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Time Required : 1-2 hours

Entry Fee : Adults: SGD 23
Children (aged 2-12yrs): SGD 17
Senior Citizens (aged 65yrs and above): SGD 20
Free entry for children under 2yrs
Free entry for hotel guests

Purchase tickets a month in advance. Same day tickets are only available at the Marina Bay Sands Box Office.
Tickets provide single admittance and are non-refundable.

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

Sands SkyPark At Marina Bay, Singapore Overview

The Sands SkyPark Observation Deck at the Marina Bay has become so massively popular amongst tourists and residents alike that it has become a massive facet of recognition for Singapore. The humungous wooden deck lies atop the three hotel towers and seems to be floating above the city and all its skyscrapers. Situated on the 57th floor, the observation deck, with its soaring winds gives you the blissful feeling of being amidst the clouds. Not for the ones afraid of heights, the structure provides a magnificent 360-degree bird's eye view of the entire city, all the way from the Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait.

The hotels are located in the midst of Marina Bay, which in turn is the very heart and soul of Singapore. The culture and society of Singapore seem to come to life at this ideal location. The Observation Deck also provides an excellent view of the unique Supertree Grove, the colourful Gardens by the Bay, and the shimmering waters on which the docks lie upon. The best time to visit the Sands SkyPark would be an early evening as it provides an opportunity to not only bask in the glow of the sun but also enjoy the spectacular, shimmering lights of Singapore.

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Sands SkyPark Restaurants

While visiting the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, guests have an option to choose between three upscale restaurants, all with a panoramic view. The first of these restaurants is The Ce La Vi restaurant that serves finger licking Asian food that gives you an authentic Singaporean feel. The next is the Italian restaurant, Lavo that serves delectable Italian food. The last of the three restaurants is Spago which is spearheaded by a celebrity chef- Wolfgang Puck. While visiting the Observation Deck, a meal at such a height with such an amazing view has to be considered, and these three restaurants never disappoint.

Guided Tour at Sands SkyPark

The guided tours are held at 10:30 AM, 2:00 PM, and 9:00 PM every day. These tours also take you to visit (only) the Infinity Pool, which is another highlight of the SkyPark and is the largest elevated pool (150m). The Infinity Pool, however, cannot be used by anyone other than the guests at the hotel.

Prohibited Items at Sands SkyPark

Luggage, professional photographic and video recording equipment, pre-purchased foods and beverages, glass bottles, aluminum cans, pets (except service animals), aerosol cans, firearms, knives or weapons of any kind, picnic baskets, chairs, signs, sticks, poles, laser pointers, whistles, air horns, bullhorns, fireworks, narcotics, pepper spray, mace and items deemed to be dangerous or inappropriate by management.

All prohibited items except pets, weapons or illegal substances may be checked with the Guests Service Desk in Tower 3. The checked items may be subject to a physical or electronic screening.

Sands SkyPark Conditions Of Entry

  • Tickets are for single entry only.
  • Entry is subject to availability. The wait time differs depending upon the capacity of the Observation Deck.
  • Children under two years of age may enter without a ticket.
  • All guests and their belongings may be subject to a search upon entering the premises.
  • Throwing items over the edge of the deck is prohibited, and legal actions will be taken if caught doing the same.
  • Luggage is not permitted in the Sands Skypark. However, it can be checked with the Guests Service Desk.
  • Loitering on the Observation Deck is prohibited.

Tips For Visiting Sands SkyPark At Marina Bay

  • The number of people to enter the deck at one time is restricted due to safety reasons. However, individuals can stay on the deck for as long as they wish.
  • As the deck is open air, heavy rains of lightning may result in the closing of the deck. Individuals who have entered the deck within one hour of its closing are viable for a refund.
  • The deck may also be closed to the public due to private events on some days, and hence, it is always better to confirm before booking the tickets.
  • Footwear is an absolute must, and no person can walk around the deck barefoot.

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