Merlion Park & Marina Bay 2018 2/2
Chinese Lunar New Year
Photographed by Gwo Long Young
Marina Bay Sands
In April 2005, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the Singapore cabinet’s acceptance of a proposal to develop two integrated resorts, one at Marina Bay, the other on the island of Sentosa. In 2006, Las Vegas Sands Corp. won the bid for the Marina Bay site with an architectural design by Moshe Safdie. 
Opened in three phases over the course of 2010, Marina Bay Sands held its grand opening on 17 February 2011, and is now a distinctive icon in the Singapore skyline.
Marina One 
Due for completion in 2017 is Marina One, a mixed use development at Marina South. The developer is M+S Pte Ltd, owned 60:40 by Malaysia’s strategic investment fund, Khazanah Nasional, and Singapore’s Temasek Holdings respectively. The site forms part of a swap deal between Singapore and Malaysia involving land in Singapore vacated by Malaysia’s railway operator.  The architectural design was unveiled on 19 February 2013 in a joint ceremony by the prime ministers of Malaysia and Singapore, and demonstrates planning flexibility and sustainability, in that four land parcels have been amalgamated into one integrated development with a single basement carpark, and what were originally planned as roads between the parcels will be developed into green, public spaces.
Marina South 
Located next to Bay South Garden and the Straits of Singapore, Marina South will set a new standard for sustainable urban living. It is envisioned to be a lively mixed-use fenceless residential district, with sheltered pedestrian connections spanning two Thomson Line stations at Marina South and Gardens by the Bay and dedicated cycling paths around the district. Residents will be able to enjoy being part of the community, with a variety of amenities, parks and plazas, where residents can meet, interact and socialize.
魚尾獅公園&濱海灣 2018 春節2/2
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