The design of the foodcourt is quite similar to the old Satay Club at The Esplanade, closed in 1995.
The casual-dining space spreads over 2,000 sq m, featuring eight satay pushcarts. Apart from those, 26 other carts offer seafood, barbecued chicken wings along with local delights such as hokkien mee. The 1,000 seater foodcourt is the perfect outdoor eatery that promotes energy-saving features as it is set beneath green roofs featuring natural ventilation.
Enjoy affordable delights with family and friends in this garden setting by the waterfront. From satay to chicken rice and BBQ seafood, there's something for everyone, including a selection of Halal-certified food offerings.
Marina One is a landmark mixed-use development with an enviable location at Marina South, a district designated as a high growth area to establish a global business and financial hub by Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority.
With a gross development value of S$7 billion, there will be two office blocks and two residential blocks offering 1,042 residential units including a retail podium and a luxuriant green garden. 60 percent of the development will be office space, 35 per cent residential and 5 per cent retail.
MBCCS is operated by SATS-Creuers, a joint venture between Sats and Creuers del port de Barcelona. With deep water, a large turning basin and no height restrictions, the terminal has the capability to dock ships of up to 220,000tons and measuring up to 360m in length. The cruise centre is expecting more than 70 ship calls from now till March 2013. This translates into passenger traffic of more than 200,000.
Located at Marina South next to the Marina South Pier. The S$500 million terminal is expected to grow the city's leisure cruise sector, cruise passenger numbers are expected to hit 1.5 million in three to five years. MBCCS will generate some 3,000 jobs in the tourism sector.
Occupying 28,000 square metres, equivalent to three football fields, the MBCCS is designed as an architectural icon with the capability to accommodate some of the world's largest ships. The terminal features a spacious arrival and departure hall as well as a large ground transportation area (GTA) to ensure a smooth and seamless experience for passengers.
SuperTree by IndoChine is the latest release of The IndoChine Group. Strategically located at Gardens by the Bay, in the heart of Marina Bay.
As the only establishment atop the SuperTree Grove, it is situated perfectly on the tallest structure, so you will be able to sip martinis and enjoy intimate dinners under the starlit skies. Choose between the world’s first alfresco rotating rooftop bar, or the fully air-conditioned lounge with a 360-degree, unobstructed view of the entire Gardens by the Bay on one side and the Singapore Central Business District on the other.
To pay tribute to the Eastern and Western facing of the location, dishes served at SuperTree are a mixture of Indochinese, Western, and fusion dishes such as the lemongrass Kampong chicken, Wild mushroom risotto and crispy Pancetta, or their signature Goi Cuon with king salmon (Vietnamese fresh rice paper rolls).
Renowned for its culinary excellence with a heart for personal well-being, SuperTree showcases a nutraceutical menu, serving food items containing health-giving additives. To keep to the promise of healthy tasty food, the dishes served consist of a large number of organic produce. The vegetables used are fresh eco-friendly produce from Bollywood Veggies and Kranji Countryside Association (KCA), free from pesticides and man-made fertilizers.
The health-conscious practices are also extended to the beverage list, introducing healthy fresh juice concoctions, Eastern and Western-influenced cocktails made with fresh ingredients as well as martinis with a twist. Also, the premium section of the beverage list has a new additions such as premium sake and baÌijiuÌ (ç½é ) to the comprehensive beverage menu selections. You can pair your meal with your choice of beverages, cocktails, beers and wines.
SuperTree by IndoChine has teamed up with internationally-renowned local celebrity architect Mink Tan to put Michael Ma’s innovative vision into reality, creating an urban, eco-utopia. MINK by Mink Tan has an accomplished diverse portfolio of projects that range across 5-star hotels, luxury residences, resorts and F&B outlets.
With their luxurious decor, nutraceutical and anti-oxidant food, SuperTree by IndoChine is the next iconic spot in Singapore.
