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Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Integrated Entertainment Center

Marina Bay Sands is one of two proposals for an integrated tourist attraction auction for Singapore, where one of them is Resorts World Sentosa, a family tourism destination with Universal Studios Theme Park.

IPHEDIA.com - Marina Bay Sands integrated entertainment center in Singapore overlooking Marina Bay. If you are going to vacation or are in this country do not not visit Marina Bay Sands.

The integrated entertainment center, which has many types in one place, was developed by Las Vegas Sands, and is one of the most expensive single investments in the world at a cost of S $ 8 billion, including costs for the land.

Marina Bay Sands officially opened with two days of celebration on June 23, 2010. This tourist site has 2,561 hotel rooms, 120,000 m² of exhibition and meeting space, The Shoppes mall and ArtScience Museum, Sands Theater and Grand Theater, seven celebrity chef restaurants, two pavilions floating, casino with more than 600 gambling tables and 1,500 jakpot machines.

The complex is shaded by 340 meters of Sands SkyPark with a capacity of 3,900 people and a 150-meter infinity pool, which is the largest hanging space in the world with a 67-meter cantilever in the north tower or Tower 3.

Marina Bay Sands is one of two proposals for an integrated tourist attraction auction for Singapore, where one of them is Resorts World Sentosa, a family tourism destination with Universal Studios Theme Park. These two large-scale tourist attractions are adapted to Singapore's economy and become tourist destinations for now for decades to come. (as/ip)

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