During my recent visit to Singapore, we’ve been experiencing bouts of torrential rainfall almost everyday.
These were captured at Collyer Quay and you can see how wet the ground has been. Glad the rain stopped long enough for us to take a leisurely stroll along the Quay and do some skywatching in the late evening.
Across the water is the skyline-dominating, Marina Bay Sands with three 55-storey towers connected by a 1 hectare sky terrace on the roof, which is known as Sands SkyPark. We managed to visit the rooftop too and took some pictures but I'll post them another time.
Here is another lovely view of the resort fronting the bay. Sitting pretty at the left corner of this photo is the lotus flower shaped ArtScience museum followed by Singapore Flyer as far as the eye can see.
Bonza photos i especially like the reflections :-).ReplyDelete
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Wow! Stunning photos but the landscape had really changed since we were there in 1999!!ReplyDelete
It's a crazy and fantastic building.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this great pictures!
That building is fantastic -- very unique and impressive. I look forward to seeing pictures from the rooftop. Your evening photo is absolutely marvelous. I love the lights and the reflections.ReplyDelete
Marina Bay Sands fascinates me, and the ArtScience Museum too. Very futuristic architectures.ReplyDelete
incredibly rainy skies you captured. it seemed your time in s'pore was wonderful.ReplyDelete
What lovely shots! The sky terrace must be amazing!ReplyDelete
Singapore is a place I (still) hope to visit one day!ReplyDelete
At this time of the year torrential rains in the afternoon are a must for Singapore. Makes for great skies and clean streets.Great shots, especially the last.ReplyDelete
Those are very fabulous photos giving justice to an equally fabulous architectural design, and the composition amazing. That 3rd one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
Terrific captures and what an amazing, beautiful building! Wow! what a sky terrace! It must be amazing indeed to visit! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Cool! I have heard about this place and would love to visit there someday myself. It'll be nice to see the pictures you took from the top, even if they are rainy :)ReplyDelete
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Wonderful views of the city. The reflections are very nice.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. A very unique and large structure set against a dramatic sky.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos. That is a spectacular structure. Have a blessed week-end.ReplyDelete
Please come see my skywatch also. Have a nice evening.
Nice shot of Marina Bay Sands despite the gloomy weather.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a neat buildings. I have never seen 3 separate structures that share a rooftop. Nice reflections of the walkway after the rains. I'll be heading to Asia next week and the forecast is rain. :(ReplyDelete
Whoa heard this is the most expensive office space in Singapore right now which can fetch a few thousand Sin dollars per sq ft.ReplyDelete
Lovely buildings nice shots of the three buildings with the clouds and reflection. People said they looked like three incenses from a distance.ReplyDelete
Wow, the resort towers are beautiful. I would like to stay for for a few nights. Lovely photos and reflections. Happy skywatching!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous architecture. And I love the lights and reflections in the last photo.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful building. :D Aww....it's like an art if you ask me.ReplyDelete
I have heard rave reviews regarding this Marina Bay Sands. I wanna bring my family there one day.ReplyDelete
What an incredible building and architecture! Nice photos.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos and the sky terrace is amazing!ReplyDelete
Love Marina Bay Sands! Makes me feel like visiting Singapore! : )ReplyDelete
Hey that's looking great! Love that architecture.ReplyDelete
Hi LR! :)ReplyDelete
Alamak we didn't get to visit here too on our last visit... yeah la.. so busy at the casino hahahahhahah!ReplyDelete
Love the pics sweetie... which hotel did u stay at I wonder....ReplyDelete
Next trip, try the river cruise. :)ReplyDelete
Oooo Beauty, cut the breath!ReplyDelete
When I went I, these three buildings did not exist, but remember, expensive hotels had huge garden on the roof!
Your photos are wonderful and very nice your trip!
I am very happy for you!
Many greetings and kisses