Marina Bay Sands hotel, was the world's most expensive building, at US$ 5.7 billion (maybe still is the most expensive). The hotel has about 59 floors. Floor 59 is for sightseeing open to public, smaller area big enough for plenty people. On the follor 57 on the top of the hotel there is a big swimming pool for hotel guests only)
Gardens by the Bay - beautiful park in central Singapore. It has lightshow with fantastic music every evening and there is a restaurant "IndoChine" at the highest "tree". WHole atmosphere is amazing, and visitors were totaly astohished. Just like one said "This is Utopia" . Well, not utopia, but this is reality.
View on Marina Bay Sands hotel, in Singapore. There is a mall with restaurants on the other side and people also go here for a walk.
Singapore - once a fishing village, Singapore became an important port by the end of the 19th century. Today, it is one of Asia's main financial hubs.
Evening laser show at Marina Bay Sands. Every evening there is a light show from the top of Marina Bay Sands hotel.
Merlion at Marina Bay. Merlion is mystical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, the Merlion is the most important trademark, and symbol of the country. Some people say "If you haven’t seen the Merlion, you haven’t fully seen Singapore".
The original statue at the Merlion Park measures 8.6 metres high and weighs 70 tonnes, and is one of Singapore’s most well-known icons. The lion head represents the lion spotted by Prince Sang Nila Utama when he re-discovered Singapura in 11 AD, as recorded in the "Malay Annals", and the fish tail of the Merlion symbolises the ancient city of Temasek (meaning “sea” in Javanese) by which Singapore was known before the Prince named it “Singapura” (meaning “lion city” in Sanskrit). The Merlion is representative of Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village, and is a national icon that you must visit on your trip here. Don’t forget to capture a view of the seafront and the Merlion set against the backdrop of skyscrapers in Singapore’s Central Business District while you’re here.