Marina South Pier

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Coordinates: 1°16′15.45″N 103°51′47.67″E / 1.2709583°N 103.8632417°E / 1.2709583; 103.8632417

Marina South Pier
Locale Marina South
Maintained by Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Design Surbana International Consultants Pte. Ltd.
Construction Toa Corporation
ANDO Singapore Private Limited
Owner Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Opening date 1 April 2006

Marina South Pier is a pier that is located in Marina South, Singapore. It is used as a terminal for tourists and day trippers who are boarding small boats and ferries heading for the Southern Islands. Regular ferries to Kusu Island and Saint John's Island operate secondly.

Marina South Pier was specifically built to replace Clifford Pier when the Marina Barrage was built. It opened in April 2006.

November 23, 2014, Marina South Pier opened as a dedicated MRT station serving the pier and its vicinity. The station is part of the North South Line Extension.

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Rail[edit]

The nearest MRT station is Marina South Pier and Marina South opening in 2021,[1] both stations will serve the pier and its vicinity.

Bus[edit]

Service 402 will stop by the pier from Marina Bay which covers the first four bus stops.[2]

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