Walking further, you can see the landmark Golden Sand Hotel in Singapore's Coastal Bay. This is Singapore's luxurious new landmark, with three 55-storey buildings supporting the top floor "Sand Sky Garden" and the infinite swimming pool. Under the background of blue sky and white clouds, accompanied by high-rise buildings in the city, it seems so modern, so fashionable and so brilliant. The artistic center in Binhai Bay has won the title of "Durian" for its unique architectural dome. High-rise buildings and public buildings everywhere in Singapore have very unique shapes. There are few similarities between different styles and colors. It seems that the monotonous urban landscape of cement forest can not be felt here. This is the center of Singapore's urban area, and also a window for Singapore's historical development, prosperity and prosperity. Here we can see more clearly Singapore's landmark Binhai Golden Sand Hotel with water barriers. Three towering modern buildings hold a huge horizontal building like a hull. It's so spectacular, so novel and so creative that it's impressive. Together with a nearby finger-shaped exhibition hall and a giant Ferris wheel, the new landmark adds a trendy modern dimension to Singapore's coastal dykes. The actual function of this seaside dam is to make the coastal bay a large reservoir near the sea. It is admirable to see Singaporeans making this city so charming and innovative in transforming nature.
As for the Fullerton Hotel we stayed in, we walked along the coastal bay with wonderful scenery. First, the Merlion Park, then some beautiful hotels, along the way to view the MBS from all angles, just afraid that the mobile phone space is insufficient and the scenery is not beautiful. Walking back to the hotel after dinner and encountering an open-air concert on the spot is a constant surprise.
Binhai Bay, like the heart of Singapore. At night, the beat became more and more vigorous. Ferris wheel or Jinsha hotel overlooking the coastal bay night view is the choice of many tourists, the price is not cheap, but it is worth it. Nevertheless, I would recommend taking a walk along the Coastal Bay to appreciate Singapore's modern and artistic nightscapes from different perspectives. The tall Jinsha Hotel has a light show every night at 8 and 9:30. From the side of Merlion Park, you can see the signboard pictures of Singapore's night scenery: Jinsha Hotel, Ferris Wheel, Lotus Flower under the Laser Show; and from the side of Jinsha Hotel, you can see the water screen performance and the bustling night scenes against the backdrop of high-rise buildings in the financial district. After watching the light show and walking along the double helix bridge, you can get the most impact pictures. After that, if you have enough strength, go to Clark Wharf to enjoy the night view of the Singapore River.
For the first time, I felt that I was such a local hero that I booked a room in the Jinsha Hotel on August 9. The room was just opposite the Beach Bay Garden. Then I was lucky to bump into the National Day of Singapore. The traffic was free, and then I met with a 50-year flying show and fireworks show. Overview of Singapore at night!
Coastal Bay is one of Singapore's landmarks, or Singapore's busiest area. Its design is very neat and beautiful, and its night scenery is particularly gorgeous. Famous Jinsha Hotel, Binhai Bay Garden, Merlion Park, Great Durian, Ferris Wheel and so on are all distributed in this area.
Binhai Bay is a beautiful harbour in central Singapore like the Bund of Shanghai. There are many famous scenic spots besides Merlions, such as Park Golden Sand Hotel, Double Spiral Bridge, Binhai Bay Garden, Binhai Dam, etc. Here, with a wide view in the daytime and brilliant lights at night, it can take a day to walk along the Golden Sand Hotel, Double Spiral Bridge, Ferry Wheel, Great Durian Tail Lion, and surround the whole coast. Walk around the Bay and see the changes from day to night. It's really fascinating when the lights of the buildings around the harbour shine on the water.
Singapore is safe, clean, with good water and air, and super green. It's not much hotter than Shanghai, but it's very hot and sunny. Hotels recommend Fairmont, convenient transportation, cost-effective. Binhai Bay, Universal Studios and Zoos are very popular. Children like them so much that they are worth visiting. Clara wharf, Niucheshui feel generally, the trees on Orchard Road grow very well, others. Personally, I think Binhai Bay is the representative area of Singapore. It's very convenient to call a taxi in Singapore. There are many waiting points. The subway is a bit difficult to sit on. So far, I haven't figured out how to play several lines. Treasure Chili Crab and oatmeal shrimp, pine hair meat and bone tea, toast workshop, Yakun toast, Hainan chicken rice, biscuits and ice drinks are all good, worth eating. Singapore has a minimum monthly wage of 1400 and a bachelor degree of 2000, with an average of about 3000 employees. Real estate is more expensive. Small apartments in remote areas are between 200,000 and 500,000 (subsidized by the government) with more than 10 million apartments on Wujie Road and more than 20,000 monthly rents. Units are new coins.
Every Chinese New Year in Singapore celebrates Spring to the Riverside on the floating stage of Binhai Bay. Premier Lee Hsien Long will personally attend the opening ceremony of Spring to Riverside in 2019. From New Year's Eve to the ninth day of the Spring Festival celebrations, fireworks are set off every day. This year's lanterns, in order to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Singapore's port opening, mostly display large lanterns with the theme of early immigrants in Singapore. There are also amusement activities and Carnival games, and other interesting activities, in addition to inviting famous domestic snack stalls to help. At the entrance, there is a huge lantern of God of Wealth, 18 meters high, holding the wishful stick (symbolizing power and good luck), which sprinkles gold foil every hour to let the guests receive the money.