Infinity Swimming Pool Videos Sands SkyPark

Singapore Infinity Swimming Pool SkyPark
Here are the first Infinity Swimming Pool videos from Sands Skypark at Marina Bay Sands Singapore taken before the official opening of this ncredible place.

These videos taken during the official opening on the 24th June 2010, which was only for invited media while the public was allowed to start visiting this place the following day.

Infinity Swimming Pool Videos at Sands Skypark 

What makes this entire place amazing is that the infinity swimming pool stretches for 150 meters along the rooftop of Sands SkyPark

This experience gives hotel guest breathtaking views of the Singapore city's skyline from the pool with an illusion of falling off the edge of the pool. 

Sands SkyPark will be home to the world's longest elevated infinity swimming pool, with a 475-foot vanishing edge. 

The infinity pool will be composed of 400,000 pounds of stainless steel and hold 380,000 gallons (or 1440 cubic meters) of water which are elevated 975 feet above the ground. 

There are four movement joints beneath the main pools which are designed to help the pools withstand the natural motion of the towers, and each joint has a unique range of motion.

Please note the videos of the Infinity Swimming Pool were taken with a basic camera on the day before this place opened to the public. They are raw and unedited. 

Video of Infinity Pool at Marina Bay Sands Skypark Singapore

Models pose for the infinity swimming pool at the Skypark

View of the Singapore Skyline from the Infinity Swimming Pool Area

Swimming at the Infinity Pool in Singapore
Photo of Infinity Swimming Pool Sands SkyPark
A female model poses at Infinity Pool at Sands SkyPark on opening day

Sands SkyPark Information

With a width of 38 metres and length of 340 metres, the entire Sands SkyPark has a plan area of 12400 m2 and contains lush greenery, extensive landscaped gardens, Restaurant of Celebrity Chef Justin Quek, and a very trendy lifestyle bar.

Toilets are available at various locations while a glass rooms for functions is seen above Tower 2. The place can also accommodate 3,900 people and the beautifully landscaped garden areas contain over 250 trees and 650 plants, some up to 8 meters tall.

You can also access the Sands SkyPark from all three towers by getting to the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort.

Tickets for the Sands SkyPark Marina Bay Sands;
  • SG$20.00 for adults
  • SG$17 for Senior Citizens
  • SG$14 for Children
Where to buy tickets to Sands SkyPark?

Tickets are sold at Tower 3 Hotel Lobby of Marina Bay Sands Hotel and these tickets only allow you to visit the Public Observation Deck and not the infinity swimming pool.

The deck is open daily from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm, and SkyPark tickets are subject to capacity daily. This means if the place is crowded, they will stop selling tickets until a number of people leave.

You can also read about the Marina Bay Sands official opening which took place on the 27th April 2010. It was the biggest news in the entire Southeast Asia, as never before such a project was planned.

Many locals and foreign tourist cannot wait to experience this amazing attraction and I can easily guess that this will be the number one tourist destination in Singapore over the next few years.

While I was part of the specially invited media, I managed to take a number of photos of this place, and you can see one of my best photos of the infinity swimming pool which is of someone at the edge.


I hope you enjoyed these Infinity Swimming Pool at Sands SkyPark videos as they were taken one day before the official opening of the Marina Bay Sands here in Singapore. 

Quality was very basic and standard, and it was unedited to show the real vie of this place. Any comments, please leave them below. 

Malaysia Asia

Blogging since 2007, but writing online since 1997. I belong to the 1st generation of worldwide bloggers, which is of course old-school. Since 2008, I created Malaysia Asia and this travel, flood, gadget and lifestyle blog has won numerous physical awards from tourism boards around Malaysia. (Not those online awards). After 12 years of blogging, I have semi-retired and now blog about things I like, do product reviews and enjoy life. My work has been featured in Lonely Planet, CNN Travel, Yahoo Travel, Wall Street Journal, and many other international publications. Find out more about me and thank you.


Please Select Embedded Mode To Show The Comment System.*

Previous Post Next Post

Contact Form