Marina Bay Sands 

A 21st Century icon

A genuine city landmark with a world-famous SkyPark where you can take a dip 57 storeys above the Singapore Marina.

Although only in its second decade, it’s hard to imagine the Singapore city skyline before the three-towers and sweeping SkyPark of Marina Bay Sands. This is a destination within a destination; there are more than 60 restaurants, an astonishing number of bars, lounges and nightclubs, and the futuristic ArtScience Museum. The unquestionable highlight however is the record-breaking infinity pool that spans the towers and is exclusively for the use of hotel guests. We’re sold.

Why we love Marina Bay Sands

  • The infinity pool at SkyPark is the world’s largest elevated body of water and is just for hotel guests

  • There are over 60 restaurants serving cuisine from all corners of the globe, four of which are run by celebrity chefs

  • The rooms are contemporary, light-filled and have views of the sea, the city or (our favourite), the Gardens by the Bay

  • There’s a focus on physical, mental and emotional wellbeing; try one of the classes from sound meditation to Soul Flow up on the observation deck

5 stars
Feb - Aug
13 hours
Approx. 20 minutes' transfer from Singapore airport



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This is a foodie’s absolute paradise. There’s a who’s who list of celebrity chefs and a what’s hot when it comes to cuisines here. The choice is seemingly endless – below is just a sample of the venues throughout the Marina Bay Sands complex; however, there are plenty of other options as well as a whole host of bars and nightclubs including the jaw-dropping Cé La Vie Skybar Lounge & Club Lounge. This lofty spot has views for days and DJs playing electronica genres that only add to the ultra-modern vibes that permeate through the city.

Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer
Serving award-winning burgers, exceptional milk shakes and craft beers.

Bread Street Kitchen by Gorden Ramsay
Located on the waterfront, this is the place for classic British dishes including fish and chips and Sunday roasts with all the trimmings – Ramsay style.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck
The only Michelin-starred steakhouse in Singapore, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has created a menu using prized cuts of beef including Kagoshima wagyu and Hokkaido snow beef.

KOMA Singapore
Using seasonal ingredients from Japan, the dishes created here, such as the delicate salmon pillow, are artistically presented by the chefs. There’s also an over-sized sushi bar and an extensive sake list.

Lavo Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
With extensive city views from its 57th storey location, this award-winning Italian American restaurant is also a great place for evening cocktails when the city lights up below.

Maison Boulud by Daniel Boulud
The cuisine of the French Riviera is brought to the waterfront by Chef Daniel Boulud.

Mott 32 Singapore
Serving authentic Chinese cuisine with a modern twist, the award-winning Mott 32 uses ethically sourced ingredients in its menus.

Origin + Bloom
This is the place for gourmet sandwiches, salad bowls, frothy coffees and salted chocolate orange cake.

Renku Bar & Lounge
Indulge in the three-tiered afternoon tea of temptations or listen to live music entertainment as you enjoy evening drinks and snacks.

Rise Restaurant
The international buffet restaurant with live cooking stations open for breakfast, weekend lunches and dinner.

Spago Bar & Lounge
This colonial-style rooftop setting offers an all-day bar menu, sharing platters and cocktails by the carafe.

Spago Dining Room by Wolfgang Puck
The first international opening of the popular Beverly Hills restaurant. Three-course set menus are available for lunch or dinner or take your pick from the à la carte options.

Waku Ghin by Tetsuya Wakunda
This two-Michelin-starred restaurant highlights the finest Japanese regional cuisine. There’s a private Sushi Room for four people and degustation menus.

Punjab Grill
‘Shun’ is the Japanese philosophy of eating seasonal ingredients when they are at their best. Combine this with French cooking techniques and you are in for a treat.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Fried chicken using a 100-year-old family recipe, lobster and shrimp rolls and smoked ribs are just some of the items on the menu at this classic American diner at the waterfront.

Treat yourself to the Royal High Tea at Angelina café or enjoy snacks and drinks throughout the day.

Canton Paradise
Wok-fried dishes and dim-sum are a popular choice at this Chinese restaurant.

Sen of Japan
This casual Japanese restaurant is the place for sushi, sashimi and bento sets.

At Wakunda Restaurant & Bar, you can work your way through the 13-course sushi experience.

Located on the 55th floor, you’ll find the tranquil setting of the Banyan Tree Spa. Indulge in the 150-minute Royal Banyan signature treatment, an orchid body scrub or a vitamin C facial. Sound meditation, yoga, muay Thai and Pilates lessons take place at the Sands Skypark.

Browse the 170 boutiques at The Shoppes at Marina Bay before watching the sun set over the city from SkyPark Observation Deck. Each evening, ‘Spectra – A Light & Water Show’ tells the history of Singapore through a choreographed fountain and laser show. The entertainment continues at The Sands Theatre with a regular schedule of concerts by some of the world’s best musicians and musicals come straight from Broadway.

The world’s largest rooftop infinity pool stretches above the city skyline. This architectural wonder has rapidly become one of Singapore’s most iconic sights and only for the exclusive use of guests of the Marina Sands Bay.

Using the latest technology, Marine Bay Sands is constantly reviewing its sustainability practices. Room control units have been installed to minimise energy use, water usage has been reduced and, in collaboration with Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) Singapore, they have changed their seafood supply chain. Locally sourced produce and herbs from the hotel’s edible garden are also used in the restaurants.

Whilst there isn’t a children’s play area at the hotel, there is plenty to do for children nearby. The ArtScience Museum has many family-friendly exhibitions and the Sampan rides on the canal are popular.

The Sands Family Suite has two bedrooms – one with a king-size bed and the second with a bunk beds. There’s also a sofa bed in the lounge and kitchenette facilities. Cots can be arranged.

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