Marina Bay Sands
Learn More About the Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is Asia’s most popular business, leisure, and entertainment destination. The goal was to create a timeless integrated development and a landmark with a distinct identity that would set Singapore apart from other cities. The spectacular rooftop Sands SkyPark with an Infinity Pool gets located along the Marina Bay beachfront and houses over 2,200 hotel rooms and suites spread across three cascading hotel buildings. It also has Asia’s best shopping mall, Singapore’s largest nightclub, world-class celebrity chef restaurants, a theatre, and a casino in the style of Las Vegas. Meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibits (MICE) amenities include cutting-edge technology, highly customisable display rooms, and a convention centre that can accommodate over 45,000 people. Business visitors can also use the convention centre. The ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, which hosts permanent and headline exhibitions, rounds out the lineup of attractions.
Tips for Visiting Marina Bay Sands:
- Arrive at the Skypark at least an hour before sunset to get the finest views of the beautiful sunset, and stay longer to see the city’s excellent sights.
- If you enjoy sipping drinks, CE LA VI is one of the most cost-effective possibilities among cafés and eateries.
- Guests of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel have access to the infinity pool, Jacuzzi, and sky bar, where they can spend quality time with their loved ones.
- It’s always a good idea to go to the Marina Bay Sands on weekends to see the free light and water show between 9:30 and 11:00 p.m.
- Visit Marina Bay Sands early in the evening or late in the afternoon to soak up the sun’s orange glow before the city lights up, dine in style, and stare out at the fascinating lights of Sentosa Island, Gardens by the Bay, and the entire city.
Marina Bay Sands Singapore’s Points of Interest:
SkyPark Observation Deck:
The Sands SkyPark is an architectural marvel that offers guests some of the best 360-degree views of Singapore’s cityscape. It’s longer than the Eiffel Tower and big enough to park four and a half jumbo jets.
Even if you aren’t interested in architecture, the building’s famous lotus flower design is worth it. This modern art science museum combines art and science in its unique displays and galleries.
Digital Light Canvas:
Watch as coral reefs from beneath your feet and crystals twinkle overhead, or use your feet to create calligraphic art as flowers grow in your wake. The three presentations on the Digital Light Canvas are Nature’s Rhythm, Strokes of Life, and Festive Celebration, each with its soundtrack.
Banyan Tree Spa:
With Oriental-inspired water gardens and warm-toned private treatment rooms, Banyan Tree Spa Singapore is a haven of calm. The spa’s well-curated menu offers a range of holistic treatments, full-body massages, calming baths, and facials.
This Singapore attraction is much more than a place where you can blow your vacation cash or strike it rich in a single evening. Over 500 gaming tables, 1,600 slot machines, and a seven-ton chandelier with over 130,000 Swarovski crystals adorn the centre.
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