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The largest co-working space provider in Singapore is ready to impress with Singapore’s first co-working space in a shopping mall within the Marina Centre Precinct!
Estimated to house more than 1,000 members, JustCo @ Marina Square takes on a different concept from the other JustCo centres. With a location like Marina Square, JustCo combines retail and coworking elements within the same space and community by having a marketplace where members and partners get complimentary booths to showcase their products. JustCo @ Marina Square has the capacity to host large events and potential to house an extensive network for community collaborations.
Green Ba is a vegetarian dining concept offering a delectable variety of Asian and Western dishes to delight discerning taste buds. Every serving is prepared with fresh ingredients picked by their chefs.
With more than 50 dishes to choose from, you can enjoy traditional Asian food such as Thai and Indonesian cuisine prepared in healthier style. Green Ba is here to bring healthier choices without the guilt and share the wonders of vegetarian diet.
Enjoy comforting and authentic "Thai Boat Noodle" at Gu Thai Noodle Café's newest outlet located at Marina Square.
Thai Boat noodle also known as Kuaitiao Ruea in Thai, is a Thai style noodle dish, which has a strong flavor. It contains both pork and beef, as well as dark soy sauce, pickled bean curd and some other spices and is normally served with meatballs and pig’s liver. The soup also contains nam tok which is cow or pigs blood mixed with salt, to season the soup. The color of the soup is similar to beef noodles soup. It is commonly served in a small bowl. The other ingredients of boat noodles are garlic, fried garlic, radish, cinnamon, bean sprouts, parsley, morning glory and some paprika.
Shang Pin Hot Pot at Marina Square provides a wholesome variety of Chinese steamboat ingredients that would satisfy all your hotpot cravings. Its charm lies in its unassuming, no-frills restaurant setup, where diners can simply enjoy the fresh meat variants, vegetables and rich broth at friendly prices.
With more than twenty condiments to select from, guests can tailor a unique dipping sauce for their tastebuds and create their ideal complements to the steamboat meal; free flow drinks are available as well. Coupled with excellent waitstaff who are prompt with their service, Shang Pin makes for an enjoyable steamboat experience.
ERGOWORKS, a leading brand in holistic ergonomic and posture wellness solutions, has recently expanded its flagship lifestyle showroom in Marina Square to approximately 3,000 sqft. It is the largest ergonomic lifestyle showroom in South East Asia.
ERGOWORKS is an ergonomics concept store that provides an integrated solution for one who appreciates the benefits of healthy ergonomics lifestyle. Ergonomics is the study of the design of equipment and furniture that promotes good posture.
ERGOWORKS is the ONLY ergonomic brand that endorsed and recommended by Both Singapore Physiotherapy Association (SPA) and The Chiropractic Association (Singapore).
Currently, ERGOWORKS has 3 lifestyle showrooms located at Marina Square, The Centrepoint and Causeway Point.
The Maria Square flagship showroom has crafted into 5 main zones for the ease of their customers: Ergo-Active, Ergo-Comfort, Ergo-Health, Ergo-Sleep and Ergo-Junior.
Ergo-Active – promoting Active sitting and standing in office and home.
Ergo-Comfort – Extensive range of ergo accessories to provide ultimate comfort and support.
Ergo-Health – Maintain a healthy posture and body.
Ergo-Sleep – Have a quality sleep with our customised pillow and mattress.
Ergo-Junior – Protect kids’ spine health with Ergoworks healthy study desk and chair sets, Impact ergonomic backpacks and accessories.
The Millennium Dance Complex is known worldwide as the premiere studio of the commercial dance world and is widely referred to as ‘the place where it all happens’. Its 1st Singapore outlet is now open at Marina Square.
Born in 1992, Millennium Dance Complex is the most famous dance studio brand in the world. Founded in Los Angeles, USA, it has been fuelled by Hollywood’s entertainment business’s hype machine. Millennium Dance Complex is the preeminent dance instruction brand in commercial dance. Millennium offers dance and dance fitness classes to everyone from beginning dancers to Hollywood’s biggest celebrities such as Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Ariana Grande, Pink and Diddy.
Millennium is home to some of dance’s best and highest-profile choreographers, who choreograph and teach the biggest pop stars when they practice for their videos and tours. Dance’s popularity continues to explode thanks to increased exposure on television, in movies, and major concerts. With its focus on contemporary, popular music and dance, Millennium distinguishes itself from the existing competition of aged dance studio brands that focus on ballroom and classical dance and do not appeal to the modern, progressive population.
