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What you should know about Marina Bay

Marina Bay was designed to showcase Singapore's future—and it shows. This futuristic bay-front, with its astonishing 'stack-of-cards' skyscrapers, giant glowing artificial trees, and domed metallic theaters, looks as if it stepped off of the page of a sci-fi novel. Newly reclaimed from the sea, it is made of 3 separate Bay areas, all east of Shenton Way. From its casinos and racetrack, to the world's largest observation wheel, this is the place that Singaporeans, and visitors, come out to play.

Hotels in Marina Bay

Most of the hotels in Marina Bay are grouped on the north shore of the bay, around the Marina Square shopping complex. Like the visions of the future glittering across the water in Marina South, they are gleaming, modern and efficient, and set in lush tropical gardens. The five-star Ritz-Carlton Millenia is one of the most highly praised Marina Bay luxury hotels. It has stunning views over the Bay, and superb service. The Pan Pacific Singapore similarly soars, garnering top marks for its spa facilities and contemporary designs. Furthest north is the Conrad Centennial, another large hotel boasting sumptuous fittings and great reviews.

Things to see in Marina Bay

The best place to get a perspective on Marina Bay is atop the 500 foot Singapore Flyer, the world's largest observation wheel. From here you'll be able to scan across the Bay to the amazing Marina Bay Sands Casino. This complex, made up of three 55-story skyscrapers balancing a mammoth 'sky park', has many wonders: a huge casino, the world's longest elevated swimming pool, theaters, and night clubs. It even has a shopping center, complete with a canal for gliding from shop to shop. Next door are the Gardens by the Bay, 250 acres of futuristic gardens with acclaimed artificial 'super-trees' that tower 160-feet over visitors below. North of the Marina Bay Sands Casino is another eye-catching design: the ArtScience Museum, which is in the shape of a flower. And back across the bay, the silvery domes of the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay play host to a diverse range of arts.

Good for all travelers

Because Marina Bay accommodation is so close to such premium attractions, the neighborhood makes a great place to stay for every kind of visitor to Singapore. Families will love the futuristic museums and wide open spaces. Couples will enjoy the chance for fine dining, walking among beautiful gardens, or playing high stakes at the casino. And with one of Singapore's largest convention centers, the business traveler will be pleased. The hotels here are fully equipped for meetings and business facilities too. The one thing they'll all share, though, is a sense of wonder at staying in a neighborhood that brings the Future to the here and now.

How to get to Marina Bay

Singapore's Changi Airport lies 12 miles east of Marin Bay, connected to it by the ECP highway. Be aware, however, that this coastal road has tolls. Alternatively you can reach the hotels in Marina Bay by taxi, or by bus. The number 36 service runs every 21 minutes, getting you there in an hour. Travel in Marina Bay itself can be convoluted. If you want to see the attractions on the Marina Square side of the bay, then walking to them is fine. But to cross the Bay to Marina Bay Sands, you'll need to walk half a mile or more over the bridges—or hail one of Singapore’s many cabs.

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