison du Whisky today plays the role of retailer, wholesaler, distributor, importer and exporter of whiskies and fine spirits on a national, European and worldwide level.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

1 Nanson Road #02-01, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay

Singapore 238909

Upon opening the initial establishment in 2004, Wolfgang Zwiener had spent years learning his craft, drawing upon his knowledge to create steakhouse perfection. Since then, the team have grown across the globe, and there are currently 19 restaurants in total.


11 Unity St

Singapore 237995

This intimate bar houses fridges full of shochu, umeshu and jizake (artisanal sake) from boutique breweries in Japan. None of the labels stocked here are run-of-the-mill. Orihara carries many seasonal, rare and onetime productions among its 200-strong bottles. They range from $60 to $2,000 for dine-in and $35 to $1,500 for retail.

Toby’s Estate

8 Rodyk St

Singapore 238216

Our story started in the coffee plantations of Brazil, Guatemala and Colombia, where founder, Toby Smith learnt to grow, roast and cup coffee at the source. Inspired by what he had learnt, Toby returned home and converted his mum’s garage into a roastery and got to work mastering the art of specialty coffee roasting. Today, Toby is joined by over 100 passionate coffee enthusiasts at Toby’s Estate Coffee, who are united under the common goal to honour the work of the specialty coffee farmers and to roast and serve the best quality coffee possible.


Alkaff Bridge

1 Havelock Rd

Alkaff Bridge is a pedestrian bridge in Singapore. It spans the Singapore River at Robertson Quay, located in the Singapore River planning area within the Central Area.

The steel truss bridge is 55 metres in length and weighs about 230 tonnes. It is shaped like a tongkang (a light boat used commonly in the early days to carry goods along rivers), and is situated near the former Alkaff Quay. Alkaff Quay was named after a prominent Arabian family, the Alkaffs, who were among the wealthiest in Singapore during the early 20th century.

Asian Civilisations Museum

1 Empress Pl

Singapore 179555

The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is an institution which forms a part of the four museums in Singapore, the other three being the Peranakan Museum at Old Tao Nan School, the National Museum of Singapore and the Singapore Art Museum.

It is one of the pioneering museums in the region to specialise in pan-Asian cultures and civilisations. The museum specialises in the material history of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia, from which the diverse ethnic groups of Singapore trace their ancestry.

Hong San See

31 Mohamed Sultan Rd

Singapore 238975

Hong San See is a Chinese temple in Singapore, and is located at Mohamed Sultan Road in the River Valley Planning Area, within the Central Area.

Hong San See Temple was constructed between 1908 and 1913, erected by migrants from Nan An County in Fujian province with materials imported from China. One of the builders was Neo Jin Quee, an early Chinese pioneer and leader from Nan An County. Built on a small hill, the temple once overlooked the sea. The temple’s vicinity now mainly houses bars, restaurants and expensive apartments.

STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery

41 Robertson Quay

Singapore 238236

STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery, Singapore (formerly known as Singapore Tyler Print Institute) is a creative workshop and contemporary art gallery based in Singapore that specialises in artistic experimentation in the medium of print and paper. To date, STPI has collaborated with over 90 artists from all over the world.

Situated in a restored 19th century warehouse by the Singapore River at Robertson Quay, the 4,000-square metre facility houses specialised printmaking presses and equipment, a paper mill, 400-square metre gallery, guest workshop, artist studio, artist apartments, staff offices and The Corner Shop.


UE Square

81 Clemenceau Ave

Singapore 239917

Since 1996, UE Square has been marked as a historic site by the National Heritage Board. Hailed as an intelligent “city within the city”, UE Square is the vision of the late world-renowned architect Prof. Kenzo Tange, which brought upon the integration of UE Square Shopping Mall, two office tower blocks and Park Avenue Suites.

UE Square Shopping Mall is a destination mall that brings together retail, entertainment and lifestyle elements in an integrated stop

Riverside Point

30 Merchant Road

Singapore 058282

A waterfront dining venue by the beautiful historic Singapore River, Riverside Point tantalise patrons with popular and unique restaurants like Brewerkz, Café Iguana, Harry’s and JUMBO Seafood.

Riverside Point also offers a fast and easy reach to the growing market of tourists, expatriates and professionals living and working in the affluent Central district.

Liang Court

177 River Valley Road

Singapore 179030

Liang Court is a shopping mall located in the vicinity of Clarke Quay, on the Singapore River. It is part of a mixed-use complex that includes the hotel Novotel Clarke Quay and Somerset Residences. It is close to the Central Expressway and is served by Clarke Quay MRT Station and Fort Canning MRT Station.

Liang Court has since been refurbished in 2008 and 2011. Current anchor tenants are Meidi-Ya and Uniqlo. The building also houses a multi-storey car park.

Robertson Walk

11 Unity St

Singapore 237995

Robertson Walk is a commercial area in the midst of Robertson Quay. It is a unique area filled with restaurants, pubs and F&B outlets facing the waterfront of Singapore River. It resembles a Mediterranean Town square and allows diners to enjoy the perfect romantic ambience. Besides dining options, there are also educational providers here to provide extra-curriculum activities and enrichment programmes for school-going children