Marina Bay Sands Sky pool – Singapore
The Marina Sands resort was designed by architect Moshe Safdie who based it on a deck of cards.
Inside shoppers can ride along an indoor canal in Sampan boats styled on traditional Chinese vessels from the 17th century.
The owners have also commissioned five well-known artists to create works of art to ‘integrate’ with the buildings.
Among these is a 40 m-long Antony Gormley sculpture made from 16,100 steel rods.
The whole thing weighs 14.8 tons and it took 60 people to assemble it in the hotel.
Artist Chongbin Zheng created Rising Forest which is 83 meter high pots with trees in them.
The pots were so big the artist had to build a customized kiln the size of a small building to make them in.
Stunning views can be had from the sky bar and pool that is located on top of the
unusual looking Marina Bay resort in Singapore, you’ll get stunning views and can
bask in the sun and relax in a unique location.