Ion Sky is one of the best tourist atraction in Singapore. Ion sky is located at Orchard Road Singapore. It is very interesting that Ion is 3 in 1 which mean there is 3 Ion in one building. They are Ion Orchard, Ion Sky as well as Ion gallery. Ion sky is quite hard to find because it is located in the Ion Orchard Shopping mall. Ion sky is for people to view this beautiful City of Singapore which is kind of observatory. This is just very similar with Taipei 101 the tallest building.
Ion Sky is at 56 levels above Orchard Road, 218 metres into the clouds. Surround yourself with sweeping 360° panoramic views of Singapore and enjoy ION Sky’s multimedia experience.
The elevator all the way unimpeded came to the 55/56th floors, and the elevator door will open automatically in the moment you arrive door opens. Indeed ION SKY viewing platform more like a scenic trail, although it does have that set up in the 56th floor had a table viewing it here so that i can stop viewing place or in the carpeted walkway to ring Mainly, this circular walkway is connected from the observation deck on the 56th floor to the left and right sides to the front of the elevator floor on the 55th floor. This observation journey is actually the uphill trail after i am stepped on the entrance of ION SKY the moment has already begun because beside the trail for a view of that wall is composed of a plurality of transparent glass floor wall of glass windows composed of only architecture horizontal and vertical frame length glass wall seems a little too much, their views are divided “fragmented” Have.
Since being an observation deck, ION SKY naturally wants to introduce some of the scenery around here! And the way to introduce here is very simple, that is place the names you should pay attention to directly on the glass windows! Although the direction arrow is also marked above the place name, it is difficult for people unfamiliar with this area to find the real scene!
While looking at the scenery outside the window and walking up the walkway, I suddenly found that the top of the walkway was actually a transparent glass roof [surprise] (Wow! Everyone else has a glass floor, this is actually a glass roof! Very special!). Especially Special, but I think ION SKY is only installed to save power! Because the roof glass is covered with a little sticker. Anyway, this glass roof not only appears on the trail, but also on the periphery of the observation deck on the 56th floor!
While observing the information while climbing the slope, we walked to the highest point of ION SKY-just before the observation deck on the 56th floor, stepped on the wooden floor of the observation deck, and immediately saw another “bouncer” in a suit with a straight back. Is this ION SKY very advanced or very dangerous place? Anyway, this observation deck on the 56th floor is not only an observation deck, but in fact it is more like a rest area because in addition to the quite “advanced” toilets, there are more than ten round sofas placed here Stool for everyone.
After walking around the protruding rest area, I went back to the intersection of the observation trail and the observation deck on the 56th floor. When I was about to continue to enjoy the scenery, I found that several horizontal windows are covered with Lehenge. Iron Bar Lean! These thick iron bars are really annoying! The scenery outside the window is almost completely invisible! Just when I was going to skip these floor-to-ceiling windows, I suddenly found that one of the floor-to-ceiling windows was covered with a translucent board. I just looked up and found out that the board says ION SKY is certified by the Cloud Appreciation Association. Official point of view! Oh~~ This is no wonder, no wonder some of the floor-to-ceiling windows here will have information about clouds! [Nod] Um… but what an unknown organization this Cloud Watching Association is? Why haven’t you heard it?
Because the ION SKY observation deck where I were now is 218 meters above the ground, it is the highest point in this area, so here, in addition to enjoying the surrounding scenery without any obstacles, you can also look out very very far! It is said that even as far as Johor Bharu Malaysia and Batam Island of Indonesia can be seen from their side! You can also see some well-known attractions in Singapore such as Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer and Singapore Sports City!
Cool! Seriously, I’m really never thought that I could see this view here! Really great place to see and do!
Marina Bay Sands is located in Singapore and it is just next to the Garden by the Bay. Basically Marina Bay Sands is part of the shopping centre. There is lot of stores as well as the cafe and restaurant in the mall. Singapore is a very small country so no matter wherever you go, there is always crowded, especially is During the Christmas and new year seasons. It is a very busy districts.
