Running along Connaught Drive from the underpass at Anderson Road to Stamford Road, Esplanade Park was one of the most popular outdoor spots for both the European and Asian communities during the colonial era.
The park contains Queen Elizabeth Walk and several landmarks, including the Cenotaph, which commemorates those who lost their lives during the two world wars; the Lim Bo Seng Memorial, which eulogizes the World War II hero who died in Japanese captivity; and the Tan Kim Seng Fountain, which was built in honor of the philanthropist who set up Singapore’s first freshwater supply. In 2002, the park was the center of controversy when Esplanade – Theaters on the Bay was built, sparking debate over the radical architecture of the new building. Located on the waterfront, the huge, spiked shells of the complex contain a plethora of performing arts venues, including concert hall, theater, outdoor theater and recital studio, as well as gallery space, a performing arts library and a shopping mall.
How to go to Esplanade Park Singapore
Esplanade Park Singapore
Address: Connaught Drive
Nearest MRT: City Hall
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Bus Charter Rates
* Price varies by distant and timing
* Inclusive 1 driver
|13 Seaters||1 Way||From S$90|
|2 Ways||From S$180|
|Hourly||S$54/hr (min 10hrs); S$66/hr (min 3hrs)|
|23 Seaters||1 Way||From S$102|
|2 Ways||From S$204|
|Hourly||S$78/hr (min 10hrs); S$90/hr (min 3hrs)|
|40 Seaters||1 Way||From S$132|
|2 Ways||From S$264|
|Hourly||S$90/hr (min 10hrs); S$102/hr (min 3hrs)|
* Final prices subject to confirmation