The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore

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  • We went to Duxton in full day (around noon) but without a ticket because he needed the metro pass (we can't pay for the tickets with the cash or card)... Once at the top, there is the porticoes and tickets are necessary to return. Nevertheless we see even from the part that lifts and great views! FYI, there are several buildings connected to each other and so we can walk on tens of meters on the roof. The Duxton is close to the downtown, there is too much the skyline. However the price is cheap (5 dollars of memory). If you want views of downtown (skyline) you can also go to the hotel Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium which has a breathtaking view!
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  • The rooftop was spacious with a series of different themes for relaxing. It’s a long walk across the whole rooftop from block A to G, where you can enjoy various different Singapore views from the cit...  more »
  • At the 50th floor of a House is this observation deck open to the public. The condo is beautiful and high and consists of 7 different buildings. On the ground floor gyms and playrooms and then private terrace for residents on the 26th floor. It only costs $6 and allows a beautiful view of the city. There are also comfortable benches to sit on. You don't see the Navy but the port area. The view is 360 degrees
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  • You can get stunning aerial views of the city, including the downtown area and port. You can enter this building using your EZLink card. The entry fee is 5 SGD per person. There are lots of benches and sheltered places to rest in the top floor
  • Amazing architecture smacked right in the city. Morning and late afternoon would be a great time to get there for a breathtaking view of Singapore at the 50th floor.
  • One of the best views from 50 floors up in Singapore for only $5 (they only accept EZ-link transit card) if you're not a building resident. Head over to the first floor of 1G building to pay the entrance fee at the management office. The building complex is pretty cool unto itself, especially considering it's a public housing building. The viewing platform also happens to be part of the world's longest sky garden at 500 in length.
  • This award-winning public housing development is called home by more than 2,000 Singaporeans. It is made up of seven 50-storey blocks which are connected by two skybridges, one on the 26th floor and another on the 50th floor. Pinnacle@Duxton was one of the most sought after developments when it was launched because of its design and location. The entrance fee is but a fraction of the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark and you don’t have to ‘buy a drink’ like at other rooftop F&B establishments, the views are equally (or even more) stunning as it is located right in the middle of Singapore and also has 360 degree views of the city, plus it’s less touristy which equals less crowds. Enough said! Bring your EZ-Link card (the top-up card for public transport) and proceed to the Level 1 counter at Block 1G for payment and registration.
  • Excellent views over the city. The observation level is huge. The small office where you go to pay isn't especially well marked and the guy manning the office wasn't particularly friendly. But it is cheap. I went a bit before sunset.
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