The shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

Here are some pictures of Marina Bay Sands mall I took during the Christmas New Year period. Half of the shopping wing, the half near the convention centre, is still not ready. The whole mall is pretty massive. Walking from one end to the other takes some effort! Luckily, the mall is straight so navigating isn’t a problem.

Marina Bay Sands Front Entrance

Love the Season’s Greetings silver decoration at their front entrance. The letterings are so large, I could even see it across the Singapore river from Fullerton Bay Hotel.

Marina Bay Sands Mall (5)

It’s cool that you can see the original Singapore skyline from within the Marina Bay Sands mall

Marina Bay Sands Mall (2)

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Marina Bay Sands Mall Sampan Ride

In Singapore, they have been named the Sampan Rides. In Macau and in Las Vegas, they are known as the Gondola Rides. The sampan looks modified. The real Singapore sampans that used to throng the Singapore river don’t look like that. I don’t know how the paddle even works, being angled in this manner. I suspect the currents push the boat along.

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People waiting expectantly for the next sampan to appear.

Marina Bay Sands Mall MozzaMarina Bay Sands Mall Daniel Boulud Restaurant

The Daniel Boulud DB Bistro Moderne – Read my review here

Marina Bay Sands Mall Hermes

Can’t quite see it from the photos but the things on the side were spraying tiny foam balls to resemble raindrops.

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The Society of Black Sheep. What a quirky name for a clothing store.

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Java detour, coffee & tea bar

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The foodcourt Rasapura Masters and the skating rink. Dining here must surely be out of the ordinary. Look how close the skaters are! Wonder if people get shocked and choke if someone accidentally bumps into the glass…Smile

The rink isn’t made of ice btw, it’s some synthetic slippery material. Guess that means it’s eco-friendly.

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Tall robots. Many people were snapping away at them, especially at the lady.

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Some alfresco bar cafe on the outside of Marina Bay Sands

Art and Science Museum

The upcoming ArtScience Museum.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel

The Marina Bay Sands hotel. Will post a review on my stay there soon!

Marina Bay Sands

Email:inquiries@marinabaysands.com
Tel: +65 6688 8868

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Check out 365days2play’s other posts on Marina Bay Sands

Daniel Boulud DB Bistro Moderne

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8 Responses to “The shoppes at Marina Bay Sands”

  1. bookjunkie says:

    I think this would be my number one hangout in Singapore if it was not so hard/expensive to get here. Ironically this is also the reason why this place feels so spacious…being not overcrowded with people.

    Wow it’s nice that you stayed here…to count down for the New Year? that would be exciting.

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