Most visitors do not swim pool, but was busy preening in front of the camera or simply enjoy the 360 degree panorama of the city state of Singapore. Of course, the opportunity to swim in the outdoor pool was highest in the world is too dear if the camera is not perpetuated.
The swimming pool is located on the 55th floor at Marina Bay Sands resort has 2,500 rooms. The resort that was mentioned most expensive in the world, built at a cost reached 5.7 billion U.S. dollars, it’s been open since 2010.
The swimming pool is the main attraction of this hotel is at the top three hotel towers are 200 meters altitude. The top is called the Sands Skypark, much like the bridge of a cruise ship.
Pond itself is at the edges, giving the effect of direct water flowing down the building. Cursory look dangerous to swim in this pool, whereas at the edge of the pond there is still a floor to accommodate the fall of the water pool.
The swimming pool has two circulatory systems. The first function like a general pool, filter and heat the water in the main pool. The second function is memfiltar water in ponds and running it back to the main pool.
The swimming pool is divided into three parts together, the children’s pool, family pool and a pool for adults. On the right side there are rows of chaise lounge for those who want to sunbathe or enjoy a panoramic view of skyscrapers.
Although the rooftop, but the area is quite shady Skypark park as it comes. It is said that the number of trees in this Skypark of 250 rods and 650 rods of smaller plants. So you do not have to worry about overheating. A small oasis of 1.2 hectares is even enough for four and a half mamarkir A380 jumbo jet.
Lazy swim, you can relax in the chairs are available along the park while enjoying the ships that were anchored in the distance. An unforgettable experience.
In addition to hotel guests, Skypark area is also open to visitors. By paying about 20 Singapore dollars, you can relax in the pool area or the tower of view. Here also are the leading restaurants and entertainment venues in Asia.