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Marina Square, Singapore

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 150+ 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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  • There are still many empty shops here & the mall is "quiet" even on a Saturday- except perhaps for only some dining outlets & kids related shops. It's a pity that after a major nice revamp last year, ...  read more »
  • Had been deserted during the week. Went to the 4th floor chicken shop cold chicken, tasty as Word of mouth.
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  • Was staying at the hotel were tied, so I walked. It is a mall-based clothing, cosmetics, electrical appliances, supervised childcare spaces, karaoke until the lives of local people. Especially food many types, there was a corner of Japan. The Aquarium, in preserves and flounder, crab and lobster there were a little? For as it was. To find interesting souvenirs you don't have to go all the way, but good!
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  • There's a Pororo Park for families with kids. Good range of eateries. Shop mix can be better; I missed the cinema and bowling centre of yore. Links to Suntec City and Millennia Walk, as well as Pan Pacific Hotel and Marina Mandarin Hotel - Marina Square shares car park with Marina Mandarin Hotel. Good to stop by if attending events at Esplanade and Floating Platform.
  • On its own, Marina Square isn't amazing. But in conjunction with Suntec City next door, which despite its deceptively large exterior isn't really a nice place to windowshop due to limited options Marina Square is a nice place to kill some time.
  • Came for Manekineko which was alright. The selection of restaurants here is fantastic though. The renamed isteamboat is one of my favorites.
  • I used to love coming here when the Metro store was around. The HK cafe also closed down so that's another good place to leave this mall.
  • Singapore is full of malls, old and new ones. This one is rather old but recently renovated. Lots of shops are still empty so I'm not very certain about its future. Worth visiting is a food court with great panoramic view of the whole marina Bay.
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