First International Trip

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27th Apr 2017

Singapore

Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
Day 1
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of V Hotel Lavender Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Day 6
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Changi Airport Singapore Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Day 3

The world's tallest observation wheel.

Photo of Singapore Flyer Raffles Avenue Singapore by Gayatri Kamat

The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel in Singapore.

Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
Day 5

Marina Bay Sands,a hotel of architectural wonder in the heart of thriving Marina Bay Sands has three 55-story hotel towers . The three towers are connected by a 1 hectare roof terrace, Sands SkyPark.The observation deck provides panoramic views across the bay.

Photo of Marina Bay Sands Bayfront Avenue Singapore by Gayatri Kamat
Photo of Marina Bay Sands Bayfront Avenue Singapore by Gayatri Kamat

Merlion A fishy tale

Photo of Merlion Singapore by Gayatri Kamat

The Merlion (Malay: Singa-Laut) is a well-known marketing icon of Singapore depicted as a mythical creature with a lion's head and the body of a fish. It is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore.[1]

The Merlion was first used in Singapore as the logo for the tourism board. The Merlion is similar to the heraldic sea-lion which occurs in a number of different artistic traditions. The Merlion is the national personification of Singapore.

Its name combines "mer", meaning the sea, and "lion". The fish body represents Singapore's origin as a fishing village when it was called Temasek, which means "sea town" in Javanese. The lion head represents Singapore's original name—Singapura—meaning "lion city" or "kota singa".

Merlion Park

Photo of First International Trip by Gayatri Kamat
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