Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore

Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore

Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore

Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore

 Merlion Park is one of very famous and popular places in Singapore because in that place there is a Merlion Statue.

 Merlion statue or commonly called the lion head statue is a tourist icon of Singapore and even some say the mascot of Singapore. This picture of Merlion Statue can be found in tourism brochures, fridge magnets, key chains and other Singapore souvenirs. (Also read : Maestro Palace the Museum of Affandi)

 It’s called the Statue of Merlion (Mermaid and Lion) because of its body in the form of a fish, while its head is a lion. Perpaudan symbolizes the following:

 The Merlion’s body symbolises Singapore’s humble beginnings as a fishing village when it was called Temasek, which comes from the same root as the word tasek (“lake” in Malay).

 Whereas, its head represents Singapore’s original name, Singapore, or “lion city” in Malay.

 It was designed as a symbol of Singapore in 1964. The Merlion statue has the shape of a lion’s head with a fish body on the crest of a wave. The icon of Singapore which is famous throughout the world, was designed by Mr. Fraser Brunner, member of the souvenir committee and curator at the Van Kleef Aquarium. While the making was made from a mixture of cement, carried out by Mr. Lim Nang Seng. (Also read other article at : Soal Congratulation Hope Wish and Agreement)

 After that, the statue was inaugurated by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew on 15 September 1972 at the Singapore River estuary. This statue is designed to welcome visitors who come to Singapore.

 Merlion statue which is an icon of the country of Singapore is in the Marina Bay or precisely on the road one fullerton. the statue which is on the edge of Singapore river is opposite the esplanade or the famous art building. if we are on the Esplanade and how to go to Merlion Park Singapore by crossing the bridge.

 Merlion statue has a height of 8.6 meters and weighs 70 tons is an icon of pride and is very famous in Singapore. In fact, many people say that if you haven’t taken a photo on the Merlion Statue, then it hasn’t been considered going to Singapore. However, if you take a photo on it then people will believe you once went to Singapore if you uploaded a photo with the Merlion statue on Facebook. seems excessive maybe but that’s what happened. if the photo at Merlion Park don’t forget to use 2 backgrounds, the Merlion statue and the marina bay sands triplets.

 While behind Merlion Park, there is a cute Merlion child. A small Merlion measuring two meters high and weighing three tons, also built by Mr. Lim. his body was made of cement, its skin was covered of porcelain and its eyes were from small tea cups. (Also read other article at : Masuk Dalam Dunia Halusinasi)

The way to get to Merlion Park by taking the MRT

 Get off at Rafles Place Station (red / green line) then look for exit H (six battery road)

 Go out and look towards the river. Go to the river. after that look for the Marina Bay building, walk along the river with a benchmark of direction to the Marina Bay Sands building. The Merlion statue is directly opposite the Marina Bay Sands building. and next to One Fullerton, a 2,500 square meter park that has just been built. At One Fullerton, there are various restaurants, lounges and dance clubs by the river.

The way to get to Merlion Park by Bus from Bugis Street

 Take a public bus, get in from the bus stop right in front of Bugis Junction, take number 130, get off at the Singapore cricket club, if you don’t know where it goes, just tell the driver. then we stand not far from the driver. Later when it’s time, the driver will usually give us info. Travel time Approximately 15 minutes, the distance is about 3 km.

 That’s a post about Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore we can share on this occasion with the hope that the post about Attractiveness of Merlion Park Singapore above can help you in getting more information about Singapore before going there. (Also read other article at : Soal tentang Bilangan Berpangkat)

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