#03-01 Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
Traveling from Sin Ming to Gardens by the Bay would apparently save 25 min of travelling time from the current 65 min for the journey.
It is one of four more rail systems to be built by 2020. The other three rail systems are the Circle Line, the Downtown Line, and the Eastern Region Line. Together, the four will extend the rail network from the current 138 km of track to 278 km by 2020. When completed, it will improve movement in the city centre, with a train station within every 400m on average, roughly equating a five minute walk. Its network density will rise from 31 km per million residents today to 51 km per million. This will surpass what Hong Kong and Tokyo have today and is comparable to current densities in places like New York and London.
Seventh Heaven was the first Singapore gourmet retail and events ice-cream company to offer customisation services and has now opened at Gardens by the Bay. It tailors premium ice creams to suit every whim.
You will find 36 handcrafted ice creams flavours to choose from savoury gourmet ice cream bullion bars, 7 inch mud-pies, waffles, pancakes, brownies and other sweet treats, in other words, you will definitely find something that fills your craving.
Stop for a piece of heaven between your visit from the Flower Dome to the Cloud Forest at Seventh Heaven. Be spoilt for choice with their delightful selection, including signatures like Lychee Martini, Seasalt Caramel, Passion Fruit, Black Sesame, Butterscotch and Pecan, as well as 8 exclusive floral flavours that are only available at Gardens by the Bay.
Get to the root of Singapore's diverse history and culture through the fascinating story of plants in the Heritage Gardens at Gardens by the Bay. Walk around the themed gardens and discover how plants are intricately linked to Singapore's culture.
The Heritage Gardens is a collection of four themed gardens that will take you through the history and culture of Singapore’s three main ethnic groups and colonial past.
As you walk through each garden, discover the stories of the contribution from different ethnic groups towards Singapore’s formation. "The Kampong House", the Malay Garden, stresses the role of edible fruits and medicinal plants used by the local Malay population, while "Black and White", the Colonial Garden, covers issues like plant transportation and profitable crops that have shaped Singapore’s history and economy.
Have you ever wondered why the British chose Singapore as a trading port, or how the indigenous Malays lived in pre-colonial Singapore? What is the connection between literature and poetry in China, or religion and reflection in India? Explore the Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Colonial-themed gardens and unearth the roots of Singapore's diverse history and culture through the fascinating story of plants.
Housed in the Flower Dome of the new Gardens by the Bay, Pollen will offer modern European cuisine with Mediterranean influences.
Spanning over two levels with 120 seats, this flagship restaurant will have Michelin star chef Jason Atherton as its chef director who is also behind the award-winning Pollen Street Social in Mayfair, London. There will also be a dessert bar a la Pollen Street Social with a tantalising showcase of sweet treats.
Polen's talented team of culinary chefs include executive chef Colin Clague who has worked in Caprice Holdings in UAE and Zuma in London & Dubai; and executive pastry chef Andres Lara, formerly from Iggy's in Singapore, Noma in Denmark and elBulli in Spain.
Boasting spectacular views of the Marina Bay skyline, Pollen will feature its own garden of Mediterranean herbs and vegetables for use in its dishes.
The Flower Dome, Gardens By the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive
Gardens by the Bay has recently announced the operators for three of its food and beverage (F&B) outlets in the Bay South Garden.
The successful tenders for the three F&B spaces – a casual dining area at the Supertree Grove, a restaurant in the Flower Dome, and Satay by the Bay – were selected to offer visitors a wide range of dining options. They are part of the 13 F&B spaces that have been planned for the 54-hectare Bay South Garden. Up to eight of the F&B spaces are expected to be operational when Bay South officially opens in June 2012.
Gardens by the Bay is dedicated to all Singaporeans to enjoy with their families and friends. The operators selected to run Satay by the Bay, the Supertree Grove casual dining space and the Flower Dome restaurant offer a variety of dining options that will appeal to the diverse tastes and budgets of their visitors. Their aim for the 13 F&B spaces is to cater to every layer of the community. Whether it's a family gathering over a weekend lunch, a business meeting, or simply relaxing with friends, there is something for everyone in this People's Garden.
