Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool Singapore: Is It Worth The Hype?

Nothing Familiar Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Have you heard of the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool in Singapore? We’ve visited this city many times, and so often looked up at the iconic hotel. Finally on our last trip we took the plunge and splurged on a one night stay! The hotel itself is an amazing 5 star property, but we’d be lying if we said we didn’t book it to swim in the epic Singapore infinity pool. Join us on our adventure as we discover if the Marina Bay Sands pool  lives up to the hype!

About the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Since its opening in 2010, Marina Bay Sands has widely been regarded as having one of the best swimming pools in the world. Not only is it currently the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, but the actual design of the building is beyond your wildest imagination.

Cut into three different sections, this Marina Bay Sands infinity pool is spread across the top of three buildings in the shape of boat. From the highest floor of the building you’ll have a view of the entire city as you float atop this unreal resort.

As impressive as the 150 meter long Marina Bay Sands pool is, there’s much more on the roof to enjoy! If you walk back behind the other side of the pool you’ll see three jacuzzi’s sitting side by side.

The cool thing about these hot tubs are that they’re facing the opposite direction towards the port side of the city. That means you can lounge in the bubbly water, and watch as thousands of boats pull into Singapore! 

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Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Day vs. Night at the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

It’s easy to see that the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool is the showstopper, and main draw to this luxury hotel. Try and put swimming aside for a second… The view alone from up here is breathtaking!

Unfortunately, the only way to swim in the Marina Bay Sands pool is to be a hotel guest. Still, you can buy a ticket to the SkyPark observation deck or grab a drink at the bar as another option. 

Another fun part about the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool is experiencing it at different parts of the day. During the daytime is the most crowded to take a swim in the Singapore infinity pool.

The sun will be cranking down on you most days so make sure to wear plenty of sunscreen. At night it takes on a different theme, but it’s still just as fun.

Enjoy a swim and watch the skyline light up with colors. If possible, try and time your swim with the nightly Singapore light show! We love to watch this from the beautiful Merlion Park below. Yet, it’s such a unique perspective from the infinity pool in Singapore.

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Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool At Night

Utilizing Your Time at the Marina Bay Sands infinity Pool

Due to the price tag, you’re probably not staying at this iconic Singapore resort for many days. For this reason, you’ll really want to make the most of your time here! Here’s some quick tips that will help you have an awesome experience at the famous infinity pool in Singapore.

5 Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool Tips

1. Check In Early: You’ll definitely want to check in as early as possible so you can get to swimming at the Marina Bay Sands pool Singapore! We were able wait for our room at the pool around 9am and get into our room at 11am. 

2. Swim At Night: Like we mentioned above, your swimming shouldn’t be limited just to daytime. Swimming at night as such a unique experience and amazing way to see the city all lit up. 

3. Watch the Weather: Try and plan your visit and time at the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool with the weather. It’s often sunny and humid, but the tropical climate can also bring heavy rains.

4. Be an Early Bird: This incredible infinity pool in Singapore opens at 6am, and that’s a good time to see it! If you can manage to wake up early you’ll have it to yourself while also avoiding the peak temperatures of the day. 

5. Check Out Late: You paid a lot of money to swim in the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool so you might as well ask for a late check out, too! 

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More Marina Bay Sands Pool Info

– You can only swim in the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool if you are a guest of the hotel. Every entry and exit is guarded and your personal hotel key is used to scan in and out of the pool area.

– Chairs are first come first serve. Also, don’t think about waking up early and grabbing a spot to leave your things. If a chair (even with personal items) is unattended for 45 minutes the stuff is taken to the towel collection so other guests can use the chairs.

– There are multiple pool cleanings per day. When you walk past each section of the infinity pool Singapore just look from the small board that says what the next time is. If you do sit down and they start cleaning you can always just hop in another section of the pool, or simply enjoy the view!

– Sunblock is only for sale and not free to use. We understand this is common at most resorts. However, at most 5 star hotels we have always had free sunblock. Bring your own or get ready to spend $20 for a travel size tube!

– When you scan out of the Marina Bay Sands pool head to the SkyPark Observation Deck. This is included in your hotel stay and another great view of the city.

View From the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool

Is the Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool Worth the Hype? 

For the $300 or more a night price tag is it worth the hype? YES! Imagine yourself swimming 57 floors up overlooking one of the most beautiful cities in Asia.

Sounds incredible, right? If you have the money, the legendary Marina Bay Sands infinity pool is a no brainer. Yet, even if you don’t it’s worth saving up for on your next holiday.

So if you’re considering booking this amazing luxury resort you should absolutely do it! We had always wanted to stay and swim in the Marina Bay Sands pool and it truly exceeded our wildest expectations.

