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November 04, 2008

Central Promontory At Marina Bay

Image: Central Promontory site, Marina Bay.

Central Promontory At Marina Bay

The Central Promontory site at Marina Bay is the Singapore Biennale 2008's venue for a unique contemporary visual art exhibition. Access to the artworks at the newest location along Marina bay is free to the public.

Where is the Central Promontory site at Marina Bay? I was left wondering about this new Marina Bay site recently. I soon discovered that it was located at Marina Boulevard.

One way to get an idea of how to get to Central Promontory at Marina Bay is to look for the Merlion at Merlion park and walk pass Clifford Pier. At One Marina Boulevard where NTUC Centre is, turn left and the Central Promontory will be appear before you.

Currently at the Central Promontory site, visitors cannot miss Shigeru ban's Containart Pavilion. This artistic architectural concept made up of containers and recyclable paper rolls stacked up to provide the scaffolding for an exhibition space is the key attraction of Singapore Biennale SB 2008 at Marina bay.

This 'building', a large collection of huge cargo containers, is the largest outdoor artwork to be installed at the Central Promontory site. Inside the pavilion, you can enjoy many free visual contemporary artworks by internationally renown artists.

At the Central Promontory site, look out to Marina Bay and take in the visuals of the new-look that is coming up. To the left, on-going construction can be noted at Clifford Pier by the Fullerton Heritage. To the right, the Marina Bay Sands Intergrated Resorts is taking shape.

In between, familiar landmarks like the Merlion, the Singapore Flyer, the Esplanade (or Durian) and other Marina Bay buildings are a sight to behold. The new Marina Barrage however is hidden from view at the Central Promontory site.

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