Shopping 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972, Singapore Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is special ?
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands will be one of Singapores largest luxury shopping malls, with over 800,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. This eye-catching modern shopping mecca features a contemporary and open design, with breathtaking views of Singapore's city skyline. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, visitors can look forward to a refreshing mix of international luxury brands, emerging labels and new concepts.
What to explore at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands?
- You feel free to embrace collections 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.
- Eat + Drink spots in this building: Kraze Burgers; Java Detour; Punjab Grill by Jiggs Kaira; Rasapura Masters food court
- Entertainment you can find in this building: Gondola ride; The Grand Theatre; Marina Bay Sands Skating Rink; The Sands Theatre; Wonder Full
How to get to The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands?
- By 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).
- By MRT: Marina Bay Sands is linked directly to Bayfront MRT station (CE2, Exit B, C, D, E) along the Circle Line Extension. http://www.marinabaysands.com/
- All the great shops in one place
- A Relaxing Mall to Window shop
- Spectacular, spacious and luxury
- An epic masterpiece
- Best way to discover the luxuries of shopping, dining and entertainment
2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972, Singapore
Tips for you
MBS Shopping Centre. A lot of well-known brands have branches open at here. From apparel, accessories to foods, technologies till personal beauty.
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).
HEAVEN ON EARTH ?
Housing the world first Louis Vuitton store in an island off MBS.
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
This is perhaps one of the most touristy places in all of Singapore! The mall has several Brand shops, the food court is perhaps one of the best in town with Indian, Malay, Indonesian, Chinese and Korean food, just like any other food court in Singapore but a little more classy! The food court can get extremely crowded especially during the weekends at Dinner time. There are also a bunch of celebrity restaurants in the mall. There is an MRT connection to the mall so getting there is not a problem.
First of all, its quite big.The interior design is quite nice, you can watch singapore's skyscraper from here.Most of the shop is high end shopping, giving it location near marina bay, what do you expect.For Manchester United's fan, there is a Manchester United store in here.We went here for Zara boutique however the shop was closed due to renovation.The food court is kinda big, and you have a lots of option for food.Love the indoor pool.
This centre is definitely worth a visit. From boats paddling around on the ground level to an ice skating rink, there is plenty to amaze and impress you! The bottom level will offer food at reasonable prices or expensive eateries - your choice. Even if you don't spend any money here the entertainment value and photo opportunities are hard to beat. And of course the airconditioning ;) ...
This is perhaps one of the most touristy places in all of Singapore! The mall has several Brand shops, the food court is perhaps one of the best in town with Indian, Malay, Indonesian, Chinese and Korean food, just like any other food court in Singapore but a little more classy! The food court can get extremely crowded especially during the weekends at Dinner time. There are also a bunch of celebrity restaurants in the mall. There is an MRT connection to the mall so getting there is not a problem. Visited July 2012
This isn't your "everyman's mall". Everything is pricey, so unless you're buying something inherently pricey, like a meal at a celebrity chef restaurant, or a high-end luxury good, it's probably not the place for you. But dude, it does pricey well. I was looking for a new wallet, there aren't that many places in Singapore you can find a Prada, LV, Gucci, Mont Blanc, Bally, Ferragamo, and numerous other brands all in one place. (Two others being Ngee Ann City and Paragon... and maybe the airport) Because of the high profile location, most of the staff in these outlets are very well trained, bilingual, and have excellent product knowledge. There's also of course, the kick-ass selection of restaurants. Punjab Grill, both Mozzas, Waku Ghin, CUT, Guy Savoy, the list goes on and on for great (though often but not always) expensive dining choices! I mean. Parking's often HORRIBLE, and it cost A BOMB, but I usually walk over from work when I do go, so that's not that bad for me at least. Overall, I think this is an excellent place if you're gunning for some indulgent spending. It's not your 'regular hang out' kind of mall, but I don't think it's really aiming to be that. It's aiming to be glitzy, and high end, and it does that really well. I can't fault them for that.