Reminiscent of the old Satay Club, Satay by the Bay will comprise over 20 food stalls set beneath canopies of green roofs with natural ventilation from the waterfront. Diners can look forward to affordable local delights at this 2,000 sq m mass casual dining space operated by Planar One & Associates.
Located by the Supertree Grove, this five-unit casual dining space looks out to the main cluster of Supertrees in the Gardens. Managed by Select Group, it will offer visitors an affordable menu of local and international cuisines from popular eateries including Peach Garden Noodle House, Hill Street Coffee Shop and Texas Fried Chicken.
The Supertree Grove casual dining space has presented them with the opportunity to be a part of one of Asia's most unique urban gardens. Their concept and menus will appeal to a broad range of diners including families and the lunch-time crowd from the Central Business District.
Nestled amidst the Mediterranean garden environment of the Flower Dome, Pollen will serve modern European cuisine. It will be managed by JC Tapas Bar Pte Ltd, who will be bringing on board renowned Chef Jason Atherton, owner of Michelin-starred Pollen Street Social in London and Table No. 1 in Shanghai, as Chef Director.
Their menu of Mediterranean-influenced modern European cuisine draws inspiration from the Flower Dome and will appeal to discerning diners seeking fine quality food in a beautiful and intimate location. The business crowd, families and tour groups will enjoy an affordably priced day-time menu, while the sophistication of their dinner menu will appeal to those seeking a gastronomic experience in an unrivalled setting.
Treelodge@Punggol (previously known as Treetops@Punggol) is Singapore’s First Green Mark Platinum Award Public Housing Project and 3 years after its launch it is now successfully completed. Located in Punggol New Town, at the junction of Punggol Road, Punggol Drive and Punggol Place, Treelodge@Punggol is just a few minutes’ walk from the future Town Centre, Punggol MRT/LRT Station station and the Punggol Bus Interchange.
Treelodge@Punggol consists of 712 units of Premium flats housed in seven 16-storey residential blocks. There are 98 units of 3-room flats, 600 units of 4-room flats and 14 units of 5-room loft units. Unique to this Eco-Precinct is the 5-room loft unit which features a double-volume living room and an open terrace that can be converted into a sky garden.
Treelodge@Punggol is also home to HDB’s one millionth flat. This is a significant milestone for HDB since its formation on 1 Feb 1960. Given that over 80% of Singaporeans live in public housing, HDB has a major role to play in promoting sustainable development in the industry. Over the years, HDB has been proactively promoting environmental sustainability by testing green technologies and innovations in its building developments. The eco-precinct is a pilot project to demonstrate that innovation and sustainable development can be both practical and cost-effective. The eco-precinct seeks to attain lower maintenance cost while achieving various environmental objectives. In addition, the precinct will also enable the community to experience a distinctive eco-lifestyle.
Solar panels to tap on clean energy which will power the lighting for the common areas;
A dedicated recyclable refuse chute at each block to encourage recycling;
A first for an HDB precinct in Singapore, there is a 650-metre long tree-lined pathway that circles the development. Residents can look forward to jogging or taking leisurely walks in a lush environment;
A 'Car Sharing Scheme' will be introduced to provide residents with access to a fleet of cars, which also include hybrid cars; and
There are cool walls and greening on roof decks, which help to lower ambient temperature. The buildings are also designed to face the prevailing wind direction. This reduces the need for air-conditioning, which will help residents save on electricity bills.
Thousands of entries were received from over 46 nations. The winning entries were judged by members of The European Center’s International Advisory Committee, who are worldwide leaders in the design industry. Besides Treelodge@Punggol, Gardens by the Bay and The Solaris were the other winning recipients from Singapore.