Surprising Singapore

Singapore Sling, Raffles, Arab Street, Little India and Sentosa....
Merlion-1  The Merlion was adopted in the 1960s as the emblem of Singapore - Singapore - August 23, 2007 Merlion-2  The small Merlion park is on the promontory where the Singapore River flows into the harbour - Singapore - August 23, 2007 singapore-2  Can you imagine having dinner with this million dollar view by night ? Pictured from the Stamford's Hotel 70th floor - Singapore - August 23, 2007 Singapore-14  Marina Bay Sands at the background - Singapore - December 8, 2013
Singapore-3  Cable car to Sentosa - Singapore - December 9, 2013 Singapore-4  Sentosa Island - Singapore - December 9, 2013 Singapore-5  Singapore skyline - December 9, 2013 Singapore-13  Marina Bay Sands Resort - December 8, 2013
Singapore-6  View of the amusement water park on Sentosa - December 9, 2013 Singapore-7  Singapore on a cloudy day - December 9, 2013 Singapore-15  The MS Volendam cruise ship docked in Singapore - December 9, 2013 Singapore-8  This impressive neo-classical tall building was built in 1865 as the East India court house and was originally much smaller then it is now. 5 different extensions were added since then - Singapore - August 23, 2007
Singapore-9  When Raffles first landed in Singapore, most of the areas were covered in swampy mangroves - Singapore - August 23, 2007 Singapore-10  A sheltered deep-water harbour was one of the island's main assets when Raffles spotted its potential as a strategic trading post - Singapore - August 23, 2007 Singapore-11  The pulse of Singapore - August 23, 2007 Singapore-12  Singapore by night - December 8, 2013