The Singapore presidential palace, built in 1867, is a spectacular and gorgeous building with a variety of designs and styles, located on the Orchard Road in Singapore, which is open regularly to the public each year to view a variety of birds, insects, plants and artificial landscapes, as well as to learn about the history of the palace.
You are not allowed to take pictures here. If you take pictures, the police uncle at the door will whistle at you! It is said that it will be open to the public during the Chinese New Year.
The presidential palace in Singapore seems to be open only on a specific date. We saw photos taken as we passed. The large grass and white buildings are quite beautiful, this should be the most powerful place in Singapore.
The Singapore presidential palace is not open year round, but the building outside is also very distinctive, the surrounding scenery is very nice, attract many tourists to take photos to keep the card, it is also good to see
"The presidential palace in Singapore was a formerly planted farm, more than a hundred years old, and it is the residence of the president and the office of the president, and it receives the visiting dignitaries from all countries. It is guarded so that they have regular open days to allow the masses to visit." A large area of garden grass, is a white three-story building, very classical, the surrounding carvings are very beautiful, visitors can visit the open day various performances, can buy a very special souvenirs, is also very good harvest.
Istana, the official official for the President of Singapore as well as the Prime Minister. Free entry for Singaporeans and PRs. $2 for foreigners. An additional of $2 to visit the state building is well worth it plus all the funds goes to charity too. Large patches of grassland and greeneries which are well-maintain with various events going on. Worth a visit and it is open 5 times a year to public.
Rolling hills are not something you find in Singapore. Coupled with a huge fountain and stunning garden, it is perhaps one of the most refreshing sights in Singapore. The istana is only open to the public during certain public holidays and is rarely accessible otherwise.
It's a good choice to stroll around here when you have time!
The presidential palace has no high buildings, which are more Southeast Asian style buildings