Travellers tend to prefer holidaying with the option of a pool, but rarely choose hotels because of one specifically. However, after you catch a glimpse of the Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore, this is likely to change.
The hotel’s infinity pool can be found up high on top of the building’s roof, which itself stretches high enough to offer panoramas of the neon city skyline in the distance. The pool area is actually a part of the Sands SkyPark, which accommodates the public and is so large that it reaches across the hotel’s three high rises.
Recognised by travellers across the world, the park is the iconic boat-shaped structure lifted into the air by three of the city’s tallest towers, and is one of the destination’s most popular attractions.
Don’t worry about it getting too crowded, however, as the pool is almost 500 feet long, easily catering to hundreds of swimmers at a time.