A clean, green and extremely beautiful area, this bay area located near the central part of Southern Singapore houses a variety of shopping and dining options as well as a variety of other attractions.
When it comes to shopping this area is sure not to disappoint and houses various major shopping malls such as Suntec City, CHIJMES, Marina Square and Raffles City that each deliver a different shopping experience.
Suntec City Mall is the largest shopping mall in Singapore that offers a huge plethora of goods that is sure to meet the demands of even the most ardent shopper. The mall is divided in to thematic areas Galleria, Tropics and Fountain Terrace that each sells a different range of goods. CHIJMES on the other hand distinguishes itself from its peers through its unique Gothic Architecture. Guests to this area are sure to find whatever they are looking for due to the vast range o offerings that are present.
In addition to the vast malls various other shopping options are also on offer including Lee Hwa Jewelry (famous for its pink and purple offerings), the famous Australian skincare specialist Aesop, and more.
Those looking for a variety of hi tech gadgets should visit Inbox 5. There is such an impressive range of offerings for guest to choose from at this whopping 10,000 square foot area that is located on the fifth floor of the IT Mall, that those who visit will find everything that they were looking for and more.
The Marina Bay area is an extremely popular venue for bowling housing a large branch of Superbowl Holdings.
Another non shopping related venue that is also housed in this area is the Marina Bay Floating Stadium which is Asia’s first ever floating stage. Despite being located on the water the venue is well equipped to handle a range of different functions competently and has in the past hosted sporting events and musical concerts.
Located close to the Floating statue is one of Singapore’s most well known tourist attractions; the Merlion. This statue represents an imaginary creature that has the head of a lion and the body of as fish that has become a well recognized symbol of the country. Though several statues of this symbol exist in the country, the one at Marina Bay is one of the few that is officially recognized. When in Singapore, the opportunity to visit this impressive and significant statute should not be missed.
Dining options are also numerous in the area and guest can find everything from seafood, teahouses, beerhouses, and much more in this vibrant area.
Accessing Marina Bay in Singapore is relatively easy as the area is well connected with a range of different transport options making it functions as a transport hub.
Staying in a hotel near the Marina Bay such as PARKROYAL on Beach Road provides guests with convenient access to this destination. Of the Marina Bay hotels none can match the level of service and facilities on offer at PARKROYAL on Beach Road.