Marina Bay Sands Featured on Singapore River Cruise

Have clients checking out Singapore's Marina Bay Sands? Singapore River Cruise has included the integrated resort in its tour route, opening up more transport options for both tourists and locals.

Kicking off tomorrow, September 1, at $4 a ticket, the Singapore River Cruise will pick passengers up from points such as Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Merlion Park.

The daily service operates every 15 minutes from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. The trip from Merlion Park or Boat Quay Jetties will take about five to 10 minutes.

Marina Bay Sands will be opening Crystal Pavilions in a matter of days, which will be home to shopping Meccas like Louis Vuitton and nightclubs like Pangaea and Avalon.

Marina Bay Sands Executive Director, John Postle, said in a statement, "With the 2011 Formula 1 Grand Prix around the corner, the launch of the water taxis is very timely. We want all our guests to have an experience like no other and with all the attractions at Marina Bay Sands, like the ArtScience Museum, the theaters, the stretch of waterfront dining, the launch of these water taxis provides guests an entirely new, refreshing and convenient way to reach Marina Bay Sands for a night out within minutes from key pick-up points."


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