The Sands Sky Garden is a great location to see the panoramic view of Singapore, which is located on the top floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. The legendary net red infinity pool is also on the roof of the Sands Hotel, but only guests staying at the hotel can go to the pool. Non-hotel guests can't go up, and Sky Garden can buy tickets.
Standing in the sky garden, you can enjoy the most beautiful scenery in Singapore. Looking up, the plants are everywhere, the sea is far away, and it is worthy of being a garden city.
The Sands SkyPark on the 57th floor overlooks Singapore's bustling beauty at 360 degrees. Standing on this one-hectare air oasis, there is a feeling of indescribable feelings like the arrival of Singapore. The "Lian Peng" next to it is the Singapore Art Museum. It also shows the teamlab of the global tour. The combination of light and shadow, which is not in Beijing, has been re-played here.
The Sands Sky Garden is located on the 55th floor of the Sands Hotel. It is the "aircraft carrier" at the top of the Sands. The deck is as big as three football fields. The observation deck, which extends out at one end, is the largest public suspension in the world. Opposite the hotel is Singapore's central business district, so this sky garden is also a great place to see Singapore's fascinating landscape.
huge observation deck, a great 360-degree view, as if the entire Singapore can see the bottom of the picture. As the sun gradually descended, the sky began to turn red, and the most beautiful sunset moment finally arrived. The sky in the rainy season is always covered with thick clouds. Although it is difficult to see the sunset of salted egg yolks, you can see the beautiful sunset.
The sun is gradually disappearing in sight, leaving behind a spectacular fire cloud.
Tickets: SGD 23 for adults and SGD 17 for children, free for in-house guests.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 9
The Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore is one of the most expensive hotels in the world and one of the hotels that travellers around the world want to experience. There is a sands and sky garden next to it. If you can't live in the hotel, you can spend 25 Singapore dollars to go to 650 feet (198 meters). I appreciate the beauty and desire to ascend from sunny to sunset.
The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is shaped like a giant 340-meter long surfboard atop the three towers of the hotel. Restaurants and nightclubs provide guests with evening entertainment. Visitors to the SkyPark’s outdoor observation deck are treated to a gorgeous panoramic view of the nearby Indonesian islands, Marina Bay and the sprawling central business district of Singapore. The most amazing thing about the SkyPark is its breathtaking outdoor infinity pool, which is a popular place for guests of the hotel to take memorable photos.