Marina Bay Sands SkyPark


1° 16' 59.5308" N, 103° 51' 32.58" E
General info: 

On the very top of 55 floors of Marina Bay Sands towers is set the Sands SkyPark. It is an amazing recreation area from where you can have a breathtaking 360 degree view of the sea and the city at the same time.

The Skypark is however best known for its completely over the top infinity pool. This is something you wont find anywhere else in the world. Swimming and sunbathing over the marina bay in 200m height is kind of surreal...
To make the experience even more remarkable, you can dine in the SkyPark restaurant. This is another upscale venue where you can try dishes made by world-class chefs.

Getting there: 

SkyPark is on top of the 3 towers of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. The bus station of the same name is in front of the hotel.


The entrance to the SkyPark is 12 Euros for adults.

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