Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck

Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck

Marina Bay Sands is renowned for its unique and innovative architecture. Its three towers are connected by a massive rooftop SkyPark, which stands out as a landmark against the city’s skyline. The design itself is a sight to behold and has won numerous awards for its creativity.

Marina Bay Sands is home to one of the world’s most famous infinity pools, which is exclusively available to hotel guests. If you stay at the hotel, you’ll have the chance to swim in this remarkable pool that appears to merge with the horizon, providing a surreal and luxurious experience.

Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck

You can see this iconic building from Merlion Park and even in Gardens By the Bay. However, we were told there is an observation deck that is open to everyone. When we got to the ticketing office we noticed that the prices were higher compared to Klook deals. So, we immediately booked online. Below is the link to the deal if you are interested.

BOOK via KLOOK – Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck Ticket

How much does it cost to go to the top of Marina Bay Sands? On-the-spot ticketing office price.

Family Package 2 Adults & 2 ChildrenS$98

Skypark Observation Deck

After purchasing our ticket online. We presented it to the counter but they said we could head directly to the entrance with it. So we did. From my friend’s phone, the guy from the entrance scanned all our codes from Klook and instructed us to head to the elevator. It was a smooth transaction and process. In less than 5 minutes we were already at the observation deck.

The SkyPark offers some of the most breathtaking panoramic views of Singapore. From this vantage point, you can enjoy unobstructed vistas of the city, including landmarks like the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer, and the ArtScience Museum.

The views are particularly captivating during sunset and at night when the city lights up. We stayed here from 4 pm to 7 pm.

How to get to Marina Bay Sands?

The most suitable option for you depends on your preferences, budget, and the amount of luggage you have. Taxis are the most convenient and direct, while the MRT is a cost-effective option if you’re comfortable with public transportation. Regardless of your choice, reaching Marina Bay Sands from Changi Airport is relatively straightforward.

1. Taxi:
Taxis are readily available at Changi Airport. This is one of the most convenient options, especially if you have luggage. Simply head to the taxi stand, and there will be a queue of taxis waiting.
Inform the driver that you want to go to Marina Bay Sands. The journey typically takes around 20-30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.
2. MRT (Mass Rapid Transit):
Take the East-West Line (Green Line) from Changi Airport MRT Station (located within the airport) and head towards Tanah Merah MRT Station.
Transfer to the Downtown Line (Blue Line) at Tanah Merah MRT Station.
Alight at Bayfront MRT Station, which is the nearest MRT station to Marina Bay Sands.
From Bayfront Station, you can follow the signs to Marina Bay Sands. It’s about a 10-15 minute walk through an underground pedestrian walkway.
3. Airport Shuttle Service:
Changi Airport offers shuttle services to various hotels and attractions, including Marina Bay Sands. Check with the airport’s information desk for details on available shuttle services, schedules, and pricing.
4. Private Car or Ride-Sharing Apps:
You can book a private car or use ride-sharing apps like Grab or Uber to get to Marina Bay Sands. These services are readily available at Changi Airport.
While taking a bus is less common for this route, you can check if there are any public buses that connect Changi Airport to Marina Bay Sands. Be sure to have a look at the latest public transportation routes and schedules.

In summary, visiting Marina Bay Sands offers a blend of architectural marvels, spectacular views, entertainment, dining, and cultural experiences. You can definitely enjoy a visit even if you are not booking a room from them, just make sure you go to the Skypark Observation Deck.

If you have questions let me know in the comment section below.

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