Singapore is synonymous with its mythical national icon, the half lion, half fish, Merlion. An attraction to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore, the Merlion Park is free to visit and situated on a specially built pier which attracts over 1 million visitors each year. The park is open to visitors 24 hours a day so do try to see the Merlion at different times of the day as it truly is a different sight each time.
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57 floors above the heart of Singapore city, on the roof of the Marina Bay Sands Resort is the spectacular Sands Sky Park. Soak in the 360-degree panoramic view on the Observation Deck or put on your swimmers, grab a glass of champagne and relax in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, if you are a guest of the hotel. This is one of the most Instagrammed places in the world so make the Sands Sky Park an attraction you visit in Marina Bay, Singapore.
Discounted bundle tickets to Sky Park are available in the vicinity at The Walking Singapore kiosk in Esplanade Mall.
Spread over 250 acres is another place to see in Marina Bay, Singapore - the futuristic botanical garden, Gardens by the Bay. There are three gardens here that house cooled conservatories, restaurants, lakes, bridges and the world-famous “Supertrees”, the tree-shaped vertical gardens. A visit at night will guarantee some of the best photos you will ever take in your life! This is absolutely unforgettable attraction to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore for first time and returning visitors.
Discounted bundle tickets to Gardens By The Bay are available in the vicinity at The Walking Singapore kiosk in Esplanade Mall.
See even more of Singapore in one of the world’s largest observation wheels, the Singapore Flyer in downtown Marina Bay, Singapore. From inside of one of the 28 fully air-conditioned capsules, feast your eyes on the landmarks and views of Singapore like the Merlion Park, Raffles Place, the Singapore River and on a clear day, see as far as 45 km which means you could catch glimpses of Malaysia and Indonesia. This is an attraction to visit in Singapore to get views from 165 metres above ground.
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Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is a performing arts centre on the Marina Bay that consists of a 1,600-seater concert hall, a 2,000-seater theatre, a recital studio , theatre studio and more. It’s one of the busiest art centres in the region and hosts many world-class performances so check their programme schedule when you make this another attraction to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore.
Located at the Singapore Flyer is JoyScoot Scooter Rentals. Rent an e-scooter or hoverboard here and ride off to explore the rest of the Marina Bay and beyond. Singapore’s heat can be challenging so an electric scooter ride solves that problem allowing you to move from place to place without breaking a sweat. Riding an e-scooter or hoverboard does not require any experience because JoyScoot Scooter Rentals provides training before each ride. Visit more attractions in Marina Bay, Singapore on two wheels!
To get a more in-depth look at Singapore’s rich history, and see all the best attractions go on a guided tour of the best places in Marina Bay, Singapore. Conveniently located at the Esplanade Mall, The Walking Singapore Tours is licensed by the Singapore Tourism Board and runs daily walking and e-scooter tours. Go on a historical walk, city tour, river tour or a unique evening light and sound tour, make your visit to Singapore worth it with The Walking Singapore Tours.
Apart from tours you can find a whole visitor center for travelers in their premises: souvenirs, free data sim cards, attractions tickets local delights etc.
01-18, 8 Raffles Avenue, The Esplanade Mall, 039802 Singapore
Another attraction you must visit in Marina Bay, Singapore is the lotus flower-shaped art and science fusion museum, ArtScience Museum. Though the museum features a permanent exhibition, it has also hosted many touring exhibitions including those with the American Museum of Natural History, and the Smithsonian Institute.
The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge and an attraction to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore that links Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area. The visually appealing DNA-shaped bridge is strategically placed around Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer and Bayfront Bridge. For stunning Instagram photos, cross the bridge after dark.
Red Dot Museum
Housing more than 1,000 award-winning products, the Red Dot Museum is a must-see place for design fans. With its full glass facade and large overhanging roofs, the Red Dot Design Musem is one of the most iconic architectural structures in the Marina Bay area. Some of the award-winning items on display are even available for purchase from the Museum shop. Put this on your list of attractions to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore as there really isn’t another one quite like it anywhere else in the world!
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
The obvious thing to do in Singapore is to shop, and the place to do that is at The Shoppes at Marina Bay. Home to hundreds of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, the mall is part of the Marina Bay Sands complex. There are a few celebrity chef restaurants here too, including British celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen. The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is definitely an attraction to visit in Marina Bay, Singapore.
15,000 square meters over four levels, the casino at Marina Bay Sands is home to 600 table games, 2500 slot machines and electronic tables games, and 35 private gaming rooms. Even if you don’t plan on placing a bet on anything, this attraction is a must-visit in Marina Bay, Singapore.
Joyscoot can be easily found in Singapore Visitor Centre @ Esplanade Waterfront.
Take a bus or cab to Esplanade Mall, then walk out to the waterfront, turn right and you will find Singapore Visitor Centre and Joyscoot right next to Jubilee Bridge.