The Sustainable Singapore Gallery provides a lot of information like the concept behind the Marina Barrage, some history of Singapore's water resource and their commitment to the environment. Eye-catching exhibits will compensate for the not-so-attractive construction that is happening all around.
The gallery is not all there is. You will also get to enjoy different views of the Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer.
To the Chinese, the number nine has special place and is the very reason why the Marina Barrage is in the shape of two number nines if you look at it from an aerial point of view. The Singaporeans are working hard to to create a long-lasting clean water source.
In the afternoon, families and friends come to play and fly kites. The place is even more field with life and justifies all the money and effort that is being put into this very extraordinary project.
The scene is just breathtaking. Watching children enjoy made me even more grateful for the good things that technology gives humanity.