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Be captivated by the bright lights of the Singapore Flyer and the Central Business District skyline against the sky at sunset, reflected in the still waters of the Marina Barrage. This Reservoir in the City was created with three key benefits, to...more
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My family visit Marina Barrage about twice a month on average because it's basically a free attraction. My boys, aged 8 and 3 1/2 years old, love playing in the water (only ankle deep to shin deep). After that, we would walk up the slope...More
3rd visit to this place. Ample parking. Good view of sea m Eastern anchorage. Can be breezy but also has scorching sun if weather is not cloudy. Good place to walk around. Good view of CDB skyline. I going some renovations do restaurant not opened....More
Went by to do some video walking at Marina Barrage. As a Singaporean, I always thought it was a tourist place and somehow envisioned it would be filled with tourist. I am glad to say I was wrong. There are magnificent 360-degree views of the...More
This is a great walk and relatively quiet. I got to see the barrage gate opening which was pretty unexciting! The area is free of most tourists and there are some great views out across the water and over to East Coast Park.
We went there on Monday, 21st Jan, not expecting much rather than exhibition on the development of water catchment and distribution in Singapore. Our previous visit was Feb last year, only to be disappointed by its closure (upgrading). During this visit we were impressed by...More
As a Singaporean, I feel proud to be able to bring my overseas friends to this facility. It’s free and what’s more important is that it provides a beautiful view of the Singapore Skyline. Go about 6.45pm and you can view the transition of daylight...More
We walked from the East Coast Park to the East side of the Barrage and across the barrage itself to the Barrage Building Complex. The photo opportunities from the barrage are excellent for capturing the iconic structures of the Singapore skyline. The Barrage “Centre” on...More
The Barrage is a great location for views of Singapore. Viewing from the top of the Barrage Visitor Center which has a grassy slope leading to the building roof. Take a kite if you want to fly it in the breeze.
An easy walk from...More
Response from geraldchan | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can, in fact there's a cycling/running route from East Coast Park to Marina Bay Sands. You could rent bicycles from one of the many bicycle rental shops at East Coast Park should you choose to cycle. Have fun!