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Merlion Park - Most Popular Park Attraction Of Singapore- A Unique Mythical Concept For Tourists

Merlion Park

A popular Singapore landmark that looks out over Marina Bay is The Merlion Park. It has two recognizable sculptures of the Merlion, a beautiful mythical creature with a lion's head and a fish's body. The lion's water-spitting pose makes for an amazing photo.

Best time to visit: Anytime
Things to do: Admire The Merlion Park Centerpiece, Learn About The Myths, Spend A Quality Time, Take In The Breathtaking View


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