Trip Moment Recommendations
#Marina Bay Travel Recommendations for 2023 (Updated in Dec)
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Formula 1 Night Race Marina Bay!🏎️🇸🇬🎆
Address: Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit
Highlights: F1 Night race, post race concerts, fireworks
One of the crown jewels of the formula 1 races is the Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit. It is the one and only night race in the whole Formula 1. This is my first time attending the race in person and it is fantastic. Over 260k people showed up for the event which was very well organized with lots of signages and ushers to direct people. It was like a well controlled chaos if that is even possible. The race itself was super exciting with lots of overtaking opportunities and George Russell crashing out on the final lap which definitely caused a few tears. There were great performances by big name artists like post Malone too! And when Ferrari’s Carlos crossed the line, fireworks lit up the city skyline which created a picturesque backdrop for the whole world to see! It is definitely a must visit for any F1 fan to see this race and soak in the atmosphere in person.
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Marina One - modern style mixed-use building
#mysgmemories Marina One is a stunning mixed-use development nestled in the heart of Singapore's bustling Marina Bay area. Its innovative architecture seamlessly combines lush greenery with contemporary design, creating an urban oasis that's both visually captivating and environmentally conscious. As I stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens and tranquil pathways, I'm constantly reminded of the harmonious blend of nature and modernity. If you're seeking a rejuvenating escape from the city's hustle and bustle, I highly recommend visiting Marina One for a leisurely walk that offers a unique and enjoyable experience.
Singapore ILight Festival
iLight Festival in Singapore is an annual event that features breathtaking light art installations from artists all over the world. The festival aims to promote sustainability and environmental awareness through creative light displays.
I would highly recommend to attend the festival as it was truly a mesmerizing and immersive experience as I wandered through the illuminated artworks, set against iconic landmarks like Marina Bay.
Definitely a must-go if you happened to be visiting Singapore during the festival period.
Encapsulate Singapore's Vibrant Spirit
Clarke Quay and Marina Bay are two iconic waterfront destinations in Singapore that offer a vibrant mix of entertainment, dining, and scenic views.
Clarke Quay, situated along the Singapore River, is known for its bustling nightlife and charming atmosphere. With its vibrant array of restaurants, bars, and clubs, it has become a popular destination for locals and tourists seeking an exciting evening out. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of cuisines, from local delicacies to international fare, and experience live music performances and cultural shows.
Marina Bay, on the other hand, is a modern and futuristic district that has transformed Singapore's skyline. It is home to several architectural marvels, including the iconic Marina Bay Sands resort with its distinctive rooftop infinity pool. The area boasts breathtaking views, particularly from the waterfront promenade, where visitors can marvel at the spectacular skyline.
Both Clarke Quay and Marina Bay encapsulate Singapore's vibrant and cosmopolitan spirit, offering visitors a diverse range of experiences, from exciting nightlife to breathtaking vistas.
How to get there: From Singapore Changi Airport, take the MRT Lines to reach (if you are just having a layover like us, just use your debit/credit card with wireless function for the MRT, you don't need to purchase the Prepaid Transport Card).
Food truck season
Throughout the year, there will be various pop-up events at the Marina Bay area. One of them we went for at the time of our visit was food truck season! Although food trucks usually sell their food at slightly more expensive prices, the experience of watching your food get cooked in a truck is probably worth the experience.
What’s more, we got to sit by the bay and enjoy the breeze plus the view while enjoying our food. Drop by if you’re in the area to see whether you can catch some of these interesting pop-ups!
