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The Pinnacle @ Duxton

1 Cantonment Road The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore 080001, Singapore
+65 6225 5432
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Tiong Bahru Public Housing Estate in Singapore
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1 Cantonment Road The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore 080001, Singapore
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+65 6225 5432
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"public housing"
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"ez link card"
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"tanjong pagar"
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"residential building"
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"sky garden"
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"ticket machine"
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"outram park mrt station"
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"marina bay sands"
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"entrance fee"
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"unique building"
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Pinnacles is a really unique building. It comprises of seven entirely residential 50 storey towers (making it the tallest residential building in the world), each connected by 500 meter sky-gardens on the 26th and 50th floors. Please note, although you can enter any tower and...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I used to live in Singapore and didn’t know this was available. Worth a visit. You need and EZ link card and you need to pay 6 SGD. Around sunset is a nice time and then you can stay longer to enjoy the view in...More

1  Thank R B
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Reviewed 26 February 2018

First time went there after seen recommendation online. Can reach there by walking from outram park mrt station. Once reach there, need to go to Block 1G (only available to access from this block), then go to storey 1 to register yourself at the office....More

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Reviewed 16 February 2018

visitors visiting level 50 will need to get a MRT EZlink card from the train station and produce it at block G office and a payment of $6 cash for entrance fee at the office itself. the card will be registered so that we can...More

1  Thank Edi P
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Reviewed 12 February 2018

This can be a bit of a pain to find, so make sure to look for block G and pay (ONLY 6SGD per person) at the small office. When you get up there, you'll be treated to outstanding views of the CBD, the port and...More

Thank TheOExpress
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Reviewed 9 February 2018

Still a relatively undiscovered attraction of Singapore. Cost $6.00 plus you must have an EZ card. the card is needed to operate the turnstile at the top to enter and exit the viewing platform. Make sure you have the correct amount as the guy in...More

Thank Shane B
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Reviewed 20 January 2018

For just 6 Singapore dollars you can see great views as building is 51 floors .recommend it go during sunset

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Reviewed 16 January 2018 via mobile

One of the nicest rooftops in Singapore. You can enter by tower G with the mrt card at a very cheap price (6$) and the view is amazing (no mbs but you can clearly see chinatown and a lot of skyscrapers plus Sentosa and the...More

Thank Beatrice A
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Reviewed 4 January 2018

Hint to tourists: BEST view you'll get of Singapore. You will be at 50 storeys high- so I am speaking for tourists who want to get great shots of downtown Singapore and the financial district. This is the top of a residential building, but you...More

3  Thank Sandy J
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Reviewed 7 December 2017

the place has a spectacular view across the city, and you can see malysia sometimes too! the 26 story is a playground / gym/running track. go to the 50th story if your main visit is just to see the place. please note that only Lifts...More

Thank Ethan L
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Response from Mikk P | Reviewed this property |
Bad weather or a cloudy day offer also extremely dramatic vistas - sun breaking through the clouds, curtains of rain hiding parts of the scenes, waves rocking the ships on the sea etc. More positive aspects being the lack of... More
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