Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore: full tour (spectacular rooftop pool)

Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore: full tour (spectacular rooftop pool)
Read my review of Marina Bay Sands here: https://theluxurytravelexpert.com/2018/09/19/review-marina-bay-sands/#photos

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Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore: full tour (spectacular rooftop pool)

18 thoughts on “Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore: full tour (spectacular rooftop pool)”

  1. Excellent video covering
    everything g of hotel with spectacular views and city line during day and night vision. I recaptured all moments which i had spent in days and two nights.
    Thanks for nice presentation.

  2. excellent video, thank you. i cant help but feel the marina bay sands certainly has that airport feel. @ 13:25 poor suitcase. may i suggest rimowa luggage for the amount of travel you do. i have had antler and samsonite, both about 5 years old and after many journeys are now falling apart. as such i would not purchase these again. i will concede that i am quite tough on luggage so i guess its all relative. i am just about to stump up the cash for rimowa, i think its worth the investment.

  3. I’ve stayed here ONE night, and that was enough. This is the noisiest hotel I’ve ever stayed in, Ever. It’s pool area is always crowded like Disneyland, and is full of very rude mainland Chinese, I’ve got nothing really pleasant to say about this hotel so that’s it.

  4. We have a saying in Scotland "It's like Sauchiehall Street on a Saturday afternoon." Basically this means it's far too busy. I literally feel that I would need a holiday to recover after staying there. I am however over 65 so this would probably not apply to all your viewers. I am off to Sri Lanka in December and will spend a good part of my time, although not all of it, lying in the sun (weather permitting) reading my Kindle, listening to music, eating and probably drinking too much. Hey, you only live once! Excellent video though.

  5. love your videos! my daugther pointed out that at the three minutes and forty six seconds mark, it says "storeys". that is misspelled, the correct word is stories. just letting you know.

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