My overall rating of the experience: 4 out of 5 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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MBS is majestic IYKYK 😜
Somehow the acronym MBS has always been of global importance, ranging from middle east to Singapore haha. But jokes apart this is truly a masterpiece of SG and something that has become the symbol of the city 🌆 As I was crazy enough to walk over the bridges 🌉 to get different angles of this beauty, I also had a privilege of getting a sneak peek of the Formula 1 circuit 🏎️ from the above. And somehow the local authorities have created many nice places to hangout around MBS like in one of the pictures I was relaxing under the shade of a tree 🌴 after too much walking 😝 If I live around here, I could definitely use it for morning run 🏃🏾 and increase my stamina tho ! #urbanexplorer#tripblazers#summervacation
I Light Singapore Marina Bay
The beautiful Singapore's I light festival is held at the Marina Bay area and Singapore is led up in a different angle with artistic flairs. There are different light installations thrown along the bay area and these creative light installations are done by both international and Singaporean artists. What wonderful talents! I light festival starts daily at 7.30pm onwards and it's a great opportunity to pose next to these installations for photo taking or admire them as amazing art works. So take a stroll along marina bay today, take time to appreciate thepretty lights at i light festival that light up Singapore tonight.
Light up your night with iLight 💡
The annual I Light is back! This time round it will not only light up the Marina Bay, but with 2 additional spots – South Beach and Millenia Walk.
Most of the admissions are free, with the exception of "A New Wave" exhibit ($5/pax; tix can only be bought online).
Happening from 1st-25th June, 7.30pm-11pm daily (12am on weekends).
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lights under the skylight
ilights singapore showcases light art installations created by Singaporean and international artists. The art installations are placed all around the Marina Bay area. each installation tells a story, and it is very refreshing to walk around the bay to enjoy the installation.
drop by the GastroBeats 2023 or enjoy some live performances by the esplanade if you are around the area!
If you want to explore Asia, Singapore should be on the top spot. Wonderful scenic spots await you and the entire gang whether it be morning, midday, or evening. Among the best places to visit when you get the chance to stay in this country is Marina Bay. There is also the famous Gardens by the Bay, and of course Universal Studios. You should never miss to try their Cable Car too if you want to go to Sentosa. This country is perhaps the cleanest in Asia and is a growing tiger in terms of its economy.
Best observation deck in Singapore 🌟
Didn’t stay at Marina Bay Sands Hotel to see Singapore’s skyline because it’s pricey? No problem!
With just $26 ($16 if you are Sands Rewards LifeStyle Members or FREE if you are Prestige or Elite Sands members), you can head up to The SkyPark Observation Deck, located at 57th storey at MBS Hotel tower 3 to enjoy scenic views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s cityscape.
Things to note:
• The SkyPark Observation Deck will be closed from 6pm to 7.30pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays except for Public Holidays.
• Last entry into the SkyPark Observation Deck will be 10 minutes before the closing time stated for the respective days (please check beforehand).
• Visitors typically spend 45 min – 1hr here. Suggest you come in the evening nearer to sunset time and wait to see the city lights slowly light up.
• Check the weather forecast before you go as the observation deck is unsheltered.
📍 SkyPark Observation Deck
#singapore #urbanexplorer #mytripvlog #skypark #mbs #singaporeskyline
Marina Bay, the landmark of Singapore
Getting There - MRT Promenade
Attractions - Merlion, Marina Bay Sand, Esplanade
Hotels - Fullerton Hotel
Food & Restaurants -
Shopping - Citilink, Suntec City
This place is a must place to visit when you visit Singapore. There are many place to shopping and historical place to visit as well as museums around there. There is the place with panorama view and impress people when they visit there. The view day time and night time is different. Try to get there when you visit Singapore.
IG popular spot in Singapore - MBS
Looking for a great spot to take in the sights of Singapore and to take a paranomic shot of the iconic Marina Bay Sands?
The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore is the best strategic location to plant yourself here and snap away! During my last stay there, I had the opportunity to take many IG worth pics of MBS along with the beautiful night skyline view of the bay area.
An Asian icon in Singapore 🇸🇬
Hello all 👋
During my recent trip to Singapore, I had the opportunity to visit the iconic Marina Bay Complex. This architectural marvel is home to the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel, as well as an array of world-class dining and shopping options. From the top of the hotel's observation deck, I was able to take in breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the bay. The adjacent Gardens by the Bay provided a tranquil respite, with its lush gardens and towering Supertrees. Overall, my experience at Marina Bay Complex was a dazzling combination of modern luxury and natural beauty, and a highlight of my trip to Singapore.
