Visited with B for my birthday last November but just blogging about it now. If you do want to go to Satay by the Bay and don’t want to walk much it’s better to park at the Marina Barrage area where they do kite flying. But the stroll wasn’t bad as it was not too muggy that evening and the haze had cleared by then. And I got to take pictures along the way.
The bull at the entrance where the main carpark is.
The impressively ornate iron wrought gate that would be decked out in lights for Christmas. I missed that as I had the pain of Tumours then but no clue it was cancer or two different types of cancer as it turned out.
As we strolled along the views were pleasing.
Finally reached Satay by the Bay which is like an airy hawker centre with huge ceiling fans to boost ventilation.
The satay and Hokkien Mee were tasty and satisfying and not the tourist trap I imagined.
Loads of seafood and other stalls too.
The walk back was pleasant and at least we could digest our food.
I finally got to see the Supertrees lit up at night.
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