July 1-4, 2011
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

Developed by Las Vegas Sands, one of the world’s biggest and foremost gaming companies, MBS is a landmark that symbolizes Singapore and distinguishes it from other neighboring cities. It’s iconic Infinity pool, situated 57 storeys above the ground, is an awe-inspiring engineering wonder.

Marina Bay Sands

MBS' renowned Infinity Pool

The view was breathtaking!

The platform itself is said to be longer than the Eiffel tower laid down and is also considered the largest outdoor pool in the world at 650ft up. Its size equals three times the length of an Olympic pool!

According to an article posted online, The ยฃ4billion hotel makes it the world’s most expensive hotel ever built.๐Ÿ™‚

Hotel Lobby and Restaurant

My breakfast

The view from our Hotel Room. Perfect, Isn't it?

Sun bathing with Kaye and Nikki

Bogs enjoying the view

With the whole gang

With Nikki, Kaye and Ria

At the farthest side, near the kiddie pool.

At the jacuzzi area

Jacuzzi at MBS Skypark

The SkyBar, perched above the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark observation deck, is considered the perfect hangout from which to survey the world below. Behold the panoramic view of Singapore’s skyscrapers! Haha

Singapore Skyline

The Iconic Infinity Pool at night - 57 storeys above the ground

Me and my MBA friends enjoying the view. From L-R: Macky Dinio, Kaye Olivar, Dionne Chua, Ria Abendan, Nicole Santiago and Me

Night swimming with my girl friends

A spectacular view of the city's skyscrapers. Perfect lighting.

Perfect view!

BPs - Cy and Ria

Cy and his Japanese Black Beer

Bogs, Macky and Cy at KU DE TA

At MBS Skybar

Party Rock is in the House TONIGHT!

How to get there?

If you are coming directly from Changi Airport, the best way is to board the 24-hour complimentary MBS shuttle bus service for in-house hotel guests. You may board the shuttle service at the coach bay areas of the respective airport terminals which will bring you to the MBS coach terminal.

Or, you may board the MRT train by SMRT from any of the stations island-wide in Singapore. The nearest stations to Marina Bay Sands are Promenade station (CC4), Marina Bay station (NS27)and Raffles Place station (NS26). From these stations, you may then choose to take the public bus service or walk for a short distance to the premise.

Will post more photo journals soon!



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