Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Pinnacle @ Duxton

I wanted a leisurely walk with a nice view somewhere new to me. 

I browsed the internet and saw that the building that I always see from afar has a facility to offer to the public / non residents - Skybridge. 

Here are some of the moments up there: 

The Pinnacle@Duxton boasts the longest sky garden connecting all 7 tower blocks from Block A to G. 

The view was breathtaking. You can enter from BLOCK G in the street level by paying entrance fee using your EZ-link card in the automated self service kiosk next to the elevator. 

As soon as you get to the top you would be pointing and guessing which is the most visible landmark you can name of - enjoy!

There are activities up in the sky garden that you can enjoy.

This area is called ROCKY. Try to grab and hike on!

The viewing deck are like sofa tailored to chill and relax and enjoy the view.

The view from the other side of the BLOCK.

Feel free to have a homey feel in this wood made enclave. 

The beach area is spacious and has a curvy chairs to sit and relax on. 

The lounge area is also good to just sit and talk.

The Hillock is a nice area too.

The visit in the 50th sky garden was awesome!

The entire walk was fun and you would not feel like you have covered everything. Each entry per day allows you to have a wonderful one hour on top - viewing the city below and ocean across.

The entire visit is baby friendly, toddlers can walk, run, and sit around.

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