The Clarke Quay and Singapore Riverside area is a moving exhibition in itself. Here, you can watch life go by in a never-ending collage of people, boats and tours. The Riverside is also home to one of the most exciting attractions on the island – the G-Max Reverse Bungy. You've got to be certified nuts, very brave (or hopefully both) in order to willingly get launched skyward at 200 km/h. But then again, it'll give you the thrill of a lifetime.
Marking the spot where Singapore's founder Sir Stamford Raffles first landed is a regal white marble statue of the great man. You can find his other statue, in bronze, in front of the Victoria Theatre.