#tripblazers #singaporefood #singapore #asia #asiatrip #singaporelife marinabay #本地遊 #foodie #beachlife
Top 3 destinations for my Singapore trip.
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Singapore and exploring some of its most iconic landmarks. My trip included visits to the Merlion, Henderson Wave, and the Sky Observatory, and I must say that it was an amazing experience.
The first stop on my itinerary was the Merlion, which is a famous statue that represents Singapore's national symbol. It was fascinating to see this half-lion, half-fish statue up close and appreciate its unique design. The statue is situated at Merlion Park, which offers stunning views of Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline. I spent a good amount of time taking photos and enjoying the scenic surroundings.
My next stop was the Henderson Wave, which is a beautiful pedestrian bridge located in the Southern Ridges of Singapore. The bridge is made of curved steel ribs that create a wave-like structure, and it offers amazing views of the surrounding forests and parks. I enjoyed walking along the bridge and admiring the breathtaking scenery.
Finally, I visited the Sky Observatory at Marina Bay Sands, which is one of the tallest observatories in the world. The observation deck is situated on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands hotel and provides incredible 360-degree views of Singapore's cityscape. I spent a good amount of time admiring the view and taking photos from different angles.
Downtown Singapore in a well spent weekend
Downtown Singapore is well connected between various spots, where one can start their journey at Bencoolen/Bras Basah Area, to City Hall, Marina Bay, Clarke Quay etc. There are many iconic buildings where one can take stunningly beautiful pictures such as The National Art Gallery, Fullerton Hotel, Victoria Theatre, Marina Bay Sands, CHIJMES, School of the Arts etc. Be it a tourist or locals it is worthwhile to engage in a walking trip to enjoy the architectures with different styles around the city, understand the history behind them and admiring the layouts and decorations. This I believe is the best way to understand Singapore, The City of Lion.
A must-try restaurant in Singapore
Din Tai Fung @ Marina Bay Sands is one of the excellent Din Tai Fung restaurants to try.
Do come early if you don’t want to wait. Service is always excellent. Order is done via the QR code scan and staff will come to the table to confirm your order.
My usual order is Dan Dan Noodle, Xiao Long Bao, Oriental Wonton, Fried rice with shrimp or pork chop.
During Christmas, they offer limited edition chocolate lava buns too.
Star Island is back after a long hiatus due to covid. The Japanese owned franchise is known for their drone and fireworks performances ✌🏼
Although pricey with the cheapest ticket at $88++, the performance well worth it! Best fireworks I have ever seen in my life with a drone show like no other 🏼
Definitely worth going for countdown if you love a good performance!
Buffet Breakfast at Edge
Various delicious breakfast menu at Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore. It offers Western, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian version of Nasi Lemak with Chicken and Egg rendang. It also provided fresh juice which you will only get in some real 5 stars hotel. The Restaurant is very spacious and there are many seating arrangement for different occasion.
Venue: Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore
Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
Marina Bay Singapore
Wonderful trip at Singapore. Favourite spot would be Marina Bay (including Marina Bay Sands, Merlion Park) area due to its spectacular view of the Singapore city skyline. Hope to visit Singapore again in the near future.
Merlion and Marina Bay Singapore
One of the easiest and most convenient trips we had in Asia is to Singapore. At our first stop, we visited the Merlion which symbolizes Singapores history from being a small nation to now an Asian powerhouse. At our next stop, we went to the Marina Bay Sands hotel. You can enter the hotel lobby for free but you would need to pay a certain fee to see the overlooking deck. You must try their famous laksa in Marina Bay Sands
Catched Pokemon at 🇸🇬
Amazing Pokemon Night show happened last 20th of November at Marina Bay Sands. We’re all amazed and delighted with drones all around the area. It lighted the city area, and it matches the night lights of the buidings aroud Marina Bay.
