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From 2 June we will be reopening our office strictly with regard to the government and Law Society guidance and recommendations on Phase 1 safe reopening.  Our staff will otherwise continue to work from home until further liberalisation of the reopening measures is introduced.

CMS Holborn Asia is a very different law firm. We are the first of a new generation of Singapore law firms and we are innovative, collaborative and responsible. Come and talk to us today about how we can solve your problems.

You can find us at the below address.

7 Straits View,
Marina One East Tower,
#19-01 Singapore 018936

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Directions

From the Airport

Distance from the airport is approx 20KM and a taxi would be the best mode of transport. You can also take the MRT and alight at Expo and change to the Downtown Line (Blue Line) towards Bukit Panjang to alight at Downtown Station, use Exit D.

By car

From the airport, follow road signs pointing towards City. Continue on the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) then onto the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) and take the Sheares Avenue exit (Exit 1A). Head straight down, turn right on Central Boulevard Road then left on Straits View. Continue straight and Marina One East Tower will be on the left.

By train

You can take the MRT, using the Downtown Line (Blue Line) towards Bukit Panjang to alight at Downtown Station, use Exit D. You can also take the North South Line (Red Line) towards Marina South Pier to alight at Marina Bay station, use Exit B.

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CMS Holborn Asia
7 Straits View
Marina One East Tower
Singapore 018936
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