The Millennium Dance Complex is known worldwide as the premiere studio of the commercial dance world and is widely referred to as a 'the place where it all happens'. Although the studio's A-list clientele and a faculty of the most sought after dancers and choreographers in the world has catapulted MILLENNIUM to a global brand, it still remains notably grounded, welcoming and dedicated to the highest level of service and instruction.
Be wooed by Wandewoo's curated range of handmade and hand-painted home and lifestyle accessories.
This new store at Marina Square is the brainchild of Singaporean space stylist, Sonny Boey and his two siblings.
Wandewoo, a beautiful portmanteau created from a combination of the English words wander and woo. Through Wandewoo, the founders of the company want to woo the world with their curated range of beautiful and asthetically exquisite products that would style up the working and living spaces of city dwellers.
Wander freely throught the aisles, feel the exquisite pieces and be awed by the creative store display in Wandewoo. A wonderful shopping experience awaits you!
The North Face® Singapore launches Southeast Asia’s 1st ever Outdoor Training Station & a new Progressive Playground store concept to transform your outdoor retail experience!
Head down to Marina Square and explore The North Face’s brand-new store concepts which includes the Outdoor Training Station, a first-of-its-kind outdoor retail facility in Southeast Asia adapted from its flagship store in Shanghai, China.
With merchandise including limited edition pieces exclusively from Japan and Korea, these items are targeted to meet the needs of the brand’s core outdoor activities such as mountaineering, climbing, trail running and hiking. These stores will transform the way outdoor enthusiasts search for high performance gear in pursuit of their adventure conquest.
Established in 2004, School of Music and the Arts (SOMA) is a premier music institution in Singapore, focusing on both contemporary and classical music performance as well as career skills in Songwriting, Music Production and Audio Engineering.
As a Private Education Institution registered with the Council for Private Education (CPE) in Singapore, SOMA offers a world-class arts education centered on practical and relevant skills for both adults and children.
Conveniently located in Marina Square, SOMA’s new 3500 sq ft facility includes 5 classrooms, an Apple Mac lab, a recording studio, a dance studio and a retail store.
SOMA offers courses for all ages; 2 diploma programs, 6 certificate courses, 8 music performance labs and 3 dance performance labs. For their performance labs, which are weekly instrumental, voice or dance instruction, students can choose to learn in a group setting or a more customized one-on-one program.
SOMA is an official Examination Partner with ABRSM and Rockschool where students can opt to take graded examinations. There is also a retail store selling instruments, guidebooks, audio gear and accessories to provide students with the best support for their education.
Most recently, SOMA launched their dance performance labs focusing on Hip Hop, K-Pop and Jazz techniques. These classes cater to different levels of dancers, from absolute beginners looking to groove to the latest hits, to experienced dancers looking to improve on their technique.
Join SOMA next weekend for an exciting line-up of free music and dance workshops taught by some of the best in the industry! These instructors have worked with international artistes including Jacky Cheung, JJ Lin, David Tao, Stefanie Sun, Lee Hom, Air Supply and Pentatonix. Visit www.soma.edu.sg/ilovemusic for more information.
Mt. Sapola Singapore reaches a key milestone as it relaunches itself as HYSSES, together with the introduction of a new corporate logo, website, and brand identity.
This rebranding exercise is a representation of its successful and ongoing transition to a company well beyond its minimalist spa-at-home heritage.
HYSSES is a premium aromatherapy house that carries a treasure trove of essential oil-based products including home living, hair and body care and all-natural skin care. With 14 boutiques in Singapore alone, it is Singapore's most prominent brand in the industry. HYSSES consciously designs each product to honour high quality standards as much as it pays tribute to the native communities that have helped shaped and broaden its journey. When nature pampers, it's undeniably HYSSES.
A haven for the seafood lovers, Le Garden Seafood is an exquisite fish restaurant that started on Temple Street and has now expanded aptly to Marina Square.
With opulent booth seating and elegant decor, Le Garden provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic date or a special evening out in Singapore. Go for the seafood steampot and have it cooked right at your very own table for a communal dining experience with your loved ones.
The new XTRA Retail, designed by Singapore-based design practice, Produce, is located in the new wing of Marina Square. The single-storey, 13,000 square-feet space will house various shop-in-shop experiences by Herman Miller, Magis, Moroso, Tom Dixon, Foscarini, Dedon, and more, alongside an integrated Kith café.
