The Hilton Hotel on Orchard Road near Binhai Bay is very convenient for transportation. The subway is downstairs and not far from the shopping mall. Many famous commercial streets in Singapore buy food and eat. No problem. When the price is cheaper than that in Jinsha, it also catches up with Singapore's National Day fireworks show.
Take a taxi to the coastal dyke and walk back to the Bay and MBS garden. It's a good walk. You can see the beautiful skyline of the city. It is an ecological symbol of Singapore. It has won the Green Sign Award. The green roof uses 100% recycled plastic and eco-friendly drainage system to provide natural thermal insulation, which reduces the temperature of the building by 3 degrees Celsius.
Singapore is indeed making the best use of man-made resources by building dams to separate freshwater Singapore rivers from seawater. It can ensure that the river water enters the sea in the peak season and prevent the sea water from backfilling. Singapore itself is a water-scarce country. It imports water from Malaysia. Now it is working on desalination, rainwater collection and sewage treatment technologies. In fact, it has been able to drink, but it needs a gradual process of acceptance. It's really admirable.
Watching fireworks at the coastal dykes and dams is just covered by the sands, but it's really comfortable. It's very cool for everyone to sit on the ground and have picnics and watch open-air movies. On the embankment, you can see the financial center, the coastal bay garden and the Ferris Scenic Wheel. Beautiful scenery, fine sea breeze and great enjoyment of life
The Singaporean River runs through the city. On both sides of the river are the first places for immigrants to move in. It is the first place for business to flourish. It is also the economic artery of the old Singapore. Tall buildings stand up! It's like Hong Kong's high-rise landscape.
We went by shuttle bus, because it was barrage, so there was a lot of room for activity! The substential Singapore Pavilion is fascinating and beautiful, and at the same time it gives people an insight into the history of water in Singapore and the importance of water in the environment. Its roof is a large grassland, on which you can have a picnic and fly kites. On that day, you can see a kite flying high and high, and you can also see the sea not far away and marina bay sand flyer. This is a good place to relax and relax!
Coastal embankment is a very famous building in Singapore. It is located in the coastal bay area and near the sea entrance. It has been built for eight years. When it rains, it will close the sluice to collect water and turn the coastal bay into a large reservoir for storing fresh water.