Skypark Observation Deck (Day Photography) @Marina Bay Sands Hotel

When you have been to Marina Bay Sands or just see from a photo, you will have the great curiosity what is the experience being on top of Marina Bay Sands. I have a hard time to find the entrance so I will try to guide you on how to get there. First, you have to find the Hotel Tower 3 exterior (Porte Cochere area) which is the most left of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. You can buy your ticket entrance over there too. It cost me S$20.00/pax.
This is what I first view from the 56 level. 70% of the Gardens by the Bay is captured in this photo. 
Zoom in further more using my Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG HSM to see the Supertrees. Amazing feeling for able to capture a picture like this which I can't even see through my own eyes.
Maximum zoom to see the OCBC Skyway, You can see the long queue of people who wants to take the Skyway trip.
Spotted an amazing tiny island on a reclaimed land. It is so nicely decorated. 
Cloud Forest (above) and Flower Dome (below) which I unable to visit during my last visit. I will do it one day for sure.
Zooming closer to one of the park at Gardens by the Bay.
This is the crowd you see on Sunday. You can see the whole Skypark Observation Deck is using glass wall to cover this area. For you to see the whole wide view of Singapore with the highest safety measure. 
Marina Barrage, I will be there for sure in my next round to Singapore.
Can't wait to see how Singapore Flyer will look like from this level. I just can't wait. 
This is a part of Singapore F1 circuit. Instead of purchasing super expensive tickets, S$20.00 will be more worth it watching F1 race from here. I think can see better view of the race.
Esplanade Mall which also known as Durian by the local. 
Best time to be there is after 6.00pm, so that you can capture the day scenery, 7.00pm for the dawn scenery and 8.00pm for the night scenery. While killing time, the best thing to do is to capture more pictures at every corners and every pose.
The floating football field.
Wonderful CBD shot with a mirror like water reflecting a little light images of CBD.
I really not sure what UFO alike building is under construction there. Seems like Singapore is going to surprise me for another architecture miracle again.
What makes Singapore to be this prosperous is their location is the point where the cargo ships from the east and west countries will pass by. So Singapore has become the point where these ships will make their stop.
That's the Infinity Pool which we are not able to access. It is specially for in-house guest and for customers who dine-in at restaurants in Level 57.
For those who has not seen how the ArtScience Museum looks like from above, here you are. Enjoy!
Actually, you are not too seat on the floor like that. There is a security will make sure stand back up. There are no seats available for us to seat on. This is to make us not to stay so long up here. For some who unable to hang on will give up from waiting the night fall. 
The amazing dawn scenery is here. I really like the dawn scenery better than day and night scenery. The dawn scenery is very precious because it is only last between 15 - 30 minutes only.
The Merlion which is under construction.
Let's enjoy the last picture of the dawn scenery. Awesome...truly awesome. Please stay tuned for my next post of Night Photography.
Total Damage: S$40.00
Freakout Level: 1/5
Service: 3/5
Ambiance: 5/5
Recommended?: Yes

Ticket prices: 
S$20 for adults
S$14 for children (aged between 2 – 12 years*)
S$17 for senior citizens (aged 65 years and above)
Children under 2 years may enter for free.

NOTE: There is a limit for the number of people that can enter at any one time.Tickets are valid for a single admittance between 9:30am and 10.00pm (11.00pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday). There is no limit to the time guests may stay.
The Observation Deck may be closed due for private events or commercial commitments. Call ahead to +65 6688 8826 to ensure it is open during your the time you wish to visit.

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