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Every time I come to Singapore I visit here. Its a great view and at $6.00 a bargain. As usual there were only1 or 2 people on the viewing area. You need an MRT card or a MRT tourist pass as this is used to...More
We recommend coming here if only to appreciate the share scale of developement and how close/how many people can live together. It is really quite monumental and you only really feel it when there. Plenty of old shop house venues/restaurants nearby so this can be...More
The pinnacle is one of the exemplary public housing developments: 5 towers linked by outdoor sky gardens at levels 26 and 50. Level 50 is open to visitors for a fee of $6 from lobby G. You need an MRT card, or pay $10 deposit...More
The Pinnacle at 1 Cantonment Road is well worth a visit if you want to get a good aerial view of downtown Singapore.There is a 500 meter walkway on the 50th floor level, complete we lots of trees growing.The lift ride to the top costs...More
Interesting to visit if you are close to Chinatown and you will get a different perspective of the Singapore skyline. The building and lifts are starting to look a bit dated but well maintained and very clean as with most of Singapore. As the other...More
I would recommend this for the views alone, looking over the harbor, Sentosa Island and Mount Faber; however, it is also interesting from an architectural standpoint. I visited at 9am and had the whole place to myself.
For access you need to go to the...More
We got off the mrt at Outram park, just look up when you exit and you'll see the building. Walked about 10 mins to building G, ticket office is at level one. We had ezilink cards which were validated to allow entry at the 50th...More
Bad weather or a cloudy day offer also extremely dramatic vistas - sun breaking through the clouds, curtains of rain hiding parts of the scenes, waves rocking the ships on the sea etc. More positive aspects being the lack of... More
Bad weather or a cloudy day offer also extremely dramatic vistas - sun breaking through the clouds, curtains of rain hiding parts of the scenes, waves rocking the ships on the sea etc. More positive aspects being the lack of other visitors and no sunburn.