Marina Bay Sands – Around and about

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Once in a while, I go down to the Marina Bay Sands (MBS) for a stroll. It’s such a touristy spot that there is hardly another reason to visit it, except for the vast amount of space for walks which I personally enjoy taking. Sometimes, I score a pretty stunning sunset along the path leading to the Garden by the Bay too. 

My favourite thing about the place though has to be the helix (DNA) bridge. It even has the letters of the DNA nucleobases – ATCG – etched onto the ground. Totally brings me back to days of biology classes.

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10 thoughts on “Marina Bay Sands – Around and about

  1. my favourite anywhere in Singapore is the helixbridge. I love running/walking along it, but those were the times where I’d work near enough to do so. the GATC DNA sequence is hilarious to look at.

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