Take in sweeping views of the city from CapitaSpring, Raffles Place’s newest skyscraper. This 51-story integrated development not only includes office and living space, but there are also dining establishments and a rooftop garden where you can enjoy stunning views of Marina Bay Sands and the CBD.
Nestled between offices and serviced apartments is the Green Oasis, a botanical promenade perched 100m above the ground. Spanning levels 17-20 of the CapitaSpring, this 35-meter-tall open space is home to 38,000 plants of over 70 species. Stroll through the lushly landscaped garden with winding airways if you wish to take a scenic respite from the scorching sun and the CBD district. Take advantage of other amenities in this area, such as ideation nests and work pods. Fancy a drink or a bite? Drop by the newly opened Sol & Luna Cafe for Latin European dishes and cocktails.
Make your way to the observation deck on the 51st floor and you will be greeted by the Sky Garden. This alfresco terrace offers breathtaking scenes of Marina Bay and 360 degree views of the surroundings. The Sky Garden is also home to the highest urban farm, where edible plants such as turmeric, radish and spinach are grown. These factories will be part of a farm-to-table initiative for two new F&B concepts that will open on the CapitaSpring rooftop later this year. Open to the public in the second quarter of 2022, the Sky Garden is perfect for a romantic evening as the views are particularly stunning at sunset.
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Foodies, expect to take advantage of hawker fare at CapitaSpring’s Market Street Hawker Center, which is slated to open in April 2022 with 56 stores. For couples wishing to live in co-living, you can book a stay in the Citadines Raffles Place Singaporewhich offers studios and lofts with hotel services.
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