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Timings : 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Time Required : 1 - 2 hours

Entry Fee : SGD 6

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The [email protected] is an iconic 50-storey residential housing project in Singapore considered modern architecture at its finest. Located at city centre, is the site of the world's longest continuous sky gardens, found on the two unique skybridges of this residential complex at the 26th storey and the 50th storey. These skybridges offer breathtaking panoramic views of the splendid skyline of Singapore.

With 1,848 apartments spread across 7 blocks, the [email protected] goes down in history as Singapore's first 50-storey public housing project and the tallest public residential building. The outer facade of [email protected] reflects elements of modern architecture, with an arrangement of bay windows, planter boxes and balconies set to resemble a circuit board. There is also a special 52nd storey viewing gallery reserved for the VIPs and State visitors during special events. The marvellous design and concept were born out of the first international design competition for public housing. The fame of the [email protected] has helped it feature on multiple documentaries, most notably the "How we invented the World: Skyscrapers" by Discovery Channel.

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Of the 2 skybridges at this site, the 26th storey is reserved for use by residents only, known as the refuge floor. It features a jogging track, a senior citizen fitness corner, outdoor gym, children playground, community plaza, and 2 viewing decks.

The 50th storey skybridge is open to the general public, offering a beautiful view of the Singaporean skyline amidst its charming, 500-metre long sky garden.

Each sky bridge in the building is home to a 500-meter long sky garden, and this is precisely why you absolutely need to visit this place. The sky gardens offer visitors with some seriously spectacular 360-degree views and give the sense of literally being on top of the world.

Timings: The 50th-floor sky bridge is open from 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM every day for the general public, except on certain special events when the entry is restricted. 

Note: To avoid overcrowding and for safety reasons, only 200 visitors are allowed on the sky bridge in a single day. Moreover, at any given point in time, only 100 visitors are allowed to be on the floor. Once the number of visitors reaches 200, no further access by the public is allowed for that particular day.  

Entry fee to the 50th floor: SGD 6 per person per entry.

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The Sky Bridge
Though consuming food and beverages is not allowed in the sky park, visitors can sit in peace and dine at the Essen at the Pinnacle. 

Essen comprises of a number of food stalls set amidst an air-conditioned environment and is built in the style of a classic food court. Located on the ground floor of [email protected], it is indeed a huge indoor space with lush green plants all around. The restaurants here include Garcons, Burger Buddies, Two Wings (which is reputed for serving the best fried chicken wings in all of Singapore), La Stalla and Veithai among others. In addition, the food court also has a wide variety of beverages to choose from, including ciders and beer. These restaurants are laid out on either side of the dining hall, and all of them operate a self-service system. 

How to Reach [email protected]

MRT: Those choosing to arrive at the [email protected] through MRT may deboard at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station for the East-West line and Outram Park MRT station for the North-East Line, both within a kilometre of the entrance to the building.

Bus: The Opp. Maritime Hse bus stop is located right in front of Block 1G, which is the tourist's entrance to the building.

Tips

  • Block 1G is the entrance devoted for tourists. An EZ-link card is required to make the entrance fee payment.
  • The 26th storey skybridge is also used to evacuate residents in case of a fire emergency.
  • Pets, smoking and loud music are not allowed on the skybridge.
  • Eating and Drinking are not permitted on the skybridge.
  • For safety reasons, visitors are advised to leave the skybridge in case of rain or storm.

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