Serene sojourn near Singapore’s skyscraper cityscape
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Although Singapore is one of the lowest-lying countries in the world, with the highest elevation at 164 metres, it has other unique selling points such as seaside tropical escapes near to the city centre.
A prime example is The Capella, a luxury resort situated in expansive landscaped grounds on Sentosa Island, just a 30-minute drive from the main business district. At the heart of this serene sanctuary are two restored Tanah Merah colonial bungalows that date back to the 1880s. The more modern 112 manors, suites and guestrooms were designed by renowned architect Sir Norman Foster. With natural garden views outside, the facilities within the building are high-tech, including Singapore’s largest LED Wall at 81-sq-m.
This business space features a glass-dome skylight and an amazing glass sculpture by San Francisco-based artist Nikolas Weinstein which contains 10,000 clear glass tubes that produce amazing visual effects.