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Wallich Residence at Tanjong Pagar Centre is located from 39th to 64th floors. Wallich Residence is Singapore’s tallest residential development. Each home is fitted with top-of-the-line materials and fittings. Standing at 290m, Tanjong Pagar Centre is the tallest building in Singapore. Wallich Residence at Tanjong Pagar Centre comes with 181 exclusive residences ranging from 1Read more about Wallich Residence[…]
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There is a Coffee Festival at the bay this weekend. Head to the Singapore Coffee Festival at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre for not just a wide selection of coffee, but also cocktails and a smorgasbord of delicious sweet and savoury treats. Participate in coffee workshops, enjoy the music and more. Straits Times
The new integrated development will stand at 51-storey with a height of 280m — on par with the tallest buildings in Raffles Place. It will feature 29 floors of premium Grade A office space on the top floors spanning 635,000 sq ft of net lettable area (NLA); an eight-storey, 299-unit serviced residence to be managedRead more about Golden Shoe to be redeveloped into a 51 storey integrated development[…]
URA has put together a beautiful story of Marina Bay that spanned more than a hundred years. The Marina Bay we know today was a piece of reclaimed land back in the early 70s. The story journeyed through time to a world class financial center and a play ground for all.
Check out a time period to see the Marina Bay milestones.
Marina Bay Sands has revamped the Laser Show in June 2017. Using a combination of state-of-the-art lasers, lights, water effects and projections, the new, free Marina Bay Sands light show will present a multimedia spectacular based on Singapore’s journey to becoming the cosmopolitan society it is today. The 15-minute show is set to an orchestral soundtrackRead more about The all-new laser show at Marina Bay Sands[…]
A more walkable and bike friendly civic district is in the plan. Two of Bencoolen Street’s four original car lanes have been converted into footpaths for pedestrians and a cycling path. Sheltered linkways now connect bus stops and the Bras Basah MRT station to nearby developments such as Manulife Centre and the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Nafa).
The government will introduce “car-lite and people-centric” theme in Kampong Bugis, a 17.4ha residential precinct bounded by the Kallang River, Crawford Street and Kallang Road. Read more about Kampong Bugis to go car-lite …
The Sail Management went to court to settle the encroachment issue where the business operator at The Sail @ Marina Bay put chairs, tables and other objects in the common of the condominium. The encroachment rule seem a bit grey before the Management challenge the business operator in court. Now the The Sail Management hasRead more about Law of encroachment at The Sail @ Marina Bay[…]