Saturday, 7 December 2013

Singapore Marina Barrage June 2013 (updated)

main entrance to Marina Barrage (history)

lookout post

lookout post 

the bridge is also the dam, made up of crest gates

entrance / exit to Marina Barrage from Skyline promenade

clear sea water

Marina reservoir

the sea

view of the promenades to Marina Barrage

Marina reservoir

Main building of Marina Barrage

kite flying at Marina Barrage green roof

panorama view of central courtyard

water fountain

the place is popular for educational and outdoor events

the dam is also the bridge separating reservoir from the sea

kite flying at the green roof

shelter / entrance /exit at the green roof

kite flying at the green roof

shelter / entrance /exit at the green roof

solar park

solar park

panorama view of the central courtyard

visitors walking to the green roof

water fountain at central courtyard

water playground

panorama view of Marina Bay

panorama view of Marina reservoir and the skyline

walkway on the green roof

central courtyard

water fountain

water playground

Jetty

Pump House

way to Gardens by the Bay (Bay South)

Nearest park and park connector:
1) Tanjong Rhu & Skyline promenades and Gardens by the Bay (Bay East)
2) Gardens by the Bay South
3) Gardens by the Bay East
4) Marina promenade

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