When in Singapore, it would be a sin to not visit the grand enclosure of Marina Bay Sands; a hotel resplendent in its decor and all that it has to offer. Make sure you stay at least one night at Marina Bay Sands in order to swim the world’s best rooftop pool.
The Infinity pool at Marina Bay is definitely one to cross off your bucket list and is enough reason to visit Singapore; you will be 57 storeys above ground with a panoramic view of Singapore’s spectacular skyline. To stay at the hotel, prices range from $300 to over $1000 per night depending on the time of year. If you can’t manage to stay at the hotel then don’t worry too much as you can still access the Observation Deck which provides you with just as good a view of the city.
Marina Bay in Singapore is most popular for its raceway that passes many of Singapore’s finest landmarks, creating a beguiling sight when conducted at night under the city lights. Marina Bay’s raceway is famous for hosting the first night-time event in Formula One history, where the city’s dazzling skyline provided the perfect backdrop to fast cars and their skilled drivers. The Marina Bay races build a euphoric atmosphere as the grandstand areas accommodate more than 80,000 eager spectators. Go along to watch local competitions and experience all that Marina Bay has to offer.
The lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum is the perfect place to visit if you’re an art enthusiast. It holds major international touring exhibitions from the most renowned collections in the world. if you’re more of a nature lover then you’re guaranteed to enjoy Gardens by the Bay. This beautiful land promoting nature spans 101 hectares and comprises three waterfront gardens: Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares, showcases horticulture and garden artistry. The iconic cooled conservatories have a diversity of flora and fauna for you to marvel at.
Make sure you walk The Helix pedestrian bridge, the world’s first curved double-helix pedestrian bridge. It was designed by The Cox Group, Architects 61 and engineering firm Arup, comprising two opposite spiralling steel members that are held together by connecting struts, forming a design that resembles the structure of DNA. This bridge symbolises life and continuity, renewal, everlasting abundance and a lifetime’s growth for Marina Bay, making is the perfect city to visit on your travels to Singapore.