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Marina Square

"Jiak like a local" Food Trail @ Marina Square

Now to 30 April 2018, 11am & 3pm daily (Pre-registration required)

"Jiak" is Singlish for "To eat".
Tourists, join us in an all-in-one local dining experience, with three different food trails to choose from, where you get to sample the best of South East Asia and Singapore cusine, for FREE!

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Marina Square

Paw Patrol by ZOOMOOV

Level 3, near Times Bookstore

Are you ready to go on a ruff ruff rescue with PAW Patrol pups? Take a ride at Marina Square Level 3, near Times Bookstore!

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Marina Square

Beo Printing

#03-201/202

One-stop service provider for printing, photocopying, document binding, passport photo-taking and lamination services.

Marina Square

School of Music and the Arts (SOMA)

#03-142 to 144

School of Music and the Arts (SOMA) is the premier music institution in Singapore, focusing not only on contemporary music performance and career skills in Songwriting, Music Production and Audio Engineering, but also offering a diverse range of programmes ranging from Diploma Courses to weekly Performance Labs, allowing students to select courses that will best fit into their interests, lifestyles and goals!

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Marina Square

The Playfair

#03-155

Your chic & fashionable curated fair of kids' labels: from threads to soles, accessories to home, and more! With a playroom setting, children can indulge in sensory play, read unique books, and try on shoes comfortably in a dedicated space while you shop our hand-picked collections from your favourite kids' labels.

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Marina Square

MUNCH Saladsmith

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The sweetest little salad bar and rotisserie serving up a smorgasbord of flavours alongside juicy salmon slabs, chicken fillets, crisp dory nubs and crackling sausages. Time for fresh food!

Marina Square

Ya Kun Kaya Toast

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With more than 70 years of history, Ya Kun is a household name well-loved by all. A place where generations of Singaporeans gather to chat and indulge in their favourite coffee, it's also where you can get scrumptious traditional kaya toast served with soft-boiled eggs.