Singapore may be a small country, and it’s even possible to see the whole of it in one day, but it is huge in terms of structures and developments, and it seems that the country is not slowing down anytime soon. Aside from the amazing food, great concert venues, and shopping malls, this country has another attraction that will definitely make it a bigger hit among visitors.

One of the most recent developments in Singapore is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, something that could challenge any hotel/casino in the world. Aside from the 2,561 hotel rooms and a 1,300,000-square-foot convention and exhibition centre, this place has facilities that give another definition to the word “luxury.”

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At the Marina Bay in Singapore stands the Marina Bay Sands is an “integrated resort,” which basically translates to being a casino-based resort. It’s said to be valued at $8 billion, which makes it the most expensive standalone casino ever built. Describing this place alone is already enough to impress anyone.

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This hotel is comprised of 55-storey towers connected with a sky terrace (Sands SkyPark) on the roof, which will give guests a 360-degree view of the great Singapore Skyline. What’s in store in this resort today are impressive, world-class features such as a mall (The Shoppes) a museum (ArtScience Museum), and two floating Crystal Pavilions. To top all of these is (literally) a 340-m long SkyPark, which has a swimming pool that could take on all hotel/casino swimming pools any minute.

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The Casino Block has about a thousand gaming tables and 1,400 slot machine. The Shoppes at Marina Sands has luxury shops such as Burberry, Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Hermes, Prada, Valentino, and a lot more.  The Sands Theatre could seat about 1,900 people, and the Grand Theatre could occupy more than 2,000 people. The shows here are also world-class including The Lion King and Cirque Éloize. The restaurants are also notable, two of the most famous ones are the CUT by chef Wolfgang Puck and DB Bistro Moderne by Daniel Boulud.

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Some of the room types featured in the Marina Bay Sands include: The Atrium Rooms, which are impeccably decorated with luxurious, modern design. It has the basic room amenities such as internet access, cable television, ironing board, a work desk, and an in-room safe. Guests in these rooms will also have a great view of the Singapore skyline, which is exceptionally wonderful at night. The Horizon Rooms also have these faculties and more, but they’re located at the higher floors of the hotel, will give another scene: spectacular views of the Marina Bay.

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One of the most notable features of the Marina hotel is the infinity pool, which could either excite or possibly frustrate some people. The infinity pool will indeed make anyone who loves swimming on great landscapes swoon, for it’s absolutely huge (three times the size of an Olympic swimming pool), and it’s one of the best spots in the hotel where one could get a great view of the city. If you’re, however, afraid of heights, you will not really like the fact that this hotel feature could be found at the 55th floor. However, if it’s any consolation, this pool is of course, absolutely safe.

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Do you wish to have a trip where you’ll be spoiled like you’ve never been spoiled before? The Marina Sands Singapore is the place that you must definitely look into. If you’re planning on having a holiday where you can play, dine, shop, and relax to your heart’s content, this is definitely one of the places that must be on your list.

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