As you can see from my previous photographs of Singapore, I am focusing on views of big cities at dusk. On the first night I found 1 Altitude, a bar on the 63rd floor. I was told it was closed due to the rain and lighting, but I could go for a drink in the Golf Bar on the 61st floor and look through the window, which I did, paying $10 for a can of coke, but at least there was no entry cost to get there.
On my last night in the city I felt that I had unfinished business, so I went back to 1 Raffles Place and asked if the 63rd floor bar was open. It was and after paying my $25 for entry and a drink of my choice I found myself stood at the world’s highest al fresco bar on the top of the largest skyscraper in the city. It was for the above view of Marina Bay that I stood waiting nearly two hours for the day to turn into night. Obviously no tripods were allowed, so this was captured hand held.