How to get to Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is directly connected to the MRT system with the "Bayfront" station (CE2) of the Circle Line Extention.
97/97E, 106, 133, 502/502A, 518/518A, NR1 (Available on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of public holidays), and NR6 (Available on Fridays, Saturdays and eve of public holidays).
Singapore Cruise: from Clark Quarke, Boat Quark, Merlion Park (S$4)
HiPPO River Cruse Water Taxi: from Esplanade, Boat Quay, Riverside, Marina Bay South Dock
The SkyPark an architectural masterpiece sitting on top fo the three 55-storey hotel towers at a height of 191 meters. The SkyPark includes the world's longest elevated (infinity) swimming pool (only accessable to hotel guests), rooftop restaurants and an observation deck on the cantilever of the skypark.
Mo - Fri 9.30am - 10pm
Fri - Sun 9.30am - 11pm
S$20 for adults
S$14 for children (aged between 2 – 12 years*)
S$17 for senior citizens (aged 65 years and above)
Children under 2 years may enter for free.
There are free daily guided tours at 10am, 2pm and 9pm with 50 guests limited to each tour. Registration starts at 9.30am on first-come-first-served basis. The SkyPark ticket office is located at B1, Tower 3.
view from the SkyPark observation to downtown Singapore, photo: billbe
Marina Bay Sands Hotel
One reasons to book one of the pricy 2500 hotel rooms in the three towers is the use of the infinity pool on the SkyPark deck which is reserved for hotel guest only.
Check prices and make a booking here
The lotus-shaped museum is located right in front of the three hotel towers.
opening hours: Daily: 10am - 10pm, last admission at 9pm
ticket prices depend on the exhibition, more information here
Marina Bay Sands Casino
Visitors can enter the giant casino for free, Singapore residents have to pay $100 to get in (minimum age 16). There is a casual smart dresscode so don't try enter with shorts and flip-flops.
the 3 towers of Marina Bay Sands Hotel at night
The Shoppes, the luxury shopping mall at Marina Bay Sands
the Bayfront with the Art and Science Museum
Little India, Singapore
Vibrant, colourful and culturally authentic neighbourhood of the Indian community in Singapore with plenty of shops, temples and restaurants. It is also a center of backpacker accommodations.
Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Perhentian Islands
The small (=kecil) island. With plenty of low-priced accommodation the island is a backpackers favorite and can get quite crowded at peak season on Long Beach.