Recently, I visited a lesser-known Marina at Keppel Bay, which is located at Keppel Island (Singapore). I knew about this place from some friends a while ago but only managed to explore now. For the location, please view it here (Google Maps).
Yachts lined up at their berths against the iconic bridge. At the background, you can see the cable cars leading to HarbourFront Centre (building on the left) and after which to Sentosa. This is a looping service where the starting point is as The Jewel Box at Mount Faber.
Weather board showing all the critical information for all the folks who is going out to sea. The flag “Celebrating the Singapore Spirit” is in conjunction with Singapore 44th National Day on 8th August 2009. For more decorations on Singapore 44th National Day, please visit here.
Not sure what is this? But I suppose it’s an equipment used for maintenance of the yacht.
Another berthing area for the yachts. The construction in the background is for Reflections at Keppel Bay.
Marina at Keppel Bay main building (facing the waterfront).
The facade of the several eateries here and it is facing the waterfront. On the ground floor, Privé, which feature 3 different dining experience – fine dining restaurant, waterfront bar and bakery cafe. On the second floor, there is Takumi Tokyo, the coffee connoisseur ( tcc ), The Wine Glass and The Island Suite.
Taking a close up of the Marina at Keppel Bay main building (facing the waterfront).
Construction on-going for the upcoming waterfront residential condominium – Reflections at Keppel Bay. How nice it will be to stay here… 🙂
Opposite the Marina at Keppel Bay main entrance, is a park-like open area which is also facing the waterfront.
A vessel passing by.
An area where a number of folks are fishing. At the right hand corner, a group of teens are having a picnic and chatting away.
The sun is setting soon. This area is a great place to walk/jog/stroll.
Another vessel passing by. It’s also a great place to just admire the scenery and enjoy the sea breeze. 🙂
The other side of the bridge.
Information about Keppel Island on the bridge area.
Rules and regulations for Marina at Keppel Bay.
The sun is setting and the iconic bridge is starting to light up.
Archipelago Samui Pint S$16++ and Mango Margarita S$16++ at Privé Bakery Cafe. We couldn’t get the best seats (those facing the waterfront) as they were already reserved. If you are thinking to relax here, I suggest placing a reservation early.
This night shot was taken from a railing as didn’t bring tripod along. Ha ha! Photo taken at ISO400, F/5.6 and shutter speed 3.2 seconds.
Hand held night shot of the restaurant and bar area. The ambiance is wonderful at night!
Fully lighted-up bridge – also taken off from a railing. 😛
Yes, the lights at the bridge do change colors!
Another shot taken from a further location. Notice the pavilion at the right? Ideal for bringing your partner along. ^^;
Taking a slow stroll in the night at this area is so relaxing. This photo was taken around 9pm and it’s really quiet.
Marina at Keppel Bay front entrance.
Stairways leading up to 2nd storey at the main building.
The roof of Marina at Keppel Bay main building. Fantastic architecture and design!
Finally, I’ll leave you with the night view of Marina at Keppel Bay main building (facing the waterfront). The lights do change colors as well. And if possible, please do visit the place to experience it yourself.
另一个游艇的停泊区。背后的建筑是私人公寓Reflections at Keppel Bay。
Marina at Keppel Bay的主楼（面向着海滨）。
近距离拍摄Marina at Keppel Bay主楼（面向着海滨）。
正在进行的建筑是将来海滨住宅公寓-Reflections at Keppel Bay。如果能住在这里多好。。。:)
面向着海滨的Marina at Keppel Bay入口处对面是个开放式的休闲地方。
Marina at Keppel Bay的规则和条例。
因为我们没带三脚架，所以这张夜景照是利用栏杆拍的。哈哈! 照片采取ISO400 ，F/5.6，速度 3.2秒。
Marina at Keppel Bay的入口处。
Marina at Keppel Bay的主楼屋顶。神奇的架构和设计！
最后， 让你慢慢欣赏Marina at Keppel Bay 主楼（面对滨海）的夜景。灯光也会换颜色。如果可以，请到这地方亲身体验。