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Traveling to Singapore to discover these 7 exciting attractions in Marina Bay

Gardens by the Bay, Sea Lion Park, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Singapore Flyer,… are just some of many tourist attractions to visitors.

1. Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Marina Bay Sands Skypark is designed as a yacht located on three skyscrapers. The top of the yacht is a good place to contemplate the night view of Marina Bay. Guests can purchase the ticket with the price of SGD 23 SGD for adult and SGD 12 for children, then take the elevator to the 56th floor of the building in less than 10 seconds and there you can enjoy the scenic views below.

If you are lucky enough to stay in the Marina Bay Sands Hotel for one night, you will be able to relax in the yacht’s swimming pool, and enjoy a really refreshing moment immersing in the water.


Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

Opening hours: 10 am – 10 pm

Address: No. 10 Bayfront Boulevard, Marina Bay Sands

2. Marina Bay Sands Casino

With the surface up to 15,000 square meters, this casino was built in 2012 and is located in Marina Bay Sands. When entering the Casino, you’ll see more than 500 gaming tables with a variety of jackpots and electronic poker screens.

Because there’s no need to pay any fee to enter the casinos here, that’s why, in fact, not all visitors come here to participate in the gambles, most of them take a look around or try their luck at some smaller games.


The casinos here are very beautiful and modern

Opening hours: 24 hours every day

Address: No. 10 Bayfront Boulevard, Singapore 018956

3. Art and Science museum

With its lotus-shaped design, the Art and Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands is a premier destination for the most famous exhibitions in the world. The museum has 21 galleries with “awesome” artifacts that will take visitors to an innovative interactive experience.


The unique architecture of Art and Science museum

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm

Address: No. 6 Bayfront Boulevard, Singapore 018974

4. Sea Lion Park

Merlion Park is a scenic location on the edge of Marina Bay, in One Fullerton, near the Central Business District (CBD). This 2,500-square-meter park perhaps is best known for its lion-head statue in its center. Due to the wide panorama of the city, this waterfront park has become a tourist attraction that attracts millions of visitors each year when coming to Singapore.


There’s no way tourists can ignore this place in their Singapore tour

Open time: 24 hours

Address: No. 1 Fullerton Road

5. Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer was launched in 2008 with a height of 165m, including 28 air-conditioned cabins, each can accommodate 28 people. This flyer even has special cabins which are suitable for disabled guests in wheelchairs. Located on Marina Bay, from the top of Singapore Flyer, you will be overwhelmed by the stunning view of Singapore.


The huge Singapore Flyer

Opening hours: 08:30 am – 10:30 pm

Address: No. 30 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039803

6. Esplanade Theater

If Sydney is well-known for its famous Shell Opera House, Singaporeans are extremely proud of their unique durian-shape theater. Situated on an area of 6 hectares, on Marina Bay, the Esplanade is a complex of performing arts venues: theaters, concert halls, art galleries, theaters, fashion shows, studios,…


The unique shape of Esplanade Theater

Opening hours: 08:00 – 02:00

Address: No. 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981

7. Watching Wonder Full – the performance of light and water music

The light and water music show at Marina Bay Sands Casino Resort attracts many visitors each year. Every day, there are 2 performances at 20h and 21h30, with additional performances at 23h for 3 days of the weekend. The show lasting 13 minutes with many special performances of light and water music will definitely make visitors overwhelmed by its beauty.


The magnificent performance of light and water music here

Address: Can be seen from anywhere in Marina Bay.

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