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Ferry Terminals


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Link to Singapore Cruise Center at HarbourFront

SCC@HarbourFront has 2 terminals, the International Passenger Terminal (IPT) and the Regional Ferry Terminal (RFT). An intensely used terminal, more than 4.5 million cruise and ferry passengers use SCC@HarbourFront each year.

International Passenger Terminal (IPT)

The IPT is the ninth largest cruise homeport in the world, including Costa Crociere (belonging to Carnival Corporation & plc), as well as ships from Royal Caribbean International and Star Cruises.

Operating with just two berths, in 2010, some 1 million cruise passengers arrived or departed on 642 vessels that belong to 34 cruise lines. These cruise lines include many well known cruise operators namely Cunard Line, Royal Caribbean International, Star Cruises, Costa Crociere, Princess Cruise Line, Crystal Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Regent Seven Sea Cruises, Holland America Line, P&O Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line.

 There are 2 berths for international passenger cruise ships: CC01- 310m with depth alongside 12m and CC02 – 270m with depth alongside 11m.

At the IPT, passengers and visitors alike may enjoy a suite of amenities which includes food and beverage options, left luggage services, CIP Lounge services and free Wi-Fi connections. We also provide services for ship crews such as internet cafe and convenience shop within resticted area.


Regional Ferry Terminal (RFT)



In 1992, 6 berths were built to serve regional ferry destinations to the South and West of Singapore. Currently, there are at least 3.5 million ferry passengers that pass through SCC@HarbourFront (RFT) each year. Their destinations include:

– Batam Centre, Batam
– Harbour Bay, Batam
– Nongsapura, Batam
– Sekupang, Batam
– Tanjong Balai, Karimun
– Telok Senimba (Waterfront City), Batam


Your guide to our terminal. Get familiar as to where to check-in your baggage, get your boarding pass and board your ferry or cruise. Also don’t forget to visit our F&B outlets if you need a quick bite or simply spend some time shopping around while waiting for your embarkation.
Download map (PDF format) to help you navigate around the terminal.


Ixora CIP Lounge & Services

Exclusive service lounge for the Commercially Important Passengers(CIP)

Suite of services includes:

Personalized Check-in: Enjoy the premium lounge facilities as our well-trained Customer Service Officers (CSO) attends to your luggage and check-in procedures.

Convenient Immigration: Our CSO will escort you through the necessary immigration procedures and security checks bringing you to the pontoon for priority boarding.

Refreshments & Facilities: Light refreshments can be found from the menu as you watch the news on TV or browse some magazines from the rack, finding yourself seated back on the soothing massage chair or the interactive internet terminals. You can also access the Wi-Fi on your personal laptop and even, hold your important meetings here

Other Services

Courier Services (65) 6270 2524
Limousine Services (65) 6278 8762
Meet and Greet Services (65) 6513 2224;
Fax: (65) 6513 2287
Money Changers (65) 6274 7411
or (65) 6276 4834

 Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Marina Bay

Marina Bay Cruise Singapore

Link to Marina Bay Cruise 

Getting Here

Our Address

61 Marina Coastal Drive
Singapore 018947

Public Transport

Option 1

01 Board train along the East-West Line towards Pasir Ris or towards Downtown Station if coming from the Downtown Line
02 Alight at Tanjong Pagar Station (Exit C) or Downtown Station (Exit C)
03 Board bus 402 at bus stop, near International Plaza (03223) or near Marina Bay Financial Centre (03391)
04 Alight at the Marina Bay Cruise
Centre Singapore

Option 2

01 Board train along the North-South Line towards Marina Bay Station
02 Alight at Marina South Pier Station
03 Walk 600m alongside the sheltered linkway to Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore


Coming from AYE
(towards Changi Airport)

01 Take Exit 2 on MCE/Central Boulevard
02 Keep RIGHT towards Marina Boulevard
03 Turn RIGHT at Marina Boulevard to Marina Coastal Drive
04 Destination is on your LEFT after Marina South Pier

Coming from MCE
(from Changi Airport)

01 Take Exit 3 on MCE/Marina Coastal Drive
02 Turn LEFT onto Marina Coastal Drive
03 Destination is on your LEFT after          Marina South Pier


Parking Facilities

The car park has lots for 327 cars, 46 motorcycles and 25 coaches. It is linked to the cruise centre and has sheltered access.

Parking Rates

All charges are applicable from Monday to Sunday, including Public Holidays.

Vehicle type Period Charges
Car Parking 0701 hrs to 2230 hrs S$2.00 per hour, or part thereof for first 2 hours only
S$3.00 per hour or part thereof for subsequent hours
2231 hrs to 0700 hrs S$3.00 per entry
Grace period 10 minutes
Maximum daily charge S$15.00 per 24 hour block
Motorcycle Parking All day S$1.00 per entry per day
Grace period 10 minutes
Coach Parking All day S$2.00 per half hour or part thereof
Grace period 15 minutes

For enquiries about parking rates, please call +65 6876 5408 (24-hour hotline).

Checking In

Level 1 | Level 2

Free Wireless Internet

MBCCS provides free, unlimited wireless internet within its premises.

Ground Transport Desk
Left Luggage
Pass Office
CruiseFly Counter
GST Refund

Ground Transport Desk


Available at the Coach Bay

Left Luggage


Be free to move and experience the city. Let our Left Baggage service take the weight off your shoulders.

Available throughout ship’s stay
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Pass Office


Here for a meeting or work matters? Obtain your temporary pass here.

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CruiseFly Counter


Check-in here to for a seamless connection to your flight

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GST Refund


Get your GST (Goods and Service Tax) Refund via cheque payment or credit card refund at our counter, hassle-free.

Checking In

Level 1 | Level 2

Free Wireless Internet

MBCCS provides free, unlimited wireless internet within its premises.

Visitor Centre
YG Mobile
GST Refund
Seaworld Cafeteria

Visitor Centre


Need help?
Approach our staff for help.
Open throughout the ship’s stay

YG Mobile

Mobilephone Shop

Get the latest mobile phones and accessories here.


Convenience store

Get your basic needs before your cruise begins.

24-hours daily

GST Refund


Located at Level 2 Mezzanine, you can now get your GST (Goods and Service Tax) Refund via cheque payment or credit card refund at our counter, hassle-free.

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Seaworld Cafeteria

Food & beverage

Offering light snacks and beverages to quench your appetite.
Open on cruise days!
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Currency Exchange

Conveniently located within the terminal so you’ll be ready for your holiday.
All major currencies are accepted

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Food & Beverage

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Coming Soon

Food & Beverage

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VIP Lounge

The epitome of our service, this special lounge offers premium passengers of participating cruise lines the highest level of comfort and luxury in sea travel. Passengers also get to enjoy the lounge’s luxurious facilities, which include lounge seating, light refreshments, television and a variety of newspapers and periodicals.

Highlights of our premier lounge include:

  • Comfortable seating in a soothing ambience
  • Free flow of refreshments
  • High-speed Internet connectivity and wireless access
  • Cable television with a wide variety programmes channels and movies
  • A wide selection of international magazines and newspapers


Cruise Destinations


Photo courtesy of the Singapore Tourism Board, Photographer: Jessica Koh


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Bandar Sri Begawan (Muara)

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