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The Marina Bay Sands resort has been standing between the mouth of the Singapore River and the Singapore Strait since 2010. Although the building contains a hotel, restaurants, exhibition spaces, theaters, and a casino, the highlight has to be the rooftop SkyPark. Visitors with a ticket can ride up to the SkyPark to enjoy the views over the city, and if you book tickets in advance then your visit will be particularly cheap and stress-free.
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Top tips

Marina Bay Sands SkyPark from downstairs | Unsplash: Alexander Bickov - CC BY 2.0
Book in advanceYou can buy your ticket to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark on site, however, you can save yourself the queuing if you book the ticket online in advance - also this way you might catch a better price.
Looking up to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark | Photo: Unsplash, Victor He - CC-BY-SA 2.0
Wind and weatherSince the SkyPark is an open panoramic platform, it is exposed to wind and weather and therefore you should bring a rain jacket to be on the safe side. Although umbrellas are allowed you are advised to not use one as it can get quite windy at the top. In case of heavy rain or lightning strikes, the platform might be closed temporarily.
Time of daySince the ambience depends on the time of day we especially recommend the later hours, when the day is coming to an end. On one hand you can watch the sunset from above and on the other you can gaze at the colorful light and water show called Spectra.
Time PlanningKeep in mind that the number of visitors will be especially during the time of Spectra high. Therefore you should ensure enough time to be able to get the very best viewing point. The light and water show takes place daily at 8:00 pm. Tickets to the SkyPark will be sold on site until 8:30pm, with last entrance at 8:50pm. Although there are other late-night Spectra shows, you won't be able to watch them from the platform, as it closes earlier.
Food and BeverageIt is not allowed to take food into the SkyPark, but there are two bars on the observation deck. However, these cannot be reached directly from the observation deck - the entrance to LAVO Italian Restaurant is in the third tower, and via Tower 1 you can reach CÉ LA VI.
Infinity pool on the roof of Marina Bay Sands | Photo: Unsplash, Will Truettner - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Facts and Special Features

The Marina Bay Sands, with its 20-hectare (49-acre) site, has been a Singapore landmark since 2010. The project has cost around 4.6 billion euros - so what makes the attraction so unique?

3 Towers - 1 Hotel

The Marina Bay Sands is one of the most luxurious hotels in the world, which spans over 3 towers, consisting of 55 floors each. The construction, which resembles a stack of playing cards forms the basis for the viewing platform, offers almost 2.500 hotel rooms.

360° View

The hotel columns are complemented by the Sands SkyPark observation deck on the 57th floor, offering one of the most spectacular bird's-eye views in the world. With a length of 340m (1,115 ft), the platform is even longer than the Eiffel Tower stands tall! From above, the far-reaching Gardens by the Bay park area with its eye-catching Supertrees can be viewed and at this height the skyscrapers of Marina Bay can be seen from a completely different perspective.

Swimming 626 Feet Above Sea Level

The infinity pool at Sands SkyPark is probably the icing on the cake. With a length of 146m (480 ft), this pool is the largest and highest outdoor pool in the world. Unfortunately, swimming is reserved for hotel guests only and is therefore not part of your SkyPark ticket.
Marina Bay Sands | Unsplash: Hu Chen - CC BY 2.0

Try More Things

Combine your visit to Sands SkyPark with other attractions at Marina Bay Sands to make your visit unforgettable.

2500 Gambling Machines

The casino, which extends over 3 floors, is also located in this very porch. This makes it the world's largest freestanding casino. Locals are charged SGD 500 for entry, but tourists can get in for free - so remember to bring your passport to be able to visit the casino at no charge.

Yoga over the rooftops of Singapore

The Virgin Active health club offers a special experience on the panoramic platform: outdoor yoga at sunrise. Offered Thursday to Sunday at 7:00 a.m. at a cost of SGD 30, the session must be booked three days in advance and occurs when there are 20 participants.
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands | Photo: Unsplash, Singapore Stock Photos - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Cultural Attractions

The complex also features a theater and museum. Tickets for the ArtScience Museum are SGD 45 per person and can be booked online. This kind of museum, which unites art, science, culture and technology, was the world's first.
The Shoppes Mall - Marina Bay Sands | Photo: Unsplash, Rumman Amin - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Shopping With Class

In addition to the hotel and observation deck, the complex also offers an exclusive shopping mall at the base, featuring a gondola ride and umpteen restaurants. There is even a one and a half hour guided tour for the mall called The Shoppes, which can be booked at Marina Bay Sands at a price of SGD 28. Attractions, architecture and history are explained in detail.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Sands SkyPark barrier-free accessible?

The site has an entrance accessible to wheelchairs. Read more.

How do I get to the elevator?

The entrance to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is located in the third tower, which is the easternmost tower of the hotel. The Sands Theater is located right in front of it. Read more.

Where can I buy my ticket

The ticket can be purchased in the basement of the third tower at the ticket counter or via the self-check-out display. Nevertheless, it is recommended to buy the ticket online in advance to be able to skip the line as the SkyPark tends to be crowded. Read more.

Is it allowed to carry bags and backpacks during the tour?

Only small luggage may be taken onto the SkyPark observation deck, large baggage such as suitcases must be left at the service desk in the foyer of the third tower. Read more.

Whats the validity of the purchased ticket for Marina SkyPark?

The ticket is valid only on the selected day of visit and can be redeemed once. However, the time length of stay on the panorama platform is unlimited. Read more.

What happens in the event of adverse weather with my ticket?

In the event of heavy storms, the viewing platform may be temporarily closed. Visitors who entered the SkyPark less than one hour before are entitled to a refund. Read more.

Are dogs on the SkyPark platform allowed?

No, animals aren’t allowed into the building. An exception is made for certified service dogs. Read more.

Am I allowed to take pictures and videos on the platform?

Videos and photos may be taken for personal purposes, only professional photographic equipment such as tripods are prohibited. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The observation deck of the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark is open daily from 11 am to 9 pm. Last ticket sales and entry at 8.30 pm.


Admission to the SkyPark costs SGD 32 for adults on site. Children under the age of 2 do not require a ticket for the platform.


Children between the ages of 2 and 12, students, as well as people who have a disability card, receive a reduced ticket at a price of SGD 22.


Marina Bay Sands®
10 Bayfront Ave
Singapur 018956

how to get there

Marina Bay Sands can be easily reached by taking the Circle or Downtown lines of the MRT to CE1/DT16 Bayfront Station and then taking exits C and D. The resort is also served by bus numbers 97, 97e, 106, 133, 502, 502A, 518, and 518A. There is also a parking lot at the resort where you can park your car for a fee.
Miriam Dewam
Written byMiriam DewamMiriam is keen on traveling and has a passion for photography, which she can enhance through her cross-media studies. She uses her knowledge as well as first hand experience from diverse travels to help other travellers as a content creator at TicketLens.
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