Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands Singapore officially opened on the 24th June 2010 to the Media and VIPs while the public can start going there on June 25th. This uniquely amazing place is situated at the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort and is absolutely one of a kind in the world and I was fortunate enough to be one of the first few media people up there at 8am that opening day. A Ribbon cutting ceremony was officiated and you can now visit this place.
A swimmer swims at the Infinity Pool overlooking Singapore city
Sands SkyPark also features the infinity swimming pool with a length of 150 meters is located here for only hotel guest while visitors are only allowed on the observation section of the Sands SkyPark which is also 200 meters in the sky. The entire place also covers 12,400 square meters and is also the size of the largest aircraft carrier in the world.
Video of Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands
A model poses during the Sky Park opening
The pictures here were taken during my media trip to Marina Sands Bay Official Celebrations in conjunction with the opening of the much talked about Sands SkyPark from 22nd to 24th June 2010. Apparently 2000 tickets were issued for visitors to the Sky Park and they were sold out in a matter of hours. For those interested, please check below.
The lounge deck area of the Infinity Pool at the Sky Park
Guests staying at the Marina Bay Sands will have the privilege of using the Sands SkyPark's Infinity Pool and facilities which include sun deck chairs which are placed cleverly in and out of the water. Live trees are placed around the Sky Park to give you a complete feel here. A fine dining restaurant by world renown Singaporean chef Justin Quek will be situated on the highest level of the Sky Park too.
View of Singapore city from the Sands SkyPark
One of the highlights of the Sands SkyPark here at Marina Bay Sands is the amazing views offered where you get to see what was never seen by most people. A complete 360 degrees view around this mammoth project which cost in at around SG$150 Million. At one side, you see the beautiful skyscrapers of Singapore while the other shows you the seaside and Eye Of Singapore or Singapore Flyer.
Tickets for the Sky Park Marina Bay Sands;
- SG$20.00 for adults
- SG$17.00 for Senior Citizens
- SG$14.00 for Children
If you are visiting Singapore and would like to see something out of the ordinary, you should take some time and visit the Sands SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands.