Always nice returning for a panoramic stroll. A pity the access procedure is so tedious and manual in an age of automation......if at least the counter service were friendly instead of hermit like it would even be welcoming.
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It was a bit of a struggle to work out how to get up to the 50th floor but we finally did it. I had read that we could use our MRT cards to we went up to the 50th floor of G block but...More
The Pinnacle@Duxton is an award-winning 50-storey residential complex near the Chinatown area Singapore. The complex has seven towers which are connected by the world's two longest sky gardens of 500 metres (1,600 ft) each, on both the 26th and 50th floors. The view of Singapore...More
Great views of the city. Visited around midday and the place was deserted. My three kids enjoyed picking out the places they knew. Got lost trying to locate the ticket office ( block 1G) before going in. The office is a tiny broom closet. Didn't...More
One gets a different 180 degree view from the 50th floor of the Pinnacle@Duxton than the usual one from the Skypark at MBS. But one also gets a different service than usual. The tickets can be bought from a most grumpy attendant at the unassuming...More
The high view looks incredible and it's windy up there. It's nice walk on the sky bridge spanning a few blocks of building. There are seating areas provided and if there is not much visitors, it's a very nice place for small talk with your...More
We were maybe unfortunate on the day we went as the management office was a seat at the end of a corridor, which we found with some difficulty and following advice from some locals. While we had our EZ card it appeared this was insufficient...More
There are better commercial places for good Singapore views. But this is probably the first one build on a public housing project which is opened for both residence and public.
Went there already late, around 8pm. The small management office was rather hard to find, despite all the arrows and direction given. I register with my EZ card to pay S$5, took certain elevator as directed, then gain entry by tapping the card to open...More
The skypark is amazing. 7 buildings, joined together with 360 degree views of the CBD, harbour and everything in between. There are little areas on the rooftop: a "beach", cottage, playground...although food and drink is strictly prohibited. If you can time your arrival at the...More