27 Jun 2021< Back
As we navigate working in the new normal, an increasing emphasis has been placed on both our physical and mental wellness. Of the many ways to de-stress, running has been a great source of relief for many of us.
When work gets long and our head feels heavy, a simple way to clear our thoughts is to go for a light jog or a run. In addition, the landscape and views that accompany can greatly enhance your experience. Located along Marina Bay, our portfolio including Marina Bay Financial Centre and One Raffles Quay provides our community with ample opportunities for one of the most scenic runs one can have in Singapore.
Here are three running routes along the Marina Bay area where you can take in the stunning Singapore skyline and refresh your mind, as a beginner in running or otherwise.
3KM – Marina Bay Loop
Perfect for those wanting to get out for a short run, this loop covers many of Singapore’s iconic buildings and soaring skyscrapers.
Running Route: Marina Bay Sands -> Red Dot Design Museum -> The Promontory -> One Fullerton -> Merlion -> Jubilee Bridge / Esplanade Bridge -> Esplanade -> Floating Platform -> Helix Bridge -> ArtScience Museum -> Marina Bay Sands.
5KM – Gardens by the Bay route
For a mid-length run, try circling through Gardens by the Bay. While getting a workout in, you can also enjoy the lush greenery and a glimpse of the beloved Supertree grove.
10KM – Gardens by the Bay to National Stadium Loop
For the seasoned runners, a longer route can be taken that follows through Gardens by the Bay to the National Stadium. Along this route, you get to pass by iconic landmarks such as the ArtScience Museum, Singapore Flyer, Marina Barrage and more. This should cover around 9KM. Stretch this route to 10KM by ending your point at Marina Bay Sands.
Running Route: ArtScience Museum -> Gardens by the Bay -> Flower Dome & Cloud Forest -> Marina Barrage -> Bay East -> Tanjong Rhu Promenade -> Tanjong Rhu Suspension Bridge -> National Stadium -> Merdeka Bridge -> Marina Promenade Park -> F1 Pit Building -> Singapore Flyer -> Helix Bridge -> ArtScience Museum.