Photograph of the week: Marina Bay in Singapore

 

Singapore boasts a number of ultra modern buildings with spectacular modern architecture. Often these are even more impressive when floodlit at night as other visual distractions fade away in the dark. The ‘Helix’ bridge in the foreground links Marina Bay to the Marina Centre. It is the worlds first curved bridge and enables visitors to cross to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. This is the worlds most expensive stand alone casino property and yet again enters the record books being topped with the world’s largest cantilevered platform which includes a 150-metre swimming pool!

Marina Bay Sands Hotel (3)

Thank you to Emma Durnford of Emma Durnford Photography for permission to reproduce the image.

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