Attractions in Marian Bay
The Singapore Flyer is the city’s version of the London Eye – and the huge observation wheel offers a picture-perfect view of Singapore. One of the top attractions in Singapore, the flyer carries passengers in a gentle loop in order to showcase the beautiful city from every angle. Guests should keep their eyes peeled for key sights such as the Singapore River, Raffles Place and much more.
Blending natural history and modern innovation, the Gardens by the Bay are one of the top attractions near the Marina District. At the centre of the garden sits the ‘Supertree Grove’, a man-made structure that lights up the gardens at night. Visitors can get a different perspective on the gardens with the Skywalk, which allows visitors to ascend into the trees. Visit the Gardens around 8pm on any night and witness the trees light up in a rainbow of beautiful colours.
A city icon in its own right, this museum is as fascinating from the outside as it is on the inside. The building is designed to resemble a lotus flower and is a true architectural marvel. Visit the museum, and inside guests will find 20 different gallery spaces, showcasing some of Singapore’s best culture and history. The ArtScience museum holds regular exhibitions, so visit the website to see what is taking place during your visit.
This authoritative figure is made up of 70 tons of solid concrete, and is supposed to personify Singapore as a nation. Designed to resemble both a mermaid and a lion, the Merlion sits on the bay, producing a fountain of water. The area surrounding the Merlion is the perfect place to sit along the terrace and watch the sun set behind the Singapore Flyer – bring a few friends and a picnic and you could easily stay all night.