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Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort that looks affront the Marina Bay frontier in Singapore. It is a luxurious resort owned by Las Vegas Sands corporation and was announced as the world’s most expensive casino property at SGD 8 billion including the land cost. The whole bay has undergone major changes and is currently the centre of Singapore’s attractions.
The resort, with a total of 2,561 rooms, 120 thousand square metre exhibition centre, 74 000 square metre shopping mall, a museum, two large theatres, celebrity chefs’ restaurants, two floating Crystal Pavilions, art science exhibits and world’s largest atrium casino with 500 tables and 1 600 slot machines, the Marina Bay Sands is definitely a sight to see, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Marina Bay Sands has three 55-storey hotel towers and are all connected at the top by a 1-hectare roof terrace, Sands SkyPark. It provides a panoramic view of the bay. At the front of the towers are located a Theatre Block, Convention and Exhibition Facilities Block as well as the Facilities Block. Also, constructed next to the three towers is the Art Science Museum, taking the shape of a lotus. The SkyPark has the world's longest elevated swimming pool with a vanishing edge, creating the illusion of an infinity pool.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands have a retail space with over 300 stores and F&B outlets, featuring boutiques such as Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Cartier, Prada, Gucci, Hermès, Emporio Armani, Chopard, Valentino, Dior, Dunhill, Vertu, and many more including ten celebrity chefs restaurants owned by Gordon Ramsay (Bread Street Kitchen), Wolfgang Puck (Cut), Tetsuya Wakuda (Waku Ghin), Mario Batali (Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza), David Thompson (Long Chim) and Daniel Boulud (DB Bistro & Oyster Bar).
You can take the train from the Circle Line and get off at Bayfront MRT station, or Downtown Line and get off at Promenade MRT station. On both Circle Line and North-South Line, there is also an MRT station that stops directly at Marina Bay.
There are several public buses available that stops surrounding Marina Bay Sands such as 97 and 97E, 106, 133, 502 and 502A, 518 and 518A, NR1 as well as NR6. You can opt for buses if you are going on a tight budget and do not mind the bustling crowds.
If you are going for that leisure and relaxing trip and would like to enjoy the beautiful waterfront of the Marina Bay, you can take the water taxi that docks from Grand Copthorne Water Front, Raffles Landing Side, Boat Quay, River Side Point and Robertson Quay and goes directly to Marina Bay Sands.
The place is a futuristic park that has giant human-made tree structures that towers to the sky. You will feel like you are in the Avatar movie as this Singaporean attraction has won countless awards for its unique architecture and fantastic light shows. Visitors can further wow up their experience by going through the impressive Skywalk that stretches high up over the gardens. At nightfall, the 50 meters trees are brightly and brilliantly lighted up with a myriad of spectacular colours and light shows starts at 8 pm.
The park perching at the very top of the three towers of the Marina Bay Sands hotel, it is the best place for you to enjoy Singapore’s skyline in all of its glory. The entrance will cost you around SGD 23 for adults and SGD 12 for children. The park is open for all visitors from 10 am to 10 pm.
The symbol of Singapore; the half mermaid, half lion statue is possibly Singapore’s most visited place and a definite site for you to visit when in Singapore. Although the statue is the main attraction, the surrounding area also provides visitors with a nice terraced seating area for relaxation and leisure activities. A jetty for people to walk is purposely built overlooking the Marina Bay, providing great views of the sunset.
Best light show can be viewed here as every evening, jaw-dropping and award-winning light shows will grace the eyes of the viewers. Starting daily at 8 pm, fluorescent laser beams will shoot across the water taking various shapes and images. Great thing about this attraction is that it is completely free for all to enjoy, and you can see it from any viewpoint from around the bay.
Have a stay at the iconic landmark of the Marina Bay. Three blocks of towers situating around a thousand rooms for visitors to stay and take a dip in the infamous infinity pool in which only guests can have access to at the SkyPark. If you do not mind extra cash to spend for your stay, this is once in a lifetime experience where all visitors should have. The hotel is also strategically situated nearby all of the attractions in which you can reach them by foot.
If you want a closer stay overlooking the bay, you can opt for this hotel. Nearby attractions such as the Merlion and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall can be reached by foot. This hotel also provides services such as a fitness gym, a swimming pool, a parking space for guests and 24-hour front desk for the guests’ convenience.