Weather :

Timings : Observation Deck:
Monday - Thursday: 9:30 AM - 10:00 PM,
Friday - Sunday: 9:30 AM - 11:00 PM

Entry Fee : Adults: SGD 23,
Child (2 - 12 years): SGD 17,
Seniors: SGD 20

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Overview

Marina Bay Sands is a resort complex that offers a complete package to its visitors with a plethora of entertainment options. Started in the year 2010, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel was ranked as the world's most expensive standalone casino property. It has The Shoppes mall for the shopaholics, an Art-Science Museum for the art-fanatics, featuring classic artworks and holding educational exhibitions and two huge theatres for screenings. Marina Bay Sands also has Celebrity-Chef-Restaurants and two floating crystal pavilions. It has the world's largest atrium casino with 500 tables and 1,600 slot machines. Not to mention the world's largest rooftop infinity pool. All of these make this the place the most sought-after attraction amongst tourists and travellers.

Marina Bay Sands was one of the most expensive buildings of the world when it was opened in 2010, costing SGD 5.7 billion. Currently, this famed resort complex serves as a major spot on the bay offering a Pandora box full of amusements. It is comprised of several amazing elements including a premium hotel, luxury brands, a theatre, and a mall with a canal running through it, an art science museum, restaurants and a convention centre that is one of the largest in Asia and many more. An indoor skating rink with synthetic ice is another attraction inside the complex. However, the cherry on the top is the SpyparkÍs viewing deck and an infinity pool nestled in the ship right at the top of the building. Tourists are welcome to visit the observation deck, but the pool is only accessible by the hotel guests. After viewing the gorgeous skyline of Singapore, one can also have coffee and snacks at the rooftop restaurant or buy a souvenir.

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Marina Bay Sands Hotel

The Marina Bay Sands is a luxury hotel in the heart of Singapore that incorporates a museum, theatres, restaurants, a Skywalk and an Ice Ramp all under one premise. This luxury hotel has over 2561 rooms classified into Premium, Deluxe, Family, Club and Grand Club Room. The hotel also hosts its guests in Suites like the Orchid Suite, Bay, Marina, Straits, Presidential and Chairman Suits. In your stay, the hotel offers complimentary services like access to Banyan Tree Fitness Club, where you can work out from the 55th floor, the Banyan Tree Spa, which provides a world-class massage and spa treatment, in-room dining services, floral services from the Bay Floral and other gift shops, making your stay as comfortable and convenient as possible.

Marina Bay Sands Pool

The most photogenic pool, the infinity pool is at the 57th level of Marina Bay Sands. This pool is 150 meters wide and holds up to 376,000 gallons of water. Some guests check in the hotel only to experience a dip in the infinity pool and enjoy the spectacular view from the Skypark. One can enter the pool by flashing their room key cards. It does not end abruptly into nothing as it seems, but there is a secondary platform beneath it. Although a great site for pictures, the pool authorities do not let you pose and lean outside. Even a slight incline to peep out will have whistles blown from the authorities. The infinity pool faces the setting sun and the opposite side overlooks Gardens by the Bay, Supertree Grove and the harbour. After a good swim. a luxurious poolside lounge is at one's service. Besides offering snacks and a selection of beverages, the SkyPark also has fabulous restaurants and bars like the CÉ LA VI Restaurant and SkyBar, LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar and Spago by Wolfgang Puck.

Opening Hours - 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Access to the pool only to hotel guests.
  • SkyPark Shop has swimsuits and sun care products for sale.
  • Head down to infinity pool at 6:00 AM for a crowd-less experience.
  • There are also poolside refreshments available from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

Marina Bay Sands Restaurants

Marina Bay Sands has more than 80 restaurants for one to explore which include local and international cuisines under one canopy of a dining destination. It also has 10 celeb-restaurants like Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen, Adrift by David Meyers and David Thompson's Long Chim. Punjab Grill takes on a journey of Indian cuisines and introduces you to secret recipes from the royal kitchen. This restaurant has won over a dozen awards for its exquisite sense of cooking and dining experience provided to its guests. For those on an eating spree, Club 55 and Rise are the two buffet restaurants of Marina Bay Sands.

