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.
Zen design and sensual opulence have returned to the nightlife at the Singapore Flyer in 2012. Shake nightclub and event space, located at the prestigious Singapore Flyer, is the brainchild of industry veterans spanning numerous years.
The 2,400 sq ft venue, which holds within a capacity of 500 pax including the al fresco area is a modern take to decadence and style, where revelers party and onlookers enjoy specialty cocktails and VIP Bottle service in the intimate settings.
Targeting to be an international bar, the club opens to the like minded clientele of our neighbouring cities of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Jakarta and Japan.
Bringing in DJ's from these cities, Shake aims to be the bar to be seen at, the home away from home. Expect Trance, House, Top 40's & R&B, creatively fusioned and spun by both local and international DJ's.
Adding to the versatility of Shake, expect a dose of fashion, apparent in the uniforms of the staff, from the bartenders to the servers, to the Resident DJ's even. There aren't any strict uniforms, as Shake is a place for individualism, each staff is given the freedom to dress as they feel, and they encourage their patrons, to do the same.
The space's versatility makes it perfect for corporate and private events, easily accommodating catered banquets, live music, fashion shows, and corporate presentations.
In the months to come, expect a wide variety of amazing events, world-class music, and a glamorous diverse crowd, all with a spotlight on customer service and attention to detail. Their friendly staff has the experience, skills, and "personal touch" that make every party or event at Shake the stylish success the city's been missing.
Urban Beach Bar is a restaurant and bar featuring mainly outdoor seating with high chair seating options at The Singapore Flyer. Guests can chill out and enjoy pre-dinner drinks or a sunset cocktail while enjoying the sunset ambiance.
A gathering place over an after dinner drink with happy hours available all day long.
Their operation philosophy and menu concept is friendly but professional, with an emphasis on excellent product knowledge, product presentation and open honest service from fun staff with personalities, in a casual and elegant surrounding with a superb ambiance to match.
A Great selection of Western and Italian Cuisine where they are famous for including their home-made ravioli stuffed with fresh white clam cooked in white wine and sage.
The decor is bright showcasing vibrant colours which feature the characteristics of a beach set in the urban landscape. White and blue theme colours represent the sand and the blue, cloudless sky.
Happy Hour All Day Long. One for One for House Pouring Beverages!
The Paradise Group started with Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002. Started by the young and enterprising Eldwin Chua with just one helper, he cooked, took orders and served a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location. Under its umbrella are Taste Paradise, a contemporary Chinese restaurant with exquisite Cantonese fare and Seafood Paradise at Singapore Flyer serving local and international fare.
Seafood Paradise at the Singapore Flyer is a flagship restaurant made for such an iconic location. The Singapore Flyer attracting local, regional and international attention needs a food and beverage partner that embraces the challenge of catering to a wide range of expectations and one that would fly the Singapore flag high and Seafood Paradise@Flyer steps up to the plate.
Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane had humble beginnings as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002 when young and enterprising Eldwin Chua started offering a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location.
Seafood Paradise has recently opened its 3rd and 4th outlets here in the east and west of Singapore at Changi Airport and Bukit Panjang respectively.
Senja-Cashew Community Club, 101 Bukit Panjang Road, #02-01 and Changi Airport Terminal 2, 60 Airport Boulevard #036-059 Level 3
Tel: +65 67669813 (Bukit Panjang) and +65 62149655 (Changi)
A friendly and cosy sanctuary deep in the traditional heart of Singapore, the 83-room mOOn Hotel Singapore is trendy comfort without fuss. Where contemporary chic meets thoughtful, compact design, the mOOn puts business travellers within a 10-minute orbit to all major commercial and government buildings in Singapore’s central business district. And with the Bugis MRT Station just a mere eight-minute stroll away, guests can take-off to any part of the cosmopolitan city state by rail.
Imagine returning to an oasis of calm after a long day of business meetings or sight-seeing. The elegant purple themed interior is a vivid picture of warmth and tranquility. mOOn embodies the very characteristics of what its name suggests.
Experience their 83 tastefully furnished and ergonomically rooms, designed for both work and well deserved relaxation. Each room comes complete with Ipod/phone compatible stereo set and 32" LCD TV with internet protocol. All rooms feature award winning designer platform bed with built-in executive table, slumberland mattress with micro fibre silicon topper and pillows. Luxurious bathroom comforts include pure cotton towels, bath robes, high end GROHE faucets and fittings.
For an unforgettable night - or day - out on the town, a brief ride will usher you to the nearby, glittering, gaming tables of Marina Bay Sands, to fabulous shopping on Singapore’s world-famous Orchard Road, to art and cultural performances at the Esplanade, or for a leisurely spin on the impressive Singapore Flyer. As for mini expeditions around the mOOn, our colourful, authentic neighbourhood is bustling and redolent with traditional Singaporean eateries, charming bistros and handy convenience stores.
The next time you are in Singapore, don’t just ask for any hotel...ask for the MOON.