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 Marina Bay Sands, which was opened in phases from May 2010.

At
the heart of this development is the Marina Bay Sands hotel, made
up of three towers, crowned by the Sands SkyPark on the 57th
storey. Shaped like a boat perched at the top of the towers, the one-
hectare sky oasis has restaurants, sculptured gardens and an infinity
pool.
 The building also houses a casino, theatres, exhibition space and
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, with over 300 shops and
restaurants.
 The ArtScience Museum is a lotus-shaped museum that marries both
art and science, resulting in unique, world-class exhibitions. A 280-
m (918-ft) bridge, connects the two sides of the bay. Viewing
platforms along the path allow superb bay vistas.
 Opposite, Gardens By The Bay is a sprawling horticultural attraction
housing over 250,000 rare plants in huge, domed conservatories.
The Supertrees are 25-50 metre-tall vertical gardens, with a
suspended 128-metre-long walkway, giving you a bird's eye view of
the Gardens and the Marina Bay area. Discover more about the area’s
transformation at the Marina Bay City Gallery.
•Location---Singapore

•Adress---10 Bayfront Avenue,Singapore 018956


•Architects---Moshe Safdie,Safdie Architects,Boston

•Client---Marina Bay Sands Pte.Ltd.(a subsidiary of the Las Vegas


Sands Corporation)
•Site Area---1,668,000 sq.ft.

•Gross Floor Area---6,258,000 sq.ft.

•Total Area---9,096,000 sq.ft.

•Height---57 Stories/640 ft.(195 m)

•Rooms---2,561

•Total Cost---US $5.7 billion, including land cost


 Sands Sky Park
 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
 The Sands Expo and Convention Centre
 Bay Floral
 Marina Bay Club
 Marina Bay Sands Art Path
 Art Science Museum
 Wonder Full (laser light show)
 Celebrity chef restaurants
 Chinese
 Modern Asian
 Japanese
 Indian
 American
 Italian
 French
 Buffet
 Hawker and local food
 Café,bistro & casual dining
 Private dining
 Cut by wolfgang puck
 Db bistro by daniel boulud
 Long chim by david thompson
 Sky on 57 by justin quek
 Osteria mozza by mario batali
 Pizzeria mozza by mario batali
 Waku ghin by tetsuya wakuda
 Beijing no. 1
 Din tai fung
 Fatt choi express
 Imperial treasure
 Jin shan
 The nest
 Tong dim noodle bar
 Yu` cuisine
 Bay sushi
 Hotpot kingdom
 Ku De Ta
 Long chim
 Sky on 57
 The moluccas room
 Waku ghin
 Hide Yamamoto
 HY California
 Punjab Grill
 Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria
 CUT
 Rio Tapas
 Caffe B
 Osteria Mozza
 Pizzeria Mozza
 db Bistro Moderne
 Rise
 The cheese & chocolate Bar
 Todai
 1983 A taste of Nanyang
 Rasapura Masters
 The Moluccas Room
 Toast Box
 Bazin
 High Society
 Infinity Alfresco café
 Kraze Burgers
 Pita Pan
 Rise Lounge
 South Coast
 Sweet spot
 The connoisseur concerto
 The coffee bean & Tea leaf beanstro
 Trung Nguyen
 TWG tea salon & Boutique
 db Bistro
 CUT
 MOZZA
 SKY ON 57
 RISE
 INFINITY POOL: This is name of pool which is
located on top of the hotel.
 CASINO: There are more than 250 game
titles to choose from 2300 slot machines.it
also provides table games.
 MUSEUM: Name of museum is ART SCIENCE .
 SHOPPES: There are different types of shops
which fulfill all aspect of guest.
 REWARDS PROGRAMME: It provides many
types of rewards and membership
programme.
 The Marina Bay Sands development has
placed Singapore on the world’s
architectural map.Since officially
opening in early 2011,it has become a
popular tourist destination and is
expected to contribute an extra $2.7
billion to the city-state’s economy by
2015.
From the outset, the goal for the Marina Bay Sands
development was to create a new form of urban center. It
would be a dynamic setting for a vibrant public life:
connected with nature, climatically sustainable and on a
human scale. The first decision was to create a promenade
that extended along the waterfront, opening up the whole
development to the pedestrian. As well as 800,000 sq.ft.
(74,000 m2) of retail arcades, a network of public paths
would connect two theaters, a casino and a 96,000 sq.ft.
(9,000 m2) convention and exhibition center. A 54,000 sq.ft.
(5,000 m2) hydraulically adjustable public piazza was also
created to provide a platform for a wide array of public
activities.A series of layered gardens were designed to
provide ample green space throughout Marina Bay Sands
development. Every level of the district has green areas
that are accessible to the public and at least half of the
roofs of the hotel, convention center, shopping mall and
casino complex are planted with trees and gardens.The
two architectural signature pieces of the development are
the hotel complex and the ArtScience Museum. While it
would have been more efficient to build a single hotel
tower, the architect team recognized that such a building
would form a wall-like barrier between the downtown
and the sea across to the east. Seen from incoming cruise
liners, a single tower would also have blocked the view of
the city, so it was quickly decided to split the hotel into
three 55-storey towers. Running out of space for parks,
gardens and swimming pools, the architects invented the
idea of a SkyPark, a 2.5 acre (1 hectare) engineering
marvel that connects the three towers at a height of 656
ft. (200 m) and cantilevers 213 ft. (65 m) out at one end.
The SkyPark accommodates a public observatory,
gardens, a 495 ft. (151 m) long swimming pool, restaurants
and jogging paths, and offers sweeping panoramic views, a
valuable resource in a dense city like Singapore. Shielded
from the winds and lavishly planted with hundreds of trees,
the SkyPark celebrates the original vision of Marina Bay
Sands as the Garden City.At the center of the Marina Bay
Sands promenade experience stands the iconic ArtScience
Museum. Designed to represent the spirit of Singapore, it
explores the creative processes at the heart of art and
science and their role in shaping modern society. Dubbed
“the hand of welcome” by some and “the lotus” by others,
the boldly designed structure houses 21 gallery spaces and
has become a major venue for international touring
exhibitions.
Moshe Safdie is a renowned
architect, urban planner,
educator, theorist, and author.
Embracing a humane design
philosophy, Safdie is
committed to architecture that
is defined by the geographic,
social, and cultural elements of
an area and that responds to
human needs and aspirations.
 www.marinabaysands.com
 “Moshe safdie: marina bay sands”
designboom.com.
 Singapore tourist attraction.com
 ‘Best hotel in singapore advice articles’ from
www.straitstimes.com