LIVE AT THE
CENTRE OF IT ALL
Enjoy unrivalled connectivity and convenience when you call
The Reef at King’s Dock your home. Singapore's largest mall, VivoCity
is right next door, and you're steps away from not just one but two MRT lines.
past, present and the future
With its rich history, King’s Dock has been key to the island city state’s history.
Home to a landmark development, King’s Dock is set for a promising future.
1848: DISCOVERY OF A
Sir Henry Keppel discovered a promising
harbour, with waters deep enough to
receive large ships and vessels, and
natural terrain that protected these ships
from the elements. ‘New Harbour’ was
completed in 1886, welcoming ships from
all over the world.
1913: MARITIME HOTSPOT
King’s Dock, where The Reef is currently
situated, was revealed to the rest of the
world. The dock was the second largest
in the world, and the largest dock East of
the Suez when it opened. By the 1950s,
together with three other docks in the
vicinity, King’s Dock was instrumental to
the economic prosperity of Singapore
1975: TRANSFORMATION INTO
A WATERFRONT HUB
Singapore’s founding father, Mr. Lee
Kuan Yew, declared Singapore as “one
of the great centres of ship repairing
between Europe and Japan”, a feat made
possible by the role King’s Dock played.
A NEW MILLENNIUM
By 1999, Keppel Shipyard moved its
operations out of Keppel Harbour. And so
began the transformation of the harbour
into a prime waterfront precinct oering
REJUVENATION OF THE
In 2002, Mapletree and Keppel jointly developed
Harbourfront Towers and Keppel Bay Tower.
Subsequently, Mapletree rejuvenated the ageing
World Trade Centre and its adjacent exhibition
halls into a thriving business and lifestyle
destination. Inspired by its waterfront location,
VivoCity officially opened in 2006, offering a
vibrant mix of retail and lifestyle concepts.
A NEW GATEWAY TO
A WORLD OF LEISURE
The Reef at King’s Dock stands proudly within the Greater Southern Waterfront and sits
right on the edge of the upcoming Sentosa-Brani entertainment and lifestyle district.
Residents will enjoy unparalleled access to pristine beaches and an entire island filled
with theme parks, nature trails and more.
YOUR GETAWAY HOME.
YOUR GATEWAY TO THE WORLD.
Enjoy unrivalled connectivity and convenience when you call The Reef at King’s
Dock your home. Singapore's largest mall, VivoCity is right next door, and you're
steps away from not just one but two MRT lines.
RESORTS WORLD SENTOSA
Families will be delighted at how close the
integrated resort is. With the Universal Studios
Singapore™ theme park, S.E.A. Aquarium™,
Adventure Cove Waterpark™ and Trick Eye
Museum Singapore just across the water, you’ll
be primed for endless excitement.
The Reef at King’s Dock is the perfect
vantage point to witness the evolution
of the Sentosa-Brani district, as well as the
transformation of a new skyline. You’ll be
well-placed to experience the island’s five
unique zones and its wealth of entertainment
and lifestyle attractions.
If you need a break from the urban jungle, seek
respite from the lush, hilly Southern Ridges and
its neighbouring parks. The Reef at King’s Dock
is conveniently located near the upcoming Rail
Corridor, which boasts a biodiversity of flora
and fauna spanning 24 kilometres.
Home to the regional headquarters of leading
global businesses, Mapletree Business City is one
of Singapore’s commercial hotspots. Located
mere minutes away, The Reef at King’s Dock is the
perfect launchpad for professionals working there.
With Singapore’s largest mall right
next door, be pampered by a myriad
shopping, dining and entertainment
options. Enjoy easy access to the rest
of the island with direct connections
to the Circle Line and North-East Line.
MARINA AT KEPPEL BAY
Located on the historic Keppel Island,
Marina at Keppel Bay is a water
playground for the privileged. Indulge in
world-class waterfront dining or charter
a luxury yacht for a jaunt around
Singapore’s Southern Islands—the sea
is your oyster.
You’ll be minutes away from Singapore’s
key business and leisure district that
boasts towering skyscrapers and