Singapore's Merlion Park is a pedestrian area located just alongside the mouth of the Singapore River. Singapore's famous Merlion statue is located here. The half-lion, half-mermaid hybrid is the symbol of Singapore. Behind the original Merlion there is now a little Merlion cub which, along with the big one, also spits jets of water from its mouth.
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Location - Merlion Park
Address - 1 Fullerton Rd, Singapore 049213
Getting There - A short walk from Raffles Place MRT station.
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Merlion Park is a Singapore landmark and major tourist attraction, located at One Fullerton near the Central Business District (CBD). It is a hotspot for tourists to get a glimpse of the Merlion and take some landmark photoshoot. It is also a great spot to see the CBD skyline and Marina Bay Sands.
The main Merlion can be seen spouting water from its mouth. It is 8.6 metres and weighs 70 tonnes. It is popular among visitors to take fun shot with the water coming out from Merlion. There is also a smaller Merlion statue commonly known as the ‘Merlion cub’. It 2 metres tall and weighs three tonnes.
The Merlion Park is also a popular spot among local during national day where they can catch a clear view of firework and some of the parade at the flooding platform.
Merlion Park is one of the best tourist spots in Singapore. It’s honestly the best place to hang around with a nice view of Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. The Merlion statue is Singapore’s most recognizable and iconic monuments. Enjoy the nice view here early in the morning to avoid the crowd. Love this place 😍
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Visited the iconic Singapore’s national icon the Merlion with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. According to a story, Merlion's body symbolizes Singapore's humble beginnings as a fishing village when it was called Temasek in Malay which comes from the same root as the word tasek means lake. Its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapura, or lion city. Today, you can glimpse this legend at Merlion Park. Spouting water from its mouth. It is a must visit for tourists visiting Singapore similar to other significant landmarks around the world. You can do different styles of capturing this mythical icon. Also, the park has a smaller Merlion statue known as the Merlion cub. #qingmingtravel #urbanexplorer #lightthecity