Sorry, the lense on my Lumix LX-5 just isn’t wide enough to capture both roofs >.<. Thinking of getting the wide lense though. The nickname “Durian” is given because of the roof’s design and shape, although the fact is it is designed according to the head of microphone.

The easiest way to reach Esplanade is from City Hall or Esplanade MRT station and take the escalator down when you see the sign.

There is a basement space between the MRT station and Esplanade where youths use it as their “playground” or practice pop dance.

The counter where you can purchase your tickets for performances held in Esplanade.

Art displayed on the main lobby/hall.

Free performance to be enjoyed. There are lots of free performance during weekends here. They even organize free music concert at the concert hall on the first Saturday of each month.

You can get to the roof by either taking lift or escalator. The white canopy in the picture is outdoor theatre, where performances are also held during weekends.

You can also see Singapore Flyer from the roof. Been there and trust me, it doesn’t worth the money.

Fullerton Hotel, one of the oldest hotels in Singapore (the other one is Raffles Hotel).

A floating platform just beside the Esplanade. It is used for various events including celebrating Singapore’s National Day which falls on 9 August. Behind it is the Helix Bridge which basically is a pedestrian bridged connected to Marina Bay Sands.

Yes, you will never have it so good… ^ ^

CBD view from Esplanade.

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