City-State Views: ‘One Day In Singapore’ (4K Video)

Singapore is the smallest state in Southeast Asia in terms of area and one of the smallest countries in the world. Along with Hong Kong, it is considered Asia’s most important business and financial centre. I rarely have experienced a more diverse place than Singapore. The people, the atmosphere and the multifaceted and varied cityscape – a wonderful mix of Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Arabic and English culture – thrilled me right away. Each district offers a world of its own, and all of them unfold an impressive charm that is impossible to resist.

Follow me into the unique world of Singapore. Part 1 takes you on a journey to the following places:

00:01​ – Gardens By The Bay, Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Skyline of Singapore 00:28​ – Merlion at Marina Bay 00:40​ – Downtown, Business District 00:43​ – Singapore River & Marina Bay 00.48 – Monument of Sir Thomas Raffles 00:52​ – Singapore River & Marina Bay 01:15​ – View from Marina Bay Sands Hotel 01:24​ – Marina Bay Sands Hotel 01:26​ – Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Museum of Art and Science, Shopping Center 01:33​ – Marina Bay Sands Hotel 01:58​ – Gardens By The Bay 02:02​ – Cloud Forest Dome 02:07​ – Supertrees at Gardens By The Bay 02:50​ – Marina Barrage (Pump House) 02:55​ – Circle of Wealth 03:04​ – Telok Ayer Park 03:12​ – Central Business District 03:24​ – Raffles Place 03:33​ – Central Business District 03:37​ – Colonial District 03:42​ – Mariott Hotel South Beach 03:36​ – Central Business District 04:09​ – Aerial of Singapore with Interlace Apartments 04:21​ – Merlion at Marina Bay 04:32​ – Raffles Place 04:36​ – Fullerton Hotel & Cavanagh Bridge at Singapore river 04:41​ – Asian Civilisations Museum at Marina Bay 04:45​ – Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay 04:50​ – Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Museum of Art and Science, Shopping Center 04:49​ – Gardens By The Bay, Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Skyline of Singapore 05:13​ – Shopping Centre at Marina Bay Sands Hotel

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