There are several goods spots to enjoy Singapore’s skyline.
Compared to ION Sky Observation Deck or Pinnacle, for instance, entrance to the MBS Observation Deck is quite expensive (23 SGD). I believe it’s worth the price though. Besides, I promised myself to go up after passing the PhD qualifying exam.
The design of MBS hotel never stops delighting me.
The observation deck is located at the 57th floor of the hotel. The access is provided through Tower 3 starting from 9.30 am.
The stunning views of the Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, Marina Bay and Marina Barrage.
Singapore Flyer (public observation wheel) and Benjamin Sheares Flyover.
From left to right: The Float (floating stadium), Helix Bridge (footbridge modelled on DNA structure), Youth Park, Bayfront Avenue, Benjamin Sheares Flyover, Singapore Flyover and Formula 1 pit building behind.
Another breathtaking perspective: Marina Bay and the Central Business District with the elegant 1928 Fullerton Hotel on the right and Boat Quay behind.
And here comes the famous Infinity Pool (top left). The entrance is restricted to hotel residents.
Flower-shaped ArtScience Museum, The Float, and durian-shaped Esplanade theatre and concert hall.
At the bottom of ArtScience Museum with the Fullerton Hotel in the background.
Marina Bay is a unique place that emits energy any time of the day.