The eye-catching design of Marina Bay Sands intrigues everyone who visits the bay. Three 55-storey, differently shaped sloping towers, designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, are topped by the Sands SkyPark – a boat-like structure that sits across the three buildings and, at 200 metres above sea level, is home to a 150m, vertigo-inducing infinity pool, gardens, bars, fine-dining restaurants such as Spago by Wolfgang Puck, bars and an observation deck.
An engineering marvel, the buildings are part of an integrated resort that takes up a large part of the bay area and includes The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands that has a canal running through it, ten celebrity chef restaurants, the stunning ArtScience museum and numerous bars and nightclubs.
Aside from the impressive architecture, and integrated within it, 11 massive, site-specific art installations create an awe-inspiring Art Path that lifts the spirits and intrigues the eyes with the thrilling aesthetics that help make the Marina Bay Sands such a magnet for visitors day in and day out. While use of the pool in the SkyPark is the privilege of hotel guests only, the public art is designed to inspire everyone.
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
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