The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Shopping 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956 Published on: 13-11-2015

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The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is one of the most luxury malls in Singapore with the latest designs and models of international brands.

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Why The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is special ?

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands® is one of Singapore’s largest luxury shopping malls with a refreshing mix of international brands, emerging labels and new concepts. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, this eye-catching shopping destination features a contemporary and open design, offering breathtaking views of the Marina Bay skyline.

Natural sunlight will bathe the mall, illuminating the interiors via full-glass windows. Other innovative concepts here include Singapore’s first skating rink within a mall, as well as a canal where you can take a relaxing boat ride through the retail belt in one of the many beautifully crafted sampans.

Source: yoursingapore.com

What to explore at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands?

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands® is one of Singapore’s largest luxury shopping malls with a refreshing mix of international brands, emerging labels and new concepts. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, this eye-catching shopping destination features a contemporary and open design, offering breathtaking views of the Marina Bay skyline.

Natural sunlight will bathe the mall, illuminating the interiors via full-glass windows. Other innovative concepts here include Singapore’s first skating rink within a mall, as well as a canal where you can take a relaxing boat ride through the retail belt in one of the many beautifully crafted sampans.

Another exciting highlight to look out for is the Louis Vuitton ‘island’ boutique that’s housed in the Crystal Pavilion. This is the largest boutique located outside of Paris and if you love the brand, you’ll be delighted to know that there’s no limit on what you can purchase in the boutique here.

Among the illustrious list of retailers, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands features Bally, Bottega Veneta, Bulgari, Burberry, Cartier, Christian Dior, Fendi, Ferragamo, Franck Muller, Gucci, HugoBoss, Max Mara, Miu Miu, Omega, Patek Philippe, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany & Co., Yves Saint Laurent and many others. Anne Fontaine, Henry Cotton’s, Stefano Ricci and Wolford are also some of the other stores you can find.

Feel free to embrace this collection of luxury boutiques to set your own style or simply take in the views at the floating Crystal Pavilion along the calm waters of Marina Bay.

Source: yoursingapore.com

How to get to The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands?

MRT

Marina Bay Sands is linked directly to:

a) Bayfront MRT station (CE2, Exit B, C, D, E) along the Circle Line Extension.

Alternatively, there are numerous bus routes serving Marina Bay Sands that reach many major MRT stations.

Click here to see additional MRT stations beyond Bayfront MRT station.

Bus

The following bus routes serve Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Marina Bay Sands MICE:

97/97E, 106, 133, 502/502A, 518/518A, NR1 (Available on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of public holidays), and NR6 (Available on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of public holidays).

SIA Hop-on Bus, International Coaches and Local Tour Operators

Pick-up locations vary with individual operators please refer to their respective websites for details.

Water Taxi


Take to the water. Marina Bay Sands is accessible via water taxi, offering visitors more transport options.

Singapore River Cruise
  • Fare
  • S$3 for River Bus
  • Operating hours  
  • 10am - 10pm daily for River Bus (last boat departs @ 9pm)
  • Frequency
  • 10 - 20 minutes
  • Ticket kiosks
  • 1. Bayfront South (MBS South)
    2. Merlion
    3. Esplanade
    4. Promenade (Singapore Flyer)
    5. Clarke Quay (Beside G-Max Reverse Bungy)
    6. Boat Quay (No. 59 Boat Quay
    7. Fullerton
  • Contact
  • +65 6336 6111

Singapore River Explorer
  • Fare
  • S$4 for single trip, S$15 for an all-day pass
  • Operating hours  
  • 7am - 10pm
  • Frequency
  • 10 - 20 minutes
  • Ticket kiosks
  • Any Singapore River Explorer jetty
  • Pick-up point
  • Clifford Pier
  • Contact
  • +65 635 11222

Selling points

  • Spectacular and spacious shopping paradise
  • All the great shops in one place
  • Good place for luxury and newly products.
  • Amazing view, high quality products
  • Huge modern shopping complex
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  • It is an enjoyable place for walking especially with the Garden by the Bay which is minutes away.
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  • This place has the entrance to the hotel casino and it has MasterCard theatre where there will be showing different shows. I
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  • It is also a nice walk outside the building if the weather is good. Sometimes they do display art pieces around the place to reflect what is happening in the museum or the mall itself.
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  • Singaporeans are charged S$100 just for entering the casino
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MBS Shopping Centre. A lot of well-known brands have branches open at here. From apparel, accessories to foods, technologies till personal beauty.

