Part popular watering hole, part pro-family enclave
This affluent neighbourhood along the Singapore River got its moniker from Dr. J. Murray Robertson, a prominent municipal councillor from Singapore’s old days.
Prior to development in the 1890s, the area was a stretch of swampy tidal land – much unlike the pretty promenades you see today. It’s only 5 minutes to the CBD, and has tonnes of great walking or cycling paths. Here's why expats and locals alike love it.