This is the $8 billion Marina Bay Sands resort and casino.
The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay, a 250-acre nature park built on reclaimed land in central Singapore.
The city-state's skyline at dusk.
The skyline at Marina Bay. Note the Marina Bay Sands to the left, and the Singapore Flyer to the right of the image.
This is the atrium of the Learning Hub at Nanyang Technological University.
This is the School of Art, Design, and Media at Nanyang Technological University.
One of several reclaimed islands in Singapore.
One of the city-state's major expressways.
One of Singapore's major roundabouts.
Looking up at one of Singapore's most iconic buildings, Pearl Bank Apartments.
Looking upward in the city-state is mesmerizing.
Another giant apartment building in the city-state.
This building looks like a sunrise in reverse.
The Singapore Flyer was the largest Ferris wheel in the world between 2008 and 2014.
Another view of the Marina Bay Sands from Marina Bay.
The architecture in this city-state is just breathtaking.
The exterior of the Hive, Nanyang Technological University's Learning Hub.
The glazed conical roof of the Wheelock Place skyscraper.
An aerial view of Sentosa Cove, a high-end residential development largely built on reclaimed land.
What an incredible place! When will you be visiting?