On 24 June 2010, the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark will be open to the public. SkyPark, the S$150 million crown jewel of Marina Bay Sands Singapore, offers visitors a 360-degree spectacular and splendid view of the Singapore city skyline and the Marina Bay seafront.
Sitting on top of the 55-story Marina Bay Sands, the curved, surfboard-shaped SkyPark houses a tropical garden consists of 250 trees and 650 plants, the 150m infinity pool (the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height) and jacuzzi tubs, a variety of restaurants, bars and shops.
Check out the panoramic view from the top in the video below.
Tickets are priced at $20, $14 and $17 for adult, child and senior citizen admissions respectively. The $20 adult ticket costs less than the Singapore Flyer’s (S$29.50 for adult admission).
So, what are you waiting for, be the first the go up the SkyPark and enjoy breathtaking views of the Singapore like never before. There are limited number of standard price tickets that can be booked for entry on 24 June 2010 after 6.30pm to see the sunset from one of the most incredible viewpoints. From 25 June 2010 onwards, SkyPark tickets can be purchased in person from the box office located at Hotel Lobby tower 3.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, 22 June 2010, one day before the grand opening of Marina Bay Sands, Singapore’s Minister Mentor (MM) Lee Kuan Yew visited the integrated resorts. On his first official visit to Singapore’s second integrated resort, Mr Lee was guided through an extended tour by Sheldon Adelson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Las Vegas Sands. Find out what MM Lee thinks of the Marina Bay Sands in the video below.