A visit to Marina Bay Singapore is a treat for your senses. Located in the central region of Singapore, this breathtaking site with various attractions, like the ArtScience Museum, SuperTree Grove, and Merlion Park, is definitely a place you should explore and rediscover in the city.
From mind-blowing architectural masterpieces to shopping and dining spots, there are a plethora of activities for you to indulge in while you’re there. Here are SG Bike’s top 5 inexpensive things to do to get the best experience as you cycle around Marina Bay! 😍
BUTTT... not sure where to rent a bike if you don’t own one? Check out SG Bike bicycles 🚲 (Download the app here to begin!) from the yellow box outside The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands or Red Dot Design Museum to help you kick-start your journey around Marina Bay!
Now let’s begin!! 😊
1. Snap photos at the iconic Merlion Park
Cycle over to Merlion Park and take plenty of photos with the legendary mascot of the city - The half-fish and half-lion Merlion statue. You can either get creative and opt for peculiar poses when trying to snap a photo with the Merlion, or you can up your Instagram game by taking aesthetic shots of the Singaporean cityscape!
Address: 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Opening hours: 24 Hours, Daily
(BONUS): Feeling ambitious? SG Bike challenges you to make a detour to Lau Pa Sat! 😛 Fuel up on some food at Food Folks before carrying on with your cycling journey. Check out our list of recommendations here! What? Aiyo no need to thank us la…… 😉
2. Visit the world's first floating Apple store
If you have yet to visit Apple’s floating store that is located right in front of the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, now is a great time to check it out!
This floating glass orb that kind of reminds us of a UFO 🤔 is said to comprise 114 pieces of glass with only 10 thin vertical mullions for structural support. Entirely surrounded by water, the store’s open show floor concept without pillars allows you to roam freely around the circumference and enjoy an unobstructed 360-degree panorama of the bay 👀. You can also check out curated Apple products and accessories or even receive personal technical support while you’re there!
Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, B2-06, Singapore 018972
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm, Daily
3. Wander over to the Helix Bridge
Follow the perimeter of the bay and cycle towards the Helix Bridge 🧬 - an ever-popular landmark that not only provides quick access to Marina Bay Sands for pedestrians coming from the City Hall and Esplanade area, but also offers remarkable views of the city skyline 🏙😍. Another great opportunity to take your OOTD shots!
Note: Do remember to dismount and push the bicycles when heading up the Helix Bridge.
4. Explore Gardens by the Bay
How can you miss out on Gardens by the Bay if you’re in the area?! Continue your cycling route towards this huge, futuristic park for a nature fix 🌷🌺. If you don’t wish to spend your money on the Flower Dome or Cloud Forest Dome, you can always explore its free-of-charge outdoor gardens such as the SuperTree Grove 🌴 or the Far East Organization Children’s Garden! The latter is perfect for families with children aged 12 and below as it offers a wide array of water play features 💦.
Tip: Head to the SuperTree Grove in the evening if you wish to catch its stunning Garden Rhapsody light and sound show! Look forward to the exciting shows lined up for 2021 ✨
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: For more information about the hours and admission for the various attractions, check out here.
5. Dine at Satay by the Bay
Grrrr… is that your stomach growling? Time to satisfy your hunger after all that sightseeing and picture taking! Ride towards Satay by the Bay and you can conveniently park your bicycles at the parking bay located right outside the food centre. Feast on their delicious mix of local street food 🍚🍲🍽️ (satay, BBQ chicken wings, Hokkien mee & more!) while enjoying the enviable views of the Marina Bay landscape against the backdrop of lush greenery.
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive #01-19
Opening hours: 11am to 10pm (Food stalls), 10:30am to 10pm (Drinks stall)
Update: As of 16 May 2021, dine-in options will not be available, only take-aways.
Hopefully, this list will provide you with an unforgettable experience in Marina Bay as you start rediscovering Singapore. Share your photos with us by tagging @sgbikesingapore & #sgbikesingapore on Instagram and who knows? You might be featured on our page!! 😉