Robertson Quay is a section of the Singapore River that is perfect for a morning or evening jog. You can crisscross the river via several bridges—some colorful, some striking in style, all different. If you're more interested in a leisurely stroll followed by dinner and drinks, it is easily done here—this section of the river is lined with restaurants serving everything from Belgian mussels and frites to Thai and Indian curries.
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You know it's getting close to Christmas in Singapore when giant candy canes show up along the river. (You certainly won't be able to tell from the temperature, which stays a balmy 85 degrees all year long.) Robertson Quay is a wonderful spot for jogging or strolling or just sitting with a glass of something festive and watching the world go by. There are lots of restaurants, coffee shops, and bars to choose from along this stretch of the river, which is just a short stroll west from Boat Quay and Clarke Quay.