As one of the world's most modern cities, Singapore is always pushing the boundaries when it comes to transforming the places where we live, work and play.
The Marina Bay area is not only the crown jewel of Singapore's entertainment gems, but is also one of the city's greatest transformation projects. In the past decade, Marina Bay's glittering skyline has been metamorphosing dramatically with the addition of the popular Marina Barrage, the world's largest observation wheel- the Singapore Flyer- and the lotus-shaped ArtScience Museum. It is also home to the city's crème de la crème of entertainment hubs- Marina Bay Sands.
Where art and science meet
The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is an attraction not to be missed. Uniquely shaped like a lotus, it hosts major international touring exhibitions and collections under an innovative roof that creates a waterfall through the central atrium.See reviews at
Living in the clouds
Although it is a public housing project and slightly shorter than the SkyPark, the Pinnacle@Duxton still offers a heightened sense of beauty with its 50th storey sky garden overlooking the city's stunning skyline.