Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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10 Bayfront Avenue

18956 Singapore

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6688 8868

  • 4 mentions in What are the 5 best architectural attractions in Singapore?

    • Karlo d.

      Karlo d. said, "...lots in the downtown area, great architecture is scattered all over. Try the river cruise and youll see a glimpse of Marina Bay Sands, esplanade, and other awesome ones. You can also try taking a double decker bus can take you anywhere...." See More

    • Jeffrey M.

      Jeffrey M. said, " chicken rice stall in Singapore at Maxwell Food Centre . I would also go up to the rooftop bar at Marina Bay Sands for a sunset view of the city. You can see a good swath of downtown including some old but..." See More

    • Michael L.

      Michael L. said, "...Visit Chinatown to get a feel of traditional shophouses. The architecture of Marina Bay Sands is interesting, the SkyDeck cantilevers out above the hotel and offer spectacular views. Check out the ArtScience Museum ...." See More

    • Jass L.

      Jass L. said, "...If you want to see modern skyscrapers, must go around Marina Bay Sands and see the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel that features three buildings - connected by a ship-like structure on top. Another outstanding structure is the Gardens by the Bay just..." See More

  • 4 mentions in Most Impressive Pools in the World?

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L. said, "...Hands down the infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands. Still haven't been, but just look at it! It's on the 57th floor of a hotel in a gorgeous city. Definitely urban chic and up high on my bucket list :)..." See More

    • Adrien G.

      Adrien G. said, "... Marina Bay Sands infinity pool has the fame but many other man-made and natural pools are much more impressive, just have a look: Hanging Gardens Ubud Bali multi-leveled infinity pool is in the middle of the jungle and facing an ancient temple Badeschiff..." See More

    • Daniel R.

      Daniel R. said, "...If you like the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool but think it's too crowed, then here are a few private pools that you'll love :) - overlooking the ricefields: Villa Melati in Ubud - overlooking the Indian Ocean: Villa Bidadari And these are..." See More

    • Robson C.

      Robson C. said, "...I'm with Debbie. Marina Bay Sands, It's on my bucket list too...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Things to see and to do in Singapore (in 4 Days)

    • Duyen P.

      Duyen P. said, "...Temple and Museum 2 Merlion Park 3. Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore 4. Singapore Flyer 5. Helix Bridge 6. Marina Bay Sands 8. Little India 9. Asian Civilisations Museum 10. Sentosa Island 11. The Crane Dance 12. National Museum of Singapore..." See More

    • Mattias J.

      Mattias J. said, "...avoid long queues Sentosa Island - when you want to get away from the busy city and relax at the beach Marina Bay Sands- Singapore's biggest highlight. If you can manage (rent a room or know a guest) to get up to..." See More

    • Nam O.

      Nam O. said, "...Muslim food are awesome too. Try Singapore Zam Zam, Bugis. Modern landmarks such as Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands. Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A Aquarium. For nature and gardens, Singapore Botanic Gardens is recommended. Shopping malls hub..." See More

  • 3 mentions in À good place to stay in Singapore + what to do?

    • Debbie M.

      Debbie M. said, "...Pacific but there are cheaper ones in the area too like Hotel 81. You may also want to consider staying in Marina Bay Sands. We stayed there last Oct and the view is to die for! Enjoy!..." See More

    • Daisy M.

      Daisy M. said, "...have dinner at the restaurant at the top of the largest super tree there. Then head the two blocks to The Marina Bay Sands and mention the Ku De Ta bar to get up the elevator for amazing views of the city by..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...can be problematic (particularly in getting back) but you can get there using the Sentosa Express LRT. If you're not staying Marina Bay Sands, you can experience the view back towards the city by having a drink at a bar such as..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What are the 5 things I can't miss in Singapore?

    • Ashley L.

      Ashley L. said, "...greenhouses though. Do not buy food from there, it is expensive. Either pack food or head elsewhere. You can wander around Marina Bay Sands and the shopping centre. They are located right next to gardens by the bay. Enjoy the city skyline. There..." See More

    • Muskan S.

      Muskan S. said, "...The hotel rooms are well furnished with Chinese décor. The price ranges between $158 -$ 221per room per night. To See- Marina Bay Sands- This is the most expensive building that features a hotel, a convention, exhibition, theaters, and restaurants.Sentosa Island Tour-..." See More

    • Jass L.

      Jass L. said, " 2) The Wonderfull Show - a free outdoor water, lights, and music show in front of The Shoppes Mall at Marina Bay Sands every night at 8:pm & 9:30 pm 3) The Crane Dance - Another fantastic water, lights and music show..." See More

  • 2 mentions in How to explore Singapore in 15 days

    • Jass L.

      Jass L. said, "...7:45 & 8:45 pm 2) Don't miss The Wonderfull Show (it's combined water-lights-music show) in front of The Shoppes Mall at Marina Bay Sands every night at 8:pm & 9:30 pm 3) and lastly The Crane Dance (another combined water-lights-music show featuring 2..." See More

    • Ingrid X.

      Ingrid X. said, "...Explore places like Haw Par Villa, Hounds of the Baskervilles, Sentosa Island, Marina Bay Sands You could also try out local foods here such as Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, black pepper/chilli crab!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best areas in Singapore for a couple on vacation?

    • Jacqueline G.

