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Marina Bay Sands is not just a hotel or casino - it also provides a wide range of luxury shopping malls. The stroll along the sun soaked aisle Shoppes reach a taste of the high life.

Spoil, such as Dunhill, Bally, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Cartier, Chanel, Dior brand Escada, Fendi, Gucci, Hermes, Miu Miu, Ralph Lauren, Ferragamo, Stefan Connaught Ricci, Yves Saint Laurent and Louis Vuitton. Even opened their first store in Singapore, such as Anne Fontaine, Henry Cotton, Stefano Ricci, and Wolford brand.

You can also get by Singapore's own up and coming local designer brand is evident. Located in the Marina Bay Sands Shoppes just about everything you right, looking from high fashion to accessories, bags, jewelry, shoes, sports, beauty and lifestyle brand.

Singapore Marina Bay Sands
- Singapore Hanging Gardens

Known as the Hanging Gardens of Singapore, Singapore Marina Bay Sands integrated resort. A total area of over 580,000 m2, the spectacular Sands SkyPark like a giant surfboard across the top of the three hotel. The cost of more than one hundred million U.S. dollars to the construction of the Hanging Gardens, an area of 12,400 square meters, more than 200 meters high from the ground, and planted more than 250 trees and more than 650 plants, which can accommodate up to 3900 people to visit and tour.


The world's most highly biggest outdoor pool

The outdoor swimming pool was built in the 55-storey tower top floor of the Marina Bay Sands, is three times the length of the Olympic Games Pool, a height of 650 feet (198 meters), is the world's largest outdoor swimming pool this highly. The special design of a swimming pool water looks as if extended to the end of the field of vision, in fact, the edge of the Pool is designed to be under a few centimeters in the horizontal plane, and the outflow of water will flow to a sump below, and then by the pumping back to above the pond.

The pool deck height had more than the Eiffel Tower, the world's largest pool deck. The outdoor pool is just magnificent ship "sky gardens" (SkyPark) one of the characteristics of the landscape. "Sky gardens" built in on top of the three towers, constitute the most expensive hotels in the world, that cost £ 4 billion Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.


The most expensive hotels in the world

Abu Dhabi's Emirates Palace Hotel when it opened in 2004, the estimated cost of 2 billion pounds, was the most expensive hotel in the world. Today, Marina Bay Sands building with its indoor canal, elegant works of art, casino, outdoor plaza, convention center, theater, crystal pavilion, lotus-shaped museum refreshing won this title. The roof of the swimming pool is in the air across the three towers of the hotel garden.
Marina Bay Sands Resort by master architect Safdie poker shape design. Walked into the resort, shoppers can take a style based on traditional Chinese vessels in the 17th century to build a small wooden boat, playing in an indoor canal.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore has more than 2,500 luxury rooms, located in the city center location to make the most of the rooms to a bird's eye view over the city center of Singapore or the tranquil sea. As many as 18 kinds of room types, including a broad vision of the horizon room Orchid Suites, Gulf Suites, Ferrero Rocher, Suite Lion City Suite, Presidential Suite. Singapore Marina Bay Sands Hotel rooms are located in more than 22 layers, at the same time enjoy the the Singapura beauty or serene ocean, you can also have the excellent privacy.

Subway and bus

The new bus routes reach many major subway station in Singapore, Singapore Marina Bay Sands Hotel can be easily reached by public transport.
The Link (walking): Promenade MRT Station exports by the public road next to the footpath from the the promenade came from this station, walk 10 minutes.

  • Link (bus): Promenade MRT Station exports from outside the station, located in the the Temasek Road (Temasek Avenue) bus station take the public buses (SBS 133, SBS 97, SBS 97e, SMRT 106).
  • North-south line: Waterfront Bay MTR exit from the bus stop outside the station by public buses (SBS 133, SBS 97, SBS 97e, SMRT 106)
  • North-South Line: Raffles Place MRT station exit, can tower by public bus (SBS 97)