24 hours at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore

24 hours at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore

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Busan Haps Magazine

Opened in 2010 and valued at $4.7 billion dollars, it is noted as the world’s most expensive building. The iconic design, developed by Las Vegas Sands, has transformed the already famous skyline into one of the regions premiere tourist attractions.

Here’s five fun things to do if you’ve got 24 hours to spend in the sprawling resort.



You can experience everything from hawker-style meals in the basement food court, to celebrity chef’s digs like Wolfgang Puck’s “Cut”, “db Bistro” by Daniel Boulud or the sinful Franco-European delights at “Sky on 57″ by Justin Quek.

If you feel like dancing away after you gorge yourself, hit the renowned Avalon and Pangaea nightclubs for some after dinner drinks.


The Marina Bay Sands hosts one of the regions largest collections of the world’s most coveted designers under one roof. Enjoy an afternoon of endless browsing at the shopping malls endless maze of stores.

While you’re shopping at the over 800,000 square feet of retail space, take a break and hit the 6,500 square foot synthetic ice rink to cool down from the summer heat.


Sure, you can take a dip at most luxury hotels — but the Marina Bay Sands takes it to another level. Enjoy a swim in the Infinity Pool which overlooks the stunning city views, located on the lush oasis of the 57th floor.

The 150-meter vanishing edge pool is attached to the largest cantilever observation deck  in the world and is one of the coolest swimming attractions in the world.


Great shows, including Beatlemania and Mamma Mia are scheduled to be held at the Grand Theatre in the coming months, but there is always something fascinating to be seen whether on stage or at the museums.

With a host of international acts coming and going throughout the year, the Grand Theatre seats just over under 2,200 people while the smaller Sands Theatre seats 1,680.


With over 15,000 square meters and four levels of gaming options, the Marina Bay Sands features over 600 gaming tables and 1,500 slot machines. But be sure to bring your passport.

Enjoy your winnings at any of the other facilities on site or at the nearby Universal Studios Theme Park for an exciting 24-hours in Singapore.

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