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Singapore. P.1.

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • November 17th, 2015

Previously the classic view of

Singapore

was considered the view from the Swissotel Hotel, but a few years ago, between the main group of skyscrapers and the ocean, was built a huge hotel-casino named

Marina Bay Sands

- 3 buildings covered with a roof with a swimming pool, palm trees, restaurants and observation decks. 
Now classic views of the Singapore has changed. By the way, the tallest building on the right is the Swissotel...

The symbol of Singapore is

Merlion

, a mythical animal in the form of a lion with a tail like of the mermaid:

In the background is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. To its left is the exhibition hall:

On the site can climb everyone wishing to, even those who do not live in the hotel:

Its left part, where can get those who don't live in the hotel, is made in the form of the nose of the ship:

Singapore is one of the largest ports in the world. Here on the roads are always hundreds of ships waiting for unloading or loading:

Again the view from Swissotel:

Of course, we were not lucky with the weather:

Ferris wheel is the Singapore Flyer, built in the image and likeness of London Eye. Huge booths are suspended to a giant wheel. The wheel makes full circle in a half-hour:

View from the wheel:

Marina Bay Sands:

'Esplanade' theatre, built in the form of two halves of the durian fruit:

To be continued.
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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