Actually, we are one of those tourists who always strive to reasonably save on housing - why pay extra if you only get a little sleep at the hotel. But this time we decided to spend one of 4 nights in Singapore in the famous Marina Bay Sands, after all MBS is a very interesting tourist attraction.
Minus - only one - expensive. One night in MBS cost us about the same as three nights spent in another hotel, simpler and further from the center (about 400 SGD).
But there are quite a few pluses.
1. The upper deck of the MBS is an excellent observation deck. And if you don't live at MBS, the 40 minute walk up will cost you around S $ 20 per person. And I want to see from a height and at night, and at sunset, and at dawn city. For the MBS guest, this option is available around the clock.
2. Pool on the upper deck. The area around the pool is accessible only with the key of the guest. In addition to the pool, there is still a good cafe, several jacuzzis with amazing views, a relaxation area.
3. Location. The area around MBS - solid attractions of Singapore. And if you are tired of walking a couple of tens of kilometers on foot, examining them, you can literally return to the hotel in 10-15 minutes to relax.
4. Shopping center (for those interested in shopping) with cool food courts (for those interested in trying a variety of East Asian cuisine) - in the basement floors of MBS.
the room, by the way, looks pretty simple, but very comfortable
the view from the balcony will certainly be wonderful: either towards the ocean and gardens (like ours) or towards downtown
view of MBS in the daytime from below - up
this is what the "upper deck" looks like
and views from her
night view of Cloud Forest and Flower Dome
view of Cloud Forest and Flower Dome in the morning at dawn
one of the symbols of Singapore - Merlion
swimming pool on the upper deck in the afternoon
early in the morning
and at night (the pool is closed at 22-00, and opens, it seems, at 6 in the morning)
and this is one of the jacuzzi baths with a stunning view
in gardens Gardens By The Bay
flower clock and dome Cloud Forest
several petrified trees can be seen in the gardens
inside the Cloud Forest: there is a waterfall falling right from under the dome, a multi-storey path laid among cascades of tropical plants
museum of minerals
magnifiers to look at busy little things
and it’s already under the Flower Dome. Baobab grove.
and goodbye: sunrise from our balcony