Third day, new year’s eve. We went to Marina Bay Sands in the morning. Took a taxi there, that’s the easiest way to get there. I forgot how much was the fare but it wasn’t that bad provided you’re not going during rush hour.
See the structure on the top most of the building? That’s where the infinity pool is located. That part is called the SkyPark.
Stretching longer than the Eiffel tower laid down or four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets, with an impressive 12,400 square meters of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people. The gravity-defying cantilever is one of the largest of its kind in the world.
Didn’t go up because need to pay unless you stay there. For those who are thinking of taking photos up there with your DSLR, you will not be allowed to do so.
The following items are PROHIBITED and therefore not permitted on The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark:
-Luggage, prams, professional photographic equipment, professional video-recording equipment, …
It’s like Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, housing all the shops selling premium brands. Did not go in any shop except Sephora.
First, we went into the casino. It’s so different from the one in Sentosa. Camera not allowed, so cannot show you. The interior design was very simple and felt that the atmosphere felt very serious and business like unlike Sentosa’s with lots of colours, fun and relaxing.
Again, I didn’t donate my money there nor earning money there. Went in to see see look look and came out. There’s two floors, one for smokers and the other for non-smokers but it makes no difference. The smoke still manage to fill the whole casino duh~
The view across the river. There were barricades and river was filled with white spheres, I think it was for the new year’s countdown celebration that would happen that night.
Outside the building. It was a very hot day that day.
We were looking for a bridge to walk to the opposite but couldn’t find it so decided to go back in again for the air-con.
We walked to other levels where the ice skating rink located. The food court, Rasapura Masters surrounded it.
Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee spotted! LOL…
We were deciding whether we should eat our lunch here before heading back to Bugis. After finished surveying the food court, looked at the time, still early and decided to not eat here.
Left: The skating rink from the level above it.
Right: We continued to search for the bridge outside ;p Managed to find it after asking some constructions workers there but it’s too far to walk and it was soooooooo hotttt in this concrete jungle. We walked a short distant only and went back to the building.
This is the staircase leading to the bridge. Can you spot Singapore Flyer?
The very first photo in this post was taken from the bridge. The spiraling structure at the bottom left corner is the bridge. You can also see the portion of the bridge in this photo. Doesn’t look like one but it’s a bridge.
That’s all about Marina Bay Sands. We took a taxi back to Bugis and had our lunch there. Gonna blog about it soon.