Step into the world’s leading Fully Integrated Resort
The Promenade MRT station (see the station’s location, indicated as “CC4″ on the upper right of this map) will bring you to about 250 steps close to Marina Bay, which is located at the south of Singapore. Across the bay, separated by a reservoir, is piece of 20-hectare land, on which stands the S$8billion “Integrated Resort” called Marina Bay Sands.
What to see and do
This “Integrated Resorts” comprises:
- The double helix bridge
- Marina Bay Sands Hotel & SkyPark
- Marina Bay Sands Casino
- The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands (a large mall)
- ArtScience Museum
It also houses a skating ring, two theatres, 2 crystal pavilions, a conference-exhibition centre and 7 “celebrity” restaurants, each with its own Michelin chef.
Estimated Touring Time
1.5 hours to 2.5 hours
The best time to visit
The best time to visit is in the morning when the sun is rising and casting its light on the Singapore skyline. In the late afternoon, when the sun is setting, you will have to strain your eyes when you attempt to look at the skyline.
How to get there
When you are getting out of the Promenade train station, make sure you follow the signs that direct you to Temasek Avenue/Millennia Walk exit.
When you get out of the train station, you will be greeted by the Singapore Flyer just across the traffic junction. You will also see the majestic Marina Bay Sands Hotel & SkyPark (as seen on the left in the main picture above).
Cross the traffic junction and walk towards the Skypark. Shortly, you will see the Double Helix bridge appear in front of you. You will also see the sky line appearing across a body of water (Marina South reservoir) on your right.
How to get back
Same way you came from. Hop back onto the circle line!
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