One thing i love about Marina Bay Sands was their Christmas decoration in the mall. It is very beautiful and it made me feel more like the Christmas environment which is very great. People are definitely will love to see and taste the Christmas environment in Singapore. Next, i will let you know the most special thing i have seen😁
This is the most special thing that i was talking about. According to my previous blog, i was writing about the Christmas Wonderland in Singapore. When i was celebrate my Christmas in Singapore couple years ago, i visit this beautiful shopping centre name called Marina Bay Sands. When i entered into Marina Bay Sands, i saw this Sampan Boat Ride. This is very very cool and I find this was very interesting so i went to experience the indoor Sampan Boat Ride.
I do highly recommended you to take a beautiful sampan boat ride at Marina Bay Sands Shopping Mall for a leisurely canal trip. It is very fun. You can walk in purchase your ticket for this Sampan Boat Ride at the ticket booth. It is cost Singapore Dollars $13 per person.
You can also make a wish while walking around “Rain Eye”. “Rain Eye” is an environmentally friendly bowl-shaped device made of acrylic material. It is 22 meters wide and is used to collect rainwater into the canal. If you come by chance, you can also watch the water flow waterfall once every hour up close. Every minute, 22,000 liters of water pours down from the height of the two-story building, painting a spectacular face, the visual effect is extremely shocking.
Christmas Wonderland is based in Singapore where Singaporean and tourists celebrate their Christmas every year. Christmas Wonderland is located in Gardens By The Bay Singapore. I was celebrate my Christmas in Singapore on year 2015. This was my very first time celebrate Christmas in Singapore. My purpose of celebrate Christmas in Singapore was to visit this beautiful Christmas Wonderland in town as well as to experience the Christmas environment. Apart From that, Garden by the Bay was my mainly explore point.
Christmas Wonderland is always happening between 28 November and 26 December every year. There is a lot of activities such as light entertainment, Christmas parades, Christmas lights, Santa’s workshop, light sculptures, Meadows Theatre, Festive entertainment, Blizzard Time, Garden Rhapsody, Carnival games and rides, Festive Markets as well as the Poinsettie Wishes Floral Display.
How to get there?
You could catch the MRT to get off at the Bay Front Train Station then look out for the exit for the Gardens By the Bay 😉
My Highlights in Christmas Wonderland
I had lot of highlight about my Christmas celebration in the Christmas Wonderland.
First of all, Gardens by the bay is all about the Gardens which is like Perth Botanic Garden. The event host just organize for this Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the bay. When it comes to Singapore’s must-see attractions, you must mention the Gardens by the Bay! Gardens by the Bay have gone through history and transformed into an important landscaping in Singapore. The flower dome, the double greenhouse in the mist forest, the sky walks of the sky tree and the light show are embellished by Singapore, giving Singapore the name of “city in the garden”.
If you want to know more about Gardens by the bay or intend to visit one day or anytime soon, please feel free to contact me and I will organize the Marina Bay Garden Raiders for you, so that you can understand the route arrangement, must-see attractions, and transportation and I Will tell you how to buy tickets and how much the price is for Marina Bay Garden, so you don’t need to do more homework. Can get it done!
Anyway, continue with Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay. There is free of charge for visit Gardens By the Bay as well as the special event Christmas Wonderland, so it wasn’t cost us anything but there is some function will be cost such as Shows, performances, make a trip up to the OCBC Skyway and others experiences.
The stunning luminarie sculptures are handmade by Italian craftsmen using white wood from the south of Italy, making these one-of-a-kind pieces for Christmas Wonderland 2015. Stunning luminaries is defined as the light in Italian. I was marvel at a 21metre tall Spalliera luminarie light sculpture – modelled after San Gimignano, an Italian hill town in Tuscany, the mesmerising tallest luminarie Christmas tree in Asia, and new light sculpture designs displayed across the 57,000sqm fairground.
