Captured some of the breath-taking view of Singapore’s City skyline in Marina Bay Sands Hotel 57th floor.
Location: Sands Skypark Observation Deck
S$23 for adults
S$17 for children (aged between 2 – 12 years*)
Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
Phone Number: 6688 8888
Singapore is such an amazing place. The English name of Singapore is derived from the Malay word “Singapura” ( Sanskrit , literally Lion City). It lies at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It has a total land area of 710.3 sq km, with one main island and 63 offshore islands. The larger offshore islands are Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin and Sentosa.
There are lots of things to see and do in this beautiful place. Here is a glimpse of some of the tourist destinations we have visited. I will be sharing separate posts of each Singapore tourist destination soon.
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS – SINGAPORE
JURONG BIRD PARK
GARDENS BY THE BAY
Chinese Garden, Singapore – is one of the tourist destinations in Singapore. It is also commonly known as Jurong Gardens.
This huge park has trees and pagodas.
There are also statues of Confucius, Hua Mulan and Yue Fei the legendary heroes of ancient China. There are benches that you can sit back and relax at your heart’s desire while watching the ponds, trees and small bridges while listening to the flow of water…
Chinese Garden is a good place to be with nature. This is one of the perfect places to relax and to get yourself away from the hustles and bustles.
It is located in 1 Chinese Garden Rd, 619795.
How to get there? It is easy. It can be reached at the EW25 MRT Station, East-West Line. Once you get off, you’ll see the path that leads to the garden right away.
Entry for this place is free for local and visitors overseas. Opening at six in the morning until eleven in the evening.
Here is the Chinese Garden Map. Don’t miss to visit this beautiful place.