Of course, you can't miss it when you come to Singapore. As the name implies, its upper body is a lion and its lower body is a fish. There is also an allusion. It is said that one day when the prince of the Srivy Kingdom was playing on the island, he accidentally saw a lion-like beast, and renamed the island Singapore City, the Lion City. Later generations regarded it as a symbol and symbol of Singapore, and its statue accompanied the nation day and night. If you have a chance to visit Singapore, you can see the story clearly recorded on four stone tablets behind the statue of the Merlion. The Fish-Tailed lion statue is situated on the Bank of the Singapore River, beside the Anderson Bridge, standing at the mouth of the Singapore River and gazing at the sea.
The Merlion Tower is the symbol of Sentosa and Singapore's tourism. The 320 fish scales on a Merlion are made of optical fibers. At night, they will change their colors and be striking and beautiful. The Merlion Tower is 37 metres high and has a bird's eye view of Singapore from the top. Only 180 visitors are allowed to climb the Merlion Pagoda at a time, and the fee is $8 for adults and $5 for children.
There are two statues of Merlion in Singapore. One is in the Merlion Park in Singapore City. The other is in the Merlion Square in the central area of Sentosa. This super-large Merlion Square in Singapore is everywhere. It's exquisite. It's usually a fountain or something. The Merlion Tower in Sentosa can shine at night. It's very beautiful.
Just beside the MRT station, the traffic is very convenient. Singapore's landmark can buy tickets to climb the tower overlooking Sentosa.