What Can You Do at Marina Bay Sands If You’re Not Gambling

Marina Bay Sands is one of the first two integrated resorts build in Singapore with casino facilities. This 8- billion project by Las Vegas Sands holds the world largest casino, that has already brought in billions of dollars in revenue for the company, and of course, economic prosperity for the country.
The Marina Bay Sands project was first built with the inclusion of a casino in mind, and that was what attracted millions of visitors every year. But is there anything else that you can do if you’re not a gambler?

And that is what you’re going to find out here.
Marina Bay Sands is known to be an integrated resort, and not a casino for a reason. It provides entertainment for the whole family, young and old! If you are visiting Singapore, here’s what you have to look out for.
If you haven’t try swimming at 200 meters above ground level, here’s our chance at the swimming pool at the top of Marina Bay Sands hotel. The Sands Skypark feature a 150m long pool, which is considered one of the highest pools in the world. Don’t worry if you’re not a skilled swimmer. Guests who dip into this amazing pool aren’t swimming either! Most are blown away by the scenery form high above!

Don’t like swimming? No fret! You could still enjoy the amazing skyline of the whole of central Singapore, and probably a little beyond, when you tour around the Skypark Observation Deck. If you’re a photography enthusiast, this is where you must definitely go to capture your best shots!
Love shopping? Marina Bay Sands might fulfill your shopping desire with a mega shopping complex, the Shoppes, which feature all the high-end retail brands you can name – Bally, Gucci, Prada, Miu . If you’re a Louis Vuitton fanatic, you would love to visit their very own boutique at the floating platform outside, called the Louis Vuitton Island Maison.

That’s probably not all.
What might excite your children when you’re there at night, is the Wonder Full Light and Water Display Show. It’s a water and light performance with the Singapore city skyline as the backdrop of the show. The show starts every night at certain hours. Check its time so as not to miss it! Best of all, it’s free!
While I can go on sharing all the fun I had touring Marina Bay Sands without stepping foot into its casino and gamble my money away, the best way to experience it is to see it yourself!

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