Friday, September 19, 2008

A moving experience at every turn...

I used to call this London Eye when I haven't accept that Singapore can also have one like this.

Standing 165m tall or 42 storeys high (as if living in a HDB flat), with capsules the size of small buses, here is Singapore's very own Singapore Flyer. Passengers can stroll (yes, stroll) around 28 air-conditioned and UV-protected capsules, each holding up to 28 people, and on a clear day you can enjoy a 360 degree view of the cityscape.
A view of the ECP and the private condominium at Tanjong Rhu.
In the background of this picture, on the right is the construction of the Marina Bay Sands – one of Singapore’s 2 upcoming IRs as well as the Marina Barrage, a dam being built across the Marina Channel to create yet another reservoir for our water-scarce island.
In the foreground is part of the F1 racing track.
Marina Bay Golf Course
The buildings along Nicoll Highway.

A peek at the Marina Bay and the Financial Hub.
The construction of one of Singapore’s 2 upcoming IRs - Marina Bay Sands.
Sunset views of Marina Bay and the Financial Hub.

Here's how much you got to pay...
At Merlion Park...

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