Last day in Singapore and we went to see their famous spots! First up, seeing the magnificent Singapore skyline from the Marina Bay Sands observatory deck.
Gardens by the Bay, Cloud Forest, Flower Dome from up up up above
The Singapore Flyer across the Gardens
Lower right of the photo and you can see a tiny tiny tiny Merlion
Scared of heights? The observatory deck is 57 storeys above the ground and will take your breath away. Unfortunately, their famous infinity pool from the top level as well is exclusive for hotel guests only.
Marina Bay Sands, the famous three tower connected by the infinity pool and observation deck at the top.
These aren’t just awesome design, these are actually used for “recycling” energy to power the Gardens. You can watch a documentary and explanation inside the Cloud Forest.
These are walkways for people to experience the whole forest from bottom to top.
Greeneries and a few orchids all over the place.
Across the Cloud Forest is the Flower Dome where my momma just went gaga. She’s such a flower enthusiast and the flower dome is heaven to her. It was also Tulipmania at that time and there was a recreation of Holland in the center of the dome.
We didn’t go on the flyer anymore as we’ve already been the observation deck where you can see more of Singapore, but we have a photo of this at the Gardens which you can see the full Singapore flyer just across.
Literally just 3 minutes away from the Bay area is the Merlion Plaza where you can have a pose of the original Merlion. No, I didn’t do that catch-the-water-with-your-mouth pose, but a lot of people are doing that for certain. It was amusing to watch.
On the morning of our flight back home, we still had time to wander around Singapore so we went to Clarke Quay and had Song Fa Bak Kut Teh (I don’t have photo! I’m sorry, I was too hungry, maybe). We also did some last minute shopping and I’ll be talking about that on my How To Survive: Singapore post to guide you where to shop!
And that was it, let’s end our Singapore journey with a loner me in Changi trying to get WiFi. 🙂
Watch my 2 minute video all around Singapore here (it’s the coolest I’ve done, I’m obsessed) :