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1-Altitude Viewing Gallery, Singapore

Viewing gallery opened in 2010 at the rooftop of OUB Centre offers an unparalleled 360-degree view of Singapore from the highest point in the city-state at 282 metres.

Viewing gallery opened in 2010 at the rooftop of OUB Centre offers an unparalleled 360-degree view of Singapore from the highest point in the city-state at 282 metres. Visitors receive hi-tech interactive gadgets which allow them to see information about the places they are looking at. Each visit ends with a photo taken by specially mounted camera with a spectacular view of the Marina Bay as a background.


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About 1-Altitude Viewing Gallery

 1-Altitude, Singapore

 +65 6438 0410

 www.1-altitude.com

1-Altitude Viewing Gallery and Nearby Sights on Map

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Jamae Mosque

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Thian Hock Keng Temple

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Sri Mariamman Temple

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Singapore Coin and Notes Museum

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Chinatown Heritage Centre

An excellent museum chronicling how Chinatown came to be and the privation suffered by early migrants

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

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