Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, Singapore

4.3
Revel in sweeping views over Singapore from Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, a public observation point perched on top a five-star hotel. Complement the 360-degree vistas with a drink from the rooftop bar, or put your photography skills to the test. Hotel guests can also enjoy the surreal experience of swimming in an infinity pool on the edge of the roof. To visit Sands SkyPark Observation Deck on your holiday in Singapore, and find out what else Singapore has to offer, use our Singapore.
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  • I would highly recommend taking your camera with stand there so take some awesome photos. It can get crowded so perhaps check beforehand about the best times to go. Its not really a swimming place....  more »
  • Entry is from the 3rd tower where tickets for S$22 will take you to the 57th floor (entry fee goes towards a drink at the top). Turn left and left again from the lift to the Ce La Vi bar for views of....  more »
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  • A nice place to enjoy your holiday. The view here is amazing with some mesmerising scenes. I would like to suggest you that please come at night as it will be good rather than the daylight as you can see the buildings and architecture of Singapore. I think it is probably the best view in entire Singapore. Please do visit this place if you visit Singapore. It is a beautiful place. Thanks
  • Looks to be recently opened by the owners. Not sure, but I think it was not possible to visit the top during the initial years after the building's inauguration. Entrance for the lifts to this place was a bit hard to find initially. It isn't immediately obvious. One has to look out for the signs and go all the way to the end of Tower 3. We had to briefly exit the building, and then find a small entrance off to the side. Priced are pretty much the same across similar buildings elsewhere. Up the top, there is ample space for everyone, even during peak hour. Most tend to stand towards the northern ledge where there is a good view of the skyline. Sunset is definitely a busy, yet must-see period. Be sure to stay around to watch the light show down below.
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