AMIDST PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS
At the heart of good living is the community around it. Residents of V on Shenton will have near constant access to every excitement in the city centre, and all the stomping grounds that deliver year-round arts, culture, lifestyle and entertainment.
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The national dam is both an engineering feat and a recreational centre for scenic walks, picnics on the roof, various water-based activities and a tour of Sustainable Singapore Gallery.
SGX / CBD
The high-rise twin tower that houses the Singapore Exchange Centre sits just across the street from V ON SHENTON and marks the borders between the CBD and downtown Marina South.
The futuristic waterfront performing arts centre, besides having indoor concert halls and a public outdoor theatre, also houses a special arts library and other trendy retail and food services.
This long, aesthetically-exciting pedestrian bridge designed by COX Architects connects Marina Bay’s top attractions, and while at it, serves up an impressive city skyline as well as local youth art.
The place to take a ride on a giant observation wheel, savour the 360° panoramic view of the Marina Bay skyline, or browse local comfort food fare in a 1960s-themed food street.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
With its beautiful Tang-style temple architecture, BTRTM is a destination for richly designed interiors, exhibits on Buddhist art and history, and stories about a sacred relic.
Anchored by The Central mall and nightlife establishment Zouk, Clarke Quay is a colourful scene of bustling waterfront life, river cruises, and restaurants and bars housed in historic shophouses.
A lively mix of old and new, where traditional medicinal halls are found amongst stylish bars in hotspots like Telok Ayer, Duxton and Keong Saik, the sights and sounds of Chinatown will never tire.
Around the corner from Clarke Quay, this riverfront promenade lined with nightlife and historic shophouses is a gathering spot for live music, rooftop bars, football games and a cold beer or two.
The world’s highest microbrewery in the sky is also a super posh lounge and restaurant serving a good variety of quality brews, delicious food and a view of Marina Bay that is second to none.
Singapore's first financial hub, although dominated by high-rise architectural landmarks, is undergoing gradual transformation into a people-friendly area with parks, lifestyle amenities and cycling paths.
The Fullerton Hotel
A walk along the Singapore River will require a pitstop at this restored five-star luxury hotel, a majestic classical building with some good bars and lounges in the hotel lobby.
Singapore Chinese Orchestra
The gazetted Singapore Conference Hall building is now home to Singapore's only professional Chinese orchestra, who is known for incorporating Nanyang music elements into its unique repertoire.
Marina Bay Sands
The integrated waterfront resort combines hotel, convention centre and the cutting-edge ArtScience museum into a full entertainment experience with a casino, a mall, dining attractions, and performing theatres.
Marina Bay Cruise Centre
Innovatively designed to accommodate the world's largest ships, MBCCS is an architectural icon that offers premier pre-cruise, post-arrival experience with a view of downtown Singapore skyline.
Marina Bay Link Mall
The largely subterranean mall features shops and dining attractions, while connecting the surrounding developments via a basement link that stretches from Raffles Place to Downtown MRT station.
A stone’s throw away from V ON SHENTON is this unique development conceptualised as a one-stop location for new beauty, lifestyle, F&B and fitness experiences.
Tanjong Pagar Park
The new Tanjong Pagar Park is a 150,000 sq ft landscaped Urban Park that features a green lawn, rooftop gardens and a wide, open space sheltered by a glass canopy for recreational and lifestyle events.