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Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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Reminiscent of a blooming, lotus flower 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. Our Singapore online day trip planner makes visiting Marina Bay Sands and other Singapore attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I came to this place when there was NASA-A Human Adventure held. Its a nice place with various events and the bulding is very unique, close to marina bay sands mall exit.  more »
  • Architecturally amazing building. Exhibits catered more so for kids which loved it. Great light displays and interactive displays.  more »
  • The ArtScience Museum is a great place for kids to witness some exciting stuff and get educated along. Some of the installations ( specially the light ones) were really mesmerizing even for adults. It...  more »
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  • If you have some cash to spare, this is the place to book your hotel. Great location, friendly staff, huge rooms and stunning views - absolutely luxury at its best! I came with my partner and they even made a love heart out of petals for our room. Absolutely the best hotel experience ever. Must visit the infinity pool - it’s more a place for photos than actual swimming though. The buffet breakfast has a great selection of food.
  • An extremely luxurious, beautiful hotel. It is clearly the most famous building currently in Singapore as it is a ship sailing away amidst three tall towers. It is elegant, clean, so well designed, and an absolute must see for anyone coming to Singapore. The roof top is a must visit although one can only use the infinite pool or get the best views if they are guests of the hotel. I loved it and can’t wait to stay here st some point hopefully in the not too distant future.
  • A must do attraction in Singapore - the amazing Infinity pool !!! This magnificent hotel with several rooftop bars oh not to mention the worlds highest infinity pool is an absolute must visit. We have been upgraded to a Club Room and we have stayed at 47th floor and also we were given the room with the view requested - Over the Gardens by the bay, as the other view can be seen from the incredible infinity pool. We would like to thanks to the woman at the reception which give us this opportunity to have the room upgraded. We really enjoyed the stay at Marina Bay Sands. Checking in was done easily even there was a long queue to check in due to the sheer size of the hotel. The process was efficient enough though and we were given a room upgrade as I already mentioned. The rooms are huge, bathrooms very well equipped with a separate shower and toilet, and two sinks. With the city view rooms, the view was stunning, especially at night. Regarding the facilities the hotel is renowned for its infinity pool and we have spent hours in and by the pool. The view at night is something to behold and overall, the pool experience was unforgettable. Usually the pool area is somehow busy, but you can manage easily to enjoy the stunning views over the Singapore. Definitely I recommend to go before sunset, catch the sunset and stay another 1h-2h to see the real deal - Singapore by night. This spectacular hotel is almost like a small city, underground shopping malls with luxury stores and fine dining restaurants of course at a pricey stay, but must do.
  • Situated in the unique location. Can see almost all places from the roof top view deck. Swimming experience in awesome. The restaurant is fabulous that given a really international experience. Nicely arranged restaurant seats are very convenience and give some more relaxations. Very spacious rooms with ultra-modern bathroom fittings.
  • Infinity pool!!! That's the best memory I have for this hotel! The view is amazing when you are inside the infinity pool. You can have a clear 180 degree view of Singapore Financial district, with stunning buildings designed by renowned architects! The hotel rooms are amazing too! We stayed in a room where the washroom has a bathtub, a separate shower area, a separate toilet and 2 sinks!! Can't beat their 5-star hotel rating!

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