Acrophobia is a fear of heights.
Sarah and I don't have this fear but my goodness it was put to the test on Sunday night.
We journeyed 0.27kms (what's that in Metres?) onto the 63rd storey of a building in downtown Singapore. It is the highest rooftop bar in the world. We were very excited but also full of nerves as the glass wall that surrounded the top looked a little flimsy! It gave us an adrenalin rush being so high up.
It was a dazzling display of lights from the rooftop.
Singapore is Alive!
Currently exploring the artwork of a Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama! She is renowned for repetition, dots , lines and pumpkins.
Some of her art work.....
Today has been a busy day for our feet!
After arriving early meant that we couldn't check in, we decided that we should pass the time on foot.
First up the botanic gardens. It was very eerie at 7am, a slight whisper of sunlight and strange birds chatting away whilst hiding in amongst the foliage and flowers.
Several memories here but the best was an incredible stage surrounded by water, lilypads and other natural loveliness.
Today was also a day to explore the Marina Bay sands area and the Singapore gardens. Lots of fantastic plants and displays of nature. Plus the hotel is magnificent.
This evening was by far the best part of the day, surrounded by colourful trees that lit up to the sound of music. Absolute winner.
Hannah I found you a friend (also called Hannah) she is trying to make sure people aren't too noisy on the underground train.
Speak soon and enjoy your Sunday Room 17!