Hotels near Cruise Port in Singapore Marina Bay Centre Terminal

Singapore Marina Bay Sands Hotel at Night

Singapore Cruise Port Hotel

Singapore is a capital city and a country in itself. Situated at the southern tip of peninsular Malaysia, just 85 miles north of the Equator, this” city state” is the commercial center of Southeast Asia.

Search for the best hotel deals in Clarke Quay, Sentosa Island, Marina Bay area, near both cruise terminals, and many more. It’s highly recommended to arrive in Singapore a day or two before your cruise departure date, or remain in the city following the end of your cruise.


Port of Singapore – Where to Stay ?

Singapore has a huge range of accommodation, from cheap hostels to 5 star luxury hotels and resorts. Most hotels are only a short taxi ride away from the port or you can easily reached the cruise terminal by SIN’s efficient public transport (MRT). Popular by cruise passengers are Clarke Quay, Orchard Road, City Hall and Marina Bay areas , all well connected by public transport. Large vessels dock at the new Marina Bay Cruise Centre, located nearby.

The Marina Bay Cruise Centre is Singapore’s newest constructed facility. Mega-ships of cruise lines such as Celebrity, Cunard, Princess and Royal Caribbean dock here. Many hotels are found within easy reach, such as the famous Marina Bay Sands Resort.

Smaller ships anchor at the Singapore Cruise Terminal at the Harbour Front Centre. If you want to stay really close to this terminal, consider an hotel on Sentosa Island, home to Universal Studios and the Sky Tower. Located 10-15 minutes from downtown by taxi.

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Singapore Marina Bay Sands Hotel
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World famous hotel with a rooftop swimming pool on the 57th floor. Direct access to shopping mall.

Singapore Pan Pacific Hotel
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Luxury 5 star property within easy reach of Singapore’s cruise terminals, Marina Bay and downtown Singapore.

Singapore Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa Island
Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa
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Located on Santosa Island close to the International Passenger Terminal.

Singapore Cruise Port

The Port of Singapore is Southeast Asia’s largest port. There are two cruise terminals: Marina Bay and Singapore Cruise Center.

Ships tie up at the new Marina Bay Cruise Center or at the Singapore Cruise Centre, which is part of the large Harbourfront Centre and VivoCity. The city’s deepwater port is a primary embarkation point for cruise companies sailing to other parts of Asia such as Hong Kong (see hotels) or Shanghai (Baoshan) in China.

  • Singapore – Cruise Ship Passenger Terminals (Pier)

    Marina Bay Cruise Centre (MBCCS) — new facility, also known as International Cruise Terminal, that can accommodate the world’s largest cruise vessels. The terminal features a spacious arrival and departure hall, and is used by lines such as Celebrity Cruises, Cunard, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean International (RCL).

    The terminal is located at Marina South next to the Marina South Pier.

    By MRT Train — Take the North-South Line or Circle Line and alight at Marina Bay MRT station. You can catch SBS Service 402 to the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.

    Singapore Cruise Center (SCC) — passenger terminal loacted at the HarbourFront, about a 10- to 15-minute taxi drive from downtown. Used by Star Cruises, Holland America Line (HAL), and some other companies operating smaller ships. SCC at HarbourFront has 2 terminals, the International Passenger Terminal (IPT) and the Regional Ferry Terminal (RFT).

    By MRT Train — HarbourFront Centre is accessible from HarbourFront MRT station which is served by both the Circle Line (CCL) and North-East Line (NEL). As these two lines provide connectivity to other lines, you have quick, easy access to many parts of the island.

    Address – Contact

    Marina Bay Cruise Centre (MBCCS)

    61 Marina Coastal Drive, Singapore 018947

    Email :

    Singapore Cruise Center (SCC)

    Admin Office Terminal Address

    Singapore Cruise Centre Pte Ltd

    1 Maritime Square (Lobby D) #07-01, Singapore 099253

    Phone : (65) 6513 2200

    Fax: (65) 6275 1683

    Email :

    Address — HarbourFront Passenger Terminal, 1 Maritime Square, Singapore 099253

    Hotels near cruise terminals

    Many cruise passengers choose to stay in the Marina Bay area. Clarke Quay and City Hall area are two other great locations full of bars, great value hotels, restaurants and shops.

    Clarke Quay really comes to life at night time. It’s a very lively place where you can enjoy the city lights at night. Located near the riverside.

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    A few establishments can be found within close distance of Changi International Airport, perfect when you’re flight arrives late or when you have an early flight. Hotels can be reached by monorail or with a free shuttle service.

  • Nearest Airport

    Singapore’s Changi International Airport — SIN Singapore’s international airport is a 20 minute drive away from the SCC and MBCCS Cruise Centers.

    The airport shuttle service offers transport from Changi Airport to hotels in the city centre.

    Public bus service 36 goes to the city. Downtown can be also be reached in minutes by the city’s metro system (MRT Mass Rapid Transit). The airport is the home base of Singapore Airlines.

  • Singapore – A Modern City

    Singapore is a modern city with high-rise buildings, Buddhist temples, huge shopping complexes, and attractive green parks.

    The city is a melting pot of different cultures and races. Malay, Indian, Chinese and Eurasian communities live side by side in this rich metropolis of appoximately 4 million inhabitants.

    Hop on a trishaw in lively chinatown. Stop at Thian Hock Keng, the “Temple of Heavenly Happiness”, one of the oldest Chinese temples in Singapore. Nearby is the 19th century “Sri Mariamman” temple. Little India with its exotic array of shops and temples is a sensation for the senses. Visit the “Masjid Sultan”, the great Sultan Mosque with its impressive golden dome.

    Order a “Singapore Sling” at the long bar of the Colonial-style Raffles Hotel, one of the most famous hotels in the world. Orchard Road with its flashy neon lights is the shopping and entertainment hub of the city. Take a relaxing Singapore river cruise from Boat Quay and sail aboard a bumboat along the river. At the mouth of the river stands the 25 foot Merlion Statue, the tourism symbol of Singapore.

    Sentosa, just south of the city, can be reached by cable car. This island boasts some fine sandy beaches, first class hotels and Universal Studios Singapore, a theme park where the magic of the movies come to life. Nature lovers will enjoy a hike or bike tour through the rainforest of the Bukit Timah and Central Catchment Nature Reserve.

    Staying a couple nights gives you the opportunity to discover all major sights and atttractions of this city.

    Mass Rapid Transit Stations (MRT)

    Chinatown – Chinatown MRT station or Outram Park MRT station. Tanjong Pagar and Raffles Place are also all within walking distance.

    Little India – Little India station and Farrer Park MRT Station, both on the North East MRT line. Bugis station on the East-West line is also within walking distance.

    Arab Street – East-West line Bugis and Lavender MRT stations.

    Clarke Quay riverside area – Clarke Quay underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station. The station lies on the North East Line.

  • Cruise Lines

    Currently sailing from the Port of Singapore are ships from among Princess Cruises, Holland America Line HAL, Royal Caribbean,Celebrity, Azamara Club Cruises, Costa, Seabourn, Crystal, Oceania, Silversea, and Star Cruises.

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