Randomly Awesome (iPhone Photo), 20.04.2017

I attended the SME Day 2017 in the Resorts World Convention Centre on 20 April 2017. During lunch time, I managed to have a quick 30 minute walk around the location. I have these photographs to share.

View 01: In front of Universal Studios.

View 02: In front of a fountain with Merlion in the background.

View 03: The Merlion.

View 04: The two mechanical cranes for the Sentosa Crane Show in the night are housed in the enclosure.

View 05: Overseeing the Singapore Cruise Center, Keppel Harbourfront and Singapore Cable Cars.

View 06: The luxury tall ship – Royal Albatross.

Randomly Awesome (iPhone Photo), 02.01.2017

Today was the second day of 2017. I was at the Keppel Harbourfront (behind VivoCity) with my wife spending a relax cooling stroll this morning and enjoying the beautiful harbour view.

View 01: Sentosa Gateway, the bridge that connects Singapore to Sentosa.

View 02: Sentosa Gateway

View 03: Sentosa Gateway

View 04: Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore Cable Cars

View 05: Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore Cable Cars

View 06: Singapore Cruise Centre on the right

View 07: Singapore Cruise Centre

View 08: Harbourfront Centre, Singapore Cruise Centre, VivoCity

Keppel Harbour has been a thriving maritime gateway for international trade since the late 19th century. It was originally known as New Harbour and was renamed in honour of Admiral Henry Keppel in 1900. During the Second World War, Allied soldiers came through this harbour to strengthen Singapore and Malaya’s defence. Thousands of civilians and troops made their escape through here before Singapore fell on 15 February 1942. Allied commandos carried out Operation Jaywick, successfully destroying seven Japanese ships that were stationed here.