Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade
#WednesdayWalk is an initiative started by @tattoodjay, The idea is to get out for a short walk, and get some shots of what you can see within a short distance of your home office or wherever you start.
The Marina Bay waterfront promenade is a 3.5 kilometres walkway. It is a lovely place for a walk. The best time to go there would be in the late afternoon or early evening. You can take a walk before the sun goes down, then go to one of the eateries or restaurants nearby for a bite, and then continue the walk in the evening - if that is not too much for you.
You will be treated to a sight of amazing and unique buildings and architectures. In the evening, with the lights on, the scene is transformed. It is even more beautiful.
The best thing about it all, it is open 24/7 to the public free of charge.
This week, I will show you the scene in the afternoon. Come by next week to see what the Marina Bay Waterfront promenade is like in the evenings.
Two weeks ago, this was an open space with a stage and live performances. Now, they have transformed the place. I tried to look for signs which will tell me what it is going to be, but I couldn't find any. I believe it has something to do with the F1 formula this weekend. Probably some Food and beverage place. It is going to be a busy weekend in Singapore.
The Art Scince Muesum
The iconic Marina Bay Sands towers
The Louis Vuitton store.
"The first Maison concept store to open in Southeast Asia, and only the fifth in the world. Housed in a standalone glass and crystal pavilion at the Marina Bay Sands (the other ones home to mega clubs Avalon and Pangea), its nautical-inspired exterior and interior are a sight to behold. It opened to much fanfare with the likes of Cate Blanchett and Chow Yun-Fat gracing the ceremony." 👉 Source
Palm tree alley.
I vaguely remember there is a story behind these palm trees. I must take a closer look, the next time I am there to see if I can find any signs or plague with the story behind the palm trees being there.
One of three Apple stores in Singapore. The store is entirely surrounded by water.