View from the Pinnacle

These are the views from the top of the award-winning building which features the world’s two longest sky gardens, on both the 26th and 50th floors. The Pinnacle@Duxton is a re-development of the Duxton Plain. The Duxton Plain was historically significant as the site of the first two ten-storey HDB blocks in the Tanjong Pagar area and they were amongst the oldest built by the HDB in the country.

 

Sunset over the eastern horizon, overlooking the Everton Park
Sunset over the eastern horizon, overlooking the Everton Park and NUHS

 

Port of Singapore, Brani Terminal. Sentosa Island in the shadows.
Port of Singapore, Brani Terminal. Sentosa Island in the shadows.

 

Romantic place to paktor, I guess? High ISO 6400 used here, but still not fast enough
Romantic place to paktor, I guess? High ISO 6400 used here, but still not fast enough

 

Port of Singapore, Keppel Terminal.
Port of Singapore, Keppel Terminal.

 

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Blue Hour at the Port

Woke up early for this shot. This was taken from one of the south-facing blocks in the Engineering Faculty of the National University Singapore (NUS).

This is the Pasir Panjang Terminal, part of Port of Singapore.

The Port of Singapore includes terminals located at Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, Brani, Pasir Panjang, Sembawang and Jurong. They can accommodate all types of vessels, including container ships, bulk carries, ro-ro ships, cargo freighters, coasters and lighters. The Pasir Panjang Terminal (PPT) handles mega container vessels of 13,000 TEUs or more with quay cranes that can reach across 22 rows of containers. Remote controlled bridge cranes allow each operator to handle up to six cranes. [Source: Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore]

Blue Hour - Port of Singapore
Blue Hour – Port of Singapore