Boat Quay together with Clarke Quay forms part of the Singapore River Precinct. Boat Quay is one the oldest and most historical ares in Singapore central region. In 1986, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) decided to conserve the shophouses of Boat Quay, this is part of the URA master plan to conserve the architectural history and identity of the Singapore River and its physical environment. Boat Quay was gazetted for conservation on 7 July 1989. Many of the original building along Boat Quay had been well preserved as places for entertainment and leisure hub now. Caninghill Piers is only a short 10 minutes walk to Boat Quay along Singapore Riverside, proving a historical yet happening leisure spots for its future residents.
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