Marina Bay Sands unveils US$1 billion reinvestment affirming confidence in Singapore’s tourism future
MARINA Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre is Singapore’s first carbon neutral MICE venue and it is also the first in Southeast Asia to obtain ISO20121 Sustainable Events Management System certification, the Green Mark Platinum Certification by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Green Building Certification.
Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is matching these achievements and commitment to the environment with US$1 billion in reinvestments to elevate luxury travel and hospitality experience here to the highest levels. This includes a state-of-the-art entertainment arena, an ultra-luxury hotel tower and additional MICE space, extensive upgrading of all rooms and suites in Towers 1 and 2, Executive Club Lounge and health and wellness offerings.
Another new development is the opening of Wakuda, the Japanese restaurant created by legendary Chef Tetsuya Wakuda and restaurateur John Kunkel of the 50 Eggs Hospitality Group. They join MBS spectacular lineup of celebrity chefs and signature restaurants. Roberta’s Pizza, New York’s swanky pizzeria and JUMBO Signatures, famous for Singapore chilli and black pepper
crabs will open in 2022.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands celebrates the reopening of luxury flagship duplex shopfronts – Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Bulgari, Balenciaga and Philipp Plein’s, with a total of 19 luxury brands duplexes to cater for its affluent clientele. The redesigned Salvatore Ferragamo is a debut of its House’s special store, one that embraces the rich history of Ferragamo’s past, present and future to experience through a suite of signature services including in-house styling advice and home delivery services.
Opening the first stores in Asia, Ultra-luxe Swedish mattress brand Hästens, Italian luxury linen and lifestyle brand Frette, London-inspired luxury bespoke home and lifestyle brand, SILKY MIRACLE, Florentine luxury brand Pineider, known for its fine bespoke stationery, writing and leather goods joins French luxury goldsmith brand Christofle’s new flagship store in Singapore.
Singapore-based Parisian bespoke perfume house Maison 21G flagship store, New York-based perfume house Le Labo and luxury French cosmetics and skincare brand SISLEY’s first standalone store are the new beauty and fragrance brand openings, transforming the North of The Shoppes’ Level 1 into a beauty and lifestyle paradise.