Sands Skypark Singapore in Pictures

Sands Skypark Singapore in Pictures is one of my latest photography sessions during my visit to this astounding place in March 2011. Touted as one of the architecture marvels of today, this unique sky park is located on the 57th floor on top of the massive structure overlooking the city of Singapore. For non-hotel guest visiting the SkyPark, note that an entrance fee applies and you are only allowed access to the main decks and not the pool area. You can pass by and take photographs but you are not allowed inside the main infinity swimming pool area.

Below are some of the pictures taken during my trip here and I was fortunate to have some blue skies. One of my previous trips here was horrible as it looked like it wanted to rain so the sky was grey and gloomy. Anyway, enjoy the pictures and feel free to leave any comments. For those who want more information, you can read my other story about the Sands Skypark at Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

Vanishing Edge Swimming Pool as some people call it

Sands Skypark main entrance located just outside the hotel
   
Automated ticket machines before entering the place

Infinity Pool view from one end


 Couple of guest enjoy the beautiful Singapore view from the infinity pool

 Overlooking Marina Bay from the Infinity Swimming Pool


Did he drop something? 
 
Infinity Pool with a glass of wine and skyscrapers in the background

Sands Skypark Observation Deck overlooking the pool and port

Skypark Shop selling souvenirs


View of Marina Bay from the observation area

As visiting guest are only allowed on the main observation decks, you will see the entire Marina Bay from up here. It is also one of the best places to catch a beautiful Singapore Sunset. Looking down below, you see the ArtScience Museum (Right), Louis Vuitton Island Maison (Center) and Pangaea Ultra Lounge and Club (Left) which is set to open by end 2012. On the other side, you get to see the Singapore Flyer which is the worlds largest Ferris wheel and also the harbor and port of Singapore.

 Marina Bay Sands Integrated Hotel

Singapore Flyer and city view from observation deck

You can also read about the extravagant Opening of Marina Bay Sands or if you are planning to stay here, read about my Marina Bay Sands Room Review. Prices are slightly above the average but for the experience, I would recommend trying it as this is after all an integrated hotel and resort which is the first of its kind in the world.

For aspiring photographers who want something exciting to shoot, you can always visit this place in the mornings or late evenings for some beautiful pictures. These photographs you see here are all taken by me using a Nikon D60 DSLR for my album titled Sands Skypark Singapore in Pictures.

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