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Marina Square, Singapore
(3.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Head to Marina Square for a hub of dining, shopping, and entertainment all under one roof. Housing four levels with over 200 stores, including retail giants John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, the shopping center has a good variety from fashion, to children, and lifestyle. If you’d like to sample some of the local and traditional seafood eateries here, then head to the wing dedicated to dining, opened by the center in 2013. For a break from hectic shopping, head to the piazza and garden on levels two and three for a picturesque view of scenic city skyline. To visit Marina Square and other attractions in Singapore, use our Singapore travel itinerary maker.
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  • The food court on the third floor has a great view over the marina and lots of reasonably priced options for food and drinks. 
  • Watching the show wonder full of light at the Conrad hotel of shopping mall "Marina square" merlion Park velodrome walks, sought a court. Shops are closed because it was past the meal time times is around the other travelers were food court on the 4th floor (lol) some do not know the entrance from ground level, but also chirahora. Poker share 2 desserts iced CHAN while tasting the corn is on ice is local flavor? What was fresh was so hot I thought big and cones are the last remaining? That was the feeling.
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  • a tourist will love Marina Square. walking from either Pan Pacific or Mandarin Singapore, he/she will be spoilt for choice at the endless rows of shops. walked from Pan Pacific in search of dinner, an...  more »
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  • Used to be better in terms of dining to shopping mix. Still decent now, though much remains to be seen since it is undergoing a refurbishment.
  • There is a wide variety of shops and dining options. It is more crowded on weekdays due to office workers. Might be hard to get a seat during the peak lunch hour. It is quite a walking distance if you are coming from City Hall MRT. Better to alight at Esplanade MRT.
  • The view from the food court is very nice. You can see the merlion, singapore river, Marina Bay Sands from here. But the food court is always crowed and quite expensive. There are many shops and restaurants here. You can spent whole day here.
  • Parking is ample however some walking may be needed due to the large parking spaces available in the mall. An extension was introduced to the mall however nothing much of interest at the new extension to warrant an extra steps unless you are heading to the awesome Japanese supermarket.
  • The main plus point about this place is that it's not as crowded as other malls, ample parking spaces and during meal times, no need to queue even on weekends! Lots of kids facilities around (pororo park, kids indoor playground, etc) so family with kids will be able to heave a sigh of relief. The only drawback is that there's no supermarket to do your grocery run. Hope all these changes soon when the facelift program completes!