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Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Recently, my friends were staying at Marina Bay Sands and we were invited to visit Sands Skypark (340m-long and a 150m swimming pool, set on top of the world’s largest public cantilevered platform on 57th floor) since it will be free if we tag along with hotel guests. For members of public who wants to feast their eyes on the panorama view of Singapore, you can purchase tickets at Sands SkyPark ticketing counter located at Basement 1. Tickers holder will be only allowed to visit SkyPark Observation Deck as well as a portion swimming pool deck adjacent to the observation deck. The above photo was taken from the SkyPark Observation Deck.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

SkyBar by Ku De Ta – Marina Bay Sands Skypark.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Poolside Terrace by Ku De Ta. The use of the swimming pool is only for hotel guests.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Such spectacular views of Singapore from Marina Bay Sands swimming pool.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

You can swim and have fun while having a breathtaking experience at such high level. I should have brought along my swimming attire to swim… 🙁

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

The swimming pool is quite a long stretch – naturally, since it’s one of the largest cantilevers in the worlds. Wondering how’s the view is in the day?

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Next, we took the lift down to level 55 to visit Banyan Tree Fitness Club Marina Bay Sands.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

An area where you can rest after the workout and it is overlooking Gardens by The Bay, which is estimated to be completed by end of 2011.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Time to hit the gymnasium for some weights exercise.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Or you prefer cardio exercise while having great views of Singapore skyline?

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

To get back down to 1st level, we have to go back to level 57 first to take the lift down. This time we walk along the opposite stretch from the swimming pool.

Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands

Passing by one of the several jacuzzi pools, where you can order some drinks while relaxing in the pool and checking out the view. Although it’s a short time, it was an interesting experience and most importantly, it gives me a feeling wanting to come back again in the future to experience it further. Maybe I can come and stay at Marina Bay Sands during a special occasion? That’s a nice plan! 🙂

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  • S00k

    Hi, does it mean an in-house hotel guest can bring in visitors to the observatory deck and pool for free?  Any limit to the number of visitor per in-house guest?

    • Hi S00k, at the point of writing this post, my friends was able to bring any number of visitors in for free. In fact, they brought a few groups of friends over 2 nights of stay. We just followed close to them and he will flash his hotel key card to have access.

      Hope it stays this way. 🙂

      • S00k

        Hi Ronald, thanks you your reply.  Hope so, cos i booked a room there this week.  🙂

        Btw, your all your photos are very well taken. *thumbs up* 

        • Hi S00k, thanks for the kind compliments! Hope you have a great time there. 🙂

  • Michaelvignola

    hello ronald, so if I’m invited to the skypark we just have to follow someone who get the card access and we will enter?

    • Yup, as hotel guests have access to the swimming pool and Skypark so they will be able to bring you up together. But if you thinking to go and look for hotel guests (not your friends), it’s doable but still dependent on whether they want to do so. 🙂