Perched at a whopping 200m above the ground, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is an architectural marvel that stands out against Singapore's skyline.
Designed by renowned Canadian architect, Moshe Safdie, the Sands SkyPark provides stunning views of the city across the Marina Bay. The SkyPark spans across the Marina Bay Sands' three hotel towers and, at around 380m in length, is about as long as four and a half Airbus A380 jets.
With a total floor area of about 12,400 sq m, the Park can accommodate up to 3,900 people. The park is designed with a mix of private and public spaces that offer cosy comfort to hotel guests and visitors alike.
Artist Impression of Sands SkyPark
The Sands SkyPark's most attention-grabbing feature is arguably its 150m-long infinity pool, designed to give the illusion of water falling right off the edge of the building. Only hotel guests are allowed into the pool, but visitors may wander around one stretch of it and admire the grand views.
Sands SkyPark Infinity Pool
There is also a landscaped garden housing up to 250 species of trees, an observation deck, and a selection of fine-dining restaurants, lounges and bars. Live performances also take place on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
SkyPark Public Observation Deck at Night
Unless you're a hotel guest, you'd have to pay $20 to access the Sands SkyPark. It's best to visit on a clear night, when the spectacular cityscape transforms into a kaleidoscope of light. The park is open to the public from 10am to 10pm.
The Sands SkyPark at Sunset
Sands SkyParkAddress: Marina Bay Sands, Sky Park, 10 Bayfront Avenue
Contact: (+65) 6688 8868
Operating Hours: Observation Deck (Ticketed Entry):
Daily from 9.30am - 10pm (Mon - Thur)
Daily from 9.30am - 11pm (Fri, Sat & Sun)