Day 8. The Gardens by the Bay Light Show, Singapore

Dinner at Lau Pa Sat, Singapore
Dinner at Lau Pa Sat


Lau Pa Sat, Singapore
Dinner at Lau Pa Sat

Our final evening in Singapore and we decided to eat at Lau Pa Sat so we took the MRT along to Downtown.  We chose a roasted duck set meal which was served with a clear broth and rice.

Marina Bay, Singapore
Marina Bay

We then had just enough time to take the MRT over to  Bayfront for the Gardens by the Bay Light Show.  For good views, I suggest going to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and taking the exterior lift to Level 6.

The Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer

Here you will find a walkway to a large viewing area over the Supertrees  Grove.  From there we were able to enjoy the sights and sounds of the 15 minute spectacle.

We walked back to our hotel admiring the stunning nighttime skyline of Marina Bay for the final time this holiday.    Still, we had more day left to explore this fascinating island state.

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4 thoughts on “Day 8. The Gardens by the Bay Light Show, Singapore

  1. I’m visiting Singapore in September and your posts are so informative & useful! Unfortunately we will only be there for three days before continuing to Bali, but you have given me lots of ideas of things to try and fit into our time there 🙂

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    1. Thank you for your kind words about my posts on Singapore, it’s so nice to hear from you. I’m sure you will have a lovely stopover in Singapore and it’s great that my posts have provided you with some inspiration of things to do. Enjoy Bali, I’m yet to visit there but would like to go sometime!


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