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! Itâ€™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 thereâ€™s the red deckchairs, which make for good contrast in photos. This must be like one of the best places to sun tan, cuz thereâ€™s no other tall building to block the sunâ€™s rays. Just donâ€™t book a stay here on one of Singaporeâ€™s public holidays, or youâ€™ll be wading in a sea of people.
The use of the swimming pool facility is only available for hotel guests from 6am â€“ 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 â€“ 10am to have their swim if they donâ€™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.
Did you know the infinity swimming pool is 150-meters long and is the worldâ€™s largest outdoor pool at that height?
I like how theyâ€™ve thought of everything by putting out the flat beds for people to sun tan in.
I personally find that itâ€™s usually to bright to read out in the open like this even though itâ€™s such a relaxing idea to do so.
This photo makes me feel like the city is just a step away.
Damn romantic at night!
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