Kallang River By Night

Kallang River, the longest river in Singapore, flows 10 kilometres from the Lower Peirce Reservoir to the coast at Nicoll Highway. Used to be spice trading place for the Sulawesi traders in the 1950s, today the river is a popular venue for many water sports activities such as waterskiing, canoeing, kayaking and dragon boating, especially on weekends.

When night falls, the river culminates in a picturesque scene when the water surface comes alive and sparkles with colourful reflections and stunning glitters from the surrounding lights – a favorite spot for night photography as well as a great place to consider if you love to stroll and enjoy the beauty and serenity of the night.

By night, the lights from the streets and buildings transform the river into a scenic place of an entirely different mood and beauty.

By night, the lights from the streets and buildings transform the river into a scenic place of an entirely different mood and beauty.

 

Quiet and scenic, Kallang River is an urban oasis for taking evening walks.

Quiet and scenic, Kallang River is an urban oasis for taking evening walks.

 

Dotted with restaurants and bars, the riverside is a lively place at night.

Dotted with restaurants and bars, the riverside is a lively place at night.


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