Planning it for Jake’s 30th birthday was a bonus and perfect way to celebrate the day, too!

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Have any questions about this article or want to share your own experience swimming in the Marina Bay Sands infinity pool? Leave us a comment below!

Safe Travels,
Brigitte & Jake

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Where to Stay in Singapore

Luxury – Marina Bay Sands  – We stayed at the Marina Bay Sands for Jake’s 30th birthday and it blew away our expectations. Aside from the luxury amenities, swimming in the rooftop infinity pool will be the highlight of your visit! 

IconicRaffles Hotel – As one of the most historic hotels Southeast Asia, staying at the Raffles Hotel will be an experience like no other. Enjoy a Singapore Sling and take in the amazing architecture of this landmark built in 1887.

Fun VacationParkroyal on Pickering– It doesn’t get much more green and lush then Parkroyal on Pickering! This fun vacation spot is literally one of the greenest hotels in the world. Plant life covers the entire property to make for a unique stay in Singapore.

Boutique – KēSa House – Located in Chinatown, this fantastic hotel was built in 1920’s. Enjoy the incredible setting in the heart of the city in a traditional building on Keong Saik Road.  

Hostel Hipstercity hostel – Fun hostel in downtown Singapore with both private and dorm rooms. Great place to meet other travelers to explore the city with.

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Singapore Travel Planning 

Activities: 23 Fun Things to DoButterfly GardenChinatownSupertree GroveGardens by the Bay –  Haji Lane –  Singapore Sling at Raffles HotelSingapore Jewel 

Hawker Centers: 8 Must Try HawkersMaxwellOld Airport RoadTekka CentreChinatown ComplexLau Pa SatLiao Fan Hawker Chan

Light Shows: Gardens by the Bay– 2 Best in Singapore 

Travel Tips: Singapore Airlines ReviewUsing the MRT15 Wild LawsChangi Airport

 Flights: We always find deals using Skyscanner and Kayak. That’s how we got flights from Athens to Singapore for $230 USD, and Singapore to Thailand for less than $50! 

 Accommodation: Compare competitive sites for hotels such as and Agoda. Also, Hostelworld should be your go-to source if you’re traveling on a budget. 

Tours: Check out Get Your Guide for activities all over Singapore. You can book everything from a Singapore Highlights Bike Tour to a Gardens by the Bay E-Ticket, and even a private food tour with 10 tastings

 Travel Insurance: Never travel abroad without being covered. We’ve been using SafetyWing for the last few years on the road and they are there when we need them.

 Packing Lists: Here’s all the inspiration you need with our Amazon packing lists! Including electronics and camera gear, must-have medical items, and long flight essentials

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  1. Alta Rashid
    January 29, 2023 / 3:45 am

    Hi, we stayed at Marina sands this week for 2nights. It was a wonderful experience, enjoyed every minute. Unfortunately, it rained both days. Although temperatures were in mid 80s but felt much cooler.
    Hotel was expensive than what we had in mind. A year ago it was $400/night including taxes ( taxes are 17%). We paid, including taxes $847/night.
    Our family of 6 had three rooms, total cost for just two night stay was $5100.00
    Once in a life time experience!!!

    • Brigitte & Jake
      January 29, 2023 / 9:40 am

      Thanks for sharing! Sounds like the prices has gone up at Marina Bay, but glad you and your family still had an amazing time. It’s truly once in a lifetime experience (-:

  2. Richard
    July 10, 2022 / 12:36 pm

    I was disappointed by the room and the Club Lounge was like a large canteen so would rate it a 4* – the pool experience was the only higlight so do it but probably only worth staying 1 night, lots of other better hotels in Singapore

    • Brigitte & Jake
      July 10, 2022 / 1:06 pm

      The room and view we had were pretty incredible so we must have just got lucky! The pool was definitely the highlight though we agree.

  3. chrissy Tamihana
    September 6, 2020 / 4:27 pm

    Yes my Husband and I had 1 night stayed worth paying $400 a night we checked in and spent most of the time in the infinity pool. Unbelievable. Will never forget the experience for the rest of our lifes. .The view at night with all the lights over Singapore breath taking . They have photographer who takes your photo in the pool great memories. Our bedroom was amazing big window over looking the light display at night.It was at Christmas time and in the hotel foyer a massive Christmas Tree all light up and covered in beautiful decorations . I hope to go back one day when the world is covid free .

    • Brigitte & Jake
      September 6, 2020 / 11:08 pm

      We couldn’t agree more! One of the few places in the world that’s worth this type of money, and the views are amazing. We can’t wait to go back to Singapore ( :

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