The Marina Bay Sands #resort in #Singapore is one of the world’s most recognizable luxury resorts, with its round shaped #Skypark on top, overseeing the #Marina #Bay and #downtown Singapore. Definitely a place where you can spend lots of time in its shops, museums, casino, restaurants and the pools – and a unique piece of #architecture that you won’t find anywhere else.
The walkway to the women’s prayer hall in the #Sheikh #Zayed Grand #Mosque in #Abu #Dhabi, #UAE – The mosque is an amazing building of local architecture at its finest! Apart from its massive size, the mosque is beautifully designed in every single, little detail – definitely something you have to see when traveling to the UAE.
Abras on #Dubai #Creek, #UAE – The #Abras are the traditional boats used in Dubai for crossing the Dubai Creek. They are connecting the two two main areas of Dubai – #Deira with its souks and traditional markets, and #BurDubai with #downtown Dubai and the city’s modern development in the last decades. Definitely worth a trip taking an abra to cross the creek and explore both sides of the city!
The #Dubai #Marina in Dubai, #UAE at #night – An amazing place to visit day or night, with its artificial #canal running through an area of several towers and villas along the #Persian gulf, just south of downtown Dubai. The Dubai Marina is definitely a place you want to visit while in Dubai, to go shopping or simply for dining & nightlife!
#LongIslandCity (LIC) is a neighborhood is #Queens, #NewYorkCity that used to be an industrial hub within #NewYork. It has been redeveloped over the past decade and now features lots of galleries and high-rise buildings with amazing views on #Manhattan, though here & there you can still find old, abandoned industrial complexes that show the roots of this up & coming area.