Marina Bay Sands speaks for itself. World class architecture. Luxury accommodation. World class casino , biggest shopping mall in singapore . as for food wise there are international cursine , buffet , michelle star reeturant to local eat in the food court . for the roof access public need to pay a fee of sgd 20.00 but if free for hotel guest .Do sign up for member card that will rebates from shopping and dinnng .
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Kinshasa is one of Singapore's landmarks. Travel to Singapore freely for 5 days and 4 nights and stay in Jinsha. Thank you very much, because the price of staying in Jinsha is very good. There are three buildings in the hotel. The second floor is the 22nd floor. It's very convenient to go to the endless swimming pool. Talk about the room, before checking in, I heard that the room is redecorated, the room is big, the bathtub is dry and wet separated, here we want to say that their home bathtub is big; from the room can see the sea view and the coastal bay garden, the key point is that the infinite pool, in and out of the 57th floor, all need room cards, the first day did not go into the water, go to feel the atmosphere, it is recommended to go sooner or later, completely two state scenery. Enjoy Singapore's beautiful scenery from the endless swimming pool. Another Hotel downstairs there is a subway, access is very convenient, staff are also very enthusiastic.
Jinsha is now almost the most famous landmark in Singapore besides the Merlion, standing in the Merlion Park and looking far into the past, it feels like it really needs to break through the rhythm of the sky! After visiting the Binhai Bay Garden and following the overpass, you can walk through the interior of Jinsha Hotel about 4 or 5 floors, and think of the lobby carefully, you will have to go through the back elevator again. The endless swimming pool on the roof of the hotel must be occupied before you can enjoy it. Tourists can buy tickets to visit the tourist platform located on the northeast side of the roof. But there is also a way to save money. At one end of the lobby (and should also be the Northeast corner), there is a direct elevator for the roof bar. It tells the counter staff that you can go to the bar for free. The bar is just above the tourist platform, and it also overlooks the Merlion Park and the container boats moored in the Malacca Strait. Below is a large shopping mall, which contains a large shellfish yard. To get in, you have to go to the check-in office and check in your bags for free, then show your passport. Foreigners are free. Singaporeans seem to receive 100 new coins. The state does not encourage their own people to buy shellfish. There are various items, not to mention, let's see a lively one. There are free mineral water, beverage machines, everybody. When visiting, you can also drink and quench your thirst. The whole shopping mall is like the T word, with all kinds of big brands gathering. It also has canal waterways like Venetians. You can take a sightseeing boat (Gondola). Near the T-link point of the canal, there is a big round pool. During the day, nothing special. At night, water will pour down like a waterfall in the transparent cover like a funnel overhead. Look, the water is like a whirlpool in the sea. It's very imaginative. Besides, there will be two sound and light performances outside Jinshamen to the surface of Merlion Park in the evening. Similar to Hong Kong Ocean Park, the introduction of Singapore's humanities is worth seeing. It looks like 8 o'clock and 9:30, remember to come to the square early to occupy seats.~
Had a chance to go to the Skypark of Marina Bay Sands. It was so beautiful up there seeing the beautiful city of Singapore that I took a video and shared it with my boys back home via messenger. I wish to go baxk next year for another visit. Hopefully budget wise I really want to stay in the magnificent Marina Bay Sands.
Travel to Singapore Binhai Bay is a must to come and walk. This time, I specially booked a night's stay in Jinsha for the infinite swimming pool and the beautiful Jinsha Hotel in Singapore from another point of view. How many tour groups feel that they can afford to check in at 2 p.m. and check out before 11 a.m. the next morning. This is a bit of a pity, but there's no way to do it. Whoever calls a guest to really have more self-service dinner is better than going there at a good price. Just when Wechat has coupons, it can be discounted. One person, 300 or so, is fresh, variety, service is good, infinite swimming pool view is great. But at night, dumplings are not interesting. It's better to go to the sunrise in the morning with fewer people and scenery. It's better to start at 6 a.m. It's like ending the whole tour of Jinsha at 11 A The District suggests arranging a whole day because there are lots of places to visit, scenery-loving places to go to Binhai Bay Garden, shopping malls directly from the Metro Binhai Bay Station to the hotel lobby, and then running all day in the hotel. Apart from the boundless swimming pool, which must be accessible to the residents, the opening to the outside world is still very expensive after all.
I'm going to live in Jinsha for three days and I'm not going anywhere. After swimming on the top floor or soaking in a warm pool, I'm lying in a chair under a palm tree (right), feeling the warm sunshine shining on me, and treating all kinds of old and cold legs. If you are hungry, you can eat snacks and drink beer on it, but if you want to let it go, you should go to the cafe on the lower floors of Jinsha, such as meat bone tea, Hainan chicken rice, Yuntu, beef noodles, etc.