Day 163

The Marina and Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.


Water fountain at Dragon Fly Lake in the Gardens by the Bay.


Introduction to Planet by Marc Quinn at Gardens by the Bay.


Here is Planet – White painted bronze, stainless steel sculpture weighing seven tons of a sleeping boy child.


The Pamela Hat by Manolo Valdes at Gardens by the Bay.


Blossom on plants in Gardens by the Bay.


Jasmine flowers.


The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.


A supertree.


The Supertree Grove.


The Supertree Grove at night.


Supertrees illuminated at night in Gardens by the Bay.


Audience watching and recording on their smartphones evening light and water show on Marina Bay.


Spectra – A light and water show on Marina Bay is held adjacent to Event Plaza in front of Marina Bay Sands.


Audience watching the lazer show.




Lights and dancing fountains.


Audience watching the water projection show.


Water, light, music and laser show at Marina Bay.


The two residential towers in the middle that are linked together by bridges are called One Shenton Way and two sides of each tower is clad in gold and two sides in blue glass panels. The towers are ranked as the 28th and 55th tallest buildings in Singapore. The tower on the left of the photo is Asia Square Tower 1 (18th tallest building in Singapore) and to the right of the photo is one of two twins tower called SGX Centre (40th tallest building in Singapore).


Marina Bay Sands Hotel through the trees.


The Marina Bay Sands Hotel roof contains an infinity pool and bar so patrons can look across the city whilst enjoying a swim or a drink.


The skyscraper in the middle is Republic Plaza the 123rd tallest building in the world and tied for second tallest building in Singapore with United Overseas Bank Plaza One and One Raffles Place Tower.


These two residential skyscrapers are called The Sail @ Marina Bay – Marina Bay Tower is 70 floors high and Central Park Tower is 63 floors high with a combined total of 1,111 apartments.


Two DBS racing yachts on the water at Marina Bay with the city skyscrapers as a backdrop.


Two DBS racing yachts on the water at Marina Bay.


Left to right. The white building  is Customs House Restaurant and Bar. The large building set back from the waterfront is OUE Bayfront Tower with Fullerton Bay Hotel with roof terrace the next building. The white building with the red tiled roof far right is The Clifford Pier.


Relaxing on the promenade at the side of Marina Bay, with the skyline of the finance and business district of Singapore in the background.


This sculpture was unveiled in August 2010 as part of Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games legacy. “Breathe” is a kinetic sculpture that captures wind by day and translates this energy into tiny lights at night, thus reminding us of the self-sustaining nature of our environment. Comprising three tree-like sculptures, with the tallest 10m in height, the “branches” of each tree are made up of olive leaf-shaped cups that represent the nations of the world. “Breathe” symbolises the peace and environmental consciousness shared by these nations and their united spirit for a truly sustainable global environment.


Sculpture called “A World United” by Huang Yi Fan reflects the unifying spirit of sports through a vivid depiction of various sportsmen engaging in the 26 sports of the Youth Olympic Games. Made with Stainless Steel with 2k auto paint in Signal Red and Black, the circular form symbolises peace and mutual respect of cultures shared by individuals through sports.


Olympic Walk adjacent to Marina Bay with the financial district skyscrappers in the background.


Photo shoot at Marina Bay.


The largest Louis Vuitton store outside of Paris built on Marina Bay.


Curved roof structure over the entrance to The Shoppes retail centre at Marina Bay.


Not your ususal retail centre. Gondolas travelling on an indoor canal through The Shoppes.


Gondolas on an indoor canal at The Shoppes.


I think quirky is the word to described the clothing combination and footwear.


Jane walking past mirror and garden scene panels at The Shoppes.


The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.


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