MARINA BAY SANDS
Just coming off the celebration of 50 years of independence in 2015, Singapore is looking more impressive than ever. With its three soaring towers straddled by a giant ship, architect Moshe Safdie’s Marina Bay Sands hotel has redefined the city skyline.
Sadly, only hotel residents can use the dazzling rooftop infinity pool, but there are plenty of other reasons to swing by, even if you haven’t booked a room.
Exquisite views can be had from the Skypark observation deck and Ku De Ta lounge 57 stories up, while the lobby features several fantastic art pieces, such as Sol Le Witt’s delightfully colorful Wall Drawing #917,“Arcs and Circles,”mounted behind reception in Tower One.
The adjoining Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands – not to mention the casino – beg a longer visit.