Thursday, December 12, 2019

5 Must-Visit Highlights of Marina Bay Sands

Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is simply a world of gardens for everyone to own, cherish and enjoy. It has
garnered countless awards and accolades that include the World Building of the Year back in 2012,
the President's Design Award (Singapore) in 2013, and the Largest Glass Greenhouse (Flower Dome)
in the Guinness World Records in 2015, to name a few.

This national garden and premier horticultural attraction for locals and tourists alike, showcases
the plant kingdom in a whole new way. Not only does it entertain, but more importantly, it
educates visitors with plants that are rarely seen in this part of the world. The selection ranges from
species in cool, temperate climates, to tropical habitats and rainforests. 

Art Science Museum

As the name suggests, The ArtScience Museum is where art meets science and a place where
renowned exhibitions that have pushed the boundaries of science, technology and knowledge are
housed. "The Deep"is an exhibition of life in the deep-sea, with the largest collection of abyssal
creatures that were ever displayed in the whole of Southeast Asia. "The Nobel Prize: Ideas
Changing the World", on the other hand, showcases Nobel Prize-awarded efforts that have shaped
and continue to change our world. 

Other exhibitions have also featured a myriad of works from the Arts and creative fields. These
include multimedia art pieces by Eric Valli reflecting the life along the Yangtze River, and a great
insight into animation with DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition.

Digital Light Canvas

Fall into an immersive world as you step beyond the boundaries of physical space here at Digital
Light Canvas. Be in awe as fish gather in the ocean underneath your feet, while crystals light up
overhead. You can also paint calligraphic art using your feet while flowers blossom all around you. 

This digital masterpiece is presented in collaboration with teamLab, the Japanese collective
responsible for Future World: Where Art Meets Science at the ArtScience Museum. 

Sampan Rides
Take your time as you ride leisurely along the Canal at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in this
enchanting Chinese wooden boat ride. 
Be dazzled at the beauty around you while you circle the Rain Oculus. This eco-friendly installation
comprises a 22m-wide acrylic bowl collecting rainwater that fills the Canal. The lucky ones get a
close-up view of the water cascade that comes every hour. There's over 22,000 liters of water that
are released every minute from a skylight that’s two storeys overhead, which makes for quite a
breathtaking sight!

Sands SkyPark Observation Deck

Situated 57 floors up from the heart of the Marina Bay area, the Sands SkyPark Observation deck
prides itself with scenic views of Marina Bay's panoramic vistas and the city's world-class landscape.
Get a bird's eye-view of Gardens by the Bay or the amazing Supertree Grove. You can also admire
the beautiful ocean that stretches from Marina South Pier, all the way to the Singapore Strait. 

High above, you are able to spot Singapore's iconic landmarks. Check out the capsules on the Singapore
Flyer and the durian-shaped domes of the Esplanade, or the spectacular Merlion statue-
just one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore!

If you’re short on cash at Marina Bay Sands, it’s easy to reach Fortune Credit when you need some extra.
Use this easy instruction to get to us right away!

Heading to Fortune Credit from Marina Bay Sands:

  1. From Marina Bay Sands, turn west until you arrive at the Bayfront downtown line. Take entrance
  2. Drop immediately at Promenade in Bugis and take Exit C
  3. Head southwest and turn left towards Middle Road
  4. You’ll arrive at Bugis Cube, Fortune Credit is at #02-1A

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