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Häagen-Dazs™ helps bring this picture to life with ‘snow’ in the tropics at Blizzard Time. It was a great complement to the carnival games and rides, Christmas village and festive market. Gather everyone and step into a wintry Christmas at Gardens by the Bay. I was very enjoy the wonder of ‘snow’ in the tropics during Blizzard Time presented by Häagen-Dazs™ in the heart of the Spalliera at the Supertree Grove daily. An Instagram-worthy moment not to be missed.
This Christmas walk into the vast tropical wonderland of Gardens by the Bay and watch the space of nearly five football fields turn into a festive sea. Admire the most dazzling scenery in the fairyland: the colorful Baroque light sculpture; this group of works is handmade by Italian craftsmen, and is a dazzling landscape for children and adults.
The tallest illuminated Christmas tree in Asia is 21 meters high, which is also my highlight on year 2015 visit. Here, you will have the opportunity to admire the magnificent mirror maze covering an area of 314 square meters and a height of 22 meters. In addition, don’t miss the Blizzard Time every night to experience the magical snow in the tropical garden
Supertree Grove had lot of beautiful tree in there. There are 18 Supertree in the park.
18 traditional carnival games and rides are available to all visitors of Christmas Wonderland to enjoy. This is a must-go for the little ones in town!
It was added to the festive atmosphere at year 2015 Christmas Wonderland is the new Garden Rhapsody – The Christmas Special light and sound show at the Supertree Grove.
Experience the traditional European Christmas market at the annual festival fair. Wander among 24 specially designed wooden houses inspired by famous Christmas markets such as London Hyde Park and the Champs Elysées. A total of 240,000 light bulbs were used in the audience, recreating the magical charm of the Champs Elysees in Paris. Why not stop at a local brand store and pick a few unique Christmas gifts and crafts? In the lively festival market, traditional Christmas snacks and food are everywhere, which is a sensory feast.
Experience a truly authentic Christmas atmosphere with a total of 24 festive huts. Enjoy speciality food and beverages and shop for Christmas gifts all in one location.
I am sharing about the best destination in Singapore today. I’m going to introduce about Merlion Park Singapore. It is the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore.
The Merlion Park in Singapore which is only sprays water, should be the most iconic and iconic landmark in Singapore! As long as tourists who come to Singapore to travel, they will definitely come to take pictures with the Merlion. In addition to recording the Merlion himself, this article also sorted out several popular Singapore attractions around Merlion Park. , You can arrange to play on the same day when planning your trip.
Merlion Park is the must-see attraction in Singapore. It is a famous landmark and symbol of Singapore. This mascot represents the Lion City of Singapore and it is erected on the banks of the Singapore River. Tourists will never forget to leave a photo in front of the Merlion. Memorial photo! In addition to admiring the Merlion during the day, there are also beautiful light shows projected on the Merlion Park at night and the night area is even more charming. Be sure to come and enjoy the night view. Should not be missed!
Merlion Park is the smallest park in Singapore and it is located next to the Fulton Hotel, covering 0.25 hectares of ground, with an open deck, so that visitors can walk in front of the Merlion and take as many pictures as they want. Merlion is a fictional lion head animal. It was designed in 1964 by Mr. Fraser Brunner, then director of the Van Kleef Aquarium. It was adopted by the New Brigade as a symbol two years later and was used until 1997. During this period, the Merlion has become a representative of Singapore, like the Eiffel Tower in France or the Statue of Liberty in the United States.
The fish tail as a city identification of Singapore, representing excellent character such as courage, wisdom, strength, and fish tail lion also symbolizes the hardcoming of the first batch of the ancestors of fighting. The most well-known fishhouses are located in the East Bay of Singapore, which is a preferred attraction of Singapore’s historical culture.
The image of the merlion lion head fish body originated from the title of Singapore in Malay. In Malay, Singapore is called “Singapura”, the meaning of the word is “lion”, which is why Singapore. There is no lion but it is the reason for being a lion city.
