Coming in as one of the world’s most expensive buildings is Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This integrated resort consists of a hotel, casino, shopping mall, convention centre and museum and is one of the most visited icons in Singapore.
The unique design and massive size of Marina Bay Sands have certainly transformed Singapore’s tourism landscape into what it is today. Perfectly positioned to overlook the city from one side and the sea from the other, the view from either side of the hotel is certainly spectacular.
Marina Bay Sands Skypark Singapore – Entrance Fee & Restaurant
A smaller viewing platform gives a good view of the vanishing edge of the infinity pool, is located on the other side of the main deck. Visitors with the observation deck tickets may go to this side to take amazing snapshots of the pool; unfortunately, only hotel guests are allowed to go into the pool area.
All hotel guests can visit the Skypark for free in the whole duration of their stay – that means unlimited use of the hotel’s infinity pool, private hot tubs, and pool lounges, with the beautiful skyline as a backdrop.
There is no designated dress-code for the Skypark, except that guests must wear footwear – bare feet are not permitted. If you are looking for accommodation at Marina Bay Sands, click the link below to find the best deals.