Remember I told you guys I had a homestay with aunt and family?! Well, I was lucky as my aunt brought us to Marina Bay Sands and had a night stay over there. Woo hooo……
I am sure you must have heard so much about this mega structure; need no further introduction, allow me to use the photos to do the talking.
I was over excited to have a room fronting the fabulous view of Marina Bay. Trust me; you would rather stay in the room all night, mesmerizing the view of Marina Bay
Marina Bay Sands is the largest hotel in Singapore; with 2561 rooms and suites spread over three towers at the height of 55 floors. There are a total of 18 different types of room for you to choose from.
The spacious room with comfortable bed; the decorations were simple and elegant. And tell you what, the curtains was very fun to play with because they were electrical curtains! With just a touch, you can have the sheer curtains and the heavy curtains open or close.
Very very very very very very spacious max bathroom! This is just the bath tub section. There were individual units for toilet and rain shower.
My brother and his bed.
They were actually enjoyed having fun in this huge bathroom
During the day;
The fabulous view of Marina Bay
Do note that there are rooms facing the views of the main Marina Bay and also the Sea on the opposite side. do let them know which type of room you prefer upon check in.
Let’s Move Up, shall we???
The 55 storeys hotel towers, connected by the sky terrace on the roof – SkyPark
The 150 meter infinity swimming pool which is the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height.
However, only the hotel guests can use this facility (and unlimited access to the SkyPark). Well, the public will be able to access and view part of the swimming pool.
One bad thing, the water was freezing cold
Jacuzzi; you (hotel guests) can just sit in, and enjoy the view 🙂
To the deck
At the deck
with my Brother
Singapore Flyer during the day
Bored with the day view, you can do some shopping or window shopping at the shoppes at Marina Bay Sands Mall, or catch a play in the theater, visit to the ArtScience Museum…
or skate here! And my most enjoyable moment in the mall was to watch people trying their luck in the casino.
Fancy a boat ride?!
SkyPark seems to be more happening at night.
Singapore Flyer during the night
Sigh… I missed the Wonder Full Show. 🙁
The night is soooooooooooo beautiful, isn’t it???
Love you, Auntie C. ♥
Monday to Thursday 10am to 10pm
Friday to Sunday 10am to 11pm
Sgd 20 for adult
Sgd 14 for Children (ages between 2 – 12 years old)
Sgd 17 for senior citizens (aged 65 years old and above)