Posted by: James Shannon | May 12, 2012

Photo: Table For Two? Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore

 Reserved table in front of an indoor river, just one of many attractions that lure people to Marina Bay Sands Resort and Casino in Singapore.

In an effort to attract more tourists to the island nation of Singapore, the national government authorized the construction of casinos several years ago. One of these gaming palaces was the Marina Bay Sands Resort, made famous by the massive Skydeck. 50 storeys high, it is best described as looking like a massive surfboard sitting atop twin towers.

Inside the complex, there is plenty to do, aside from flushing money down the slot machines. Pictured above is a reaturant abutting a portion of a river that snakes through the shopping mall portion of the resort (upon which you can have gondola rides), where one can have a decadent meal, fitting with the high-class shopping and high stakes gambling available in this opulent section of the island of Singapore.



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