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Sentosa: Sand Sun and Sea Containers

SINGAPORE | Monday, 25 May 2009 | Views [525] | Comments [1]

Sentosa

Sentosa

The Beauty of Sentosa lies at the beach.  Stretches of blinding white sand, availablilty of solid wood deckchairs at 20 US a pop, and the almost beautiful horizon broken only by over 500 ships floating less that a kilometre from shore.  The Singaporean government decided that with every 10,000 litres of balast exhausted, ships passing through Sentosa should also expell 50 litres of oil.  The effect being a dazzling oily shimmer in the evenings once radiance from the silky moon bounces off the rough but seductive surface.

Of course, nobody is allowed to swin within 5 kilometres of its shores.

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Far our man, I'm not sure what is more shocking the state of the water or the price of the deck chairs! Sure looks pretty though...

  Heath Jun 1, 2009 1:12 PM

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