Swim on top of the world at Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

The other day, I spent my afternoon at Ku De Ta Club Lounge. I saw the famous infinity pool and my God, it is gorgeous! So, when I heard that my College Professor and his family has a room in MBS, I sucked in some guts to invite myself in for few hours of pool loving. It was also a good way to unwind after a few days of sightseeing in Singapore.

Each room is issued the key cards based on the number of occupants registered on the reservation, up to a maximum of 3 Key Cards per room, including children at the age of 12 and above.

No key card, no entry. If you want to push it, you have to pay S$110 each additional key card.

Infinity Pool MBS 2 - Copyright Travelosio
Infinity Pool MBS - Copyright Travelosio

I totally enjoyed the thrill of their famous Sky Park and Infinity Pool dangling high above the city at 140 M on the 57th floor.

Needless to say, views from way up there are simply incredible, at all times of day and night.

Particularly spectacular are Singapore’s neighboring skyscrapers rimming Marina Bay.

Reminder: Sands SkyPark Infinity Pool is for Marina Bay Sands Hotel Guests only.

8 responses to “Swim on top of the world at Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool”

  1. Spectacular, but you wouldn’t want to be afraid of heights! Lol


    1. Haha it’s alright though. There is a safety gutter for about 3 floors down. Also, you might not see it in pictures but some areas have glasses about 1 meter high 🙂 Perfectly safe 😉


      1. Glad to hear. Might still make me feel a bit queasy, but definitely worth it for the experience! Would be a great way to pass the time during a lay over.


  2. I’m sure the views are fantastic, but I’m also sure I’d get vertigo if I went too near the edge!

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    1. Ahhh, don’t worry it’s totally safe 😉


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