The extravagant casino at Marina Bay was built and designed by the best in the business – and it shows. With over 2300 slot machines and 550 gaming tables spread out over four levels, it’s nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Open all day every day, it is also home to the world’s largest chandelier, which weighs over seven tons – well worth a look, even if you’re not interested in trying your luck at gambling.
Make sure you spruce up a little if you’re planning a visit. Just like at the casino on Sentosa Island, a strict dress code applies here.
Take in the world-famous view of Singapore’s skyline from MBS Skypark and you’ll feel on top of the world.
Large enough to park over four A380 jumbo jets, the SkyPark is home to tantalising bars and restaurants, gorgeous gardens and the world’s longest elevated swimming pool.
Open to the public, the SkyPark observation deck offers views beyond belief. If you’re game enough to look straight down, you’ll see the luscious and beautiful Gardens by the Bay directly below. Head up here for a cocktail at sunset for the start of an unforgettable evening.
Marina Bay Shoppes
Put on your designer shoes and pack your credit card; The Shoppes at Marina Bay are not for the faint-hearted. Like the rest of the complex, this place is frequented by the world’s upper crust. You’ll find them blissfully parading through the 300+ stores and boutiques with names like Gucci, Dior, Chanel and Prada on the door.
If your feet get tired, you can always ride a sampan (Chinese gondola) through the canal that runs through the length of this 93,000 square metre retail oasis. Or maybe take a seat and enjoy a sumptuous meal at one of the five restaurants, featuring celebrity chefs like Tetsuya Wakuda, Mario Batali and Wolfgang Puck.
In the mood for more shopping? Head to Suntec City. One of the largest shopping malls in Singapore, it’s less than a five minute drive from Marina Bay