Singapore Observation Decks. List of the best viewpoints in Singapore

Singapore Observation Decks

Singapore Observation Decks

Climbing up to the observation decks of Singapore, travelers from a different perspective will look at the Merlion Botanical Garden and Park, Little India and the Arabian District, Clarke Quay and other important objects.

Pinnacle & Duxton Skyscraper

As a residential complex (7 towers, each of which consists of 50 floors, are connected by “heavenly bridges”), has an observation deck on the 50th floor, open from 09:00 to 21:00. It will be possible to pay for a ticket worth $ 5 (a paid ticket is valid for an hour, therefore, having bought it in the morning, it will not be possible to use it in the afternoon) using an EZ-Link card (you should take care of its purchase in advance) using a special machine (tower 1G , 1st floor).

Address: 1 Cantonment Road (use buses No. 197, 61, 167, 166); website link:

Marina Bay Sands

This ship-like hotel has a casino, shopping mall, ice rink, theaters, restaurants and one of the best observation decks “Sky park” (occupies the territory on the common roof of 3 towers, 55 floors high). Useful information: a visit to the site will cost adults 23, and 2-12 year olds - 17 Singapore dollars; site opening hours - from 09:30 to 22:00.

Another chance to enjoy the gorgeous views of Singapore, and at the same time swim in the pool (its length is 150 m) is to stay at least 1 night at the MarinaBaySands hotel (from 350 Singapore $). In addition, hotel guests are given the opportunity for an unlimited amount of time to admire the city panorama from the observation deck for free..

How to get there? The nearest metro stations are Marina Bay and Promenade Station; buses number 133, 96, 518, 502 (address: 10 Bayfront Avenue; link to website: stop near the hotel.

1-Altitude Gallery & Bar

Visiting this bar, located at a height of 280 meters, guests will be offered to admire Singapore from a bird's eye view and capture what they see in photographs.

It is worth noting that the institution has a rich bar list, and the number of snacks on the menu will not leave indifferent any visitor, who are regularly pampered with parties (the presence of the best DJs and performers is assumed).

Address: 1 Raffles Place

Singapore Flyer

Singapore invites its guests to ride a giant Ferris Wheel, 165 m high (you can admire the city center and the surrounding areas, and in good weather you can even see Malaysia and Indonesia!). The attraction makes a full turn in half an hour (tickets cost SG $ 30 / adult, $ 21 / 3-12 year olds); those who wish can be accommodated in a VIP booth, where they will be served champagne.

Address: 30 Raffles Avenue (buses No. 133, 106, 111 are suitable for tourists); official website:


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  • Singapore Observation Decks
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