Flexible Office Spaces along Marina Boulevard
Scotts Road is a 1.2-kilometre road in Singapore’s Central Area. It begins at its junction with Orchard Road and ends at its junction with Newton Circus.
Where to Find Coworking Spaces, Private Offices or Serviced Offices at Marina Boulevard, Singapore
Singapore has one of fastest growing economies in the world and many desire to set up their offices in Singapore’s CBD. One of the many office buildings in the area is Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1. Located in 8 Marina Boulevard, this office tower is only 3 minutes away from Downtown (DT17) station and 6 minutes from Marina One shopping centre. It’s also leased to international banking and financial institutions and legal firms such as anchor tenant Standard Chartered Bank and Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow. At the top of the building, you will find LeVeL33, the world’s highest urban microbrewery while at the ground floor, there’s the Boulevard Bayfront where one can grab some gourmet food and wine.
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower has one of osDORO’s flexible offices perfect for a team of 7. It comes fully furnished and with flexible payment terms. To help you find the best office at the best deal, our local team from within the Singapore CBD area can direct you to the closest amenities and will personally give you an office tour. Our seasoned and trained commercial property experts will also help you shortlist and negotiate the best office and rental conditions for your preferred office space.
More about Marina Boulevard
What to See
The Sail @ Manila Bay
Ths Sail is a mixed-use development which consists of three office towers, two residential towers and a shopping mall called Marina Bay Link Mall. The Sail is famous for its 5-star full serviced-apartments, meanwhile the Marina Bay Link Mall is a subterranean mall featuring a range of retail and F&B attractions along the Underground Pedestrian Network (UPN).
The Promontory @ Marina Bay is a public greenfield site along Marina Boulevard. It serves as a picnic site and viewing platform for carnivals and concerts, such as the Marina Bay Singapore Countdown, i Light Marina Bay, and the Extreme Sailing Series.
Gardens By The Bay
Gadens By The Bay is a nature park in the Central Region of Singapore. Built adjacent to the Marina Reservoir, the gardens consist of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden in Marina South, Bay East Garden in Marina East, and Bay Central Garden in Downtown Core and Kallang.
The Gardens is part of Singapore’s initiative to improve the quality of life of city dwellers by enhancing greenery and flora in the city. At present, Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore’s premier urban outdoor recreation spaces and a national icon. It’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country with millions of visitors every year.
Marina South Pier
A pier in Marina South, Marina South Pier was built in 2006 after the construction of Marina Barrage to replace Clifford pier. It serves as a terminal for tourists and day-trippers who board one of the many ferries that sail between Kusu Island and Saint John’s Island.
CENTRAL LINEAR PARK
Central Linear Park is a 12,000 square metre green oasis in the heart of the city’s central business district. It has lush green lawns lined by park benches and shady trees to help add some greenery to Marina Bay. It also doubles as a venue for public and private events like concerts and various other performances.
MARINA BAY FINANCIAL CENTRE
The Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) is a business complex in Singapore’s central business district that aims to integrate living, working, and leisure altogether. With 3 skyscrapers standing at 33, 50, and 46 storeys high, each of them offers a breathtaking views of Singapore’s city skyline.
Where to Eat in and around Marina Boulevard
As one of the most visited areas in Singapore, there are plenty of excellent restaurants in Marina Boulevard. Some of the more notables ones include:
- Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant – An award-winning Japanese BBQ restaurant located in the Marina Square Shopping Mall. This casual dining Japanese restaurant specialises in Wagyu Beef BBQ. Aside from that, they serve an array of salad, sushi, sashimi, noodles, grilled food, and more. Some of their best selling dishes include their Shishamo, Tempura Moriawase, Tamago Soup, Cha Soba, California Roll, and Maguro Sashimi.
- Boulevard Asia Square – A mixed-cuisine restaurant offering some of the best Asian and Western cuisines in Singapore. They serve a tantalising collection of dishes ranging from a variety of burgers, pizzas, pasta, bar bites, as well as local delights, beers, International cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages in a classy and contemporary atmosphere. Some of their must try dishes include their Classic Cheese Burger, Singapore Style Carrot Cake, Margherita Pizza, Aglio Olio Spaghetti, New York Strip Steak, and Truffle Parmesan Fries.
- Kimoto Gastro Bar – A Japanese restaurant cum bar that serves a wide array of dishes and alcoholic beverages suitable to both group gatherings and casual dining. Some of their famous menu items include their Kushiyaki Don, Tempura Don Set, and Yakitori Don Set.
- AquaMarine – A Halal buffet restaurant that serves an impressive spread of seafoods, meats, and stews from various cuisines. Some of their tastiest offerings include their crab legs and prawns from the chilled seafood station, various freshly-sliced sashimi from the Japanese station, local dishes like Singapore Chilli Crab and Assam Fish Head Curry, as well as succulent live carvings that change seasonally. They also serve diverse desserts in bite-sized portions!