Raffles Marina Lighthouse

Located at the tip of our Club's breakwater is Raffles Marina's own lighthouse. Built in 1994 and overlooking the Tuas Second Link – Singapore's second causeway to Malaysia, this 12 metres high icon flashes every 10 seconds with a beam that reaches 15 metres. The lighthouse is maintained by the Club and is the only lighthouse not owned and operated by the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore.

The beacon is a popular spot for photography groups. The lighthouse, together with the marina, has been featured on wedding and lifestyle websites and blogs. It has been described as one of the most ideal and unique venues among couples for wedding photography and nautical themed weddings. Some of these photographs have been featured on sites such as Pinterest, Flickr and on Instagram via this hashtag, #rafflesmarinalighthouse. View more beautiful shots of the lighthouse here.

During the evenings, soak in the expanse of the beautiful sunset as you take a stroll down the pier to the lighthouse. While the lighthouse is open to the public for photo-shoots, visitors to the Club are required to respect and abide by the Club rules and regulations at all times. Kindly refer to the notice below.

Should you wish to have an exclusive wedding photo-shoot, you may contact our Banquet Sales Team at sales@rafflesmarina.com.sg or call 6869 1880/ 2233/ 2222/ 1802 for more information.

Visit Raffles Marina Lighthouse, opens daily from 7am to 10pm.

NOTICE

Members of Raffles Marina extend an invitation to visitors, to enjoy the breakwater and lighthouse. We do however request that visitors respect this privilege and comply with the following:

1. Comply with Singapore Law at all times.
2. Comply with instructions issued by the Club security team or Duty Manager.
3. Stay clear of the seawall at all times. Do not sit on the edge of the seawall.
4. Small children must be under parental control at all times.
5. Fishing at the breakwater is exclusively for members and their invited guests.
6. Stay clear of members fishing at all times. Casting of fishing lines can cause serious injury.
7. Filming or photographing members fishing or private boats inside the Marina is prohibited.
8. No food and beverage may be consumed on the breakwater unless purchased from the Club.
9. Do not obstruct walkways with photographic or other equipment.
10. No drone flying without the Club’s written consent and approvals from the relevant authorities.
11. Organised groups of more than 10 persons are required to seek Club’s approval in advance of any visit.

Non-compliance may lead to visitors being asked to leave the Club.