      Jacqueline G. said, "...Infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands, Ocean Restaurant at S.E.A. Aquarium & Adventure Cove Waterpark, Singapore flyer, cable car, Skyline Luge Sentosa, Adventure Cove Waterpark, get a fish pedicure, Gardens by the Bay, Chinatown for dim sum, Haji Ln, Boat Quay, and..." See More

    • ENRIQUE Jr. R.

      ENRIQUE Jr. R. said, "...Must visit Marina Bay Sands, night safari, singapore flyer, Jurong Bird Park and Sentosa Island. For nightlife go to the Clarke Quay area for restaurants and bars...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best time to travel to Singapore?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...these best! Last but not least, the best rooftop bars/views in Singapore are the KU DÉ TA Singapore at the famous Marina Bay Sands, the Lantern at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 1-Altitude (the highest rooftop bar in the city) and the considerably..." See More

    • Michelle D.

      Michelle D. said, "...and a view, I'd suggest dinner at Jaan - ask for the table at the far end of the restaurant overlooking Marina Bay Sands. For a similar (although not quite as spectacular view), the Equinox Restaurant in the Swissotel (just across the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Places to eat, places to go, things to do for a week?

    • Muskan S.

      Muskan S. said, " an American film studio. 5. Singapore Flyer- is the world’s largest Giant Ferris Wheel. This offers dining as well. 6. Marina Bay Sands- This is an integrated resort towering over the bay. This property has hotel, dining, convention and exhibition facilities..." See More

    • Inez W.

      Inez W. said, "...tremendously ever since 1990. I only revisited Singapore in 2009 myself, and was really surprised with new sites, such as the Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade Park, etc. But I guess since you are more into travelling like a local, such landmarks might..." See More

  • 1 mention in what are must visit places for family fun. I'm travelling in march end

    • Hem J.

      Hem J. said, "...Sentosa Island Chijmes restaurants The Clinic restaurant Marina Bay Sands- The rooftop and the shopping plaza The Singapore Flyer Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park Night Safari..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to see & do as a solo traveler in Singapore

    • Rama D.

      Rama D. said, "...different area, depending on what you want to try :) the usual tourist attraction is the Merlion Gardens by the Bay Marina Bay Sands or Universal Studios Singapore :p theres a lot of parks you can enjoy for free, like Singapore Botanic Gardens..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free things to do in Singapore?

    • Alejandro M.

      Alejandro M. said, "...Spend some time at the Bay, see the Merlion, eat at Makansutra Gluttons BayCheck out the Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands light shows (every afternoon for free). For an amazing view finish your evening at KU DÉ TA Singapore, the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which places should I visit in Singapore?

    • claus a.

      claus a. said, "...I personally really like the whole Marina Bay Sands area. This is really a place where you see that Singapore is truly a city that strives. Places like Little India and Chinatown are nice, when you want to get away from all the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Other cities to visit when travelling to Singapore

    • Andrzej W.

      Andrzej W. said, "...the stuff in this time - wander around Little India, shop in Chinatown, walk down the Orchard Road, go up to Marina Bay Sands, and have a drink in a highest alfresco bar in the world at 1 Altitude. Out of Singapore..." See More

  • 1 mention in Quick Southeast Asia trip - can't miss cities/sites?

    • Clement T.

      Clement T. said, "...exploring of the neighbourhood, 1 things is definitely common: FOOD! For the most touristy but really amazing scenic places are the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay For the parks and recreational places, you can try Singapore Zoological..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where is the best filming location in Singapore?

    • Edna |.

      Edna |. said, "...If you want a view from high up, you could try going up to the viewing platform at the Marina Bay Sands. For nightlife, Clarke Quay especially gets lively at night, but Boat Quay works as well, especially from the opposite side..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is the recommended time for a trip to Singapore? What are must sees?

    • Edmund J.

      Edmund J. said, "...World Sentosa is a must-see. Spend around 3 to 4 days there. Then there is Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands ,Chinatown,Clarke Quay etc. But if you are looking to experience the real Singapore, head over to to find..." See More

  • 1 mention in Have not been to Singapore in 3 years. Where should I go?

    • Daisy M.

      Daisy M. said, "...6) of the largest super tree until sunset when the fabulous lighting came on. Right across the street is the incredible Marina Bay Sands (look it up to see why you want to go there) where we went at 8PM for the light..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best travel destinations for international travel rookies?

    • Melissa E.

      Melissa E. said, "...pretty easy to understand and get the hang of, and there are so many things to see from Sentosa Island to Marina Bay Sands. Shopping is a must, whether in the dozens of shopping malls along Orchard Rd, the cheap night market..." See More

  • 1 mention in I am looking for cool and local places to eat and things to do and see in Singapore end of December.

    • Tracy C.

      Tracy C. said, "...some takeaway food or drink and sit somewhere there to enjoy the night breeze and scenery 2. Esplanade Lyric Theatre 3. Marina Bay Sands and below few recommended places to go though not nearby. 4. Orchard Road Along this Orchard Road, you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best places to shop in Singapore?

    • Lindsey Marie W.

      Lindsey Marie W. said, "...ION Orchard, Takashimaya, and Marina Bay Sands are my faves for big high-street brands. If you are looking for some interesting boutiques, check out Far East Plaza on Scotts Rd (Not to be confused with Far East Shopping Centre). It's full of little..." See More

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