Singapore Spot a Spot / 点出景点
ASEAN Sculpture Symposium, with the aim of promoting a sense of community among sculptors of member countries whose works of art will be visible symbols of regional cooperation. A collection of sculptures held at Fort Canning Park, this is first sculpture symposium in Singapore, but not the last.
An interior look-up shot of a dome in National Museum of Singapore. Hear a sound of echoes from heavenly art.
A bronze sculpture name “Pedas Pedas” located behind National Museum of Singapore, this is by Sculptor Kumari Nahappan. Pedas in Malay means spicy.
Kumari is a conceptual artist based in Singapore. Her signature and iconic made her won many awards and international fame.
Sculpture “Unveiling Friends”
The style incorporated elements of Arts and Crafts and Art Deco movements as well as the need of wealthy expatriate families for airy and spacious family homes. Many of them have conserved by Authority, developed and converted it into residential and commercial usages.
Entering the Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay, a world highest 35-meter tall indoor waterfall welcomes its guests with mist and lush vegetation. These greens are of that from the highlands of up to 2 thousands meter above sea level.
The “cloud mountain” is completely clad with epiphytes such as orchids, ferns, peacock ferns, spike, clubmosses, bromeliads and anthuriums.
Botanic Garden Amphitheatre is part of the unbeatable attraction in this national park of Singapore. It is open to park visitors at all times but provides Orchestra occasionally. This spaceship-like stage is sponsor by Shaw Foundation. The curve lining of the roof is blend perfectly with charming wind and musical notes.
Whenever there is a performance, audience from all places gather here with their family, sit on the lawn, under the wonderful fresh air and enjoy the pleasure of the sound of music. Without any sound acoustic, playing music surrounding nature, this is the most original form of our heart beat!
So, why would you want to turn his invitation down!
Tanjong Rhu Bridge is the first suspension footbridge in Singapore. It was built in 1998, spanning across the Geylang River to ease the residents and footers for traveling between National Stadium and Tanjong Rhu estate.