Singapore Part 1

Singapore City is one of the most livable city in Asia. I’ve been to Singapore twice and the city never fails to surprise me no matter what. Our last visit was in 2008 and I am beyond amazed by the new changes that have been happening in SG between 2008 and 2012. The city has lots of development such as the Universal Studios, Marina Bay Sands and many more tourist spots.

It was a beautiful day upon our arrival in Singapore after a couple of days of massive cold weather in Beijing (I thought I’d die of the freezing point. -13 Celsius was too cold for me) Finally, there was sunshine all over the city of Singapore. No more cold mornings, dark evenings, grey skies and hot puddings or soup.

We arrived in Changi International Airport on a late night and this time, we waited for our relatives to arrive from New York CIty (Aunt Lani and Uncle Jun) who would be joining the fun with us.

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Teehee. Our snacks inside the plane 😉

We arrived at our hotel in the middle of the night and it surely was a tiring trip. As soon I was done unpacking, I, without a doubt fell on my bed, took a big sigh, dropped my mobile, pulled my blanket over me and soon fell asleep.

Day 1: Marina Bay Sands Skypark

We woke up early in the morning to refrain from being barbecued by the scorching sun at the top of the building of Marina Bay Sands. So, if you’re planning to visit the place, go there early in the morning because during midday it would be so HOT!

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At the lobby while waiting for the driver to pick us up.

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 Approaching Marina Bay Sands Skypark. Look at that building shaped like a ship across 3 towers! 🙂 Anyways, they said that this building has become one of the iconic symbol of this city.

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 Upon entrance, you would see a very big, beautiful fountain as you go inside. You won’t be able to point the fountain in this picture, don’t you? Let me give you a closer look.

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 Yhup! The Water Wall Fountain! There’s this straight, thin metals moving as the water pours down.

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Off to the ticketing booth!

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 Once you reached to the top this will be the first view that you will see. Breathtaking, isn’t it? View from the top is just as impressive as from the bottom of the Marina where you can see such other famed sights as the floating soccer field.

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Look at that beauty!

 

 

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 An infinity pool with the view of the city, Ain’t it relaxing?

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While tourists are enjoying the pool and savoring the panoramic view of Singapore, we were just at the side ‘DROOLING’ at them. hahaha!

 

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 The Singapore Flyer which captured the hearts of both the local people and the tourists.

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