Marina Bay Walking Tour

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Marina Bay Walking Tour

October 21, 2019

Discover Marina Bay’s key landmarks on this walking tour.

Starting Point 
• Merlion Park
Meet the half-lion, half-fish Merlion, one of Singapore’s most famous icons, spouting water from its mouth at the waterfront Merlion Park.


Photo: Singapore Tourism Board


• Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
Known affectionately to Singaporeans as the “Durians” (the local spiky fruit) because of its spiky roof domes, this performing arts centre has programmes and community festivals throughout the year.


Photo: Singapore Tourism Board


• Helix Bridge 
A world’s first, Helix Bridge was designed with a unique spiralling steel structure that resembles DNA. The bridge has four viewing pods that cantilever out over the water.


Photo: Singapore Tourism Board


Marina Bay Sands
Grab a bite at any of the 80 restaurants, cafes and bar at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Then, go on a shopping spree at over 170 stores which offer the latest designer wear, sportswear, shoes, bags, jewellery, watches, beauty products, eletronic gadgets, lifestyle items and more. For stunning, panoramic views of the city skyline, make your way up to the Sands SkyPark.


Photo: Marina Bay Sands


• ArtScience Museum
Discover fascinating aspects of art, science, design, architecture, technology and culture through world-class exhibits from the most renowned collections in the world at this striking lotus-inspired museum.


Photo: Vincent Chong


• Gardens by the Bay
This 101ha garden has two conservatories, Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, 18 Supertrees, a 128m-long aerial walkway, two lakes, six themed gardens and four heritage gardens. A must-visit for the kids is the Far East Organization Children’s Garden which has a tree house, slides and interactive water tunnels.


Photo: Singapore Tourism Board


• Satay by the Bay
Enjoy popular local dish satay (char-grilled marinated meat on skewers served with spicy peanut sauce, ketupat [rice cakes)], and cucumber and onion) and other local fare at this food court while enjoying views of the waterfront.


Photo: Gardens by the Bay


• Marina Barrage
This freshwater reservoir has a large grassy area on the top level that is a popular spot for picnics, kite-flying and photoshoots.


Photo: Darren Soh

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1 Science Park Road #04-07
The Capricorn, Singapore Science Park II
Singapore 117528
tourism@ttgasia.com
+65 6395 7575