Shoppers, meanwhile, will have an easier go of it. If you don’t feel like walking from shop to shop there is always the option of hopping on a sampan boat to cruise to the other end of the shopping complex on the mall’s meandering canal.
Hungry during your stay? You could spend almost an entire week eating dinner at restaurants featuring the work of celebrity chefs – without eating at the same place twice. With six such restaurants occupying the hotel grounds these iconic eateries highlight a complex that houses over 14 fine dining establishments and 20 smaller places to grab a bite to eat. There also aren’t any shortages of late-night venues where partygoers can either chill out poolside to the beats of international deejays spinning trendy house music, or disappear deep inside one of the two nightclubs springing from the crystal pavilions which seem to float effortlessly on the waters of the bay.
Decadent in its luxury and catering to those with a lavish lifestyle, there truly is nothing in Singapore—and possibly the world—quite like the Marina Bay Sands.