Boat Quay

Boat Quay

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After Clarke Quay I went on to explore Boat Quay a little bit.  If you haven't been to Singapore before they are connected so you can keep walking forever if you wanted.    I made a reservation for dinner and cut through this alley to get over to Boat Quay...

This caught my attention and make me laugh... literally 'fanning the flame'.

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This is what you get on Boat Quay... a never ending string of bars and restaurants;  Singaporean, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, and English Pubs.

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One of the more famous English Pubs on Boat Quay.

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More Vespas...

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This lovely couple were down getting wedding shots taken...

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This is Chili Crab... the most delicious of foods in Singapore!    It is messy but so good.

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Boat Quay Alley in Singapore

Boat Quay Alley in Singapore

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We decided to eat at my favorite place in Singapore.   A little unknown spot called Mag's Wine Kitchen just off of Boat Quay.   If you haven't eaten here I highly recommend it.   Excellent selection of wine a small home made menu with a mix of 3 or 4 starters and 3 or 4 choices of entrees.   Try the Kurobuta Black Pork.    Details:  Mag's Win Kitchen, 86 Circular Road, Singapore, 65 6438 3836.

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Thanks for stopping by today...

Chijmes

Chijmes

Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay

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