To have a hawker/street food taste at the luxuries hotel, Rasapura matters, Toast Box and 1983-A taste of Nanyang are the places to go. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Beanstro and 1983 are halal restaurants. To have authentic Chinese food, head to Din Tai Fung, Fatt Choi Express and Seafood paradise. Besides this, popular restaurants of Marina Bay Sands are Angelina, Bright Knight Warrior, Canton Paradise and Da Paolo Gastronomia.

Marina Bay Sands Skypark

The Marina Bay Sands has an observation deck taller than the Eiffel Tower and wide enough to accommodate four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets. The deck is free to access by the guests staying at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. For the ones who are not staying at the hotel, the deck is accessible after respective entry fees. It has dense gardens, excellent restaurants and a splendid infinity pool beside it. The deck which offers an undisturbed 360-degree view of Singapore Skyline also has marvellous restaurants to dine at. It also has a Singapore-themed souvenier store where trendy bags and fancy keychain magnets are available. The observation deck may be closed temporarily for the guest's safety, subjective to weather conditions. Ticket holders who entered the SkyPark less than an hour before closure are entitled to a refund! Admission tickets is available only at Marina Bay Sands Box Offices or their official website.

Entry Fee
Adults- SGD 23
Children-SGD 17
Senior Citizens-SGD 20
Children below 2 years-No Entry Fee

Marina Bay Sands Light & Water Show

Spectra is a breathtaking light and water show that has been leaving its viewers awestruck since 2017. Spectra replaced 'Wonderful', the previous light show that Marina Bay Sands had. Combining state-of-the-art lasers, lights, water effects and projections, Spectra creates a spectacular show based on Singapore's journey of becoming the progressive cosmopolitan city it now is. The fifteen-minute show is divided into four parts. The first part comprises of 'Singular vision-the origin'. The second is 'A Prism of Diversity'- the blossoming of ideas, reflecting on Singapore's society, cultural roots and history. The third part is 'Kaleidoscope' -the fusion of cultures, technology and passion and at last, the Future-Focused is the last part- Realising the dream look towards future and possibilities awaiting.

The Spectra uses innovative water-fountain technologies such as pyramids, gyroscopic arcs, straight jets, lava and mist effects, creating a canvas for visual projections of Spectra. The heartbeat of the show is the 12-meter-high glass prism that opens into life, adding extra reflection to the show. Spectra was developed by Imagination Australia, an Australian agency, making it a phenomenal show.

Timings
Sunday to Thursday - 8:00 PM & 9:00 PM
Friday & Saturday - 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM & 10:00 PM

Marina Bay Sands Casino

This entertainment hub has three levels of gaming floor and over 2,300 slot machines at the Casino. The Marina Bay Sands Casino has a wide selection of novel and most popular gaming machines. It has more than 250 game titles to choose from. The gaming area is 15,000 square meters and has more than 350 table games. The Casino's Premium players and Paiza members have special access to the exclusive gaming and dining privileges upper two levels featuring more than 35 private gaming rooms.

Roulette, Sic-Bo and Baccarat are offered by a vast range of betting level for video, reel and multi-station games. The casino offers complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and three dining options. The Casino can house 15,000 patrons. The slots in the Casino also offer a variety of jackpots. The games include Roulette, Blackjack, Royal Three Pictures, Baccarat and Craps. It also encourages and promotes responsible gambling. All of this makes the  Casino at Marina Bay Sands is the most sought-after places for entertainment.

Marina Bay Sands Carnival

The Carnival at Marina Bay Sands is Singapore's largest carnival that expands over the size of three and a half football fields. The carnival started for the first time on Dec 8, 2017, and has more than 40 family-friendly rides brought in all the way from European countries and games to choose from. These games include a Star Flyer, a tower ride that lets visitors experience a 360-degree view of Singapore skyline from 35 meters above the air and a revolving adventure ride called the Booster Maxx, travelling at a speed of 96 km in under 8 seconds and classics like the Log Flume ride and a pirate ship ride. There is something for the kids too.

This carnival has a number of arts and craft activities and fun games, along with a trampoline to flaunt their jumping skills. The carnival also has 30 game stalls and toy stores up for grabs. All of the games and rides of the carnival are at a mere cost of between SGD 4-10. It hosts performances of pop-punk artists and hip-hop rappers for more entertainment. For food lovers, the carnival offers multiple food stalls and dishes from burgers to churros, to chicken rice bowls and what not!

