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Quayside Isle, Singapore
(4.5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Quayside Isle (圣景湾) is the only integrated retail development within the renowned Sentosa Cove estate – one of the world’s most exclusive marina residential communities.

With more than 16 international waterfront restaurants and 9 thoughtfully curated specialty stores, patrons are often too spoiled for choice.

With breath-taking views of the marina, Quayside Isle is the ultimate lifestyle and dining destination for trendsetters, well-heeled residents and tourists alike, on Singapore’s idyllic Sentosa Island.

Strategically located next to the hip and happening W Singapore – Sentosa Cove hotel and the luxurious The Residences at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is one of the best happening area with bars, live music, fine dining restaurants open till late. 
  • This is a very relaxing part of singapore , doesn't have the buzziness of the city. We went to the greenwood seafood market and the seafood there are very fresh and the price is reasonable as compared...  more »
  • Recently visited Quayside Isle for the very first time with a couple of friends. We spent a few hours in the area at night. A wide range of bars, restaurants and cafés are available, with many cuisine...  more »
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  • Gorgeous marina adjacent row of restaurants. Go down for brunch on the weekday and you can pretty much discount sentosa entrance fee and parking!
  • Nice and chill place. Love the vibe here. Would be nice to bring puppies here for a walk.
  • A place which doesnt feel so much like Singapore. Luxury dining area, with W Sentosa hotel just around the corner.
  • A nice quiet stretch, good for a weekend brunch. The food prices are predictably "Sentosa" though.
  • Loved the island. Worth it