Friday, December 24, 2010

Sentosa Beach Sunset, Singapore

Sunset at Siloso beach, Sentosa island, Singapore.

Blog this image, (images of images) would probably be the last until the end of the calendar 2010.

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This is another Singapore landscape photography taken at Sentosa island. The coastline is marked by three lovely man-made beaches – Siloso Beach, Palawan Beach and Tanjong Beach. It is relatively save to swim around or involve any of water activities such as beach volleyball, beach soccer, cycling, rollerblading and kayaking.
Sentosa island is not only the hot spot for landscape photographers in Singapore but also favorite location for wedding couples and one of the most photographed sites. Search for website, there are many beautiful pictures taken around Singapore.
How to get the Sentosa island? It's easy.. The simplest way is by taking train of North-East line and alight at Habour Front Station. From there just straight up to 3rd level of ViVo City shopping mall, transfer to mono-rail, which is Sin$3 for return trip.
On the way to the beach, the mono rail will bring you to the very first station, Water Front Station, where you can take wonderful photos at Universal Studio. The next is Ambiah Station where the Merlion (Singapore logo) is there. And the last stop is Beach Station, where the beautiful Sentosa is awaiting visitors. You can alight and board again and again the mono rail from station to station without any additional fees.

The tram ride is free at the point of writing this post and it run for two directions, one is to Siloso beach and the other route is to the Tanjong beach. After alighting from mono rail, the tram at the right is to Siloso and to the left is to Tanjong beach.

1 comment:

London Caller said...

Hello! I’m back again.
I hope you had a great Christmas.
Mine was fantastic.
I went to the Cotswolds.

When I was little, you could only get there by cable cars or ferries.
The bridge was not there yet...