Marina Bay Financial Centre is designed to be Asia's Best Business Address™, a purpose-built financial centre designed to ensure Singapore's place as the financial capital of South-East Asia and a key hub in the world financial system.
Designed with a modern exterior and interior, Marina Bay Financial Centre offers its visitors a first-class, exclusive atmosphere coupled with spacious, high-ceiling facilities and floor to ceiling windows.
Tower 2 spans over 50 floors. Fully leased to multinational institutions such as American Express, BHP Billiton, Bank Pictet, Barclays, ICAP, Mount Eastern Holdings, The Macquarie Group, Murex and Nomura Singapore.
Tower 2 also offers full bank services from UOB and OCBC. Fullerton Healthcare resides in the first floor of Tower 2, providing healthcare solutions and services.
25 minutes to the International Airport (Changi Airport) by Taxi.
Directly above Downtown MRT station and 5 minutes’ walk to Marina Bay MRT.
A taxi stand is right outside the building's lobby.
Alight at One Raffles Quay (ORQ) bus stop, directly behind Marina Bay Financial Centre.
Marina Bay Financial Centre is located within the Marina Bay which is a 360ha development located at the Southern tip of Singapore. It was designed to seamlessly extend Singapore's downtown district and further support the city-state's continuing growth as a major business and financial hub in Asia. Reclaimed from the sea from the 1970s, Marina Bay is planned to seamlessly extend from the existing Central Business District (CBD) at Raffles Place.
The area bustles with parks, waterfront promenade, events and celebrations. Transportation infrastructure provide seamless connectivity.
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