The operator of the Marina Bay Cruise Centre has completed an upgrade of facilities and services to make arrivals and departures more pleasant for holidaymakers.
The enhancements include a fourth passenger bridge to expedite boarding and disembarking, and enhancements to the baggage handling system at the departure area so that more bags can be processed faster.
The taxi area has also been re-designed to allow several taxis to be boarded at the same time, instead of one at a time, as was the case before.
The improvements are in response to problems such as immigration bottlenecks and a lack of cabs, which surfaced in April when two big ships called at the same time.
This article was first published on October 25, 2014. Get The New Paper for more stories.