Singapore’s Spectacular Architecture

Marina Bay

Amazing architecture in Singapore! The place to be is Marina Bay. I spent a full day in the area, shooting like crazy under extreme heat. The heat worked towards my advantage. Besides losing some weight, most of the shooting areas were deserted of people, who took cover from sun inside the enormous shopping mall.

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is the iconic three tall buildings with one top roof. At night there are laser light shows.

Marina Bay

View towards Marina Bay Sands

Singapore architecture: Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands close-up

Gardens by the Bay

Nearby are the Gardens by the Bay – a futuristic park featuring giant man-made tree structures and greenhouses, nicely lighted at night. It is like a scene from a SF movie!

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay – the tree structures

Art Science Museum

Stunning architecture, a combination of art and science, for the the lotus flower shaped Art Science Museum!

Singapore Art Science Museum

View towards the Art Science Museum and Singapore Downtown. Photo taken from the Helix Bridge.

Singapore Art Science Museum

Singapore Art Science Museum

The Esplanade

The performing arts center on the Esplanade consists of a concert hall and a theatre located inside two “big durians”.

Singapore architecture: The Esplanade

Marina Bay – view towards The Esplanade

Singapore architecture: The Esplanade

The “Big Durian” – The Esplanade Singapore

Louis Vuitton Crystal Pavilion

I may not be interested in Louis Vuitton bags, but I felt in love with the angular architecture of their Marina Bay store!

Louis Vuitton Crystal Pavilion

Louis Vuitton Crystal Pavilion

Louis Vuitton Crystal Pavilion

Louis Vuitton Crystal Pavilion – the entrance

Singapore at Night

Singapore at Night - Fullerton Bay and Downtown

Singapore at Night – Fullerton Bay and Downtown

Singapore at Night

Huge outdoor fans cool the air day and night

Orchard Road

“ION Orchard” shopping mall impresses through its curvy shapes and the multi-sensory canvas media wall covering its facade.

Singapore architecture: Ion Shopping Mall, Orchard

Ion Shopping Mall, Orchard

Highlights of Singapore

 

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