Behind the emblematic Singapore’s Lion, you can see a spectacular building, a complex that consists of three hotel towers connected by a magnificent sands skypark.
The hotel has sloping towers and straight legs connected at level 23 to form a single building. In hotel tower 1, the slope is as steep as 26 degrees, making it one of the most complex hotels ever built.
Taking inspiration from the form of card decks, it was conceived by Moshe Safdie Architects.
An engineering marvel 200 meters (656 feet) above the sea, the SkyPark (1.2 hectare) spans from tower to tower and cantilevers 66.5 meters (213 feet) beyond.
It is longer than the eiffel tower is tall and large enough to park four-and- a-half A380 jumbo jets. it extends to form one of the world’s largest public cantilevers.
It accommodates a public observatory, gardens, a 150 meter-long (495 foot-long) swimming pool, restaurants, and jogging paths and offers sweeping panoramic views… Those are people who were, like me, trying to access the privileged swimming pool…
The 2,561 luxury rooms and suites offer views of the south china sea or singapore skyline.
55 floors in every tower.
A never-ending lobby where you can observe an interesting and very diverse fauna.
And here, on the other side of the building: What do you see ???
Doesn’t it look strange ??? Well, you will know more about it tomorrow !!!