Monday, June 21, 2010

Marina Bay Sands - Singapore


Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, Marina Bay Sands is a $5.7 billion, high-density, mixed-use integrated resort from owners of the Las Vegas Sands resort. It brings together a 2,560-room hotel, convention center, shopping and dining, theaters, museum, and a casino across the water from Singapore’s Central Business District. Three 55-story hotel towers anchor the district and are connected at the top by the 1 SkyPark. It accommodates a public observatory, gardens, a 495 foot-long swimming pool, restaurants, and jogging paths and offers sweeping panoramic views, a formidable resource in a dense city like Singapore. An engineering marvel 657 feet above the sea, the SkyPark spans from tower to tower and cantilevers 214 feet beyond.

This design keeps me in mesmerized for moments on that dont end. 


If only I could be so lucky to see this before I die.


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