The Singapore island resort of Sentosa
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The Singapore island resort of Sentosa

by Hsu Heng-Chuan

The great Merlion and the Carlsberg Sky Tower

The great Merlion and the Carlsberg Sky Tower

Singapore is the city-state country which is surrounded by all types of skyscrapers. Wherever you go, you cannot be separated from the cement buildings.

In 1972, the Xin Jia Government officially set the island of Sentosa as a resort. Along with the increase of the island's recreational facilities, more foreign tourists regard Sentosa as one of the must-visit attractions in Singapore.

It was something like Ocean Park plus the Golden Coast of Hong Kong. Even there was a peacock running on the road freely.

After entering the island, you can see the two landmarks of Sentosa: the Carlsberg Sky Tower and the great Merlion.

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