There are 7 merlion statues in Singapore, distributed at the Singapore Tourism Board, Sentosa Island, Mount Faber and Hongmao Bridge, but the most well-known and not to be missed is the Merlion Park near Marina Bay. The Merlion statue in the Merlion Park near Marina Bay is 8.8 meters high and weighs 70 tons. It faces the Eastern Marina Bay and overlooks the Eastern waters of Singapore, symbolizing the spirit of Singaporeans’ continuous exploration. Next to this statue, there is also a small merlion statue, two meters high and 3 tons in weight, which is also a favorite photo place for tourists like me.
Merlion Park and Singapore’s other landmark, Marina Bay Sands, are across the bay and near Raffles MRT Station. The transportation is very very convenient in Singapore.
Singapore’s Merlion Park is directly opposite the world-famous Sands Hotel. The wavy Sands Hotel Casino and Shopping Mall. The Sands Hotel’s water dance show is held on the opposite platform. As one of the most complicated buildings in history, many of them have been completed. The world’s highest record adds legend. The hotel’s most topical top floor, the huge sky garden is equal to 3 football fields. I hope that I can soak in the highest infinity pool in the world and look out at the Merlion next time! There are 21 museums in the museum. There are so many museums in Singapore.
The coconut shell is the Museum of Art and Science. It can only be said that Singapore is worth seeing only in architecture. Moving towards the Merlion Park, the left-hand building is the Binhai Art Center, and the appearance of aluminum sunshades is like a durian. This art center cost 600 million Singapore dollars to build. The inside concert hall and theater are built on a world-class scale. There is also a coastal performing arts library and outdoor performance venue. I really want to go inside and see it next time!
On the top is the Singapore Flyer, a ferris wheel with a diameter of 150 meters. It takes half an hour to make a lap, and the shopping mall below is 165 meters. It is the largest ferris wheel in the world! Rare, but a viewing cabin can accommodate 28 people. There is a gimmick. In addition, you can take a ferris wheel to enjoy a big meal. The romantic price is $328.9 SGD (surprised).
Entertainment at Merlion Park
The fishwish park covers an area of 0.25 hectares, the area is not large, but as a Singapore landmark, a batch of tourists are still attracted to this visit. Next to the statue of fish tail, build a look at the public and tourists. If you don’t hurry, sit on the table to blow the sea breeze, enjoy the graceful scenery of the Singapore Bay, is really comfortable. If you arrive in the Tail Lion Park, it is already in the evening. It may wish to stay slightly, to be dark, the opposite Bay Bay Golden Salagia gives a beautiful light, overlooking the charming night of Singapore. If you are lucky, you can catch up with the citizens who hold music performances or organize events in the Fishwish Park, and feel the customs of the “Lion City”. I remember that when I took a photo with the fish tail, I took a photo of the fish tail lion spurting the water column, which is said to get strength and wealth.
Things to do near Merlion Park
Merlion is located in the Marina Bay area, surrounded by a wealth of attractions, such as the Marina Bay Sands Resort across the bay from the Merlion, with the Marina Bay Gardens, high-altitude observation deck, Art Science Museum and Marina Bay Sands, Waiting for famous attractions in Singapore.
The Sands Hotel deserved to cost US $ 5.5 billion to build. The vast interior of the building is also impressive. Combining hotels, shopping malls, casinos and theaters, many international brands can buy soft hands and spend a few days eating, drinking and having fun inside. Certainly not boring.
Next to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, there are also the newly completed Red Dot Design Museum, the Double Helix Bridge, and the Marina Walk.
If you go further, you can reach most of the attractions within 8 stops by subway. Places such as Chinatown, Little India, Orchard Road, Singapore National Museum, etc. that you must visit are all within a four kilometer radius of Merlion Park.
If you want to learn more about Singapore travel information, you may wish to continue to browse other related travel strategies in the article, from family parent to child shopping instructions, from different angles to introduce the itinerary of the city of Singapore.