Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool
Marina Bay Sands Hotel is probably one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Singapore. Anyone who comes to Singapore for business or for leisure undoubtedly would want to visit the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. In fact, in some points, some tourists book the hotel just for the pool experience.

Surreal but literally real, the pool looks like one could almost fall off where the water meets the edge. But the pool just looks out of this world, it’s totally worth taking the risk. Once in the pool and looked over the edge, it is actually fine. There’s a double layer of safety and literally no way anyone could fall off. (Now that’s engineering!)

Facing the Marina Bay of Singapore, the pool allows pool-goers to watch the beautiful and exceptional sunset and sunrise in addition to the breathtaking panoramic view of the city’s skyline. Gazing at the glittering city-skyline from above, one would enjoy that top-of-the-world feeling. Taking photos of the wonderful view is definitely worth the camera risk. One could easily see why the pool has become absolutely iconic and made rounds of good advertising online.

Afraid of height? Well, the unique and fabulous experience to swim in the world’s highest infinity pool will made you conquer your huge fear of heights. Being on top and overlooking the city, one could tell that Singapore is small, compact and neat but with so much bustling of energy going on.

For those who simply would just want to be there and don’t feel like going into the pool, Marina Bay Sands Hotel has few bars and restaurants to enjoy too.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel of course is pricey but it’s totally worth it. Many who have been there would love to repeat the experience and explore more of what Marina Bay Sands could offer.

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Surreal but literally real, the pool looks like one could almost fall off where the water meets the edge. But the pool just looks out of this world, it’s totally worth taking the risk. Once in the pool and looked over the edge, it is actually fine. There’s a double layer of safety and literally no way anyone could fall off. (Now that’s engineering!)