Our first look at this stunning city was By Day (here) when the gardens were bathed in sunlight and the ships passing idle hours floating on the bay were visible to great distances. By night Singapore took on a multifaceted rainbow of light that made unicorn colors shun shadow, and brought glee to those walking or jogging around the Marina, or seated for early evening post-work drinks. In the midst of towers, water, and boats filled with tourists or romantic dates, the Merlion stood a gleaming beacon of art as March’s i light Marina Bay brought the splendor of the formerly white statue to bubbling bright life.
Even when not enhanced by the displays of light associated with the i light Marina Bay, the area is a haven for those looking for a relaxing drink, a calming stroll, or to find a bit of fun. And if the area is too businessy for you, there is always the magic of The Gardens by the Bay at Night, Clarke Quay, Haji Lane or any number of active nighttime streets.
I hope you enjoy the pictures.
The Gardens by the Bay – (Nighttime Show)
Clarke Quay –
Haji Lane –
i Light Marina Bay – (Marina Bay)
Take care, dear readers and writers,
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