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Marina Bay Sands Skypark, Singapore
(4.2/5 based on 9,500+ reviews on the web)
Revel in sweeping views over Singapore from Marina Bay Sands Skypark, a public observation point perched on top a five-star hotel. Complement the 360-degree vistas with a drink from the rooftop bar, or put your photography skills to the test. Hotel guests can also enjoy the surreal experience of swimming in an infinity pool on the edge of the roof. For Marina Bay Sands Skypark and beyond, use our Singapore trip builder to get the most from your Singapore vacation.
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  • A suitable place to enjoy night Singapore from above. In case you a keen photographer you might want to bring a tripot with you in order to make great pics of skyscrapers’ lights and the laser show ov...  more »
  • Although this is a famous Singapore tourist attraction, personally I find there is nothing much to cheer about. 
  • This could get for free on the one floor. You take the elevator to go to the bar and say, I took. Don't place was a building built by Korea company so much longer.
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  • If you have a friend visiting Singapore, high chances that there will be selfie taken at the iconic infinity pool of Marina Bay Sands. So popular is this that the hotel finally restrict access to the top and open up an attraction zone where you will have to pay a fee to go up. The infinity pool is now only accessible to hotel guests. Even if you pay to go up to the Skybridge, you still won't see the pool area to protect the privacy of hotel guests. The observation deck now cost S$23 for adults to go u there, but there are a few restaurants that you can book there that can possibly gain you access to the same amazing view, including Ce La Vi, Sky on 57 and Spago by Wolfgang Puck.
  • Fantastic view of the Singapore skyline. Come only at night, the view looks better. If you have the ntuc plus visa, you get a 20% discount. It must be really pack up there during F1 races. The skypark makes the Singapore Flyer good to look at only from above, not riding it. But if you go to one of the restaurants for F&B at the skypark, you get free viewing and just pay for whatever you order, which is a better deal of all.
  • The observation deck doesn't really matter. Everyone knows the infinity pool is what makes Marina Bay Sands special. Go for a swim or don't bother going up to the observation deck. Pool is only accessible for hotel guests.
  • A great panorama view on Singapore's skyline. Pricey and sometimes crowded. So far, I've never experienced a clear blue sky for stunning photography.
  • What seems like a mandatory photo before going up to the SkyPark is very annoying. People seem to not understand what "No, thanks" means. After saying "no" politely for three times I could only get rid of them by asking to return the ticket and have my money back. The observation deck itself was very crowded and groups of people were sitting just next to observation glass making it impossible to come close to the edge of the deck - could only take pictures of Singapore from two locations at the deck.