Marina South Pier
Marina South Pier is a public landing point operated by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
Marina South Pier is primarily used by small passenger launches and ferries for the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers, which include ships’ crew, agents and service providers boarding ships anchored in the Eastern Anchorages.
It is also used by sightseers going on harbour cruises or travelling to Singapore’s southern islands, as well as pilgrims travelling to Kusu Island during the annual one-month long Kusu Pilgrimage Season.
Facilities available for rent
The rooftop is currently available for rent. Located on the third storey and with breathtaking views, the 1,400 square metres of space caters for up to 500 guests, giving a convivial and friendly atmosphere yet still retaining an air of sophistication.
This exceptional location overlooks the world-famous Straits of Singapore and in the evening as the sun sets and the moon rises, the lights of a thousand ships twinkle in the distance. The gentle sea breeze provides a unique ambient outdoor setting for evening functions, product launches, parties and anniversaries at a truly exclusive and idyllic location.
Contact & further details
If you are interested in taking advantage of this superb venue and would like further details or a private viewing, please write to our Space Management Dept at firstname.lastname@example.org and our officer will get in touch with you.
31 Marina Coastal Drive
Marina South Pier carpark is automated with full Electronic Parking System (EPS) with payment via CashCard/CEPAS. As parking lots are limited at Marina South Pier, members of the public can also park at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, the nearest carpark to Marina South Pier.
Marina South Pier is easily accessible via the Marina South Pier MRT Station (NS28), which is along the North-South line. Members of the public may also take SBS Transit Bus No. 402 to Marina South Pier. Please refer to the SBS TransitLink E-guide – Bus Enquiry for route details.
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