15 Incredible Photos of the Marina Bay Sands

In November of 2013 we had the opportunity to visit Singapore for five days. This small, vibrant city-state is one of the most amazing places in the world in terms of food, safety, transportation and architecture. Since opening its doors on April 27th, 2010 the Marina Bay Sands has become the unofficial icon of Singapore and an architectural marvel in Asia.

It remains one of the most expensive buildings, and when you go there you’ll realize it was all worth it. Many people believe it is just a hotel, but the Marina Bay Sands is a vast complex of dining, entertainment, and shopping venues. In addition to a luxury hotel, it has a convention center, cinema, the world’s largest atrium casino, an art and science museum, dozens of high-end retail shops both in the lobby and in the mall below, and several amazing restaurants including KU DÉ TA on the top deck.

Its most notable design feature is the 57th floor Infinity edge swimming pool overlooking downtown Singapore. Even if you don’t stay here, it would be impossible to miss this striking building – it is visible from almost everywhere in the Central Business District. Everyone is welcomed to stroll its beautiful boutiques, dine at one of the many restaurants, or just walk through the lobby to admire the architecture and browse the decadent jewelry shops. For $23 Singaporean dollars, you can get a bird’s eye view of Singapore from the SkyPark observation deck. The pool, however, is only accessible to guests of the hotel, no exceptions.

With all this said here are 15 photos of the Marina Bay Sands that will take your breath away!

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View from the Singapore’s Merlion Statue

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Views from the Singapore Flyer

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SkyPark observation deck

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Amazing!

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Great sunset viewing point

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Views from the SkyPark observation deck

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Facts about the Marina Bay Sands

  • Cost of land and construction: $8 billion
  • The Marina Bay Sands is the most expensive stand alone integrated resort property every built
  • Number of rooms: 2,561
  • Convention center has a capacity to accommodate 45,000 people
  • Contains world’s longest elevated swimming pool
  • The ArtScience Museum is shaped like a lotus flower and has a sustainability feature of harvesting rainwater for the building’s restrooms
  • Room rates start at $335 per night

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Marina Bay Sands Map

Did you enjoy these photos of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel? Leave us a comment below!

Special thanks to Your Singapore.

7 thoughts on “15 Incredible Photos of the Marina Bay Sands”

  1. Damsel in Distress says:

    Absolutely love it ! Stayed there last December beautiful property & helpful staff .

    1. davidsbeenhere says:

      thanks for commenting! Its an incredible place that everyone should experience. Did you get a chance to eat at Ku De Ta? Best restaurant in Singapore!

  2. OSCAR says:

    Wow, it is so amazing. I really wish I was there. :{

  3. Giorgio says:

    Stayed there at april 2015. I think that marina bay sands and generally singapore is a destination that is unique worlwide.Combines everything for every taste! For me it was the best trip i have ever had. The highlight of the trip, the amazing pool of marina bay sands! I’m still speechless!

    1. David says:

      Thanks for stopping by! It is quite impressive and the pool is spectacular! Glad you loved Singapore and much as I did. Safe travels!

  4. Tania says:

    Fantastic photos …going going going….booked a trip for Chinese New Year 2017, staying a night at Marina Sand Bays….cannot wait

    1. David says:

      Wow thats amazing! Let me know if you need any tips about Singapore. You should visit a hawker center or two 🙂 http://davidsbeenhere.com/2016/02/09/video-hawker-centres-to-visit-in-singapore/

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