Suntec City, one of the largest malls in Singapore, is an enormous complex meant for shopping, exhibits, conferences and other kinds of entertainment.
If you want to do more shopping outside Vivo City, you can always head over to Suntec City where you can find over 350 retail outlets that sell everything from books, to clothes, to electronics, to souvenirs. Designed to follow the rules of Feng Shui and to give easier customer shopping experience, the building is divided into four zones: The Galleria for designer items, The Tropics for more affordable pieces, The Fountain for the restaurants, and The Entertainment Center for relaxation, leisure, and fun. Easy to access and near other tourist attractions, Suntec City is a great stop for anyone who wants to indulge in a last-minute shopping spree.
Suntec City is located at 3E Temasek Boulevard, Singapore.
Opening Days and Hours
The mall is open from 10:00 to 22:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission to the mall is free.
How to Get There
- Take the MRT to Esplanade Station and Promenade Station which are near Suntec City.
- You can also take the train to City Hall Station and take the five minute walk from the station to the mall.
- Solo Travelers
- Groups of friends
Time to Spend
People usually spend between 45 minutes to 3 hours in Suntec City.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Suntec City is between 18:00 to 21:00.
There’s an entire floor dedicated to dining in Suntec City. Choose from a variety of food places like Bornga, District 10, Mad for Garlic, Marche, Din tai Fung, Muthu’s Curry, and Kuishin Bo.
- Fountain of Wealth
- Alive Museum
A number of affordable and high-end hotels offer accommodations near Suntec City. Choose from hotels such as Pan Pacific Singapore, Conrad Centennial, Hotel 81 Bugis. Fairmont Singapore, and Hotel Kai which offer rooms at rates ranging from USD 100 to USD 250.