Vivo City, Singapore
When visiting Vivo City Mall be sure to be make your way to the Bayfront Terrace. Here you`ll have a beautiful views of the Bayfront ,the cable cars heading over to Sentosa Island and you`ll be able to see Sentosa Island from here. Also the best part is that your kids can play in the water on the terrace while you enjoy the views.
Singapore is renowned for its shopping, especially the long Orchard road that seems to stretch for ever.
I don't think you should just go there, as we found bargains at other centres, like Vivo City, Bugis, the markets and some others I can't remember the names of.
Know your price's, because for me, a lot was not a bargain and there is cheap, rubbish stuff.
Be aware, and shop around.
Vivo City is a large Retail & Lifestyle shopping centre. It is from here, you catch the Monorail to Sentosa Island.
We came to do the new boardwalk to Sentosa Island, which starts at Vivo City.
Vivo City has more to offer, as on display are some great pieces of Artwork, and there is a lovely outdoor boardwalk area, with potted Tree's and some great views of Sentosa Island and the busy Ship yards.
We were walking through Vivo City when we came across this beautiful, brightly coloured "Flower Tree."
It was created by Choi Jeong-hwa of Korea as a symbol of affluence, courage and youth, time & space and transcending season. It is 6 metres tall, and is meant to encourage people to stop and smell the flower's, even if they aren't real!
I loved it! The bright colour's, the different flower's I saw as I walked around and around, this was an outstanding piece of artwork! It's a pity there isn't more around to brighten people's day's.
Choi was born in Korea in 1961, and has exhibited his works all over Europe, USA, Australia and Asia. He often produces brilliant, colourful designs.
i just found the place. on the top floor of vivo city, there's this place with pond, artwork, and food court.
it was nice, too bad i didn't get a nice sunset up there