The ‘SkyPark’ is on the rooftop of the world’s most expensive building with the world’s highest and most stunning swimming pool.
*Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool
The SkyPark Infinity Pool in Singapore is one of the only man-made water recreation structures that rival the world’s natural paradise beaches.
I am a beach guy. I prefer the sand from the ocean beneath my feet over the concrete of a pool any day. With the exception of the time I stayed at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.
While nearly hanging off the 57th floor rooftop of the hotel’s SkyPark Infinity Pool, I realized in that instance that there was no other body of water I would rather be in – and I’ve been to some of the most spectacular beaches with the prettiest water in the world.
This is THE infinity pool.
Strategically located in the isolated edge of Singapore, the views from the top of this towering building extends to what seems like the entire country.
The Marina Bay Sands SkyPark can be accessed with an admission fee but the actual infinity pool is open only to hotel guests, keeping it quiet and tranquil.
Being on the higher end of the 5 star class of hotels, it’s a high price to pay to go for a swim in this magical pool. But it was worth every dollar of the 500 I spent for a night in one of the resort suites.
The Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool.
[All photography shot with a Hitcase Pro equipped iPhone.]