Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore

Top 10 Far East Destinations You Must Visit in Your Lifetime

Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore #singapore #travel

Great Escapes: 10 Breathtaking Hotel Pools

the famous infinity pool atop Marina Bay Sands. the pool is only available to hotel guests but you can pay a fee to go up and see the singapore skyline from the rooftop garden. alternatively you could grab a drink at rooftop bar ce la vi (previously 'ku de ta) and get the exact same view.

KU DE TA Singapore is the coolest and stunning rooftop lounge and restaurant in the world. On the floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Casino SkyPark, features the most spectacular 360 degrees views of Singapore, including a beyond real infinity pool.

Surf and Sand Hotel - Laguna Beach, CA. I love this place, just had cocktails outside, while watching the sunset over the Pacific ocean. Beautiful!

Surf and Sand Hotel (Laguna Beach, CA) Visit at Surf and Sand Resort S.) for Microbrews & Munchies: Sample craft beers and snack on gourmet munchies from 4 to

The Infinity Pool in the Sky   On the 57th storey of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore

marina bay sands skypark infinity pool singapore 57 storys high - Could you imagine swimming here?

Breathtaking view of the iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel and magical Gardens by the Bay, SingaporeAmazing shot taken by: @leobunggo

Breathtaking view of the iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel and magical Gardens by the Bay, Singapore💖Amazing shot taken by:

The "White Sands Hotel" from Anne of Green Gables and Road to Avonlea, Prince Edward Island

The "White Sands Hotel" from Anne of Green Gables and Road to Avonlea, Prince Edward Island - built 1897 as a summer cottage by Alexander MacDonald, Standard Oil

Marina Bay Reflection. | See More Pictures the big "ship" float in the air, it is pretty beautiful because it looks like live in a magic world.

Marina Bay Sands Skypark Gallery

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore - Interesting shape: An Integrated Resort fronting Marina Bay in Singapore. Developed by Las Sands, it is billed as the world's most expensive standalone casino property at 8 billion dollars, including cost of the prime land.

Pinterest
Search