Architectural Wonders of Singapore

Having a lot of spare money to play with means you can build amazing things.

You can build something cool with a big budget if you have quite a bit of money to spare. In Singapore, these architectural wonders are evident everywhere, making the city a great destination for tourists.

Marina Bay Sands

travel guide marina bay sands singapore

There is no denying that Marina Bay is the epitome of glitz and glamour. Therefore, it is only natural that the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is excessive as well. A huge rooftop deck connects three towers at this hotel. This hotel is luxurious in every way, from an infinity pool to high-end retail shops and fine dining. One of Singapore’s most Instagrammable places, the entire place is awash with multi-colored lights at night.

The Pinnacle@Duxton

These structures look more like Lego masterpieces than buildings. This hotel consists of 7 towers, each 50 stories high, which are connected by a sky bridge. Its design is so unique and interesting that it has won numerous awards over the years. Sky bridges that connect the buildings include jogging paths and play areas for the residents.

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

In Singapore, parks are not the same as parks in other countries. A huge tree-like structure decorates the three parks that make up The Gardens by the Bay. Imagine the Avenue of Baobabs in Madagascar, but illuminated with thousands of Christmas lights instead of baobab trees. A botanist or plant lover’s dream, the greenhouses are impeccably maintained.

Jewel Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport Travel Guide

The terminal isn’t normally where anyone would want to spend their free time, but you’ll still want to spend more than a little time wandering around here. Singapore’s luxurious Changi Airport is world-famous. Jewel at Changi Airport features an incredible indoor waterfall, a lot of shopping, and a nature themed complex that combines three terminals. You should make sure you arrive at the airport a few hours early to make the most of your time there.

Pickering Hotel

hedge in tower

Looking for a luxury hotel that doesn’t hurt the earth, but still respects the environment? Then you’ll want to come to the Pickering. From the bottom up to the very top, this building is covered in vertical gardens, almost as if the architects were showcasing a waterfall of plants. There’s everything you’d expect from luxury, including an infinity pool, spa, fine dining, and top-notch shopping.