The Promontory @ Marina Bay

This is the Promontory @ Marina Bay, part of the newly developed land in Marina Bay. The buildings are the Marina Bay Financial Centre which includes 3 office towers and 2 residential towers. Also visible are the The Sails @ Marina Bay, another luxurious residential tower near the central business district. From afar is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel with the ArtScienece Museum. This was shot around 7pm.

Copyright: Michael james fabian
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploaded: 26/02/2012
Updated: 01/03/2012


Tags: singapore; marina; bay; thé; promontory; financial; centre; residences; sails; sands; hotel; esplanade; merlion; fullerton; flyer; floating; stage; central; business; district; cbd; sky; outdoors
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