A dramatic rendition of the iconic Singapore Flyer, located in the Marina Bay waterfront of Singapore. The steel pylons of the structure are emphasized against a black and white canvas.

A dramatic rendition of the iconic Singapore Flyer, located in the Marina Bay waterfront of Singapore. The steel pylons of the structure are emphasized against a black and white canvas.

Punggol Waterway, Singapore. The newly build Punggol Waterway in the north eastern part of the island nation of Singapore. Singapore's longest man-made waterway opened to visitors on October 23 2011. Punggol waterway was created out of barren land, and connects Punggol Reservoir to Serangoon Reservoir.But the area has been given a facelift, making it a scenic spot for a slew of leisure activities.Visitors can relive old memories of Punggol along the way, by stoppin...

Punggol Waterway, Singapore. The newly build Punggol Waterway in the north eastern part of the island nation of Singapore. Singapore's longest man-made waterway opened to visitors on October 23 2011. Punggol waterway was created out of barren land, and connects Punggol Reservoir to Serangoon Reservoir.But the area has been given a facelift, making it a scenic spot for a slew of leisure activities.Visitors can relive old memories of Punggol along the way, by stoppin...

A dramatic rendition of the iconic Singapore Flyer, located in the Marina Bay waterfront of Singapore. The steel pylons of the structure are emphasized against a canvas of blue, moody clouds, which gives way to a burst of sun rays.

A dramatic rendition of the iconic Singapore Flyer, located in the Marina Bay waterfront of Singapore. The steel pylons of the structure are emphasized against a canvas of blue, moody clouds, which gives way to a burst of sun rays.

Spanning 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares, will officially open in June 2012. A showcase of horticulture and garden artistry, the Gardens will bring the world of plants to Singapore and present Singapore to the World.

Spanning 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares, will officially open in June 2012. A showcase of horticulture and garden artistry, the Gardens will bring the world of plants to Singapore and present Singapore to the World.

A contrasty rendition of the Singapore Flyer.

A contrasty rendition of the Singapore Flyer.

A dramatic rendition of the Singapore skyline featuring the Singapore Flyer

A dramatic rendition of the Singapore skyline featuring the Singapore Flyer

The Helix Bridge, one of the landmarks featured at Marina Bay Waterfront in Singapore. The spinning profile of the Singapore Flyer is visible in the distance.

The Helix Bridge, one of the landmarks featured at Marina Bay Waterfront in Singapore. The spinning profile of the Singapore Flyer is visible in the distance.

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