The coolest pool in the world!
The first time I paid for 9 foreign guests to visit the Sands Skypark, I thought the ticket price of S$20 per adult was expensive. On top of that I felt heart-ache when they took only 15 mins to look-see and then rushed to the Casino. :(
The Sands SkyPark is an architectural marvel which floats atop 3 soaring Marina Bay Sands hotel towers 200m in the sky. It was featured on Discovery Channel and I was very impressed as it is one of the most challenging construction projects in the world!.
The 150m infinity pool in the morning
Besides a public observation deck, the other attraction of Sands Skypark's is a 150-metre-long infinity pool overlooking Singapore's city skyline and Marina Bay. The vanishing edge of the pool gives me the goose bumps.
I was worried my boys would fall off when they got close to the edge with nothing to hold them back. They had awesome fun though, calling it the "coolest pool in the world!" But I still think it is the "scariest pool in the world". :D
The infinity pool at night
For hotel guests who just want to relax by this chic pool with a book, they will have to look elsewhere. It was impossible to relax in this tropical garden in the sky because the place was packed with lots of families, rowdy kids and rude youngsters and that spoiled the ‘chicness’ of it.
Although the infinity pool is out of bounds to the public, they are not barred from gawking or taking pictures of the pool users.
Spectacular views as you swim
We enjoyed the beautiful sunset and breathtaking night views of Singapore in the world's largest floating pool in the sky!
a heated jacuzzi facing the city
There are also heated jacuzzis which were packed and the boys had to wait a long time just for a chance to dip in one. Since this is a 2500-room hotel, I guess it’s impossible to enjoy the amenities without the crowds.
With an impressive 12,400 square meters of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people. Enjoy some of the magnificent views I took - from the world's largest floating garden!
Singapore's business district is beautifully light up at night
The Singapore Flyer
You can purchase your tickets for the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck at the Box Office on the day of use. Public entrance to this area is outside Hotel Tower 3.
Pricing for entry to the SkyPark is:
Adults – S$20
Children (2 – 12 years old) – S$14
Senior Citizens (55 years and older) – S$17
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