Buddy spots (5 found)

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Date: 30-03-2016
(Added: 30-03-2016)

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is over 150 years old. It's the only tropical garden, to be honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.and it has been ranked Asia's top park attraction. It's huge, you walk about 2 hours from one side to the other, but I didn't had to walk (haha!). There is no entrance fee (you only have to pay for watching the orchids).

 

Sentosa (Singapore)

Date: 30-03-2016
(Added: 30-03-2016)

In February 2016 I was in Singapore for the second time. Singapore was the starting point of our journey. We left it by train and travelled through Malaysia and Thailand.

I love Singapore! There is so much to see and to do. One place, that is very enjoyable, is Sentosa Island. It's all about having fun. You can go to the beach, in museums, they have rollercoaster, a Hard Rock Café, a Madame Tussaud's and many other things.

Old Hill Police Station (Singapore)

Date: 30-03-2016
(Added: 30-03-2016)

That's an amazing building. It was really used as police station. Today, it is used by the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) and Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, including the National Arts Council, the National Heritage Board and the Media Development Authority. I like the colourful window screens.

Marina Bay Sands - Singapore

Date: 20-05-2014
(Added: 26-05-2014)

Marina Bay Sands is not only a hotel with over 2.500 rooms. It's a big complex containing a huge shopping mall, an arts museum a convention centre, theatres and restaurant. It opened in 2010.

 The platform that overstretches the three 55-storey towers is called SkyPark. It's home to restaurants, gardens and a 150-metre vanishing-edge swimming pool for hotel guests only and a viewing platform for visitors.

 

Me at The Raffles Hotel in Singapore

Date: 22-12-1997
(Added: 06-02-2013)

At the Raffles Hotel. About to head on in for a Gin Sling.