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Standing at 8.6 metres high and weighing 70 tonnes, the Merlion statue has a lion’s head and a fish’s body, and is housed here in this 2,500 square metre park.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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1 Fullerton Road One Fullerton | Merlion Park, Singapore 049213, Singapore
Marina Bay
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+65 6736 6622
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A tourist or a visitor of Singapore can’t say he’s been here if he doesn’t have a photo of the papa Merlion 😄😄😄, that’s what my guide said. And it’s true, the Merlion Park is packed with all kinds of people from all walks of...More

Thank Kate L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Whooooo what is this place man.. this place really struck my mind and heart instantly the moment I reached this place.. such thing happened every rarely to me and m glad this happened with me and with this beautiful merlion park .. v went to...More

Thank Richa S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Merlion Park is one of the best tourist attraction in Singapore , it's like you find your peace when you visited here. It is also an IG perfect location if you are an IG artist or even a blogger

Thank Shania Jesseca C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Merlion Park on the waterfront is a nice bit very crowded spot. Both large and small Merlions on show. Great views of the stunning marina architecture a bonus.

Thank ColinRosewarne
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Merlion used to be the most popular land mark of Singapore. Now, it’s the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. But it continues to draw huge crowds from all over the world. Very instagramable indeed. It’s beautiful.

Thank joclaves
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was really a nice place beside the sea which can offer you memorable photos. Nice sea view and of course crowded but still relaxing point to sit down and enjoy the scenery of Merlion , city and sea. But the restaurants were too expensive....More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Merlion is very cool and it has a littler version only a few metres away. Definitely worth a visit. It’s very popular with tourists, but not unbearably crowded.

Thank Kim L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Whilst visiting Singapore for the first time stopped off here for the obligatory photo with the Merlion. As well as the main one spouting water there is also a smaller one in the same area. The location is also a great location in which to...More

Thank DizzyBlonde23
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is one place you have to visit. In truth it’s a little underwhelming, but if you don’t come your visit isn’t complete. It’s always busy, which shows its popularity in Singapore. Make sure you visit!!

Thank Nick M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Without a doubt, the most identifiable image of the country, and commonly seen in brochures, ads, and even on fighter jets (as seen at the Air Force Museum). Set right on the waterfront, this little showcase is a must see when visiting, and this was...More

Thank Jeff206
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anapratiwi_27
10 September 2018|
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Response from Steve S | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is always open access to Merlion
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anapratiwi_27
4 September 2018|
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Response from DrNitinPuri | Reviewed this property |
Its an open area with no specific entrance gate etc. It has Merlion statue with shops and seating area in open. Opposite to it below bridge is 7-11 store and few more. So practically you can visit anytime
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Layan C
25 February 2018|
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Response from Edgar N | Reviewed this property |
if you're from marina bay mrt station is a 15 min walk at raffles place mrt you exit from B of raffles place head towards battery road head right to fullerton square turn left to fullerton road then left again to connaught... More
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