Street View Lets You Experience 1,001 New Destinations, Including Landmarks in Singapore
Google has added images from more than 1,000 locations around the world to Google Maps, from historical landmarks to sports stadiums, including several new locations in Singapore. These panoramic photos available via Street View can help you easily preview a vacation spot, plot your next hiking route or just to become an armchair explorer from wherever you are.
Simply search for Fullerton Heritage Promenade and Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, and use Street View to explore the city’s popular bay front and bay skyline.
Or, if you’re planning a family outing or are simply an animal lover at heart, you can also now go on a virtual adventure to the Singapore Zoo.
You can also use Street View to virtually explore other destinations around the world. Take a virtual sightseeing trip down the serene canals of Copenhagen, Denmark this summer. From the boat you can see cultural landmarks like the Royal Opera and Theater Houses and even the sculpture of The Little Mermaid from Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairytale.
You can also virtually jump into winter and hit the slopes with a preview of Valle Nevado ski station, one Chile’s hottest ski resorts just a few miles outside of Santiago. Or, head to the U.S. to visit some historic landmarks with an online road trip down the East Coast of the United States, such as the Cape Henry Lighthouse in Virginia, which has guarded the Chesapeake Bay since 1792. Venturing just north of the U.S., you can also adventure to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in Canada, home of the Canadian Opera Company.
To see this imagery and experience it through Street View, start your adventure at maps.google.com.sg or download the Google Maps app for Android or iPhone.