Marina Bay represents all things modern and super-stylish, from trendy dining destinations to exciting leisure spots.
Marina Bay is a bay found near the Central Area in the southern part of Singapore. It is a 360 hectare extension to the adjacent Central Business District.
At present, it serves as a place of leisure for many tourists in Singapore and many of which were captivated by the beauty that the Bay and its attractions.
Gardens by the Bay is a 101-hectare natural park found in the reclaimed land in Central Singapore which is adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. It has three waterfront gardens namely: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden; with Bay South Garden being the largest of the three covering 54 hectares of the area.
Get as much chance as you may have to explore the flora that is featured in the garden and those found in their Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, Supertree Grove. Children’s Garden, and their Horticultural themed gardens.
Formula One is another highlight you may enjoy in Singapore, you would have to buy tickets early though to assure a spot in the audience seats.
This thrilling race event becomes a must see too many tourists for it is rare to get the chance to watch the Grand Prix live. Just get your vocal chords ready for the cheering and screaming!
The ArtScience Museum is one of Marina Bay Sands’ attractions and is also the world’s first ArtScience museum.
It has a form reminiscent to that of the lotus flower. It has 21 gallery spaces and sustainable features with one being focused on recycling rainwater into water useable for restrooms.
Enjoy looking around and explore the wonders of this place and be sure to take pictures of yourself. Just don’t forget that selfie!
A giant Ferris wheel? Now we’re talking! Ferris wheels are generally known for being a romantic spot or a modern magic carpet ride that would allow you to see magnificently vies from above. Go conquer your fear of heights and try this enjoyable ride!
Esplanade is a 60, 000 square meter performing arts center located in Marina Bay near the mouth of the Singapore River.
It consists of a concert hall which seats about 1,800 and a theater with the capacity of about 2, 000 for the performing arts and was named after the nearby Esplanade.
Get the chance to see firsthand the national icon of Singapore which has the head of a lion with a body that of a fish – the Merlion.
Enjoy taking photos and looking around the famous Merlion statue which overlooks the bay and is spouting water from its mouth. Its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, which means“Lion City” in Malay.