Landmarks in Singapore
When you’re in the vicinity of the Merlion Park and One Fullerton, it’s hard to miss out on the iconic symbol, regarded as the pride of Singapore. The large Merlion statue, standing at a height of 28 feet has a lion’s head and a fish’s body and represents the city’s humble origins as a fishing village. From here, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Marina Bay. Monument Park Landmark
Set to become Singapore’s next landmark, this architecturally unique pedestrian bridge is the world’s first double helix bridge. Resembling the structure of a DNA, the bridge has five viewing platforms across the entire length to enjoy great views of the Singapore skyline and events taking place within Marina Bay.
Singapore Discovery Centre
Not quite an art gallery or a museum, the Singapore Discovery Centre is a unique attraction that is part science centre too. The Singapore Discovery Centre shares the story of Singapore’s rise and the unique ‘Singapore Experience’ in an interactive and interesting way. Landmark CulturalTheme park
Raffles Landing Site
Raffles’ Landing Site is a historical site in Singapore. It is believed that this is the place where Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles landed in on January 29, 1819. Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles is known as the founder of Singapore. Landmark Monument
Marina Barrage is a stunning example of harmony between nature and technology. The Marina Bridge dam is built at the confluence of five rivers across the mouth of the Marina Channel. The Marina Bridge creates Singapore’s 15th reservoir.
At 36 metres from the ground level, Henderson Waves is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. Take a walk on this beautiful, 274-metre-long bridge and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding greenery and the Singapore skyline. The bridge also has quaint seating areas where you can just sit.
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