Merlion Park Photos


Sentosa (Beach Station / Merlion Park)

Why Merlion Park is famous?

The Merlion Park is a major Singapore attraction overlooking the Marina Bay. It has two iconic statues of the famous Merlion which is a beautiful mythical structure with a head of a lion and the body of a fish. The lion spouts water from its mouth which makes for a great picture.

Is Merlion Park free?

The park is open and free to visit. Merlion Park is a very popular place to take selfies; bring a camera, and be prepared for crowds.

How much does it cost to go to Merlion Park?

No entrance fees. Its just the central place which connects raffles bay,marina bay and fortune hotels.

Does Merlion still exist?

By then, the original Merlion location was also no longer the entrance of Singapore River. So, in 2002, the statue and its cub were relocated 120 metres to the current Merlion Park that fronts Marina Bay where it stands on a newly reclaimed promontory in front of The Fullerton Hotel.

What happen to Merlion?

The iconic Sentosa Merlion of Singapore is now going to be demolished, as per reports. The shocking step to demolish the Merlion statue on Sentosa is being taken in order to make way for the construction of a pedestrian bridge that is going to cost S$90 million.

What country made Merlion?

The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. Two Merlion statues are located at the park.

What is the best time to visit Merlion Park?

When the

What time is the Merlion light show?

The Marina Bay Sands Light and Water Show is one show that you can watch in Singapore every night for free. The shows start at 8pm and 9.30pm.

What time does Merlion close?

The Sentosa Merlion opening hours are from 10AM to 8PM. The place offers a pleasant experience, and to end the day of tourists on a good note, there are many other shows which one can enjoy.


Over Imbiah Station on Sentosa looms the tallest Merlion in Singapore it’s 37 metres high.


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