The Rest of Singapore

The places we also visited were Sentosa, Marina Bay and Singapore Flyer.

And I really enjoyed Singapore Flyer. It was my first time riding in a “ferris wheel” because I’m afraid of heights. They gave us a radio with recorded lecture of Singapore’s history and buildings to see during the ride. It was a marvelous sight, you can see everything! It would have been better if you ride during the night.

We went to Sentosa via Cable Car. That's the view outside. It was a bit short, but then I like it.
We went to Sentosa via Cable Car.
That's the cable car station in Sentosa. We're nearing there.
That’s the cable car station in Sentosa. We were nearing there.
It's a spider crab. Really huge crabs, I think they're the largest species of crabs in the world. There are also lots of sharks, sting rays, fishes of all kinds, jelly fishes, starfishes, all you can think of! And a sea cow. :)
It’s a spider crab in Underwater World. Really huge crabs; I think they’re the largest species of crabs in the world. There were also lots of sharks, sting rays, fishes of all kinds, jelly fishes, starfishes, and many more.
The pink dolphin in Dolphin Lagoon. This cute one posed for pictorial before the show.
The cheerful pink dolphin in Dolphin Lagoon.
One of the dolphins jumped gracefully out of the water. Dolphins are really fascinating creatures. This is during the dolphin show.
One of the dolphins jumped gracefully out of the water during the dolphin show.
Singapore Flyer! One whole revolution takes about 30 minutes.
Singapore Flyer! One whole revolution takes about 30 minutes.
The view inside Singapore Flyer - Marina Bay. The green one is the floating soccer field.
The view inside Singapore Flyer – Marina Bay. The green one is the floating soccer field.
You can only see it in Singapore Flyer. I think this is the future plan for Marina Bay - a city inside a garden.
You can only see it in Singapore Flyer. I think this is the future plan for Marina Bay – a city inside a garden.

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