Marina Bay Sands – Singapore
Intimate conversations over cocktails. Dazzling encounters in the beauty of art and science. Exhilarating parties on top of the world at Marina Bay Sands.
Discover a hotel of architectural wonder in the heart of thriving Singapore, crowned by the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool. At your fingertips, the best of spectacular nightlife and entertainment, celebrity chef dining and luxury shopping.
Be amazed by acclaimed museum exhibitions and breathtaking theatre shows, and explore over 60 restaurants and bars and 170 premium brand stores.
From low-key moments to high-spirited extravaganzas, the momentum of the night is in your hands when you revel in the best of entertainment, all in one destination.
Designed by Israeli-born architect Moshe Safdie, Marina Bay Sands is a sprawling hotel, casino, mall, theatre, exhibition and museum complex. Star of the show is the Marina Bay Sands hotel, its three 55-storey towers connected by a cantilevered SkyPark. Head up for a drink and stellar views at CÉ LA VI, before catching a show at the MasterCard Theatres or doing serious damage to your credit card at the Shoppes.
Imagine yourself at the floor-to-ceiling windows of your 5-star hotel room, drinking in magnificent views of Singapore’s glittering city district or picture-perfect Gardens by the Bay.
Or swimming in the world’s highest and longest infinity pool with its unrivalled panoramic views – a once-in-a-lifetime experience available exclusively to guests of Marina Bay Sands hotel:
The Infinity Pool
Imagine yourself floating in the world’s largest rooftop Infinity Pool, gazing down on the glittering city-skyline from 57 levels above as the lines between fantasy and reality blur.
Go ahead. Indulge. Sip on champagne and drink in the mesmerising beauty of a sunset amidst the clouds, or stretch out to sunbathe on a luxurious poolside lounger. You won’t find a more spectacular photo-taking spot anywhere in Singapore.
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Capitalising on its melting pot of cultures, Singapore is finally getting some spark, and is fast becoming one of Asia’s hit-list destinations.
The Island of Feasting
Food in Singapore is taken very seriously. From cheap hawker fare to Michelin-starred fine dining, food-enamoured Singaporeans will line up for it, Instagram the hell out of it and passionately debate whether it is ‘die, die, must try’ – Singlish slang for ‘to die for’. Don’t fret about finding a place to chow down, as each neighbourhood is home to local hawker centres and coffeeshops dishing up some of the island’s best meals for just a couple of bucks. Simply follow your nose or join the longest queue – whatever morsels lie at the end, they are almost guaranteed to be scrumptious.
Here, There, Everywhere
With one of the world’s most efficient and widespread public transport systems, whizzing around Singapore can take a matter of minutes. Hankering for a roti prata breakfast in Little India, but want to visit the temples in Chinatown before lunch? No problem, you’ll be there in a jiffy using the sparkling MRT system – and why not stop at Marina Bay for a spot of shopping on your way? Plus, with new metro lines opening practically every two years, this tiny island just keeps on becoming easier to explore.
A Green City
The concrete jungles that once dominated Singapore’s skyline are slowly giving way to green skyscrapers, which look more like living ecosystems than business hubs. Fervently working towards its ‘City in a Garden’ dream, the nation is ploughing money into becoming more sustainable and well, green. Head out of town a little and you’ll find plenty of walking trails, treetop jungle bridges, wildlife galore and the city’s green jewel, the Unesco World Heritage–listed Singapore Botanic Gardens: these are the lungs of Singapore.
When the sweltering outdoor heat gets too much, Singaporeans love ducking inside for a spot of retail therapy and a good dose of air-conditioning. Orchard Rd is the queen of shopping malls: with all the high-street brands, plenty of high-fashion houses, and a few discount outlets thrown into the mix, everyone’s needs (and more often wants) are catered for here. If you prefer your shopping a little less mass-market, head out to local neighbourhoods for independent designers, quirky art galleries, bustling markets, Chinese medicines, Persian carpets and a sari or two.