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Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck

More pictures of the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck as well as what was observed. Smile

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Notice my mother is a distance away from the edge of the observation deck. And notice that I am even further from the edge. Actually the part I am standing on is already protruding out of the 3rd tower, but this is how the mind plays tricks. It is super windy up here, which adds to the amazing feeling. Try not to wear loose caps or you probably won’t see it again.

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Pathway leading to the pool. Isn’t it crazy that this picture was taken 57 floors above ground, when it looks just like a normal park, trees and all?

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

The mandatory souvenir shop, so you don’t leave empty handed. Ku De Ta’s just above the shop.

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Those shades hide the swimmers from view, but really, you just have to poke your head between those shades to enjoy the visual feast.

View from Marina Bay Sands SkyPark (7)

Now you’ve seen many photos of the iconic 3 towered Marina Bay Sands. Have you seen the SHADOW of Marina Bay Sands? That construction going on down below is the new Gardens by the Bay. Really looking forward to its opening. And those clam shell structures will be the climate controlled greenhouses. It seems they will be planting and showcasing plants from temperate countries in there.

If you’ve been to temperate countries like NZ and UK, they have climate controlled greenhouses to replicate a tropical rainforest climate, horrid humidity and all. I suppose people living in cold countries may be curious to know how it feels like to be in the tropics, but really, I much rather visit a cold greenhouse rather than a hot one!

View from Marina Bay Sands SkyPark (3)

You can literally “see” how windy it is. Singapore looks so flat from up here. There is a little lump of a mountain right at the very eastern end of Singapore. It looks like it is in Singapore, but I don’t think so.

View from Marina Bay Sands SkyPark (4)

Can you see the huge bit of land that is forested on both sides and totally cleared in the middle? I wonder if that is the Paya Lebar Airbase. I had no idea it was that huge and taking up so much space.

View from Marina Bay Sands SkyPark (6)

Did you know the Floating Platform has been transformed into a football pitch? It kind of looks very cartoony from up here.

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

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Rise Restaurant

Ku De Ta

Photos of the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark Observation Deck

Photos of the Sands Pool during the day

Photos of the Sands Pool at night

Photos of Marina Bay Sands during the day

Photos of Shenton way in the day and Shenton Way at night. Photos are taken outside Marina Bay Sands Shoppes.

Photos of Atrium Deluxe Hotel Room at Marina Bay Sands

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Marina Bay Sands Infinity Swimming Pool

I think anyone who has seen the Marina Bay Sands Swimming Pool will surely agree that it must be one of the most beautiful looking hotel pools in the world! It’s quite long, which is really good for serious swimmers, although I think most people will be here just to gawk at the scenery. Many other older hotels have really tiny and unshapely pools, which is a pity. I think there is a trend nowadays for hotels to make a statement for themselves via the design of their pools.

Then there’s the red deckchairs, which make for good contrast in photos. This must be like one of the best places to sun tan, cuz there’s no other tall building to block the sun’s rays. Just don’t book a stay here on one of Singapore’s public holidays, or you’ll be wading in a sea of people.

The use of the swimming pool facility is only available for hotel guests from 6am – 10pm, although visitors are obviously able to view a portion of it. Visitors can only access the SkyPark from 10am onwards, so shy swimmers should try to make use of the magic hours between 6am – 10am to have their swim if they don’t want their every move scrutinised. And I can tell you, there will be photographs galore. There is no way anyone with a camera or iPhone would leave without snapping some pictures of the pool.

These photos were taken at 3pm on a Friday afternoon.

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Did you know the infinity swimming pool is 150-meters long and is the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height?

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool (2)

I like how they’ve thought of everything by putting out the flat beds for people to sun tan in.

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool (4)

I personally find that it’s usually to bright to read out in the open like this even though it’s such a relaxing idea to do so.

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool (3)

This photo makes me feel like the city is just a step away.

Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool (6)

Damn romantic at night!

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

Daniel Boulud DB Bistro Moderne

Rise Restaurant

Ku De Ta

Photos of the Sands Pool during the day

Photos of the Sands Pool at night

Photos of Marina Bay Sands during the day

Photos of Shenton way in the day and Shenton Way at night. Photos are taken outside Marina Bay Sands Shoppes.

Photos of Atrium Deluxe Hotel Room at Marina Bay Sands

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