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Bayfront Event Space

Bayfront Event Space

The Bayfront Event Space is a large open space beside Marina Bay Sands. It is often used to host a wide spectrum of public events from family-friendly carnivals and food fairs to various performances and sporting activities that the community can partake in. When it is not used as a staging venue, it becomes a venue for recreational uses such as LED kite-flying.

Website:  www.marina-bay.sg

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  • Marina Bay
  • Bayfront

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Esplanade – Theatres On The Bay

Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay is one of the busiest arts centres in the world. From the time we opened in 2002, the centre has presented more than 25,000 shows, drawing an audience of 18.5 million patrons. These included both ticketed and non-ticketed shows presenting music, dance, theatre and the visual arts, with special emphasis on Asian culture. Esplanade’s vision is to be a performing arts centre for everyone. As such, about 70% of its shows offer free admission.

This architectural icon, with its distinctive twin shells, houses world-class performance spaces complemented by a comprehensive range of professional support services. Its two main venues are the 1,600-seat Concert Hall, with acoustic features designed by the late and world-renowned acoustician and theatre planner, Russell Johnson of ARTEC Consultants; and a theatre with a capacity of 2,000, adapted from traditional European opera houses in horseshoe form.

Website: www.esplanade.com

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  • Esplanade
  • City Hall

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The Fullerton Heritage

The Fullerton Heritage is an exquisite master planned dining and hospitality complex consisting of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier and Customs House. This waterfront development’s architecture combines the historical with the contemporary, adding vibrancy to the area’s rich cultural heritage. It also features one of the longest waterfronts in Singapore, offering unrivalled views of the Marina Bay.

Website:  www.thefullertonheritage.com

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  • Raffles Place

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The Promontory

The Promontory@Marina Bay

The Promontory@Marina Bay is a large open space that is often used to stage a plethora of events, activities and performances for the community. This green waterfront space provides some respite from the concrete urban landscape around. When it is not used as a staging venue, it becomes a popular spot for recreational uses such as for a game of Frisbee or simply a lovely location for friends and family to gather for a picnic.

Website:  www.marina-bay.sg

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  • Downtown
  • Raffles Place
  • Marina Bay

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Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade

The waterfront promenade provides an unobstructed view of the spectacular city skyline and acts as a viewing platform for events in and around Marina Bay. With trees lining the promenade to offer respite from the tropical weather, deck chairs on the lower-level timbre boardwalk to provide a comfortable rest spot with a view and play swings for the young ones, the promenade is a place for visitors to relax and linger. The forms a pedestrian link between key developments – The Fullerton Heritage and Marina Bay Sands.

Website:  www.marina-bay.sg

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  • Bayfront
  • Marina Bay
  • Downtown
  • Raffles Place

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The Float @ Marina Bay

The world’s largest floating stadium with a seating capacity of more than 26,000, The Float@Marina Bay has been the venue for the annual National Day Parade since 2007, and the opening and closing ceremonies of the Singapore Youth Olympic Games in 2010. With a stunning, unobstructed view of Marina Bay, it is also a popular staging venue for other sporting activities, outdoor concerts, as well as arts and cultural exhibitions and performances.

Website:  www.marina-bay.sg

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  • Promenade
  • Esplanade

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Civic District

The Civic District is where Singapore’s historical, architectural and cultural heritage started. Today, it is the arts and cultural heart of Singapore.

It is home to some of the most significant historic buildings and spaces, such as the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Walk and the Padang. Many of these buildings have been transformed into arts and cultural institutions, including the new National Gallery Singapore (the former Supreme Court and City Hall), the Asian Civilisations Museum (the former Empress Place Building) and the Arts House (the former Old Parliament House).

In the surrounding areas of these institutions are monuments and public artworks nestled within lush greenery. Visitors can gather and also enjoy performances and activities at the open lawn areas amidst the garden setting.

Website:  www.nac.gov.sg

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  • City Hall

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Empress Lawn

The Empress Lawn at Empress Place is located in Civic District, right in front of Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. It is becoming an increasingly popular venue for community events such as Car-Free Sunday and NParks Concert Series.

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  • Raffles Place

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Esplanade Park

Esplanade Park

Built in 1943, Esplanade Park is one of the oldest among Singapore’s heritage parks. Redeveloped in 1991 to enhance the Civic District’s identity and to create an important frontage for the Padang, Supreme Court and City Hall, Esplanade Park is a showcase for many of Singapore’s historical landmarks.
Website : https://www.nparks.gov.sg

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  • City Hall

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Civic District

The Civic District is where Singapore’s historical, architectural and cultural heritage started. Today, it is the arts and cultural heart of Singapore.

It is home to some of the most significant historic buildings and spaces, such as the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Walk and the Padang. Many of these buildings have been transformed into arts and cultural institutions, including the new National Gallery Singapore (the former Supreme Court and City Hall), the Asian Civilisations Museum (the former Empress Place Building) and the Arts House (the former Old Parliament House).

In the surrounding areas of these institutions are monuments and public artworks nestled within lush greenery. Visitors can gather and also enjoy performances and activities at the open lawn areas amidst the garden setting.

Website:  www.nac.gov.sg

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