The Sentosa Merlion is a symbol of Sentosa and a tourist symbol of Singapore. It is a relatively high-rise free-form structure in Singapore. The fish scales on the Merlion are made of optical fibers, which change color at night and are striking and beautiful. In the Merlion Tower, there are beautiful tropical fish and some mysterious treasures. There is a walkway at the rear of the tower to see all kinds of legends about the Merlion.
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The Sentosa Merlion sculpture climbs to the top of the tower. After entering, the staff will give a card that can be exchanged for the Merlion lucky coin in the tower.
We first came to a small hall and played an animated film on the screen, telling the source of the Merlion, which is a myth. Singapore was originally called "Temasek", Malay, meaning a seaside city. There is a prince named San Nilat Yutama. He loves hunting. Once he meets an animal on the way to hunting, he asks the attendant what it is. The attendant said it was a lion. The prince took over the island and called the island Lion City. The Merlion is a combination of legend and reality. The lion head is derived from the legendary lion city story, while the fish tail floating between layers of waves symbolizes the hard-working ancestors who drifted across the sea in the past. We. As the guardian of prosperity, the Merlion also witnessed the history of Singapore as an important seaport.
After the exhibition hall introduced some knowledge of the Merlion. In Sentosa, the Merlion is 8.6 meters high and weighs 70 tons. It is the Merlion dad, and the 8.6-meter-high sculpture of the urban Merlion Park is the Merlion mother and the mother of the Merlion. The sculpture that is 2 meters high is the baby of the Merlion. The outer layer of the Sentosa Merlion is a fiberglass reinforced cement with 320 octagonal scales on the outside and 16,000 fiber-optic bulbs inside. It shines in the dark, but from a distance, the glowing Merlion is a bit scary and coughs. . After
, take the elevator to the 10th floor, first to the mouth gallery, where you can knock the lucky bell and take a photo in the lion's mouth.
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