Marina Bay Sands
It is considered to be one of the most luxurious resorts situated by Marina Bay in the beautiful city of Singapore. It opened for people in 2010 and has since then seen millions of guests and tourists. It is also the most costly Casino properties that has ever been built, billed at 8 billion which is inclusive of the land cost. The Resort plays host to guests from 2561 rooms and suites. The Resort boasts of having the world’s largest gaming space of 160,000 square feet. Some of the signature attractions of Marina Bay Sands include the futuristic sands sky park, the bay floral, marina bay club, marina bay sands art path, the wonderful art science museum. The Resort is not just about accommodation and signature attraction but is also about recreation and 8 lakh square feet convention and exhibition centre which hosts several business meetings and event throughout the year. The rooms feature full sized floor to ceiling windows allowing you to gaze at the breath taking view of the magnificent skyline of Singapore. The staff here is multi lingual and will be more than happy to give you more information about some of the less heard of landmarks here!
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If you are a foodie you will be treated to cuisines from all corners of the world prepared by celebrity chefs. The two signature attractions at Marina Bay Sands are the world’s largest Casino with 600 tables and 1700 slot machines and the other is a legendary sky park which is about 1120 feet high and can cater to 4000 people. It has an ever ending pool at a height that you cannot imagine. The credits for designing this wonderful architectural marvel have to be given to MOSHE SAFDIE Architects.
You can hop into Bus Nos. 97, 106, 518, 133, 502 to reach Marina Bay Sands.
Singapore Botanic Garden
A 158 year old landscape located right in the middle of the main shopping area of Singapore. It is the only tropical garden that has the UNESCO World Heritage site tag to it. The garden has several accolades and has also been declared ‘Garden of the year 2012’. Founded in 1859 by the then Agri-Horticultural Society. It is the only garden in the world that is open from 5:00 am to 12:00 am 365 days of the year. Spanning across 83 hectares of land and over 11000 species of Flora and Fauna the Botanic Garden boasts about 5.4 million tourists annually. Visiting the Garden is completely free. The garden is surrounded by Holland Road, Cluny Road and Bukit Timah Road. The most signature attraction of the Botanic Garden is the National Orchid Garden. However, it has an entry fee. The Garden also features a tropical rain forest spread across 6 hectares of land. Just beside the National Orchid Garden is the famous Ginger Garden.
You can hop into Bus Nos. 75, 77, 106, 7, 105, 123, 174 and 564 to reach Singapore Botanic Gardens.