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Good city and Harbour view. Can come up to sky garden (50/f) to watch fireworks. Highest public housing in Singapore. U have to come and experience the night view (around late afternoon onwards). If you are a photograph taker, this place suits you.
We have been the roof of Marine Bay Sands a few years ago. The view for Sands and here is two different views. Originally, I am planning to here for the sunset, but cloudy for the day we visit. Never mind, the changing on the...More
We walked from Orchard to the Pinnacle and the only challenge was finding the entrance kiosk for pay for the lift, it was disappointing therefore when the two clerks sitting in the office looked up, saw us (the only people there), reached over and picked...More
For 6 SG$ cash, you can enjoy a walk along the 50th floor skywalk as long as you want. Great views of Chinatown, downtown and parts of the harbour. You need to bring an ez-link (MRT) card as the access system manages gates by a...More
Every time I come to Singapore I visit here. Its a great view and at $6.00 a bargain. As usual there were only1 or 2 people on the viewing area. You need an MRT card or a MRT tourist pass as this is used to...More
Bad weather or a cloudy day offer also extremely dramatic vistas - sun breaking through the clouds, curtains of rain hiding parts of the scenes, waves rocking the ships on the sea etc. More positive aspects being the lack of... More
Bad weather or a cloudy day offer also extremely dramatic vistas - sun breaking through the clouds, curtains of rain hiding parts of the scenes, waves rocking the ships on the sea etc. More positive aspects being the lack of other visitors and no sunburn.