Singapore Cruise Terminal

A classic example of East successfully meeting West, Singapore is a cultural melting pot which has carved a niche for itself as one of the juggernaut economies of Asia. It is its fusion of the traditional and the modern, of glittering skyscrapers with colourful ethnic areas like the teeming streets of Chinatown where fortune tellers, hawkers and calligraphers are still a part of everyday life, the spicy aroma of Little India or the small shops of Arab Street that makes Singapore such a popular cruise destination. It is clean and safe, English is widely spoken and the public transport services are excellent.

 Cruise Terminals in Singapore

Singapore Cruise Centre
The fully air-conditioned Singapore Cruise Centre at HarbourFront offers everything from souvenir shopping to left luggage services and has the advantage of being only 20 minutes away from Singapore Changi International Airport and just a few minutes away and the heart of downtown Singapore via the city’s subway system.

Expanded in 2008, the new level 2 of the Singapore Cruise Centre is geared for passenger comfort with ample seating, soothing water features and lush indoor landscaping

The Singapore Cruise Centre is also located right next to Vivo City, the largest multi-experiential retail and lifestyle destination in Singapore, featuring about 450 outlets.

International Cruise Terminal

The new International Cruise Terminal in Singapore located at Marina South next to the Marina South Pier is scheduled to be completed by 2011 doubling the capacity for cruise ships visiting Singapore.

The two terminals are only 10 minutes from each other.

 Cruise Lines using Singapore Cruise Terminals as an Embarkation / Disembarking Port

The many major cruise lines operating in Aisa using Singapore as a port of embarkation or disembarking include Azamara Club Cruises, Costa Cruises, Cruise West, Crystal Cruises, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, Holland America Line, Oceania Cruises, P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven PSeas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea Cruises.

 Must See Attractions in Singapore

The city centre is just minutes away from the Singapore Cruise Centre via the city’s subway system (Mass Rapid Transit) and the cruise centre is located next to Vivo City, the largest multi-experiential retail and lifestyle destination in Singapore, featuring about 450 outlets.

Clarke Quay: Once a historic chain of 19th century shophouses, Clarke Quay is now Singapore’s hottest waterfront district, playing host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. When the sun goes down, you don't have to look far to discover some of Singapore’s trendiest nightspots here. The bumboats which once carried cargo instead of tourists now let you relive the old days with a ride from Clarke Quay Jetty down to the mouth of the Singapore River.

Jurong Bird Park: Offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for 8,000 birds representing 600 species, Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world. With key attractions such as the Bird Discovery Centre, African Waterfall Aviary, Lory Loft Aviary, Southeast Asian Birds Aviary and the award-winning African Wetlands, the Bird Park attracts close to a million visitors a year. Jurong Bird Park is the only park in the Asia Pacific to have an Avian Hospital.

Raffles Hotel Museum: No visit to Singapore can be complete without downing a Singapore Sling at the “Long Bar” at the iconic Raffles Hotel. There you will have the opportunity to look in on The Raffles Hotel Museum which looks at the history of Raffles Hotel largely in the context of the Golden Age of Travel. A fascinating array of travel ephemera and memorabilia of Raffles Hotel, Singapore and the region of the period are displayed alongside with Raffles Hotel china, silver and postcards, letters and photographs.

Other popular attractions in Singapore include Orchard Road district, Little India, Chinatown, the Boat Quay, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Singapore Discovery Centre, and Sentosa Island.

 Cruise Ports

• Cape Town – South Africa
• Durban – South Africa
• Las Palmas – Canary Islands
• Mahé – Seychelles
• Port Louis, Mauritius
• Tenerife – Canary Islands


• Bangkok - Thailand

• Chongqing - China
• Hong Kong
• Mumbai - India
• Shanghai – China
• Singapore
• Yichang - China


• Brisbane - Australia
• Melbourne - Australia
• Sydney - Australia

• Quebec City – Quebec
• Montreal – Quebec
• Vancouver – BC
• Victoria – BC

• Barcelona - Spain
• Copenhagen – Denmark
• Lisbon - Portugal
• Nice - Villefranche - France
• Piraeus / Athens – Greece
• Rome (Civitavecchia) - Italy
• Venice – Italy

• Dubai - United Arab Emirates
• Istanbul - Turkey

• Tunis - Tunisia

• Auckland, New Zealand

• Dunedin, New Zealand

• Wellington, New Zealand

• Anchorage - Alaska
• Baltimore - Maryland
• Boston - Massachusetts
• Cape Canaveral - Florida
• Cape Liberty - New Jersey
• Fort Lauderdale - Florida
• Galveston - Texas
• Honolulu - Oahu - Hawaii
• Los Angeles - California
• Miami - Florida
• New Orleans - Louisiana
• New York - Brooklyn
• New York - Manhattan
• Norfolk - Virginia
• San Diego - California
• San Francisco - California
• Seattle - Washington
• Seward - Alaska
• Tampa - Florida
• Whittier - Alaska

These are just a few of the more than 70 ports and cruise terminals to be featured here on the port pages which are being updated daily with more port destinations

 in Singapore

Close as it is to the equator, Singapore enjoys a tropical climate with high humidity and lots of rain throughout the year, though the wettest times of year are during the monsoon seasons in the first few months of the year and again in late summer. The hottest months are May, June and July when temperatures can peak at 38˚C.

 in Singapore

The currency of Singapore is the Singapore dollar (SGD) which is divided into 100 cents.

 of Singapore

A hot pot of nationalities and heritage, the Singapore streets echo with the words of more than 20 languages, four of which are recognized as official languages - English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil. English is the first language of Singapore.

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