The Marina Bay Precinct represents all things modern and super-stylish, from trendy dining destinations to exciting leisure spots.
Besides being known for its iconic landmarks, Marina Bay is a favourite amongst runners and explorers with its lush greenery and location amongst a hive of good food and shopping. It's time to revisit Marina Bay – look beyond its bright lights and landmark features, take a walk around the bay and be enthralled by its myriad experiences.
Gardens by the Bay
While many of us have visited Gardens by the Bay’s iconic features such as the Super Trees and Cloud Forest, this beautiful 101-hectare space is home to a range of other must-visit sights.To unwind and experience the gardens, be sure to check out gardens such as the Sun Pavilion, Heritage Gardens and World of Plants. For a spot of scenic tranquillity, spend the day amidst the open lawns of Bay East Gardens.
The perfect weekend respite for those craving sunshine and fresh air, Marina Barrage is also a great place to visit if you’re looking to get active. Fly a kite, go on a jog or have a picnic with your family – or simply do all three.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
There are few places better to indulge in luxury retail than The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. The mall is now open for business again, ready for you to resume your retail therapy.Peruse sparkling jewellery at RISIS, exotic leather handbags at KWANPEN and luxury streetwear at Phillip Plein. When you’re done, you can indulge in an unforgettable meal at restaurants like CUT by Wolfgang Puck or JustIN Flavours of Asia.
For an alternative shopping spot, you may want to drop by Marina Square—home to over 200 shops selling everything from beachwear to headphones. Drop by British India to check out their timeless range of apparel or visit Wanderwoo to admire the decor and lifestyle accessories by homegrown designer Sonny Boey.
For a playful take on Singapore’s traditional cuisine, head to Labyrinth and lose yourself in the complex flavours presented at this Michelin-starred restaurant helmed by chef-owner Han Li Guang. The menu fuses much-loved local flavours in whimsical ways as seen in rojak made from edible garden herbs and soy bean curd made with bird’s nest.
If you’re looking to sate your sweet tooth, drop by Patisserie G at Millenia Walk. This cosy eatery boasts a whole range of cakes and pastries that are bound to have you asking for more.Hot favourites here include their range of cheesecakes—which come in unique flavours like rose lychee and Japanese sake (rice wine)—as well as perennial classics like black forest cake.
If you’re looking for a spot to rest your tired soles while getting your caffeine fix, consider spending an afternoon at Commune Café. The establishment brews its strong cup of joes with beans imported from Australia, and also serves a range of finger food and pastries for peckish visitors.
Marina Bay Sands Singapore
For a staycation that will have you living the high life, book yourself a room at Marina Bay Sands.You’ve probably seen hundreds of photos of the hotel’s iconic infinity pool, so now’s the perfect time to rediscover it as a hotel guest and take a dip while admiring the sunset. The establishment is also offering a host of great promotions for guests on staycation.
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