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Housing the Parliament of Singapore, this public building and cultural landmark is an iconic architectural expression of stateliness and authority.
The Raffles Landing site is where Sir Stamford Raffles landed in on 29 January 1819. Since 1800s till present, it is the heart of Singapore’s central business district.
Raffles Place is located in the south of the mouth of the Singapore River. Located in the Downtown Core and the Central Area, it features
some of the tallest buildings and landmarks of the country.

A Five-star luxury hotel with a long history since 1928. It was originally used as office building which housed the iconic General Post Office before being redeveloped into the luxury hotel on December 2000.
The museum is home to 10 thematics galleries, displaying over 1500 artefacts spanning five millennia of Asian cultures.
Clifford Pier is a pier located beside Collyer Quay at Marina Bay in the core of Singapore's central business district.
A national personification of Singapore, the fish body represents the island's origins as a fishing village. Whereas the lion head represents Singapore's original name - 'Singapura' meaning 'lion city'.
Completed in July 2010, the Eco-friendly Marina Bay City Gallery is built by the waterfront promenade along Marina Boulevard. The gallery
showcases a large-scale model of Marina Bay.
Constructed as the alternate riverside location for Singapore’s National Day Parade, it is the world’s largest floating platform.
Located along the Marina Bay waterfront, Marina Bay Sands features three cascading hotel towers topped by an extraordinary sky park, 'floating' crystal pavilions, a lotus-inspired museum, retail stores featuring luxury brands, trendy Celebrity Chef restaurants and entertainment venues.
It is the home for the performing arts and well-equipped with a concert hall, theatre, recital and theatre studios, an outdoor theatre and visual art exhibition spaces. You can certainly expect to be spoilt for choices.
The promenade forms part of the waterfront route around Marina Reservoir, linking Gardens by the Bay, Marina Barrage and the new Sports Hub.
Located near the coast of Marina Bay, passengers will be treated to a wonderful sight of the Marina Bay Street Circuit, views of the broad skyline of Singapore and neighbouring countries including Bintan and Batam of Indonesia and Johor, Malaysia.
It is Asia’s first integrated sports, leisure, entertainment and lifestyle destination. Located on a 35-hectare waterfront site, it provides a unique ecosystem of sporting, retail and leisure spaces for everyone in Singapore.
An award-winning horticultural attraction houses over 380 thousand plants and is just a five-minute walk from the city. You can find over 380,000 rare plants within its grounds that span a massive 101 hectares.
Marina Barrage is a dam built across the Marina Channel. Besides being used for water storage, it has also opened up new recreational lifestyle activities such as dragon boating and windsurfing.

We at Float @ The Bay like to keep things flexible. We leave the daily boat routes up to our boat captains to decide, based on the day’s schedule of pick ups.

Our daily trips up and down the Singapore River may vary in route, but one thing stays the same: the beauty of the Singapore River at night. Enjoy the magical views of Marina Bay lit up at night and be mesmerized by the colourful lights dancing on the water, courtesy of the bars and restaurants that line the banks. The Singapore River is truly a sight to behold when night falls.