Located in the central area of Singapore, Marina Bay is a perfect miracle of land reclamation, and treasure trove activities.
From legendary lion Merlion statues to the supertrees in Garden by the Bay, or iconic buildings such as Sky Park, ArtScience Museum and Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel, the bay is an entertainment center with a plethora of exciting destinations followed by the world’s largest infinity pool atop the Marina Bay Sands hotel.
Marina Bay Sands
Right from grand architecture to lavish experiences, Marina Bay Sands is an exceptional hotel designed by Moshe Safdie architects.
With an iconic section of glittering skyline, the resort boasts 2561-room hotel, 300,000 sq. ft. convention exhibition centre, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands mall, a museum, two large theatres, celebrity chef restaurants, two floating crystal pavilions, art-science exhibits, the world’s largest atrium casino and a 490ft infinity pool.
A world reminiscent of Las Vegas!
Soak in the world's largest infinity pool that sits on the 57th floor atop of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
From here you can enjoy the panoramic view of the city.
And especially when it comes to the perfect spot for selfie,
The SkyPark is designed as a giant yacht at the top of 3 skyscrapers.
The SkyPark infinity pool holds an impressive 1423314.83 litres of water.
Interesting facts about Marina Bay in Singapore
In 2005, the Urban Redevelopment Authority spent $400,000 on a branding exercise to rename the Marina Bay area, only to stick with its original name.
The Marina Bay Sands is home to Waku Ghin, the most expensive and best restaurant in Singapore – a $2,000 bill for a meal of two, is not uncommon here.
Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa together has been claimed to contribute 1.5-2% to Singapore’s GDP.