Skypark at Marina Bay Sands

EXTRA-ORDINARY DAY ~ CHRISTMAS 2011

Skypark at Marina Bay Sands
After attending the 11am mass today, we re-visited Marina Bay Sands and decided to explore the Skypark.

Stretching longer than the Eiffel tower laid down or four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets, with an impressive 12,400 square meters of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people. The gravity-defying cantilever is one of the largest of its kind in the world. From this privileged observation deck, hundreds of visitors at a time can feast their eyes on the unforgettable panorama view of Singapore. ~ http://www.marinabaysands.com/ Click here for complete information.


Skypark at Marina Bay Sands 
We purchased promotional tickets for the Skypark and Art Science Museum and saved a few bucks.

Skypark at Marina Bay Sands
Skypark is at the 56th and 57th floor, it was very windy and the sky was gray when we came.


Skypark at Marina Bay Sands
There is a guided tour in the infinity pool but we did not book because all the timings are fully-booked except for 9pm. With Baby Gian, we can't stay that long.


Skypark at Marina Bay Sands
We stayed at the observation deck for less than an hour because we haven't taken our lunch. There is a restaurant called Ku De Ta at the deck but the food is way too expensive for us, more or less S$100++ per person. (++ stands for addional 7% GST and 10% service charge)

Below are Singapore landmarks seen from the observation deck:


1) The Esplanade - twin durian-shaped building.



3) Crystal Pavillions - 2nd largest Louis Vuitton store


7) Marina Barrage


8) The Fullerton Hotel,  9) Merlion Park and 10) Singapore River


11) Art Science Museum, 12) Helix Bridge and 13) Float @ Marina Bay/Youth Olympics Park


14) The ongoing construction of Gardens by the Bay. We are looking forward to the opening of this one. According to the news, there will be international flowers to be showcased in this garden like tulips. I can't wait!

We are supposed to see Sentosa Island, Batam Island in Indonesia and Kusu Island among others but the gloomy weather didn't let us. For complete list of what you will see, click here.

4 comments:

  1. it's look scary looking from where Kyla is, thanks goodness for the glass wall, otherwise, it would be very hard to look down, so glad to see your family having another wonderful time exploring the joys from around your home sweet home Che. Merry Christmas.

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  2. Dropping by to say hello and to greet you happy holidays! Pa-kiss baby Gian. Muah!

    Gusto ko na talagang makapunta sa SG, kasama pa rin sya sa wishlist ko. Sana by 2012 matupad na :)

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  3. My wish to you is late since postmen never works during holidays.

    Merry Christmas, and have a successful 2012.

    Who cares, 21-12-2012.

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