The Skypark (Marina Bay Sands Hotel) – Part 3 of 4

A view of the Marina Barrage area that’s reservoir as well as a leisure park where people can go to fly kites. I will feature that place in another post.

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Down at the Marina Barrage (Singapore’s 15th reservoir – makes sense as we need water and get tons of rain), this structure looked like a sunken ship – very cool. From this angle it doesn’t quite have that effect.

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As you can see from the muddy areas – there’s still construction going on. Interesting to see in the future how this portion will be transformed.

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You can see what a cloudy day it was – and it rained later, so it was lucky that we didn’t wait till 5pm.

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Of course there’s a souvenir shop up there with cool T shirts. As a local it would be weird to wear one of these, but if you’re a tourist it’s perfectly fine. I wonder why that is?

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There’s a lounge area with pretty red umbrellas where you can have a drink and watch the sunset.

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From here on I took photos from a higher point at the 57th floor. It feels like the view from a small aircraft.

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Our skyscrapers are pretty awesome.

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At this point I felt a bit of vertigo.

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Next time, we could have had a set lunch at Ku De Ta and come up here for free.

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More views of the coast.

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The tiny ships are spectacular.

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Some parts of the 57th floor are blocked out just for hotel guests to enjoy. If you’re a hotel guest, I will be looking forward to your photos on the special views you get.

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Jacuzzi with spectacular views.

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The amazing infinity pool. A million more photos will follow in Part 4.

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2 Responses to The Skypark (Marina Bay Sands Hotel) – Part 3 of 4

  1. kierstens says:

    YES! It was soooo beautiful! I just took my brother to see it and we were both very impressed! It’s a great little tiny island we have here, no?

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