The Pinnacle @ Duxton, Singapore

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The Pinnacle@Duxton is a 50-storey residential development in Singapore's city center, next to the business district. The project features the world's two longest sky gardens of 500 metres (1,600 ft) each, on both the 26th and 50th floors. All seven

connected towers are collectively the world's tallest public residential buildings.
Unique amongst Housing and Development Board (HDB) projects, it is the design winner of a worldwide competition which attracted more than 200 entries. Residences are designated as special types, S1 and S2, having altogether 35 different unit variations – with dissimilar combinations of features such as extended bays, balconies, bay windows and planter areas.


In addition, a viewing gallery on the 52nd storey provides for special events and VIP state visitors. On 8 August 2010, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered his annual National Day message from the gallery.

Owing to the sky gardens' popularity as an elevated viewing location for National Day firework displays on 9 August, entry for the day may be publicly balloted.
Pinnacle@Duxton was conferred the 2010 Best Tall Building (Asia and Australasia) award by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, as well as the 2011 Urban Land Institute's Global Awards for Excellence. The development has been featured in numerous local and foreign documentaries, including Discovery Channel's "How we invented the World: Skyscrapers"
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  • People pay to go up and see the views. But I personally think the playground compound is the free area that's worth a visit. If you want free views - go up the Dawson HDB complex or climb up Mount.....  more »
  • The area around The Pinnacle @ Duxton is very clean and well looked after and I was looking forward to checking out the gardens on the 50th floor.....but be aware that the gardens are closed until...  more »
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  • A hidden gem in Singapore. Awesome views from the sky deck (almost at 1/3rd the price of some well known sky deck attractions) It's super underrated. Awesome for photographers and genuine place to have perhaps one of the best views you can get at Singapore. It's a non-commercial place (and I hope it stays that way), so carry your own water / drink / snacks. Although, I think eating is prohibited (not sure). Will definitely visit again!
  • Nothing fanciful. Lift area stuffy. Car park area very messy. Always difficilt to locate car park where. Even ask residents themselves and they also don't know and give wrong directions. The stores below are convenient though. And near bus stop and mrt station is good. Also the police station very near is good. Walking distance to many things.

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