Lets explore singapore


Published on

this is the visual in my informative speech, entitled Let's Explore Singapore

Published in: Travel, Sports
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • houses six double-storey flagship stores of close to 9,000 square feet (840 m2) each, including Prada, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Dolce &Gabbana, Cartier and Patek Philippe. Its signature glass façade doubles up as a giant media screen as well.
  • Homegrown department stores
  • — A shopping mall that somehow became the main focal point for domestic Filipino workers to meet their friends during their off days. The place is known to be very crowded on Sundays with many shops selling products from the Philippines.
  • and on the fifth and sixth floors the one of the largest cinema halls in Singapore, Lido 8 Cineplex, resides. This mall is also home to a number of shops such as Fendi, Loewe and Celine.
  • — The mall opened in 1993 and is the largest shopping mall in the Orchard Road shopping belt. It houses branded boutiques such as VacheronConstantin, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Burberry, Loewe and Chanel as well as Japanese department store, Takashimaya. The mall is also home to Southeast Asia's second largest bookstore, Books Kinokuniya.
  • East- science park and most industrial factoriesWest- changi airport and wild wild wet
  • listed by the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 as the largest fountain in the world.  The inward flowing water of the fountain was used for two reasons. Water is known as the symbol of life and wealth in Chinese culture, and the inward motion of the water symbolises the retention of wealth for SuntecCity.According to fengshui experts (Chinese geomancers), the water flowing inwards represents riches pouring in,[6] thus the name Fountain of Wealth.  It is claimed that visitors to Suntec City, who walk around the central base of the Fountain three times and touching the water at all times, would gain some good luck of their own
  • Standing at a stunning 165m, Singapore Flyer is the height of a 42-storey building – that’s some 30 metres taller than the famed London EyeLocated at the picturesque waterfront overlooking Marina Bay, Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is Singapore’s most exciting performance arts venue to date. Housing a 1,600-seat concert hall, a 2,000-seat theatre and several recital rooms, theatre and rehearsal studios as well as outdoor performing spaces, the dome-shaped complex also boasts a shopping mall, cosmopolitan food outlets and an arts library.Developed by Las Vegas Sands, it is billed as the world's most expensive standalone casino property at S$8 billion In front of the three towers include a Theatre Block, a Convention and Exhibition Facilities Block, as well as the Casino Block, which have up to 1000 gaming tables and 1400 slot machines. The ArtScience Museum is constructed next to the three blocks and has the shape of a lotus. Its roof will be retractable, providing a waterfall through the roof of collected rainwater when closed in the day and with laser shows when opened at night. In front of the Event Plaza is the Wonder Full show, a light and water spectacular that is the largest in Southeast Asia
  • Lets explore singapore

    1. 1. Jan Margarette VasquezLET’S EXPLORESINGAPORE
    2. 2. history
    3. 3.  The English name of Singapore is derived from the Malay word Singapura hence the customary reference to the nation as the Lion City the beast seen by Sang Nila Utama, who founded and named ancient Singapore, was most likely a tiger.
    4. 4. Famous Cities
    5. 5. Orchard Road MallsIONOrchard
    6. 6. Tangs Plaza
    7. 7. Lucky Plaza
    8. 8. Shaw House and Center
    9. 9. Ngee Ann City
    10. 10. Clarke Quay
    11. 11. JurongWest East
    12. 12. Suntec City Is one of the largest mall in Singapore Most of the convention and exhibit is all at the mall. Suntec City has 5 tall towers where the first two to three grounds are the shopping mall while the succeeding floors are for company use.
    13. 13. Fountain of Wealth
    14. 14. Tourist Attraction
    15. 15. Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands
    16. 16. SENTOSA Tiger Sky Tower, near Cable Car (blue/green bus),. 9AM-9PM daily. Asias tallest observation tower. It takes you up to a height of 131 m above sealevel and offers a 360-degree view of Sentosa, Singapore and the Southern islands.
    17. 17.  Dolphin Lagoon, Siloso Point. Has cute pink dolphins doing all the usual tricks Underwater World, near Siloso Beach (all buses). Claims to be Asias largest tropical oceanarium, it features a walk-through aquarium with lots of sharks and fishes and many smaller tanks.
    18. 18.  Fort Siloso- Formerly the largest British naval base in Fortress Singapore, its guns staring balefully out towards the sea in preparation for enemy attack.
    19. 19.  Sentosa Luge & Skyride, Beach Station. Up the hill in a ski lift and down again in a steerable bobsled. Kid safe. Good attraction for younger kids as the incline of the track hinders going very fast. Not very exciting for those over 15.
    20. 20.  Songs of the Sea Multimedia extravaganza with live cast, pyrotechnics, water jets and lasers. Very popular, so book ahead, especially on weekends.
    21. 21. Resorts World
    23. 23. New york area New york national library
    24. 24. Ancient Egypt StatueBattlestar GalacticaHuman vs Cylon Transformer the ride
    25. 25. Jurassic parkWater world arena
    26. 26. Sherk’s swampFarfar away castle Madagascar a crate adventure
    27. 27. THE FINE CITY
    28. 28. The End.. Thank you.. Hope to seeyou in Singapore soon 