- Type: Entertainment and Nightlife, Shopping, Sightseeing, Neighborhood/Area
- Time to Spend: Half Day to Full Day
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With the 2010 opening of the Marina Bay Sands resort, the district of Marina Bay has quickly become Singapore's tourism epicenter. The area's growth has been fueled by its ideal location at the southern tip of the city. Neighboring both the financial and the historic districts, Marina Bay is a fun-filled buffer of modern entertainment and attractions like the waterfront promenade, the ArtScience Museum and The Float@Marina Bay (the world's largest floating stadium). You'll also find the Singapore Flyer and Merion Park, two of the city's best lookout spots, overlooking the bay. And although many features will draw your eye, the centerpiece of Marina Bay is the Marina Bay Sands resort. You name it, this complex probably has it: a world-class casino, multiple nightclubs, performance halls, shops, an art walk, and spectacular overnight accommodations. Plus, don't miss the Sands SkyPark, an elevated open-air concourse that crowns the resort.
Depending on where you'd like to go, you can get off at several different MRT stations. The most convenient for the resort is the Marina Bay stop. For more information, check out Marina Bay's website.