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Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

(3.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
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. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Singapore holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Marina Bay Sands and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • We brought our little girl of 7 years the permanent collection and would not go out. The kids were bewitched by the manic activities and games and for adults is a pleasure to see them so caught up. Also we enjoyed ourselves pure us adults for which I would recommend everyone. Very nice and well cared for the other two exhibitions.
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  • The Museum, like most of the attractions in Singapore, is a vision of the future. Extremely interactive, doesn't make you bored for even a second, even if you're not into both museums. For those who will with children, is a must. Is very worthwhile. Tickets in February 2017 cost around 20 bucks cingapurianas
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  • Visited two of the exposition. One of them with interactive elements. Very many children, very interesting
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