The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

The Shoppes is the largest luxury shopping mall with over 800,00 square feet of retail stores. With high-end stores such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Miu Miu, this shopping haven features a contemporary design and breathtaking views of the city skyline. It is a perfect mix of international luxury brands and emerging labels. The Shoppes gives you the best of Southeast Asia's Watch & Jewellery Collection. With participating watch outlets like Audemars Piguet, Blancpain, Cartier and Mont Blanc, The Shoppes is perfect for watch-aficionados. Jewellery outlets like Boucheron, Mikimoto, Nirav Modi, Tasaki and Swarovski are sure to spoil one for choice. It also has an excellent collection of shoes and bags. With brands such as Chloé, Diane Von Furstenberg, Fossil, Saint Laurent, Tiffany & Co. and so many more. The Shoppes also covers areas of Children & Maternity, Sports & Fitness, Wellness & Relaxation and Lifestyles & Gifts. It offers Personal Shopping Experience to its VIP shoppers making itself a perfect destination for shopaholics.

Timings
Sunday to Thursday and public holidays - 10:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday, Saturday and eve of public holidays - 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM

The Personal Shopping Experience available only on an appointment at SGD 250 per session.

Marina Bay Sands Bars & Nightlife

Marina Bay Sands has plentiful bars and restaurants that prove the hype to be real. The nightlife here is worth all the extravagance. Some of the most excellent bars and lifestyle destinations call Marina Bay Sands their home. One of which is CÉ LA VI CLub Lounge, Singapore's Premier rooftop nightclub on a 57 level ascend, giving you a splendid panoramic view of the Marina Bay while a celebrity DJ brings the crowd on their feet. Another great rooftop bar and lounge would be Spago, having a sophisticated and warm atmosphere. Spago has incorporated natural elements into its decor. This one is by the infinity pool, with a backdrop of a sweeping view of the city, giving you all the more reasons to hit this place. Besides this, an excellent place for signature cocktails on the outdoor terrace is the Italian Restaurant and Rooftop Bar LAVO. This place is known for its electrifying music and a vibe-dining experience of Italian-American cuisine. Also set on the 57th level, LAVO also flaunts a 180-degree view of the city.

Marina Bay Sands Museum

The Marina Bay Sands has an ArtScience Museum in its premises which is a place for Art and Science to collaborate and bring out creative collections. The Museum's architecture is inspired by a lotus figure and is spread across 50,000 square meters. It features 21 gallery spaces, and since the last decade, this place has been in the limelight for hosting popular and grand exhibitions where celebrity artworks are featured, including works of Leonardo Da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh. The museum also has frequent scientific and educational events on specific subjects like Paleontology and Cosmology. These dynamic themes and illustrations help it stay away from monotony and lets the visitors get impressed at every visit.

Best Time To Visit Marina Bay Sands

All year round

Tips For Visiting Marina Bay Sands

  • Smart casual wear is required at the Casino.
  • No smoking floor on level 1.

How To Reach Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is at 10, Bayfront Avenue which is smoothly accessible train services, bus services and river ferry services. Marina Bay Sands also offers vehicle services to and from the airport. The most convenient option would be to take a taxi. The four pick and drop points for taxis are - Sheares Link outside the Hotel Lobby Tower 1, Bayfront Avenue outside Hotel Lobby Tower 3, outside Sands Expo and Convention Centre, and the last is outside The Shoppes.

Bus stops at the Marina Bay Sands
The following bus stops are located at Marina Bay Sands on Bayfront Avenue:
  • 03509 - Marina Bay Sands Hotel (Hotel Lobby Tower 2)
  • 03501 - Marina Bay Sands Theatre (Sands Theatre, opposite Hotel Lobby Tower 3)
  • 03511 - Marina Bay Sands MICE (Sands Expo & Convention Centre, opposite Hotel Lobby Tower 1)
  • 03519 - Opp. Marina Bay Sands MICE  (opposite Sands Expo & Convention Centre, adjacent to Hotel Lobby Tower 1)
Buses that stop at Marina Bay are 106, 97, 97E, 133, 502A, 502, 518A and 518.

The nearest Metro Railway station is the Bayfront MRT. Alight at Exit D and Marina Bay is less than a minute away from here.

The ferry services drop passengers at The Shoppes, which is a 3-minute walk to Marina Bay Sands.

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