Taking a trip to the Lion City in the next couple of months? Then you need to experience these three gorgeously Instagrammable spots in Marina Bay Sands for a memorable night out. Nightclub Marquee is set to debut in April, followed by Avenue and Koma, a modern Japanese eatery and sushi bar in May.
Super club Marquee
Marquee will make its debut on 12 April with a red carpet event and an exciting line up of internationally acclaimed DJs. This is set to be Marquee’s first outlet in Asia and its fourth in the world following outlets in New York, Las Vegas and Sydney. It is one of the longest running nightclubs in New York since its launch in 2003 and its sister outlets across the world have featured residencies of world-class DJs and artists like Armin van Buuren, Alesso, Kaskade, Dash Berlin, Andrew Rayel, DJ Khaled and Travis Scott.
Touted to be the biggest club in Singapore, it will span over 2,300 square metres, featuring three floors and dramatically high ceilings that soar 30 metres high. The outlet will house a first unique fully operational, eight-armed ferris wheel with unparalleled views of the nightclub from its individual pods. With a carnival theme in mind, the club also will feature a three-storey high slide for an extraordinary party experience. From the sounds of it, it is set to be an unforgettable experience for partygoers looking for something different.
Speakeasy vibes at Avenue
Not into the club scene very much? You have aother luxurious option. Come May, a swanky speakeasy lounge called Avenue will be launched on the ground level of the same complex. Drawing inspiration from original locations in New York and Los Angeles, their Singapore outlet will feature the latest in craft cocktail technology and fun features like a mini bowling alley and an arcade with vintage pinball machines. This space will play host to a distinct hip-hop and rock and roll music experience.
Koma Japanese eatery and sushi bar
Foodies will rejoice as there is yet another sushi bar to indulge in. Koma is designed by Rockwell Group and will feature décor with high ceilings, Japanese motifs and lantern chandeliers. Its interior follows a modern Japanese concept featuring both a restaurant and sushi bar, making it accessible for patrons to indulge in a customised Omakase menu or to grab a quick bite at the sushi bar.
TAO Group’s co-founder, Noah Tepperberg, said, “Singapore has proven to be the robust heart and soul within Asia. 2019 is looking to be an even stronger year for us with the introduction of three new venues – Marquee, Avenue and Koma– under one complex at Marina Bay Sands. We are excited and humbled to play a part in shaping the future of Singapore’s entertainment and dining landscape, and to bring about a thrilling integration of concepts for guests from Singapore and beyond.”