It seems that Singapore is a city that comes to life after dark. There are concerts in the amphitheaters on the promenade alongside the bay, a light show near the flower-like museum alongside Marina Bay, a light show at the Gardens by the Bay park, and of course the Singapore Flyer. And that's all just around the bay; there is also a night safari out near the zoo, and I'm sure plenty of other things.
For my first evening, I decided to view the lights of the city from above, on the Singapore Flyer. The Singapore Flyer is a giant ferris wheel, currently the tallest one in the world at 541 feet, at least until the new High Roller wheel opens in Las Vegas next month. It takes about half an hour to go all the way around in one of the 28 capsules. While it runs all day, too, I wanted the night view, so I went up a little after nine in the evening. It was very similar to the London Eye, which I went up in years ago, and did give a great view, although I do wish they would clean the windows a bit better, or at least that people would have the sense not to touch the glass, as some smudges in places made it hard to get clear pictures. Anyhow, here are some pictures of the view from up there.