High atop the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, you’ll found a swimming pool not for the faint at heart, or those suffering from vertigo. Welcome to the world’s longest, elevated pool. Jump in and don’t be afraid–it is only an illusion that you feel like you’re going to plummet to your death. The “vanishing edge” that gives this illusion is also seen in the adjacent spa, part of the the hotel’s SkyPark complex (which includes parks, gardens, restaurants, a bar, and a nightclub).
Considered one of the most spectacular hotels in Singapore and maybe the world, Marina Bay Sands provides its visitors with a plethora of attractions. Among these, the 1 ha sky terrace on the roof captures all the attention and for good reason. The amazing SkyPark has the world’s longest elevated pool (191 m above the ground), an observatory deck, a series of delightful lush gardens as well as some elegant restaurants and nightclubs.
Sky on 57, Singapore-Marina Bay Sands is one of Singapore’s most famous buildings, thanks to the three hulking towers linked by a rooftop terrace of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and a massive infinity pool. But of all the options, we love Sky on 57 for celeb chef Justin Quek’s Asian fusion fare paired with 360 sights across the Pacific to Malaysia. Try the squid ink xiao long bao stuffed with baby abalone, blue swimmer crab and Iberico ham.
CÉ LA VI SINGAPORE If having the perfect view of Marina Bay Sands isn’t enough, why not check out CÉ LA VI. With a restaurant, club, and rooftop bar, this is an incredible spot to see Singapore from an entirely new angle. Offering panoramic views and a dedication to the finest cocktails, this is a must-stop for any visitors looking to experience some of Singapore’s finest boozy views.
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