Singapore has, in close to half a century of its existence as an independent nation, seen a dramatic transformation not just as a nation but in the development of the city. There is nowhere, perhaps, where the change is as striking as it is in the new city that has risen from the sea – the Marina City Centre, built on land reclaimed on what had once been the old harbour. The new world is also perhaps where some of the more dramatic sunrises over the city can be observed, particularly against the silhouettes of what has certainly become one of the most photographed places in Singapore, the very iconic Marina Bay Sands complex.
A sunrise over the new Singapore8 02 2013
- Date : 8 February 2013
- Tags: ArtScience Museum, Colours of Sunrise, Dawn, Icons of Singapore, Marina Bay, Marina Bay Sands, New Singapore, Old Singapore Harbour, Photography, Sunrise
- Categories : Architecture, Marina Bay Sands, New Singapore, Quiet Moments, Singapore, Singapore Harbour