Harbourfront Centre is a shopping mall located along Telok Blangah Road at the southern tip of mainland Singapore. This mid-sized retail complex has a range of shops including hair/beauty salons/spas, gifts/souvenir shops, jewellery and timepiece retailers, children's education/learning centres, luggage/bags & shoes stores, as well as many cafes and restaurants.
Harboufront Centre is located next (and internally linked) to the mega-mall Vivocity. Also nearby are Harbourfront Towers One and Two, Keppel Bay Tower, and the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Harbourfront office building. It also houses the Harboufront Passenger Ferry Terminal which is an immigration clearance checkpoint for visitors taking ferries to the Indonesian islands south of Singapore (Batam). Beside the ferry terminal is a berthing port (Jardine Steps) for cruise ships. Harbourfront Centre was formerly known as the World Trade Centre (Singapore), before it was renamed to its present name in 2003.
By public bus:
Alight at nearby bus stops along Telok Blangah Road. Alternatively, take the bus to Harbourfront (formerly Seah Im) Bus Interchange which is across the road from the Centre.
The mall is linked to the underground Harbourfront MRT Station (CC29 of the Circle Line (CCL), NE1 of the North-East Line (NEL)).
The mall has its own carpark. Additional parking lots are available nearby in Vivocity or across the road in open-air carparks near Seah Im Food Centre.