Marina South Pier - Singapore
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Part of the Marina Bay precinct, Marina South Pier was built in 2006 to replace Clifford Pier, which was located at the actual One Fullerton Bay hotel. It is mainly used by small leisure boats and ferries to convey passengers going on harbour cruises or travelling to Singapore's southern islands St John's Island, Sister Island and especially to Kusu Island during the annual one-month long Kusu Pilgrimage Season which usually happens between the months of September and November. This exceptional location offers a ravishing view of the Straits of Singapore especially from its 1,400 square-metre rooftop which is available for renting and can cater for up to 500 guests. And if you wish to know more about Singapore maritime story make sure to visit the Maritime Gallery on the 2nd floor.