Sitting on top of the three hotel towers at Marina Bay Sands is a roof like no other – the Sands SkyPark. This 1.2-hectare architectural masterpiece stands 200 metres or 57 levels above ground, and features beautiful gardens, a stunning infinity pool, top-notch restaurants and a giant ticketed observation deck. Offering panoramic 360-degree views of Singapore that will never be forgotten, the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck also gives visitors the opportunity to learn about the SkyPark’s construction via an audio guide. The spectacular landscaped gardens located atop the Sands SkyPark is spread across 12,400 square metres and features around 250 trees and over 600 plants. Those visiting the SkyPark will be able to savour it and the breathtaking views even longer by dining at one of the four fantastic restaurants found here. Souvenirs of Marina Bay Sands and Singapore can be bought at the Sands Skypark Shop, and visitors staying at the hotel can enjoy a swim in the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world!
SkyPark Observation Deck Adult: S$23 Child (2 - 12 yrs): S$17 Senior Ticket (Above 65 yrs and above): $ 20.00
Monday - Thursday: from 9:30am to 10pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9:30am to 11pm
Around 1 hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
Singapore’s memorable cityscape, the infinity pool and the lush gardens
Marina Bay Sands, as well as the Sands SkyPark do not have prayer facilities for Muslim visitors. Muslims visiting the attraction may however be able to find a secluded place to pray at the attraction, or they can visit one of the many mosques in Singapore, such as; Masjid Al-Abrar, Masjid Jamae and Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka.
As mentioned above, Sands SkyPark is home to four restaurants. Unfortunately, these restaurants do have bars, and are not known to be Halal certified. Muslim visitors can however dine on the Halal food offered at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Beanstro or 1983 A Taste of Nanyang, both of which are located at the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.