around Marina Reservoir, linking Gardens by the Bay, Marina Barrage and
the new Sports Hub. You can also photograph along the lower-level timber
boardwalk, right down to the water’s edge. Everything is very well connected.
Design guidelines for Marina Bay have required a variety of development intensities and building heights for the area, especially along the waterfront where developments are being kept low. This safeguards views to and from individual buildings, enhances their attractiveness and creates a pleasant and aesthetic skyline for the district.
Further along, Marina Boulevard is a tropical walk with flowering shrubs and shade trees. Here, you can pause at a Breeze Shelter from where you can capture the view from a cool and breezy rest point. At night, the promenade is lit with attractive night lighting.
|Photo: Edwin Tan Armadale. Timber boardwalk at Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade|
|Marina Bay Sands|
Marina Centre. The double-helix structure resembles the structure of
DNA, the basic building block of life, symbolising ‘life and
continuity’, ‘renewal’, ‘everlasting abundance’ and ‘growth’, very auspicious for the happy wedding occasion.
Next to The Helix, Singapore’s
first art park, the Youth Olympic Park which comes alive with coloured
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) lights at night, accentuating the various
contemporary structures and installations against the lighted Singapore
city skyline, making this park a visual treat for photography.
|Photo: Noel Salazar. The Helix @ Marina Bay|
of Singapore as a garden city. Bay South — the largest waterfront
garden — is where you’ll find the futuristic-looking Supertrees,
vertical gardens measuring up to 16 storeys that add a surprising and
surreal feel to the landscape.
|Photo: Edwin Tan Photography. Supertrees at Garden City by the Bay|
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