Main Attractions Around Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Last Updated on 7 May 2023 by Nicholas Lim

Main Attractions Around Marina Bay Sands HotelWhile visiting the casino at Marina Bay Sands, expect a wide range of leisure and entertainments awaits you. You wouldn’t feel bored even for a second.

Esplanade, Theaters On The Bay

Located on 6 hectares of prime waterfront land by Marina Bay, with a comprehensive range of professional support facilities and services, Esplanade is one of the world’s busiest Arts center that houses world-class performance spaces. Comes with a 1,600-seat concert hall with acoustics by Russell Johnson of ARTEC Consultants, and another 2,000-seat theater of an adaptation of traditional European opera houses in horseshoe form.

How to get there: From nearest MRT Station City Hall, take a 10 mins walk via underground CityLink Mall.

Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre

A World-renowned, international venue that has the most perfect location for meetings, conventions and exhibitions. Do not miss the Exhibition Halls (Level 4) and Convention Halls (Level 6) where important Singapore exhibitions eg. Electronics and IT shows, were held.

How to get there: From nearest MRT Station CityHall, take a 10 mins walk via underground CityLink Mall.

Shopping Malls

Marina Square Shopping Mall

Operating daily from 10am to 10pm, with 300 speciality shops, Marina Square is centrally located in the beautiful bay area where you can shop, relax, eat and play all under 1 roof. Shop from high street fashion boutiques such as TopShop, TopMan, Miss Selfridge, Mango, Zara and more. Comes with Japanese style store MUJI and famous departmental store, John Little. Enjoy entertainments like bowling, arcade games, movie, karaoke or even a game of pool.

How to get there: From nearest MRT Station CityHall, take a 10 mins walk via underground CityLink Mall.

Suntec City Shopping Mall

A one-stop shopping and dining mall with over 400 retail outlets, over 100 food and beverage establishments and 50 over pushcarts including the largest hyper-mart, Carrefour. Enjoy a spectacular dining ambience amidst cascading waters of the world’s largest fountain, Fountain Of Wealth. Others include state-of-the-art Cineplex and game arcades.

How to get there: Take a 5-10 minutes walk from MRT Station CityHall via underground CityLink Mall.

Raffles City Shopping Centre

A 26,700 sqm retail mall with a mix of establishments and over 120 specialty shops which cater to the needs of both local shoppers and tourists. Visit your favorite Robinsons Department Store and Jasons Market Place (a gourmet supermarket).

How to get there: Exit directly at MRT Station CityHall.

Millenia Walk

A premier lifestyle shopping centre situated in the heart of Millenia Singapore where you can find popular stores like Harvey Norman and Cortina Watch Espace Boutique. Across the road is The Great Hall where many productions, exhibitions, performances and other exciting attractions are hosted.

How to get there: Take a 10-20 minutes walk from MRT Station CityHall via underground CityLink Mall.

Funan DigitaLife Mall (IT and Electronic Gadgets)

Asia’s leading IT shopping mall that offers latest, most innovative and widest range of genuine and value for money IT and electronic gadgets. Stay connected with your family and friends with it’s free unlimited wireless internet access.

How to get there: Exit from MRT Station City Hall, take a 5 mins walk to reach.

Other Attractions

Singapore Flyer (Singapore’s Very Own Observation Wheel)

The World’s largest observation wheel that stands at 165m tall (height of a 42-storey building), providing a panoramic view of Marina Bay to the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, Empress Place and the Padang.

How to get there: 10-15 mins walk away from MRT Station City Hall.

Attractions at Marina Bay Sands

As part of its leisure offerings, the Marina Bay Sands Singapore casino will come with world-class entertainments which include,

  • Two 2,000-seat Theatres.
  • A large outdoor Event Plaza on the waterfront promenade with maneuverable hydraulic steps, that can accomodate 10,000 people.
  • A 20,500 sqm ArtScience Museum on the Bayfront Promontory, devoted to the exploration of both art and science and the connections between them. Permanent exhibits may include exhibits such as a display of media depicting various aspects of Leonardo Da Vinci artwork.
  • A 3, 700 sqm Entertainment Zone featuring games and videos.
  • A 1-hectare Sky Park at 50th storey (above the three hotel towers) offering a panoramic view of Singapore’s skyline in 360-degrees.
  • A total of 117,100 sqm Marina Bay Shoppes introducing many new retail brands not currently in Singapore such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.
  • Celebrity Chef Restaurants featuring international chefs such as Charlie Trotter, Alfonso Iaccarino, Tetsuya Wakuda, Thomas Keller, Pierre Gagnaire, or Hiroyuki Hiramatsu.
  • Two ‘floating’ pavilions’ on the Bay, accessible via submerged tunnels. One platform stages a micro-brewery and the other a bistro by day and night club by night. At night, the rooftop of the museum becomes an Amphitheatre with tiered seating housing 3,000 people for a nightly.
  • Light and Water Show which can also be viewed along the waterfront promenade.