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ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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Reminiscent of a blooming, lotus flower ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, represents an extraordinary feat of architecture, a landmark along the waterfront. The museum is anchored at the center with ten extensions or "fingers"--each with its own skylight reaching toward the sky like a welcoming hand. The art gallery features 21 gallery spaces, including permanent exhibits on curiosity, inspiration, and expression. The revolving exhibits center around the themes of art and science, media and technology, and design and architecture. In the past the museum has hosted displays including a deep sea creature exhibit, a DreamWorks exhibit, and a shipwreck exhibit. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Singapore holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I have visited the museum last june and found some interesting exhibitions. The place is very weel organized and designed. I was on my own but one of the current exhibition that they have is really pe...  more »
  • I thought I'd duck into Futureworld to kill time. There are some light shows that at least have some good production values, then a lot of interactive games that the kids were loving but I got bored w...  more »
  • Went here specifically for future world because I saw a review and it sounded awesome. We were 2 mid twenty year olds and spent a lovely almost 2 hours just in future world. Love the light show the mo...  more »
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  • A big big upscale mall. There size of this place is a thing in itself. Invite it has everything from a casino to a beautiful view of the sundae shouldn't to roof to bars to almost all luxury brands. It also has an artificial canal with boats and outside seating for the restaurants to give it a European feel. Naturally lit, the place is well designed, however I am not sure of the costs (both environmental and monetary) of coming down a place made of glass in the tropics so I don't understand the material usage..
  • Expensive, yes but a must do for at least once when you are in Singapore. Rather than an accommodation, this hotel should be treated as a must place to go as there is enough fantastic and famous facility for you to visit and enjoy. Beautiful view, gym, club room and infinite pool waiting for you to visit. Best to book the club room which will provide most faculties for free
  • Premier shopping centre, hosts of fabulous restaurants, all the high end designer labels are there, you name it they have it. Huge Casino located inside. Foreigners can enter free, but you must show proof. Singaporeans are subjected to a $100 entrance fee. Toilets are clean. Venice theme in the basement. If you got the cash, this is the place to go. Beautiful structure. Infinity pool at the roof top.
  • One of the Must-See establishment in Singapore. For General Tourists, things might not get pretty economical, as it is almost nowhere in Singapore, but you must be aware of the areas. There is an excellent food court under the Marina Bay Sands Market Underground. Food is great and within reach of good price. One one side of the Hotel, there is a superb laser show happening every evening. With the view of the infinity pool, this is worthy to climb up the top of the hotel. You can also enter "Garden by the Bay" from here. The MRT station is "Bayfront" and not "Marina Bay" to reach where many people want to reach.
  • Went to the Marina Bay for drinks at the roof top bar. The $20 admission is converted into a voucher for drinks and food. Drinks are $25 as you're also paying for the view. It was quite crowded up there and difficult to get a table. There are standing and sitting tables. We managed to grab a seated one and the atmosphere was great. Drinks were excellent. Note that the observatory that you pay $23 to get to is surrounding the bar and inaccessible without separate admission so it's difficult to get pictures of the view. Also if you wanted to check out the infinity pool, it's very difficult to see and only visible from the front so there's no "infinity" illusion.