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Wednesday, 18 April 2012


That came to an end our trip to Singapore. Next week I will publish separate reports on the most interesting topics. I'll tell you about the subway and the traffic, about unusual buildings and penalties. In the meantime, take a look a report about the last days on the island. As a bonus at the end of the post shocking photo of me in the pool. Sergei share mebya persuaded to insert photos into posts. Let's see what happens. Do not worry!

01. Despite the high concentration of skyscrapers, the city is very green. In all parks, trees. Especially here like to do green walls on the buildings of the living plants and split parks on rooftops.

02. Right in town is the Formula 1 circuit. Singapore Grand Prix - a unique stage of "F1" for several reasons. First, he goes to the city line, and secondly, it is not just an urban jungle, and the fastest. Each season, while Singapore Grand Prix held in 2008, many drivers complain about the bumps on the road. And most importantly, during this Grand Prix is ​​the only time pilots compete for the season at night under floodlights.

Curiously, the motto of the first night race in Formula 1 history - "as light as day." It appears on all official documents, it begins with a description of the autodrome, which is produced by journalists in the press center

The composition of asphalt is designed specifically for autodrome, participated in its creation the company Shell - engineers believe that it will provide 20% more grip than usual, and will last five years. Due to the fact that the track is laid in the city, the canvas was laid in one night - the movement blocked, and workers laid 15,000 tons of asphalt.

03. Port of Singapore is one of the four largest in the world, along with Hong Kong, Rotterdam and Shanghai. Singapore port is equipped with berths for vessels of various types, serving 250 lines and 150 ships daily take.

04. All of the sea in ships around the country that are waiting in line for loading-unloading. Due to the large number of ships at sea, dirty and kind of swimming is not recommended.



07. I go out for a jog in the morning, and what I see? The famous yacht "A" Andrei Melnichenko, most unusual and expensive yacht in the world! On the yacht "A" first began in 2008. It was designed by French designer Philippe Starck. Within a few people, eyewitnesses tell of unprecedented luxury. The master cabin area of ​​240 square meters. m is located at the top of cuttings. It leads to a spiral staircase, railing which cost the oligarch in 60 thousand dollars. Entrance to the cabin only through the fingerprints of the owner, which defines a special coded lock. On a giant podium with a double bed, rotating diamond pressing a button.

In general, the yacht is cool, all the rest are now millionaires in Singapore.

08.Zhiloy area in the center.

09. The recently completed the construction of this such an unusual residential complex. About it will be a separate post.

10. The symbol of Singapore, the statue MERLION, Polulyakh-poluryba. Do not understand why there crowds of tourists. Type out a bad one.

11. Chinatown.


13. Surprisingly, even the Chinese and Indian districts manage to maintain cleanliness. Of course, not perfect, but very clean. Making the pig is not an Indian - a feat.


15. I tried the famous durian - a fruit renowned both for its taste and smell. To bring the fruits of the hotels is strictly prohibited. The smell of durian is sometimes described as a mixture of rotten onions, cheese and turpentine. I smell did not seem unpleasant. But the taste, too. Tastes like a sweet potato puree with meat. Because of its taste durian earned the nickname "King of fruits."

16. But back to our favorite trotuarchikam. See, how lovely. Everywhere bushes and trees. As such you want to walk the sidewalks.

17. But! The real jungle! Scrubs - the best protection from the sidewalk machines. Nothing adorns trotuarchik like bushes.

18. Tiles of natural stone. See how all neatly done. Each stone is impregnated with love and warmth of Bangladeshi migrant workers.

19. At every step, free vayfay. And not just in the premises, but also on the street. To connect, often need a local phone number for registration.

20. Cycle path in the park. The city bikes do not go there. Almost no bicycle paths, which is strange. They say Singaporeans are not very zhaluyut bike due to lack of air conditioning in it.

21. But in the park you can pitch a tent. Some sleep in the parks. And the parks are special places for barbecue.

22. The roof of the shopping center. Beautiful fountain pool.

23. For all being watched.

24. This is a school of arts. It is built in an area of ​​Singapore in 2009 on the draft WOHA. It consists of three rectangular volumes, which are located in the classrooms and studios. Green facades of these parallelepipeds serve as filters to protect the building from dust, glare and heat. On the roof of the building is a large green recreation area with garden cottages, which includes the 400-meter track.

25. See what all the green. Beauty. These urban jungle.

26. Entrance to the school.

27. Concert Hall in view of the durian.

28. Museum of Arts and Sciences at the Marina Bay Sands. The building is in the form of a lotus, an area of ​​4,600 square meters, designed by architect Moshe Safdi.

29. Cool store bags. Architect Moshe Safdi from Boston and New York designer Peter Marino designed the building and along the interior of the store Louis Vuitton Island Maison, located in the complex of Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. The roof of the museum is unique, its design is specifically designed to channel rain water like a waterfall through the center of the atrium of the building.

30. And this is the subway. About it will also be a separate post ;)

31. There will be a great post about the sleeping quarters and social housing.

32. He went to the legendary Long Bar, at the Raffles. Here lives the spirit of old Singapore. Long Bar is known primarily because of the cocktail Singapore Sling.

33. The old system of ventilation.

34. On the table are gazhdom box with peanuts. Here it must be cleaned and throwing the husks on the floor. As a result, the entire floor littered with peanut husks, which is nice crunch when walking.

35. Many people believe that there is no debris in Singapore. Perhaps in the center of it is, but in the suburbs, where there is no camera, and janitors, all as always. Until the whole country is incredibly clean.

36. A lot of debris on beaches. Its brings the sea.

37. Urn for separate waste collection. For the first time in my life I figured out what to throw in a second. Typically, these boxes are clear only to local residents.

38. Evening ...


40. Golf.

41. Pedestrian bridge.




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46. Reread the post and almost fell asleep. The result was a tedious travel report. More so I will not. We'll have a bonus insert your photo, so you have something to discuss in the comments. They say all of the water increases by 25%! This is important.

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