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Last 3 weeks, my mom and sister them visited to Singapore. They stayed at Studio M Hotel  which located near Clarke Quay MRT station (10-15 mins walking distance). Click here to see the room design. It was so comfort and relax to stay here. Studio M Hotel was 4 star rating hotel, that’s why the room rate was not cheap also. The room rate was $259.78 (USD) for 2 nights. 
They reached Singapore around 1 pm. After checked in the hotel. We walked to Clarke Quay MRT station.

Today destination was Marina May Sands Singapore. Marina Bay Sands was located at 10 Bayfront Avenue, along the Marina Bay waterfront, in the heart of Singapore.
We took MRT to Promonade station and followed exit A.  Once you stepped out from Exit A, you can either take bus, cab of by foot to Marina Bay Sands. We decided to walk there as we want to enjoy the view along  The Helix Bridge (螺旋桥). It took us around 15-20 minutes to reach there.

There was a sky park built on the top of Marina Bay Sands. We were planning to go there later.
Jaycey and Jeremy.
A special stage was built for coming National Day Parade. 
This was the stadium for National Day Parade.

My sister’s mother-in-law and my mother.  A nice shot for them with the Singapore Flyer.

A very nice and unique bridge - The Helix Bridge.
When combine the Marina Bay Sands and The Helix Bridge. It was really Thums Up! Vert nice! 

Of course quickly snap this nice view~
We went up to The Helix Bridge.
Me and my lovely mom on the Helix Bridge.

 The Marina Bay Sands just right behind us.

Suddenly we heard helikopter sound. Looked! 3 Helicopters flying by with the Singapore flag. O…They were having National Day Parade 2010 rehearsal.

We saw Singapore Air Show rehearsal too.

A nice view from The Helix Bridge. I believed the night view was excellent.
Haha. We reached Marina Bay Sands soon.

Getting closer to Marina Bay Sands.

I was just below the Marina Bay Sands.

We went to Marina Bay Sands Hotel Lobby, Tower 3 to purchase the ticket for The Sands SkyPark Public Observation Deck. Tickets to Public Observation Deck are priced at :

  • S$20 for adults
  • S$14 for children (aged between 2 – 12 years)
  • S$17 for senior citizens (aged 55 years and above) 
    The Public Observation Deck will be open daily from 10am to 10pm. I shoot this picture while queuing up ~ It was so long queue! For your information,  the Public Observation Deck can hold up to 600 people. The ticket was sold first come first serve basis. If you came around 4-5 pm, the ticket may sold out and the queue might be very long! So, it was advisable to purchase the ticket as earlier as you can. The ticket was valid for 24 hours but it was one time entry only.

    The Sand Sky Park at 56th floor.

    If you want to know ”What You can See” at Skypark Public Observation Deck, please see below:
    2. Hotel information, Sands SkyPark information & Marina Bay reclaimed land.
    3. Central Business District, Clifford Pier, Sands Expo and Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands casino, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
    4. Padang (Cricket Club & Singapore Recreational Club) , Merlion, Old Supreme Court building., New Supreme Court building, Theaters, Event Plaza, Crystal Pavillions, 2nd largest Louis Vuitton store.
    5. City Hall building, Esplanade, HDB Flats.
    6. Marina Bay Sands Museum, St. Andrews Cathedral, Float @ Marina Bay, Helix Bridge.
    7. Singapore River, F-1 pit building and race track.
    8. Nicoll Highway, Little India.
    9. Benjamin Sheares Bridge, Kallang river and dragon boats races , Kallang Indoor Stadium and future Sports Hub
    10. Future Gardens By The Bay, Marina Barrage, East Coast Parkway and Changi Airport Control Tower.
    11. Kusu island.
    12.Sentosa, Batam island (Indonesia), Singapore Port.
    This was the view of Sky Park Observation Deck. 
    This is the view from view point #4  

    We at Observation Deck View Points #8 – Nicoll Highway & Little India…Er..Where is Little India actually?

    This is the view between view point #7 & #8. 

    Night View of Singapore!


    It was so crowded lor..Everyone “chop” the nice view point for their photo shooting.  

    Fireworks! Just to let you know ya. The ticket was not including this firework event ya. We were just lucky! I guess they were doing the rehearsal for Singapore National Day Parade.

    I quickly prepared my camera and I was so lucky to shoot this Panoramic View. Super Beautiful la..

    So nice~ I think on National Day that night. The fireworks will be very very nice~ If you wish to see this nice fireworks, you can visit to Singapore on 9th Aug 2010 which is Singapore National Day!

    No more fireworks… It was just a few seconds. 

    This is the view from view point #5 -  City Hall building, Esplanade, HDB Flats.

    Before we left, took a final shoot first.

    Ps & Me. 

    There was so crowded. Alot of people!

    We went to another part of the Sky Park. At first this place was not accessible but we saw alot people just walked toward here. So, we just followed.

    So many people standing there to see what?

    See! A 150-meter infinity swimming pool, the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height. Too bad, this facility was only available to hotel guests only.

    Besides the swimming pool, there were also several jacuzzi tubs with a panoramic view of Singapore.

    After visiting Sky Park. We back to 1st floor. We saw fireworks again!

    That’s all for the Sky Park of Marina Bay Sands :)

    We were  heading to Marina Bay Sands Casino.


    Casino/Expo & Convention centre. 

    The casino just right infront us.

    This is way is to Museum and skypark.

    We reached Marina Bay Sands Casino – 金沙赌场  

    PS & I didnt go in as we need to pay $100 entrance fees @_@. 

    So, PS & I just walked  around.

    We went to the shopping centre.

    If you felt tired after whole day shopping. Take a break with this boat ride~ But need to pay lar~

    They called this boat ride – Sampan ride.

    Standard prices for each ride will cost $10 per adult and $6 per child (2–12 years old). The boat ride was operating from 11am to 8pm daily (Last ride leaves at 7.30pm), the Sampans commence their journey within the canal at Basement 2 of The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets may be purchased at the Basement 2 Concierge counter next to the canal, near #B2-96 (Retail stores Hush Puppies and Obermain) and the Ticketing counter operates from 11am to 8pm daily.

    After that, we went back to Casino to meet them. 

    Marina Bay Sands at night. 

    A ship alike building :)

    After that, we took a cab to Chinatown. We had our dinner at one of the chinese restaurant called Oriental Chinese Restaurant - 东方美食. I will post the photos in another separate post because all the photos just related to FOOD. If you felt interested on the food, click here to continue.
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