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Affectionately known among locals as the "durian", Esplanade is one of the busiest arts centres in the world with about 3,000 performances presented yearly. Spot our prickly cladding in the middle of the central arts and cultural district, and take...more
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There are loads of things to do on the esplanade. Lots of eating places; shows to see; or just chill out.
The performances for the public are free. You will be kept entertained. There are some nice and pleasant views of the area.
We cannot believe such a good play and good place is free for everyone. Oct free concert is to celebrate children’s day. Young Musician played Tchaikovsky’s the Nutcracker. Concert started at 3pm-4pm. The young Musicians play fantastic music and we enjoy it. the next month...More
We visited this place twice once in the morning and once in the evening. The domes give a totally differrent appearance at different times of the day depending upon the sunrays falling upon it. The gardens are good. The adjacent mall is also okay
The Esplanade is a cultural centre. The inside interior is bit boring and not many things to see. The outside, egg shape doom is ok, but has no relationship with the interior planning. The promenade overlooking the harbour is the only thing that attract me.
We rushed to be in the front row for the free night shows where lights were shone on water features. There are more shows on Saturdays. We drove and parked adjacent to the Esplanade. We then walked around the bay all the way to the...More
Good range of shows, drama, orchestra, concerts etc. Nice ambience. Our first fully equipped, world class concert hall. Kudos to the developers. Wish there was more variety in terms of language. Currently the focus is still on the English medium and that's a pity. More...More
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