Situated directly below The Lawn @ Marina Bay, the Subterranean mall features a range of retail and F&B attractions along the Underground Pedestrian Network (UPN), creating an engaging thoroughfare for shoppers and pedestrians. Seamlessly connected via the air-conditioned UPN from Raffles Place MRT station, the mall also boasts multiple entry points at street level and below ground. These provide ease of travel from surrounding developments such as One Raffles Quay, Marina Bay Residences as well as Marina Bay Suites. The mall's connectivity is greatly enhanced with the Downtown MRT station which opened in Dec 2013, in addition to the existing Raffles Place and Marina Bay MRT stations.
A discreet underground public car park with 250 car park lots will cater for easy access to the site without compromising the quality of urban spaces at ground floor.
The Subterranean shops and restaurants include Aloha Poké, Awfully Chocolate, Din Tai Fung, Toast Box, Ichiban Boshi, PAUL, Paradise Classic, Starbucks, Old Tea Hut, giordano ladies, Myeongdong Hair Studio, Essensuals by TONI&GUY and more.
Waterfront facing, refreshing water features, lush tropical landscape and tourist attractions around the new Marina Bay form the perfect backdrop for a variety of international bistro bar and restaurant concepts catering to business lunches, dinner events or social drinks.
Wine and dine al fresco with your clients and friends at Erwin's Gastrobar, Boulevard Bayfront, Bushido or Harry's Bar at the Ground Plaza.
Discover unique Asian cuisine on Level 2 and feast at Forbidden Duck and Qi – House of Sichuan, Hong Kong’s favourite one-star Michelin restaurant.
LeVeL 33 at Tower 1 offers stunning views of the waterfront and is the newest attractions in Marina Bay. It offers a spectacular setting for dining with a microbrewery housed in it.
On the ground floor of the Office Tower 1 sits Boulevard Bayfront, a gastronomy bar with its chic & trendy interior giving its diners an unblocked view of the Marina Bay waterfront.
Tower 3 houses exquisite dining places like OLA Cocina del Mar, NUDE Seafood, Misaki Japanese Restaurant, Hokkaido Ramen Men-ya KAIKO and Workspace Espresso & Bar. NTUC Foodfare on level 2 offers an array of delectable local delights, while DBS's flagship bank can be found on level 3. Tower 3 is connected to the Downtown MRT Station (Downtown Line) via a direct link to Tower 2.