View of the Singapore River from opposite sides of Read Bridge
We love to run along the Singapore River in the evenings: dedicated pedestrian pathways, calming waterway, lovely scenery.
Having said this, we typically avoid this particular stretch heading towards Clarke Quay as it is crowded with people exercising and pedestrians heading to various entertainment. Since the Singapore River was cleaned up in the 1970s, both sides of the river have been developed to include restaurants, night spots and tourist attractions.
One recent morning, I decided to explore this neglected section, and happily found myself with mostly quiet, peaceful pavements.
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