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HarbourFront is a waterfront district situated in southern Singapore. While HarbourFront's boundaries are ambiguous; its location is roughly represented on the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Master Plan as a subzone called Maritime Square, located within the Bukit Merah Planning Area.
Main thoroughfares in HarbourFront include Keppel Way and Telok Blangah Road. Notable buildings in the vicinity include HarbourFront Centre, Singapore Cruise Centre, St James Power Station and VivoCity. Maritime Square is currently being redeveloped into a new business and lifestyle hub.
If you're in the Telok Blangah area, look up. See the waterfront where the cable cars high above leave the mainland for Sentosa
That's HarbourFront, a bustling precinct where Singaporeans and visitors alike come to eat, shop, work and play, thanks to Singapore's largest mall, VivoCity, and its neighbour HarbourFront Centre.
HarbourFront is the place to go if you're hopping on a cruise from Singapore, taking a regional ferry or want to eat, shop or relax.
Visitors can use the North East Line to get to HarbourFront.
Buses are available around all parts of Singapore from 5.30am to midnight. Users will reach the destination at the bus stop number 1414.
Visitors can use the latest highway, the Kallang–Paya Lebar Expressway ( KPE) which only takes around 20 minutes from the city, depending on the traffic.
Changi Airport is located in the city. Visitors can grab a taxi or a bus from the airport to reach HarbourFront.
Songs of the Sea is a spectacular 30-minute light show which uses state of the art special effects, dazzling computer-generated images, and captivating music. Throw in huge fountains of water that are shot up into the night sky, illuminated brilliantly with lasers and LED lights, and you have yourself one must-see Sentosa show. Songs of the Sea is a perfect way to spend the evening, either to keep the kids entertained, or just a spot to practice your photography skills (getting that winning shot is quite a challenge).
Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. It was a key component of Genting's bid for the right to build Singapore's second integrated resort. On 8 December 2006, the Singapore government announced that the consortium had won the bid. Construction of the theme park and the rest of the resort started on 19 April 2007. It is the second Universal Studios theme park to open in Asia (Japan being the first) and the first in Southeast Asia. The official plans for the park were unveiled to the public when Universal Studios Singapore released a park map to the public on 20 October 2009. Universal Studios Singapore has since attracted more than 2 million visitors in the nine months from its opening.
The park has been marketed by Universal Parks & Resorts as a "one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia" and promised that the park would be the only one of its kind in Southeast Asia for the next 30 years.
Our properties are designed and built within a philosophy that invites our guests into a state of mind that is called Samadhi. In Sanskrit, Samadhi is the highest state of meditation - the moment when the mind achieves stillness, a state of meditative consciousness.
Samadhi Retreats aims to deliver a transcendent experience where anxieties of daily life are surrendered at our doors and guests transition to a relaxed state of mind. Our properties are located in destinations that offer unique choices set in unexpected locations across Asia.
Thoughtfully designed to complement their natural settings, the intentionally exclusive Samadhi destinations are renowned for invoking a sense of space and serve as a form of escape for the urban traveller.
At Samadhi Retreats, we value sustainability, underlying our commitment towards preserving our surroundings. We build responsibly, operate eco-consciously while drawing inspiration from a sense of place. Our properties are crafted with deliberation using strong overtones of natural materials, with the use of salvaged timber, essentially creating what we call 'Rustic-Luxe'.
Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore is part of a 30-hectare mixed-use development that is strategically located in the one-north business park, Singapore’s research & development hub which houses more than 400 companies. The development is well served by food & beverage outlets and retail amenities, including a supermarket, medical centre and post office amongst other stores. Commuting from the serviced residence is a breeze with the one-north Mass Rapid Transit Station located within the building. You are only a 30-minute ride from the Central Business District and can easily access attractions such as the Science Centre, Haw Par Villa theme park, as well as a popular dining spot, Holland Village. It is also close to the National University of Singapore, National University Hospital and Singapore Polytechnic.
A retreat for savvy independent travellers on an extended stay, the serviced residence offers a range of spacious one-bedroom loft units, featuring chic interiors with high ceilings, separate living and dining areas, kitchen and bedroom.