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The Pinnacle @ Duxton

1 Cantonment Road The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore 080001, Singapore
+65 6225 5432
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1 Cantonment Road The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore 080001, Singapore
+65 6225 5432
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One gets a different 180 degree view from the 50th floor of the Pinnacle@Duxton than the usual one from the Skypark at MBS. But one also gets a different service than usual. The tickets can be bought from a most grumpy attendant at the unassuming...More

1  Thank Globetrotting_Bebbi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The high view looks incredible and it's windy up there. It's nice walk on the sky bridge spanning a few blocks of building. There are seating areas provided and if there is not much visitors, it's a very nice place for small talk with your...More

Thank emerald1000
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were maybe unfortunate on the day we went as the management office was a seat at the end of a corridor, which we found with some difficulty and following advice from some locals. While we had our EZ card it appeared this was insufficient...More

Thank chinahandEdinburgh
Reviewed 22 April 2017

There are better commercial places for good Singapore views. But this is probably the first one build on a public housing project which is opened for both residence and public.

Thank d171Hd
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Went there already late, around 8pm. The small management office was rather hard to find, despite all the arrows and direction given. I register with my EZ card to pay S$5, took certain elevator as directed, then gain entry by tapping the card to open...More

Thank martinacs
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

The skypark is amazing. 7 buildings, joined together with 360 degree views of the CBD, harbour and everything in between. There are little areas on the rooftop: a "beach", cottage, playground...although food and drink is strictly prohibited. If you can time your arrival at the...More

Thank MissAS80
Reviewed 11 April 2017

It cost $6 and you need a MRT to be allowed access to the top floor and see Singapore from this unique building. There are 7 towers all connected and the public is allowed access to the top floor only. Well worth a look at...More

1  Thank 24Maubeuge
Reviewed 29 March 2017

It is not overtly "public". You can see these characteristic buildings from almost anywhere in Chinatown which is practically next door. 1. It costs S$6. You have to go inside at the basement close to the overpass. A man will sit inside a pretty small...More

1  Thank Stensholm
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

It was such a nice surprise to visit the skypark on top of the Pinnacle! You get wonderful views of the city.

Thank Ghidusha
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

We visited during a weekday afternoon and it was easy to find. The ticket machine was out of action but there was a gentleman in the office who took the cash S$6 each and gave door access on our Singapore Tourist Pass cards. We were...More

Thank Mark A
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Nghị N
Hi Kris, can I ask what time would be the best to enjoy this place? I planned to be up there at sunset but worry that they are out of the tourist cap (200 tourists/day, as I read on other source). Please advise, thanks.
1 September 2016|
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Response from Kris k | Reviewed this property |
Daytime offer best views as far as eye can see take plantry of water and wear caps to protect yourself