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Marina Bay Sands oberservation deck The oberservation deck on the Marina Bay Sands hotel is simply something you have to do while in Singapore. But if you are planning to go up there, why not go for a drink at the bar of Ku De Ta. Follow the signs in the lobby of the Marina Bay Sands hotel. The deck is open everyday from 09.30 am to 10 pm. How to get into the Marina Bay Sand Hotel pool? This is one of the most famous pool in the world. The only way to get into the pool is by booking a hotel room in the Marine Bay Sands hotel. Only hotel guests are able to use the facilities here.
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
If you dock at the Harbour Front you will notice there is a cable car going over the ship. This cable car goes to Sentosa Island. It is a fun way to reach the island. Follow the signs in the cruise terminal that say Cable Car. You can also take the mono rail from Vivocity to Sentosa.
1 Harbourfront Avenue, Keppel Bay Tower, Singapore 098632
You’ll find lots of different markets in Singapore. One of the best to visit is the Tekka Wet Market in Little India. Visit this market if you want to know more about Singaporeans and their way of life. Maybe even plan ahead and have lunch here in the local hawker centre.
Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore
Also known as the fountain of wealth. Until 1998 it was the largest fountain in the world. This large fountain build according to the rules of feng shui has a fountain that performs laser shows in the evening and during the day people can access the smaller fountain in the middle.
3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
This must be the most recognizable picture of Singapore. Marina bay is the large fresh water tank on which a lot of attractions in Singapore are situated on. It is a 24/7 thriving and energetic place where people live, work and play. Find the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Merlion, Esplanade, Flyer and Theaters by the Bay. Click here for the Marina Bay Panoramic map: http://www.marina-bay.sg/map_panoramic.html
Marina bay, Singapore
This neighborhood teels the story of Chinese Heritage in Singapore. The largest ethnic group of Singapore is Chinese and therefore this is one of the most important districts. Find lots of cute shopping streets here for good prices souvenirs.
New Bridge Road 91 Upper Cross Street Singapore 059443/058362 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059443
An interesting museum housed in a historical building by the Singapore river is much more than a history lesson. With Singapore being such a melting pot of Asian cultures it is only right to have a museum that takes a grand exploration through the many cultures on this continent. 14.000 sq m space and 11 galleries display all kinds of artefacts from China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia.
1 Empress Pl, Singapore 179555
Just up the Singapore river we find the historical Boat Quay of Singapore. It used to be the busiest part of the old port of Singapore, nowadays it houses various bars, pubs and restaurants. Go here for a nice drink or dinner with a view.
Boat Quay, Singapore
What in the 50’s and 60’s was known for its nightly gathering of trans women is nowadays known for being a shopping paradise. Get your souvenirs here at reasonable prices or get your local snacks here.
Bugis street, Singapore
Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay. Nowadays it is mainly known for its entertainment and restaurant district in the evening.
Clarke Quay, Singapore
This shopping mall is the largest in Singapore with over 340 shops. For the shop-a-holics: you don’t have to go far, it is located right next to the Harbor Front Cruise Terminal. From the terminal it is about 300 meter walk.
1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585
This is the waterfront location just north of the mouth of the Singapore river. Along this boulevard you will find all kind of venues like the Theaters on the Bay and the Queen Elizabeth Walk. It is also the perfect spot to view the Laser and Water show that takes places here in the early evening.