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Indulgence Comes Calling at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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When it comes to travelling to or within Asia, one of the countries that’s always at the top of the list is Singapore. Located in South East Asia, Singapore is known for being a popular tourist attraction. People from around the world visit the country in large numbers every year. Although the country lacks to some extent in regards to the number of places to visit, it more than makes up for it with the luxurious lifestyle it offers. If you are travelling to Singapore, make sure to do it on a budget; the last thing you need is your travel expenses spiralling out of hand. Singapore is also one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. It has 4 official languages: English, Malay, Tamil, and Mandarin. When you visit Singapore, you will get to experience an excellent variety of foods from different cultures.

Another thing Singapore is known for is its casinos. And the largest casino in Singapore is Marina Bay Sands. At the time of its opening, it was one of the most expensive standalone casinos in the world. At present, the height of Marina Bay Sands is 198m. It also has a resort for you to stay in and an art and science museum for you to explore. If you are planning to visit Singapore, you cannot afford to not visit the biggest and the best casino in Singapore.

About Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort located at the Bayfront Subzone in Downtown Core. It is one of the many integrated resorts under the US-Based company Las Vegas Sands Corporation. At the time of its opening, Marina Bay Sands was said to be the most expensive standalone casino in the world. Now, it is one of the best tourist attractions in Singapore. Lakhs of people visit Singapore visit only to visit the Marina Bay Sands.

The architecture of Marina Bay Sands is what truly sets it apart. It includes 3 tall towers that are wider at the bases and narrower towards the top, and all of them are connected at the top with a plane construction. This construction at the top is called the Infinity Pool, it’s a rooftop pool located at the height of 198m, from where you can see beautiful Singapore at night. Mosh Safdie, the architect of Marina Bay Sands, says that decks of cards were his inspiration behind the design. And there are plans to add a fourth tower in the near future as well.

If you are planning to visit Singapore, Marina Bay Sands is a place that you must have on your list. It has more than 2500 rooms, and you can book yours easily and enjoy the luxury that this resort offers. And while you are there, here is a list of places to visit in Singapore and the things you can do at the Marina Bay Sands.

Things to do at the Marina Bay Sands

1. Infinity Pool

Infinity Pool

The concept of the Infinity Pool originated in France, but it is now a global phenomenon. Some of the best hotels, resorts, and spas proudly boast of this feature. For many, like Marina Bay Sands, it is even a point of attraction. Having to experience the world around you from this great height is an ethereal experience. Infinity pools are designed to seem like when you are at the edge of the pool, you are at the edge of the building. And getting to watch a city as beautiful as Singapore from the height of 47 floors is something you have to experience. This is the largest infinity pool in Singapore, from where you what truly makes Singapore a place to visit. This has made Marina Bay Sands Hotel one of the famous hotels in Singapore with a rooftop pool. Here, you can sit in the pool, or by the poolside, have your drink, and relax while gazing at one of the most beautiful places in the world.

2. Art Science Museum

ArtScience Museum

Art Science Museum is the world’s first museum that features exhibitions that blend art, science, culture, and technology. Also, designed by Moshe Safdie, the museum resembles the shape of a lotus flower, and is referred to as “The Welcoming Hand of Singapore.” Although it’s a permanent museum at the Marin Bay Sands, it does not any permanent exhibitions. Museums from around the world showcase their exhibitions at the ArtScience Museum. Since 2011, the museum has showcased the exhibitions of Titanic (by Premier Exhibitions), Andy Warhol (by The Andy Warhol Museum), Mummy (by the British Museum), 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic (by the National Geographic), Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction (by the American Museum of Natural History), and many more.  Here, you can also virtual reality transformed into reality that makes up the Science part of the Art Science Museum.

3. Visit Celebrity Chef Restaurants

For those who like to take their taste buds for an adventure, or have a taste of fine cuisine, Marina Bay Sands is also home to various celebrity chef restaurants. This includes db Bistro and Oyster by Daniel Boulud, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, CHINOISERIE Modern Asia and JustIN Flavours of Asia by Justin Quek, Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakuda, and Cut, Spago Dining Room, and Spago Bar and Lounge by Wolfgang Puck. Here you will get to taste the best new dishes made by the people who have excelled in the art of cooking. Their dishes are what the world wants to have.

4. Stay at the Best Hotel

You will find every luxury you can imagine at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. You can book up to a 4-bedroom room at this resort. Whether you want a room for only your partner, a suite for your family, Marina Bay Sands offers the best you will rooms and suites you will find anywhere else in Singapore. The price of Marina Bay Sands rooms begins from around 28000 per room per night. Depending on your room or suite, you can experience Infinity Pool, VIP Club Room, butler service, private gym, and a Jacuzzi bathtub. And all of the rooms include access to the SkyPark Observation Deck, spa, free Wi-fi, and 24-hour in-room dining service. You can do room booking for Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, online via their official website.

Now that you know the things to do at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, let’s take a look at the places to visit and things to do in Singapore.

Places to Visit in Singapore

1. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens By The Bay Nightview
Gardens By The Bay Nightview

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is always on the top of the list of why people visit the country. Located in Marina Bay, the garden comes alive at night and becomes a place that can only be imagined in dreams. This is where you see the trees and plants light up. It’s perfect for a walk in nature or when you are looking for a cost place for dinner snacks. Coming Gardens by the Bay will make you feel like you have entered a dream world and you would never want to leave it.

2. Universal Studios

Universal Studios

Located on Sentosa Island, Universal Studios in Singapore is THE place to visit in the country. It’s a global tourists spot and is visited by locals and tourists alike. Here, you can spend a fun-filled day by yourself, with your partner, and even your family. The excitement, enthusiasm, and entertainment at this place are unbridled. You can go to the the “Walk of Fame” and strike interesting poses with various Hollywood personalities. The place also has several adrenaline-inducing rides including a Battlestar Galactica Roller Coaster. Buy the ticket online and have a joy-filled day with your family here.

3. Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer

Singapore is a country that’s brimming with skyscrapers. In other words, the country is best viewed from above. You can do that via the Infinity Pool at the Marina Bay Sands, or the Singapore Flyer. Standing tall at the height of 165m, Singapore Flyer is a Ferris-wheel-cum-observation-wheel. It is the largest Ferris wheel in Asia. When you are at the top of it, you will see the beauty that holds Singapore together.

Singapore is a country that will take your breath away with its beauty. It’s the quality that makes each of these tourist attractions memorable. Book your Singapore tour package with Veena World today to explore this beautiful destination.

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