District 4 Singapore

Singapore District 4 building

All You Need To Know About District 4 Singapore

District 4 Singapore has undergone significant changes and development in recent years, making it one of the most vibrant areas in Singapore, attracting thousands of visitors each year. District 4 Singapore is home to the sprawling Vivocity shopping island entertainment destination Sentosa and Universal Studios. The area also has a long history of international trade and is home to Tanjong Pagar Port, one of Asia’s busiest ports. Many prospective property buyers have drawn to District 4 because of its waterfront living and beautiful views of the Singapore Strait.

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District 4 Singapore, which includes Keppel, Mount Faber, Sentosa, and Telok Blangah, is located by the calm, soothing waters of the Singapore Straits.


Singapore District 4 view

HarbourFront

The Bukit Merah Planning Area includes Harbourfront, a business and lifestyle hub. District 4 Singapore is also a gateway to Sentosa Island. Harbourfront’s prominent structures include the HarbourFront Centre, Singapore Cruise Centre, St. James Power Station, and VivoCity. It is a vibrant place to work and play, owned by MapleTree Investments.

Centre for the HarbourFront (WTC)

The Bukit Merah Planning Area includes Harbourfront, a business and lifestyle hub. District 4 Singapore is also a gateway to Sentosa Island. Harbourfront’s prominent structures include the HarbourFront Centre, Singapore Cruise Centre, St. James Power Station, and VivoCity. It is a vibrant place to work and play, owned by MapleTree Investments.


Singapore District 4

Centre for the HarbourFront (WTC)

The Singapore Cruise Centre was built in 1991 by the then-Port of Singapore Authority and refurbished in 1998made up of two terminals: the International Passenger Terminal (IPT) and the Regional Ferry Terminal (RFT). When the Port Singapore Authority Corporation divested its non-core businesses on April 1, 2003, the Singapore Cruise Centre Pte Ltd took over the management centre.
Every year centre serves over 8 million cruise and ferry passengers and 950,000 cruise passengers

Singapore Cruise Terminal

This district has everything a consumer could want in beautiful fashion designers and store offers. Millenia Walk is a one-of-a-kind shopping destination for those who value tailored and personalized retail experiences with superior craftsmanship and inspiring designs. After you’ve finished your shopping for the day, a visit to the Lau Pa Sat hawker centre is a must; it combines historical architecture with delectable local cuisine, and it’s only a 10-minute drive from Millenia Walks.

The Island of Louis Vuitton Maison, located just outside The Shoppes, houses one of the world’s largest Louis Vuitton collections, second only to the brand’s flagship Champs-Elysees store in Paris. The Maison is shaped like a spectacular Crystal Pavilion floating on the waters of Marina Bay and divided into two sections: the Men Universe and the Women Universe. It has nautical-inspired interiors and uses materials commonly found on sailing boats and ships, an art gallery underwater tunnel that leads directly to the Marina Bay Sands Mall.

Singapore Cruise Terminal

VivoCity

VivoCity, Singapore’s largest shopping mall, opened in December 2006. The term VivoCity derives from the word “vivacity” and refers to the experience of being in “a place bubbling with energy and glowing with vitality.” The mall received nearly one million visitors in its first week of operation. Toyo Ito, a world-renowned Japanese architect, designed the iconic avant-garde architecture. Alfresco dining along the 300-metre-long promenade is a feature of the design. The structure also includes a large rooftop amphitheatre. Popular gathering places for people to enjoy the sights and watch children play include the Sky Park, Promenade, and the water features at the entrance. VivoCity is home to one of the city’s largest multiplex cinemas.

St James Nuclear Power Station

St James Power Station is the place to be for a fun-filled night of merrymaking with friends, with nine nightclubs and live entertainment destinations comparable to Ministry of Sound at Clarke Quay and Zouk. The building, which occupied the premises of Singapore’s first coal-fired power station built in 1927, underwent a massive 43 million dollar makeover for two years before opening in 2006. The party starts here and doesn’t stop until the sun comes up.

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