Founded since 1989, XTRA was originally sited in a pre-war conservation shophouse in the east, and they started as an alternative eclectic design store, but have since evolved into a mainstream store with a carefully curated range of global design products for both the residential and contract market. Visitors are invited to see, touch and immerse in premium designer furniture within the new experiential space.
Herschel Supply Co. is based in Vancouver, Canada and manufactures the finest quality backpacks, bags, travel goods and accessories. From 7 December, it will be available at Marina Square.
In the early 1900s, Peter Alexander Cormack, a barrel maker by trade, and his wife Annie made the journey from Wick, Scotland, to Canada. The couple settled in the small town of Herschel, whose population today is counted at 30 residents. Founded in 2009 by brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack, Herschel Supply Co. adopted the name of the town where three generations of their family grew up. Herschel Supply Co. is a design driven global accessories brand that produces quality products with a fine regard for detail.
The second permanent Rolex Exhibition in the world is now open in Singapore.
As a legendary brand that needs no introduction, a Rolex can be an absolute necessary to own for watch aficionados. But for those of us looking to learn more about the brand before we put down the necessary cash, the newly-opened Rolex boutique, created in collaboration with long-term retail partnerCortina Watch, is a great place to learn more about this fabled manufacture.
The new store is a sprawling 513 square-metre boutique and is located in the new wing of Marina Square, a mall that’s sure to be getting a perception-upgrade with the new store. Inside, Rolex fans and new watch buyers alike are given a glimpse into just what the brand’s “passion for excellence” means. That includes a look into its history, from the invention of the waterproof wristwatch (the Oyster) to more of its legendary designs, as well as to include its partnerships with various brands.
The exhibition includes The Rolex Way which highlights the brand’s history, from its founding in 1905 by Hans Wilsdorf to its current-day incarnation. Along the way, visitors can look at six automated showcases featuring exclusive Rolex components including the latest Perpetual movement, the steel case, the President bracelet, the Cerachrom bezel and the new Chronergy escapement.
The next part, The World of Rolex showcases the brand’s many impressive partnerships with athletes who have broken world records, and explorers who have made new discoveries and crossed various frontiers. The area includes video screens in the lounge area where guests can relax and indulge with a drink at the bar that features a bronzed mirror finish and aqua wall.
Rolex and the Deep focuses on Rolex’s signature relationship with the sea, highlighted by two landmark submarine expeditions that were made in 1960 and 2012 to the Mariana Trench. It includes the only two watches to have ever been on manned dives to the deepest point in the oceans — the experimental Rolex Deep Sea Special, and Rolex Deeps Challenge.
Beyond the exhibition, guests looking to make a purchase can take a look at the Oyster and Cellini collections in their full glory. Spacious and well-lit, the boutique is a true taste of the brand’s history and personality, featuring the latest interior design concepts created by Rolex in Geneva. Only the best material from Vistosi Murano from Venice for the chandelier, to imported marble finishes from Italy. This marks only the second such store in the world for Rolex, with the first being in Shanghai.
DP Architects is an established homegrown architecture firm with five decades of international design experience, while GRUB is a young Singapore culinary company advocating quality modern local food. Through this collaboration, redpan aims to redesign the culinary experience.
Red represents Singapore and passion, and celebrates their food and design heritage; Pan refers to the culinary essential, and alludes to the crucible of this creative design and culinary experiment.
redpan is a champion of local fun dining, serving creative interpretations of modern dishes with a spotlight on local ingredients and familiar flavours.
Quality food at very reasonable prices. Always aligned to the GRUB promise that the food they serve is what they will feed their families. To feature a slice of Singapore's culinary history, in line with DP Architects' local heritage yet high standing on the international field.
Kai Garden’s owner and executive chef, Fung Chi Keung, puts his own unique twists on traditional Cantonese favourites without compromising on the flavour of each dish. Be delighted and surprised by the presentation of the dishes as you savour the goodness of the food.
Themed after the most loved animation character in Korea, Pororo Park integrates entertainment and educational elements in an indoor playground setting. With seven Pororo Parks in Korea and three locations in China, Pororo Park Singapore will be the first Pororo Park in Southeast Asia opening early November 2015.
Join them on a delightful exploration journey to the snowy village of Porong Porong Forest with Pororo the Little Penguin and his beloved friends. Lots of fun and adventure awaits you with rides, indoor playground, arts & science classes and live shows.
A truly integrated edutainment center, Pororo Park Singapore is the place to be for fantastic family fun!