Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
Singapore has long been the transportation hub of Southeast Asia. Its large, modern cruise port facilities reflects that history, its wealth and technological sophistication.
The Singapore Cruise Centre is the umbrella entity that incorporates the republic's cruise terminals. They terminals are:
The Harbourfront International Passenger Terminal is located in the Sentosa HarbourFront Precint. It handles small and medium sized cruise ships. The facility is also home to one of largest shopping malls in Singapore.
A new cruise terminal called the Marina Bay Cruise Centre opened in 2012. It was designed to accommodate large cruise ships.
Contact your cruise line regarding shuttle services available to hotels.
The closest MRT station is the HarbourFront Station located on the North East Line. The Singapore Cruise Centre is approximately a 5 minute walk from the station.
The MRT station at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre is the Marina South Pier MRT. It is conveniently located 600 meters away from the cruise terminal.
For comprehensive tourist information on Singapore, please access the Singapore Travel Guide.
Kuala Lumpur, commonly known as just "KL" is the capital city of Malaysia. It can be accessed by plane, bus or train from Singapore. Visit the Kuala Lumpur Travel Guide for tourist information.
View map of the Harbourfront International Passenger Terminal (i.e. small and medium cruise ships)
View map of the Marina Bay Cruise Centre (i.e. large cruise ships)
Cruise passengers wishing to start or end a cruise in Singapore have a good choice of cruise lines to choose from. They include:
The currency used in Singapore is the Singapore dollar. One US dollar is worth approximately SGD $0.71
Average temperature and precipitation in Singapore is as follows:
Please visit the official website for cruise ship arrival and departure information.