I’m not much of a fan of high rises, or huge construction projects. But these photos of the gravity-defying “Sky Park” atop the Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore had me double-checking to make sure it wasn’t photo-shopped.
The Sky Park stretches longer than the Eiffel tower laid down or four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets, with 40682 square feet (12,400 square meters) of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people.
The Sky Park sits on a highrise hotel, and the resort includes a convention center, “ArtScience museum” two large theaters, ice skating rink, casino and of course many shops and restaurants.
Thanks to Claire Elizabeth de Sohpia.
Hoping to go to Singapore next year! WOW and I’m afraid of heights!
Dusky—you never fail to make me smile! This is amazing, and tho I hadn’t got Singapore on my “want to go” list, I think I may reconsider! Thanks, Lorie
outstanding. us is lagging behind
Fabuloso Edificio,yo solo conosco el Singapur de los Años 70,el actual es Muy Moderno y atrayente.
What beautiful photos it’s almost like three dee