Six Battery Road is a landmark building in the heart of Raffles Place. It is the first operating office building in the Central Business District to be conferred the prestigious Green Mark Platinum Award, the Building and Construction Authority’s highest accolade for green building certification.
Strategically located with convenient access to transport, amenities and panoramic views of the Singapore River and Marina Bay.
With innovative features which enhance the aesthetics as well as its green specifications, Six Battery Road stands out as an iconic building for environmental sustainability. “Rainforest Rhapsody”, the largest indoor vertical garden comprising approximately 2,000 square feet of a rich selection of around 100 plant species, was unveiled on 24 March 2011.
25 minutes to the International Airport (Changi Airport) by Taxi.
Directly above Raffles Place MRT.
A taxi stand is right outside the building's lobby.
A 5 minute’s walk to Fullerton Road bus stop.
Six Battery Road is located right above the Raffles Place train interchange station in the midst of the financial district.
It faces the Singapore river and stands amongst 5-star hotels including Fullerton Hotel and Fullerton Bay Hotel.
The area bustles with parks, waterfront promenade, events and celebrations. Transportation infrastructure provide seamless connectivity.
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