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Press Releases • Mar 11, 2019 15:00 +08
Clarke Quay hosts the biggest ever Singapore Festival of Fun this March Holiday with Show-stopping Carnival Acts, World-class Comedians and Nickelodeon’s Playful Family Activities
Press Releases • Feb 07, 2019 15:00 +08
March school holiday coincides with the return of the Singapore Festival of Fun with its three pillars of stellar fun and world-class entertainment for all ages. The 10-day festival features the Clarke Quay Streetfest (14th to 19th March), Magners International Comedy Festival (15th to 23rd March) and Nickelodeon Fiesta (23rd and 24th March).
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News • Apr 30, 2013 17:20 +08
To further stretch your dollar, look out for a slew of attractive promotional tie-ups in the coming months. These tie-ups include a refreshing bottle of Tiger Crystal to accompany your meal for just a top up $5++ with every Set Lunch ordered and award of 3 times CapitaStar points* for Lunch at Clarke Quay for all CapitaStar members.
News • Apr 30, 2013 17:11 +08
For those who are looking for the full lunch indulgence, the $35Nett set lunch has all you need. At Mulligans, treat yourself to a 4-course lunch of Irish favorites like Shepherd’s Pie, Irish Stew and Mulligans Signature Rib-eye. Madame Butterfly at IndoChine offers you an exquisite 3-course set lunch with their signature selection
News • Apr 30, 2013 17:05 +08
Moving up a notch we have the $25Nett set lunch for those looking for a heartier lunch. Coriander Leaf and Peony Jade offer you a taste of their extensive menu at the affordable price of $25Nett.
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Documents • Nov 09, 2015 12:44 +08
Irish rock band, The Coronas, will perform live in a free outdoor concert this December at the fountain area in Clarke Quay, with thanks to McGettigan’s pub. The exclusive gig will form part of the band’s tour of Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Dubai. This is set to be an amazing show and is expected to reach full capacity, concert-goers are encouraged to get down to Clarke Quay early