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Things to do in Marina Bay Sands


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 21 Oct 2021


Marina Bay Sands offers an extensive range of things to do and attractions to visit for locals and tourists alike. With countless attractions and an endless variety of shows, you can plan your visit with packages and offers. Choose from a comprehensive list of show and stay options, show and dine deals, and enjoy a whole host of rewards and perks with Sands Rewards programme.


Grains of Glory


Grains of Glory - The Best of Musicals

A truly sensational performance with sand as the medium, Grains of Glory is a delight for all ages. Accompanied by live singing and violin performances, Grains of Glory uses live sand drawings to bring storytelling to the next level with legendary musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera, Anastasia, and Miss Saigon.

For a truly memorable experience, international sand artist Lawrence Koh will be supported by Soprano Moira Loh and acclaimed violinist Seah Huan Yuh. Book your tickets to this one-of-a-kind performance here.



Theatre Offers

Complete your trip to the theatre with exciting offers at Marina Bay Sands.


Show and Dine

Save up to 15% with a gourmet meal before or after the show. Show and dine packages start from S$176 per pax.


Cut by wolfgang puck


CUT by Wolfgang Puck

Situated right next to the Marina Bay Sands Theatre, CUT by Wolfgang Puck offers an exquisite 3-course menu to indulge in while you are waiting for the show to begin. Selections include the USDA Prime Sirloin Steak, Maryland Blue Crab Cake and Warm Butterscotch Apple Crumble. The lounge at CUT is the perfect venue to relax and sip on a cocktail or two, before or after the show.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck is located at B1-71, The Shoppes.


db bistro


db Bistro & Oyster Bar by Chef Daniel Boulud

Finish your night out experience on a delicious note, by heading over to db Bistro & Oyster Bar, the French bar opposite Sands Theatre. Their 2-course meal offers dishes such as Red Wine-Braised Chicken “Coq Au Vin” and Tasmanian Sea Trout.

db Bistro & Oyster Bar is located at B1-48, The Shoppes.




Mott 32 Singapore

One of the signature restaurants in Marina Bay Sands, Mott 32’s exclusive show and dine package offers patrons a chance to indulge in a truly authentic Chinese cuisine feast before or after the show. Their delectable 4-course meal features chef specials such as Barbecue Pluma Iberico Pork Glazed with Yellow Mountain Honey and Iberico Pork with Soft Quail Egg and Black Truffle Siu Mai.

Mott 32 is located at B1-42-44, The Shoppes.




Yardbird Southern Table & Bar  

The pre-theatre menu at Yardbird includes dishes such as Deviled Egg & Bacon and Lewellyn’s Fried Chicken & Buttermilk Biscuit. Those with a sweet tooth can head back to Yardbird after the show and pick their choice of dessert - Fried Oreos, Grandma’s Key Lime Pie or Banana Split Brownie Sundae - at only S$10++!

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is located at B1-07, The Shoppes.



Attractions and Things to do


Sampan Rides


Sampan Rides

Take a fun, relaxing cruise along the canal of The Shoppes in a beautifully crafted Chinese wooden boat with a Sampan Ride. After a day of shopping, there’s nothing better to do but stretch your legs and admire the view of glittering shopfront displays.

As a part of the cruise, the Sampan Ride also circles around Rain Oculus, an eco-friendly installation that collects rainwater that fills the canal. If you’re lucky, you might get a close-up view of the impressive 22,000 litre hourly water cascade from a skylight two storeys above.

Sampan Rides is located at B2, The Shoppes.


Digital Light Canvas


Digital Light Canvas

This LED-lit, digital playground entices visitors with a mesmerising display of art blended with technology. Create calligraphic art with your feet and watch flowers blossom with every step, or sit back and observe hundreds of fish swim beneath your feet as flocks of bird swoop through the 14-metre-tall light sculpture overhead.

For a special occasion, you can create personalised messages to be shown on the LED floor, accompanied by a display of fireworks in the light sculpture. Digital Light Canvas is presented in collaboration with teamLab, the Japanese collective behind Future World: Where Art Meets Science at ArtScience Museum.

Digital Light Canvas is located at B2-50, The Shoppes.


SkyPark Observation Deck


SkyPark Observation Deck

Situated on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands, this TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards 2020 Winner offers spectacular views of Singapore’s world-class cityscape and the panoramic vistas of Marina Bay. The SkyPark Observation Deck offers a bird’s-eye view of Gardens by the Bay, the Supertree Grove, and a sea view that stretches from Marina South Pier to the Singapore Strait. Spot iconic landmarks like the Merlion, Singapore Flyer, riverside shophouses, and the durian-shaped domes of the Esplanade.

Yoga enthusiasts can start their day at the SkyPark Observation Deck with a calming SkyPark Yoga experience from Virgin Active. These 45-minute, multi-intensity classes are open to public and available for morning and evening sessions.

SkyPark Observation Deck is located at L57, Hotel Tower 3.



Sign up for your FREE Sands Rewards Lifestyle membership to enjoy SkyPark Yoga at a members-only rate of S$20. Sands Rewards members also enjoy 30% savings on attraction tickets and 15% savings on selected shows at the theatre. Find out more here.

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