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The Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore

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  • One gets a different 180 degree view from the 50th floor of the Pinnacle@Duxton than the usual one from the Skypark at MBS. But one also gets a different service than usual. The tickets can be bought ...  more »
  • The high view looks incredible and it's windy up there. It's nice walk on the sky bridge spanning a few blocks of building. There are seating areas provided and if there is not much visitors, it's a v...  more »
  • We were maybe unfortunate on the day we went as the management office was a seat at the end of a corridor, which we found with some difficulty and following advice from some locals. While we had our E...  more »
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  • Really good views and only $6 per person. The viewing platform is huge and there is hardly anyone there. To enter, go to building G, entry to the ticket office is next to the convinience store on ground floor. For best views of the city skyline go there in the afternoon.
  • Amazing experience on the 50th storey skybridge! With just 6S$ you have access to this overhead runaway. Thousands of people living under your feet as you are admiring the panorama of the metropolis. One star less due to the listlessness of the staff at the ticketing office
  • Cheap version of marina bay sand view of Singapore cityscape. Every friend of mine that came here was impressed by the view. Need to pay thou.
  • Not very touristic, though popular among local people. You can visit the building rooftop in block 1G by paying 6 SGD. What was strange was that we needed a EZ card used mostly for transportion around the city. We were lucky to meet someone there who helped us with this. Other then this situation, we enjoyed a nice sightseeing tour of the rooftop with amazing views of the city
  • Lovely neighborhood packed with awesome amenities all round. Resident gets access to proper jogging track on sky park, indoor badminton courts and activities by connecting community center. Cozy cafes, top restaurants and local foodfare is what you get in this one special place.