Getting to COMEX 2015 and the 10 best places to park

How to get to COMEX 2015

By MRT

Being one of the most efficient countries in the world in terms of public transport, it would be a waste to not take advantage of the infrastructure here. Suntec City is easily accessible by train, either by taking the circle line and exiting at Promenade Station, or at City Hall Station and taking a 10 minute walk via underpass.

By Bus

If you prefer to take the scenic route, there are several buses that go to Suntec City, depending on where you want to go to. Below is a list of buses that you can take to get to COMEX 2015!

Suntec Tower Three
36, 531

Suntec Tower Two
107M, 551, 581, 577

Suntec Singapore
36, 70M, 111, 133, 162M, 518, 518A, 700A, 857, 97, 106, 502, 518, 551, 581, 577, 580, 579

Opposite Suntec Singapore
36

Nicoll Highway next to Suntec City Mall
10, 14, 16, 70, 70M, 196, 541, 547

Where to park for bargain hunters?

We would suggest you take public transport. But if you really have to drive to take home the Smart TV you just purchased, we have done the homework for you – we have identified the parking areas in both Suntec CIty and other parking lots in the vicinity, from the most pocket-unfriendly to the best deal for bargain hunters.

Shaw Towers

Do not scoff at the old architecture. Shaw Towers at Beach Road is a great value for money parking destination, and because it is relatively unknown, is great for avoiding crowds at COMEX 2015. The best part? It's only a stone throw's away from the convention centre.

Do not scoff at the old architecture. Shaw Towers at Beach Road is a great value for money parking destination, and because it is relatively unknown, is great for avoiding crowds at COMEX 2015. The best part? It's only a stone throw's away from the convention centre.

Weekdays 12am to 5pm: $1.07 for first hour, $1.07 per subsequent half hour.

Weekdays 5pm to 12am: $2.20 per entry

Weekends: $2.20 for first three hours, $1.07 per subsequent hour or part thereof.

South Beach Tower

This relatively new and swanky building is right across the Suntec City Convention and Exhibition Centre, houses Facebook, and is also one of the more convenient and unknown parking spots for COMEX 2015.

This relatively new and swanky building is right across the Suntec City Convention and Exhibition Centre, houses Facebook, and is also one of the more convenient and unknown parking spots for COMEX 2015.

Weekdays 7am to 5pm: $2.40 per hour

Weekdays after 5pm: $3.50 per entry

Weekends: $5 per entry

Suntec City

The most obvious destination. Parking at Suntec City will mean that you save a lot of time on walking. Be warned however. Parking here during COMEX can be frustrating.

The most obvious destination. Parking at Suntec City will mean that you save a lot of time on walking. Be warned however. Parking here during COMEX can be frustrating.

Weekdays 7am-5pm: $2.20 for first hour, $1.10 for subsequent half hour (excluding public holidays)

Weekdays 5pm-12am: $2.20 per entry; after 12am: $1.10 per hour

WeekendsL $1.10 per hour

Marina Square

 Marina Square shares a carpark with Pan Pacific, Mandarin Oriental and Marina Mandarin

 Marina Square shares a carpark with Pan Pacific, Mandarin Oriental and Marina Mandarin

Mon-Thu, 7 am to 5pm: $2.20 for first two hours, $1.10 per half hour for subsequent half hour.

Mon-Thu, 5pm to 2am: $2.20 per entry, 2am to 7am $1.10 per half hour

Fri-Sun, 7 am to 2am: $2.40 for first two hours, $1.20 per hour for subsequent two hours, $1.40 per subsequent half hour after 4 hours of parking; 2 am to 7 a,: $1.10 per half hour.

Millenia Walk

Millenia Walk is a popular destination to park at, despite its pricey parking.

Millenia Walk is a popular destination to park at, despite its pricey parking.

Weekdays 7am-6pm: $3.30 for first hour, $1.10 for subsequent half hour

Weekdays after 6pm: $2.20 per entry

Weekends $2.20 for first two hours, $1.10 for subsequent hour

Esplanade

This iconic local structure is an option for those who do not mind walking a little further when parking their cars.

This iconic local structure is an option for those who do not mind walking a little further when parking their cars.

Weekdays 6am-6pm: $2 per hr ($1.50 per half hour at Waterfront car park daily) 12pm-2pm $2 per entry

Weekdays 6pm-10pm: $6 per entry; Aft 10pm: $2 per entry

Weekends 6am-6pm: $2 per hr ($1.50 per half hour at Waterfront car park daily)

Marina Bay Financial Centre

Weekdays 6am-6pm: $1.07 per 10 mins

Weekdays Aft 6pm: $3.21 for 1st four hrs; $0.27 for subsequent 10 mins

Weekends: $3.21 for 1st four hrs; $0.27 for subsequent 10 mins

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands offers pricey parking, but if you are desperate, you can be sure that they have lots available.

Marina Bay Sands offers pricey parking, but if you are desperate, you can be sure that they have lots available.

Weekdays 7am-7pm: $7 for 1st hr; $1 for subsequent.½ hr; (Capped at $26 every 24hrs)

Weekdays aft 7pm: $7 per entry

Weekends 7am-7pm: $8 for 1st hr; $1 for subsequent. ½ hr; Aft 7pm: $8 per entry

Raffles City

Decently priced, Raffles City Shopping Center is a popular parking destination with shoppers in the area who do not mind the ten minute walk through the underpass.

Decently priced, Raffles City Shopping Center is a popular parking destination with shoppers in the area who do not mind the ten minute walk through the underpass.

 

Weekdays 8am-5.59pm: $2.20 for 1st hr; $0.55 for subsequent. 15mins

Weekdays 6pm-7.59am: $3 per entry

Weekends $2.20 for 1st 2hrs, $0.40 for subsequent. 15mins for 3rd and 4th hr, $0.60 for subsequent. 15mins for 5th hr onwards.

Raffles Hotel

Weekdays: 12am-6pm: $3 for first half hour; $1.50 for subsequent half hour

Weekdays: 6pm-12am: $6 per entry

Sundays: $6 per entry