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
This is my second time to visit Singapore😍, and I went to the famous spot Merlion which is also the symbol of this country. Many rourists come here to take photo shooting📸. It is really beautiful and eye-catching!🥰 #merrychristmas
Punch Singapore landmark: Merlion sculpture / hc / Merlion is a symbol of Singapore, when you arrive in Singapore, you must take a photo with the Merlion. The Merlion in Merlion Park is just across the river from Singapore, opposite the Sands Hotel. The Merlion's mouth is constantly spraying water, representing a constant stream of wealth. Everyone has put on the fountain, or the misplaced pose of the fountain to accept the fortune. There are not many people at 7 or 8 in the morning. You can take pictures as you like. After 8:30, the number of tourists will increase and the photos will be queued. It should be noted that sometimes the water in the fountain is very large, and it will blow to the tourists with the wind. If you take a picture on the front of the camera, the camera lens will be wet (pro-test). In fact, taking a mobile phone to take pictures is not bad.
Singapore's landmark must-have Merlion Park
Singapore Merlion Park, I think it is a world-famous attraction. As long as visitors come to Singapore, they will definitely come here to punch in, and the card is here, tourists are also struggling. I was so thoughtful that I wanted to interact with the huge Merlion fountain. It was also very cute. Of course, this is also a place for locals to enjoy walking. In addition to tourists, you will also see the locals who are running, and they are also very happy.
Its not just because of the Merlion fountain, but there are also many classic Singaporean buildings, such as the Victoria Theatre, the Raffles bronze statue, and the sands at the top of the famous boat type across the lake. Hotel. Therefore, the Merlion Park is full of tourists all the time. Of course, many tour groups will bring tourists in the morning. The scenery will be brighter during the day. Of course, I personally suggest that I come over in the evening because the hot temperatures in the evening gradually dissipate. And you will see the afterglow of the setting sun shine on the Golden Sands Hotel. Look for a place to sit down, blow a hair, look at the scenery, chat with friends, and wait quietly for the nightfall. At this time, Merlion Park It will change and become dazzling! And there will be a music light fountain show on time at the appointed time, this is also a must-see! Plus the night view of the surrounding buildings, it is also very beautiful.
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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