After our visit to Ku De Ta in Singapore, we patiently waited for the sky to turn dark so that we could feast ourselves with the gorgeous night view of the Singapore skyline. This post will be featuring mostly pictures from the Skypark, from the daytime view to the moment just before it turned dark until it’s completely night time. Warning – overload of pictures coming up!
Singapore night view from Skypark
To get to Skypark, we took the MRT to Bayfront station. From there, we walked past plenty of high end retail shops as well as the casino, at the same time passing by some celebrity chef restaurants.
Marina Bay Shoppes
All ready to get up the Skypark
On the way to Marina Bay Sands hotel
TWG Tea House
The signature cantilever design of Marina Bay Sands
At the ArtScience Museum
The person who took photos of me 😛
View from the ArtScience Museum across the river
Another angle of the ArtScience museum
Across the bridge
witch and Saucer
Getting closer to the Skypark
Pretty soon, we reached the entrance of the Skypark and purchased entrance tickets costing SGD20 each. This only allowed us to entrance to the observatory deck and not to the swimming pool. There’s a guided tour to the pool everyday but it was fully booked by the time we reached.
Tickets to Skypark
The view from the Skypark was pretty spectacular. Even though the sky was not very clear but the feeling of being the top of the world, or in this case, Singapore, was quite something. It was also extremely windy up there, so it was probably to a good idea to bring a cardigan if you decide to wear sleeveless dress like me. 😛 Here are some of the pictures I took with my trusty LX5 in the evening and during night time.
Singapore skyline in the evening
View of the harbor
View of the Singapore flyer
Night view of Singapore #1
Night view of Singapore #2
Night view of Singapore #3
Night view of Singapore flyer
Yes we were there for almost 3 hours just to wait for the sky to turn dark but it was all so worth it. The night view was more magnificent than the day view, I think and adjusting the shutter time on the camera could do wonders! Stay tuned to the next post as we went around hunting for dinner in Singapore!
*Note: Read the rest of my Singapore Escapade here!