Name: Marina Square
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard Singapore 039594
Opening days: Daily
Marina Square opening hours: 10am to 10pm
Table of Contents
- 1 Marina Square Singapore Overview
- 1.1 Marina Square directory for shops
- 1.2 Marina Square food directory
- 2 Marina Square parking rate
Marina Square Singapore Overview
Marina Square, was constructed in 1985 on the site of the reclaimed Marina Centre. When Marina Square first opened in 1986, Marina Square had 59,000 square metres of store space, making Marina Square the biggest shopping mall in Singapore. Marina Square also had anchor tenants like Tokyu department store and Metro department store in the late 1980s and early 1990s, in addition to an outdoor food court, a Magic Land arcade, and Eng Wah Cinema. A Golden Village cineplex, Superbowl arcade, and a bowling alley made up the Marina Leisureplex which debuted in 1996 at the eastern end of Marina Square.
Marina Square mall’s first significant renovations began in 2004 and were finished in 2006. Marina Square’s layout was changed, and the outdoor food court transformed into an air-conditioned one. This brought the total shop space in Marina Square up to 65,000 square metres.
Marina Square then had its second round of renovations, bringing its floor size to 100,000 square metres and updating its tenant roster. In Phase 1, a section named the Dining Edition, which included certain F&B enterprises brand-new to Singapore, was presented. Beginning in 2012, the renovation of Marina Square was finished in 2013. Phase 2 included a new retail wing facing Marina Bay and an expanded retail zone. Marina Square introduced tenants like Pororo Park, a family-friendly theme park, and Emporium Shokuhin, a Japanese market.
Marina Leisureplex (GV Marina Square) and John Little department store had to close as part of the third phase of redevelopment work on Marina Square’s east wing. PSB Academy’s mega city campus took their place. Taking up the full level 3 of Marina Square’s East Wing, IT stores relocated by the closure of Funan Digitalife Mall (now known as just Funan Mall) opened in August 2016. They included well-known laptop and computer manufacturers including HP, Dell, Acer, Asus, and Lenovo, all offered by Newstead. Alas, Newstead shut down in 2019.
Japanese Emporium Shokuhin was shut down in 2018, and on June 15, 2019, an 18,000 square foot indoor playground called Kiztopia moved into Marina Square. Some of the most often searched for shops and stores in Marina Square today are Haidailao or Hai Di Lao, Kiztopia, Astons, and Sukiya among others.
Marina Square directory for shops
Marina Square is a big shopping mall in Singapore, and hence houses lots of shops.
Kith Kiztopia Marina Square
With up to 18 play areas, including two-story high slides, huge ball pits, interactive play zones, role-play rooms, and more, Kidztopia or Kith Kiztopia Marina Square Singapore, is an 18,000 square foot fun utopia for kids within Marina Square.
A famous Spanish fashion chain offering fast fashion, there is a Zara branch at Marina Square. Marina Square’s Zara branch is open from 10am to 930pm daily.
Gain City at Marina Square
There is a Gain City showroom at level 3 of Marina Square and its opening hours are from 11am to 10pm daily except for Wednesday where it closes at 5pm.
Mothercare (Marina Square)
If you need to purchase baby clothes, you will be glad to know that there is baby clothing store Mothercare at Marina Square. Mothercare is found at #03-161/162 of Marina Square.
One of the most popular arcades in Singapore among teenagers, Time Zone is located at #02-213 of Marina Square. Time Zone or Timezone at Marina Square is open between 11am to 9pm on Mondays to Thursdays and 11am to 10pm on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and school holidays.
Daiso Marina Square
Marina Square Daiso is a great place for you to do cheap household shopping in Singapore. If you want to shop at Daiso too, then head on over to #03-111 of Marina Square.
Famous and with great reviews, if you are looking for a hair salon, Kimage Hair Salon is found at #02-321/322/323 of Marina Square. It is open from 11am to 8pm daily.
Marina Square food directory
There are many food restaurant and cafes you can find within Marina Square. The following are some of the most popular dining and food options you can get in Marina Square Singapore.
Haidilao or Hai Di Lao @ Marina Square
One of the most famous hot pot stores in Singapore, Haidilao Hot Pot @ Marina Square (HDL) is found at level 1 or #01-19 to 25 of the mall.
There is an Astons Steak & Salad branch at Marina Square’s third level too. Keep in mind that while it is open from 1130am to 10pm daily, there is a break time at Marina Square’s Astons Steak & Salad branch between 3pm to 5pm on Mondays to Thursdays.
Sukiya or Suki-Ya at Marina Square
A very popular and well reviewed Japanese food restaurant at Marina Square, Suki-Ya is open daily from 1130am to 10pm, but is closed in between 3pm to 6pm from Mondays to Thursdays.
Craving for some Western food instead? Head on over to COLLIN’S® restaurant at level 1 of Marina Square for some Western food indulgence instead. With great reviews of their restaurant and food online, you need to check Collins out.
A Halal Korean restaurant, Seoul Garden is situated at level 3 or #03-210 of Marina Square.
Putien @ Marina Square
Feeling like eating Chinese food instead? There is a Putien Chinese food restaurant at level 2 of Marina Square.
Famous chicken restaurant Kenny Rogers Roasters is located at level 2 and has quite long opening hours of between 11am to 10pm daily at Marina Square.
Dian Xiao Er at Marina Square
Another highly popular Chinese food restaurant in Marina Square, fulfill your Chinese food cravings here at Dian Xiao Er at unit 02-200 of the mall.
Kai Garden Marina Square
Seeking something an even more expensive and finer dining version of Chinese restaurants? Then check out Kai Garden at level 3 of Marina Square. Kai Garden provides Cantonese fine dining experience and has excellent reviews so far.
Marina Square parking rate
If you want to park and shop in Marina Square or around its area in Singapore, you will be pleased to know that Marina Square has one of the cheapest parking rates in the Singapore city area during Mondays to Thursdays. There are lots of parking lots at Marina Square’s carpark.
Marina Square parking rates for Mondays to Thursdays
For first 2 hours or part thereof between 7am to 5pm: $2.20
For every subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof: $1.10
Per entry between 5pm to 2am: $2.20
Marina Square parking fee for Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays
For first 2 hours or part thereof between 7am to 2am: $2.40
For next 2 hours or part thereof: $1.20 per hour
For every subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof after 4 hours: $1.40