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The Skyline of Singapore provides a perfect backdrop for memorable pictures and selfies. These buildings houses offices of some of the biggest banks and financial institutes of the world. With classical landmarks such as the merlion, fullerton hotel and Cavenagh Bridge, the area is a...More
There is more to this area than the towers of the financial district and it's worth spending some time here. The easiest way to arrive is by the MRT at Raffles Place. Day or night time there will be things to interest the visitor although...More
We did it in the evening, not sure if it’s opened during the day but if so I would certainly return to check if the view is just so amazing as during the night. Although not the highest building in Singapore for sure the one...More
This Place is full of high sky scrappers covering the entire area of Raffles Place which is filled with some amazing vibes there .. everybody seems to be busy but once you see the place you will enjoy the vibes . The Sky scrappers looks...More
If you make it to Merlion or to Marina Bay Sands, you will take in much of this great skyline. Definitely photo worthy both during the day, at dusk and again after dark. Some great photo ops from Helix bridge, from the Esplanade, from the...More
This is basically a nice place to hang out in the evenings to catch some stunning views of the Singapore skyline change its various hues of colour in the transition from dusk to night. Plenty of eating places and bars to chill in the area.
One of the highlights of a visit to Singapore is the view of the city's various skyscrapers. Anywhere around the Esplanade vicinity or near MBS is a good vantage point from which to appreciate this. The Helix Bridge is a great spot, or the top...More