A fictional perspective of life on Boat Quay. An orchestra of people, music, sights and smells. Satay men fan their cusine, whilst Mah Jong and fishing add content to this composition, creating a Singapore symphony for all to enjoy.
Clark Quay which twinned with the more residential Boat Quay, was once a trading haven in business. Go-downs and Tannery lanes still exist to this day but now house cafes and bars.
The landing point of trades people and the landing point of Stamford Raffles back in 1819.
'Belly Of The Carp' is the lucky landing point in Singapore's Boat Quay. The 'belly' of the Carp - Symbolising prosperity and wealth for all the set foot here.
As a country near the equator, Singapore does not have four seasons. In popular culture there are two - Wet and Dry.
The ‘rainy season’ last from September to February, which offers a cool relief from the tropical heat.
Sudden showers are frequent, intense and brief. Starting as quickly as they start, offering a cool relief from the tropical heat.
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