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Custom House At Marina Bay Blvd
Singapore

A stunning celebration of Singapore’s past, the classic lines of the Customs House is carefully preserved as it is transformed into the most sophisticated F&B and nightspot zone in the city. This doublestorey structure with direct waterfront access has infinite opportunities for creative dining, entertainment and lifestyle possibilities. The place to see and be seen, Customs House will attract a sophisticated and energetic crowd of jet-setters, celebrities, socialites and locals as well as tourists. The location is ideal for world-class restaurants as well as creative and unique lifestyle concepts that leverage on the duplex structures and panoramic views the Customs House offers.

For more information, please visit their website : http://thefullertonheritage.com/promotions-events/venues/customshouse

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Uploaded: 30/01/2014
Updated: 28/03/2014
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Tags: landmark; landscape; architecture; outdoors; building; hotel; restaurant
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