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The Pinnacle@Duxton, Singapore

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  • It cost $6 and you need a MRT to be allowed access to the top floor and see Singapore from this unique building. There are 7 towers all connected and the public is allowed access to the top floor only...  more »
  • An awesome in my understanding residential complex of 7 buildings, interconnected by bridges and 26 m heavenly 50 floors. 26-only for the tenants at 50 floor-just let park visitors. View of the Center and South of the city is beautiful! Open to the public from 9 am to 9 pm. There are quota-no more than 200 people a day. To climb, will need a EZ-pass card link, for $6 you will give the guard, such is the price for one (supposed to have automatic payment, but when we were, it did not work). So we had to wait for quite a long time employee at the Corps Level 1 g, 1. Unfortunately (at first) and raining we even asked the guard, they say, are you sure? But fortunately (then) walk was a success. Due to rain, no one but us on the bridge was not! Recommend to combine a visit to high-rise buildings with campaign in China Town, because they are very close.
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  • It is not overtly "public". You can see these characteristic buildings from almost anywhere in Chinatown which is practically next door. 1. It costs S$6. You have to go inside at the basement close to...  more »
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  • Awesome, best in the afternoon for the closer skyscrapers but for the port and outer Singapore probably best in the morning. Go to G Block, first level ( ground floor) to pay $5. Well worth it. You can take your tripod too. Great spot for timelapse as well as sunset.
  • This is the best building to live in Singapore. Haven't seen place like this before. The sky garden is beautiful with awesome city and sea view.
  • Nice building. Good architechture. The view from the skybridge is really amazing. Only glitch the ticketing machine in the lobby doesnt work and you have to call the guy at maintenance office to turn on thw turnstile so as to enter and exit the skybridge.
  • Definitely the Pinnacle of public housing in SG. The public access to the roof garden (S$5) is a nominal fee for the fantastic view of the cityscape. Do note: you'll need an Ez-link or a CEPAS card for the payment.
  • Amazing view especially late in the evening. But a bit inconvenient to get in if you are not a resident.