‘Gold or Silver? Which one will you take?’
The 57th floor of the Sands SkyPark in Singapore offers you an amazing aerial view of Singapore city, and all 360 degrees of it. The best time to come up to the SkyPark is early evening, meaning you get to see Singapore by both day and night, and if you are lucky perhaps even a sunset.
Trust me, you haven’t quite seen Singapore if you haven’t been here!
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This is one Singapore sight I missed despite a month long stay in the city! BTW i am waiting for you to start your own Linky party so that I can join ( I know you are busy and also having several issues at one gobut whenever ….)!
Citylights from such a height always look so beautiful. Lovely view.
As someone who loves the Yellow Brick Road and spends a lot of time writing about what’s on it, your photo really speaks to me. LOL
Yes I have enjoyed this view from the top of marina bay sands. It was mesmerizing !
Lovely night view
Stunning photo, Esha. There’s something magical about night-time shots from a high vantage point, isn’t there?
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Thank you, Shirley. So glad to see you stopping by and sharing your thoughts. I love night-time shots especially in cities with clear skies and zero pollution levels. 🙂
Thank you Rupali.
Night-time aerial view of brightly lit roads and highways, buildings, automobile traffic surely makes a pretty picture. And this view of Singapore is lovely!!
Yes, Shilpa. It sure does. If it happens to be a beautiful city like Singapore, then all the more reason for that gorgeous view. Sadly, my phone camera wasn’t working well, so the picture didn’t come clear enough.
Lovely shot. i really enjoy this Wordless Wednesday posts.
Thanks a lot, Vasantha. Hope all is good with you now. 🙂
Yes dear. Thanks for your concern.
Wow! What a scenic view, Esha! I have seen so many pictures of SIngapore…hope I get to visit the city some day!
Thank you so much, Shilpa. Of course, you will. Plans happen on the spur of the moment, just like it did for me. 🙂
Keeping fingers crossed, Esha! 🙂
Thank you very much. 🙂