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Vivocity Harbourfront Guide

All you need to know about Vivocity Harbourfront

Singapore’s largest shopping mall, Vivocity, has a 300m promenade boardwalk facing Sentosa Island. Restaurants serving a huge variety of food line this waterfront, perfect for unwinding after a hard day of shopping!

For those short on time to enjoy eating at a restaurant, there is a huge food court, Food Republic, on the top floor. There are 30 hand-picked stalls with Chinese, Indian, Malay and Western food. The food court tends to be extremely crowded on weekends, thus going slightly earlier than the traditional meal times will make it easier to find a seat.

There are a couple of traditional Chinese restaurants that serve great food. They are Tung Lok Signatures and Crystal Jade Dining. These restaurants and other major dining outlets are located on the 1st floor. Another worthwhile joint is Brozeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant. Besides authentic German food, there is a wide range of German beers as well. Meat-lovers will want to visit the Brazilian Carnivore restaurant, where for a single price, customers enjoy a free flow of all kinds of meat cooked the Brazilian way.

A recent addition is the Food Republic Beer Garden along the Sentosa Gateway, adjacent to Vivocity. With an ambiance reminiscent of the ’60s and 70’s (complete with push-carts, kiosks, and truck stalls), diners will also be treated to live entertainment with artists and musicians from the St. James Power Station.

How to get to Vivocity Harbourfront

Take a train to Harbourfront MRT station. Vivocity is linked directly to the station.

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