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Hit this three-storey luxury mall for high-end retail brands. When your feet start killing you, take a sampan ride down a man-made canal ($10 adult, $6 child).

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HEAVEN ON EARTH ?

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Housing the world first Louis Vuitton store in an island off MBS.

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U can shop for all the luxury brands under one big spacious transparent roof. So be sure to wear flat heel footwear & sunblock on a sunny afternoon. It's my fav shopping mall. :D

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The Shoppes is part of the Marina Bay Sands complex which comprises the incredible Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Casino, convention and exhibition facilities, theatres, entertainment venues, retailers and restaurants and an ice skating rink.At a cost of $4.7billion USD I guess you expect something spectacular.The Hotel is the other side of the road and easily accessed.Trains, buses and river taxis also stop within easy walking distance.Everything here is BIG.B-I-G!Big ticket prices on most things too.High ceilings and wide walkways make this a very comfortable place to be even when it's flat out in Peak Season.If you're on a budget then you'll only be going here to LOOK!Shoppes features many of the world's elite designer brands and has a Gondola ride on the bottom level($10pp).There's also a great food court on the bottom floor with plenty of choice.Plenty of toilets too and, like the rest of the centre, absolutely spotless.The Rain Oculus is close to the water and is a bit of fun.On the outside, upstairs on the second level, you'll see a stainless steel frame and a 22m wide acrylic concave cup that fits neatly into it.There's a series of jets that pumps out water at 6,000 tons per minute everyday at 10am, 1, 3, 5, 8, 9:30,11pm and it all goes down the gurgler.I've seen it referred to as the worlds biggest plug hole :-)That's not too far from the truth.Outside;if the the water's not running you'll see plenty of people trying to score a hole in one throwing or rolling coins into the big plug hole in the middle.Inside;you'll see all the water cascading into the canal at the bottom that the gondolas use.As an insight into lifestyles of the rich and famous this is as good an introduction as you'll ever get.

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What a great choice of shops and eating places within this huge modern complex. It is so large that it can be easy to get lost, you can also easily visit the adjoining malls without leaving or crossing roads. The food eating places on offer are different with loads of variety on offer. Well worth a visit.

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An amazing mall definitely work visiting.Lots of luxury shops with loads of designer brands.Great food court on the bottom.

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The Shoppes is part of the Marina Bay Sands complex which comprises the incredible Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Casino, convention and exhibition facilities, theatres, entertainment venues, retailers and restaurants and an ice skating rink. At a cost of $4.7billion USD I guess you expect something spectacular. The Hotel is the other side of the road and easily accessed. Trains, buses and river taxis also stop within easy walking distance. Everything here is BIG. B-I-G! Big ticket prices on most things too. High ceilings and wide walkways make this a very comfortable place to be even when it's flat out in Peak Season. If you're on a budget then you'll only be going here to LOOK! Shoppes features many of the world's elite designer brands and has a Gondola ride on the bottom level ($10pp). There's also a great food court on the bottom floor with plenty of choice. Plenty of toilets too and, like the rest of the centre, absolutely spotless. The Rain Oculus is close to the water and is a bit of fun. On the outside, upstairs on the second level, you'll see a stainless steel frame and a 22m wide acrylic concave cup that fits neatly into it. There's a series of jets that pumps out water at 6,000 tons per minute everyday at 10am, 1, 3, 5, 8, 9:30,11pm and it all goes down the gurgler. I've seen it referred to as the world biggest plug hole :-) That's not too far from the truth. Outside; if the the water's not running you'll see plenty of people trying to score a hole in one throwing or rolling coins into the big plug hole in the middle. Inside; you'll see all the water cascading into the canal at the bottom that the gondolas use. As an insight into lifestyles of the rich and famous this is as good an introduction as you'll ever get.

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I must say that, this is a pretyy High End Boutique mall. However, the viewsare stunning at night, and be prepared to watch the Light/Laser show at night! Nice to chill by the river.

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