I visited Singapore for the first time in three and a half years. Actually, I used to live in Singapore for one and a half year to attend a business school. A reunion was held in Singapore, so that’s why I came back there. This times, I spent about a week going around Singapore to take as many photos as possible. In this article, I will write about night view of Marina Bay Sands as part of Day 2.
[Visit Places (series of articles)]
* Day 1 (1) Fly to Singapore with Singapore Airlines
* Day 1 (2) Merlion Park
* Day 1 (3) Merlion Park (night view)
* Day 2 (1) National Gallery Singapore and Raffles Hotel
* Day 2 (2) ArtScience Museum and Singapore Flyer
* Day 2 (3) Marina Bay Sands
* Day 2 (4) Marina Bay Sands (night view) [This article]
* Day 3 (1) Singapore Botanic Garden
* Day 3 (2) Orchard Road
* Day 3 (3) Gardens by the Bay
* Day 3 (4) Gardens by the Bay (night view)
* Day 4 (1) Little India
* Day 4 (2) Chinatown
* Day 4 (3) Arab Street
* Day 5 (1) Singapore Zoo
* Day 5 (2) River Safari
* Day 5 (3) Clarke Quay (night view)
* Day 6 (1) National Museum of Singapore and Peranakan Museum etc.
* Day 6 (2) The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (night view)
* Day 7 (1) Sentosa Island: S.E.A. Aquarium etc.
* Day 7 (2) Sentosa Island: Merlion and Siloso Beach etc.
* Day 7 (3) Orchard Road (night view)
* Day 8 (1) Fly back home with Singapore Airlines
Sands SkyPark Observation Deck
Following the previous post, I will continue to walk around Sands SkyPark Observation Deck. Now it was just after sunset.
To begin with, the goods shop, which was centrally located at the observation deck.
I think it was good atmosphere, wasn’t it?
On the west side of the deck, you can see Marina Bay and surrounding buildings were lighted up.
To be honest, I wish I could have been there until it became completely dark, but I planed to watch a show (Wonder Full), so I left the observation deck.
Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
When I moved from the observation deck to Promenade area where Wonder Full was held, I passed shopping area (the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands).
Here are some photos of the shopping area.
Now I came outside.
I found there were lots of people.
I watched Wonder Fill near Merlion Park on the first day (see the related article) and will watch it at Marina Bay Sands on the second day.
The venue was the event plaza located at Promenade area.
Here are some photos of the show.
After the show, I walked around Promenade area.
Fullerton Hotel on the opposite shore.
Crystal Pavilion – Louis Vuitton shop.
Now I came to Helix Bridge. I walked across the bridge in the daytime (see the related article), but I originally planed to walk across it in the evening to take its night view photos.
Let’s get started.
The spiral design of the bridge was so unique.
Helix Bridge with Maruna Bay Sands and ArtScience Museum.
ArtScience Museum and Fullerton Hotel.
From near the goal point.
Although guidebooks about Singapore may not cover Helix Bridge so much, it should be a nice spot, especially for tourists who like to take photos.
To go back to Marina Bay Sands, I used Bayfront Bridge, which ran on parallel with Helix Bridge. This time, I changed color setting.
From Bayfront Bridge, I saw Helix Bridge.
Nobody took photos here, so it should be secret but nice spot to take photos.
Now I returned to Marina Bay Sands.
Then, I went back to the hotel and the second day of my Singapore trip was over.
That’s it for the article about night view of Marina Bay Sands as part of Day 2. You can enjoy Marina Bay Sands in the daytime, but you can enjoy it in the evening as well. So, I would recommend you will spend a whole day on Marina Bay Sands, if your schedule allows it. Plus, if you stay the hotel and swim at Infinity Pool, that should be great.
When I watch the TV commercial below, I would like to stay Marina Bays Sands in the future 🙂
In the next article, I will write about Singapore Botanic Garden as part of Day 3.