Its my first time to witness a drone show and its a wow for me! Especially when the light drones formed Pokemon characters. Even “Pika love SG” words have lighted the in the clouds and pikachu riding an airplane as the end of the show.
Thank you for this free experience. 🥰#pikachu
Singapore Never disappoints
I had a very good time in singapore. singapore always has something new to keep you engaged.
holidays or the layover is a nice place to be.fantastic food and lots of things to do.
chicken rice is what i miss the most.#familytravel #singapore Trip
Singapore GP - Pit Lane Experience (2022)
Got lucky and won a pair of tickets to Formula One - Singapore Grand Prix Pit Lane Experience! This experience will take you behind the scene of a Formula One race, where I’m able to hang out in the F1 Village in Zone 1.
Entry to this experience was quite straightforward, even though I waited for about 1 hour to enter. There are lots to do once you’re inside the circuit, from shopping for your favourite F1 driver or team’s merchandises to having a very expensive meal or drink in the F1 Village.
Witness some team’s practicing their tyres change (it was loud) and also had the opportunity to saw some F1 drivers!
Overall, a must go event! Though you really need to be lucky enough, as 2022 event only allowed 4,000 visitors to enter.
#meetsingapore #tripblazers #celebratewithtrip #singapore #formula1
Address - Chimi's Marina Bay
1 Marina Boulevard 01-01 NTUC Centre, 018989
Ambiance/Facilities - Loud music, stunning night views of the marina, great service.
Highlights - The service crews were efficient and helpful. The food was not bad and served rather quickly!!! Given the location is at Marina Bay, the prices charged were not very overpriced. Pet friendly as well. The place was quite cooling as well, suitable for chill drink sessions. Big table might need to make reservations in advance due to limited space.
Avg. Price per Person - $25/pax
Rating - 4/5
#marinabay #singapore #musttryfood
The Amazing City View
Getting There - Bayfront MRT Station
Attractions - Amazing city view & water laser show
Hotels - Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Food & Restaurants - So many food choice inside the mall
Shopping - All you can shop high quality branded
Explore Southeast Asia’s largest selection of luxury fashion and amazing mall.
The concept of the mall with river inside itself cease to amaze many tourist from all over the world.
This eye-catching modern shopping and open design with breathtaking views of Singapore’a city. You would not want to miss this amazing malls.
Amazing city tour!!
#meetsingapore During my last visit to Singapore i have made a city-wide tour of 3-4 hours which is a quality time spending. Singapore. Is an ideal for transit passengers or those in town just for a couple of days.
I was visiting few main areas of interest - the Merlion,Marina bay, China Town and esplanade. During the visit i had experinced an extensive insights into the cultures and history of Singapore without overloading everyone with facts. A really memorable and valuable experience that has already put Singapore one of my favorite country to return visit in the near future. There is one thing i aware that the country is so safe and sound. There is no problem to be lone ranger here.
I Light Singapore
I look forward to I Light Singapore every year. I always enjoy attending this exhibition as I get to admire many light displays over here. Its no exception when it comes to this I Light Singapore.
I Light Singapore is held in Marina Bay. It showcases light art installations by Singaporean and international artists. This year exhibition is quite special in the sense that it was suspended during the covid period.
One of my favourite light installations must be the firefly field. It consisted of many small lights moving up and down, mimicking fireflies. With the Marina Bay Sands at the background, this whole light installation made a spectacular view.
Love the bay so much!!!!
One of the best place to have walk or go for a jog. Stroll around whole promenade surrounded by the Marina Water Catchment and Marina Bay Sands!
You can take beautiful photos of the stunning skyline of Marina Bay Sands, SG Central Business District, and the Padang, along with the Merlion and Fullerton waterfront.
Thru the walkway you can jog until Marina Barrage and Gardens by the Bay too! Easily you spend few hours here and don't forget to take some awesome pictures with this beautiful landscape of Singapore!
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