I thought I wouldn’t get to see the Marina Bay Sands hotel after taking so many pictures of it from afar. Thankfully our tour guide, Eros, took pity on me and brought us there for dinner after visiting Gardens by the Bay.
They kept reminding me we were there for dinner and NOT shopping so I was just able to take a couple of pictures while speed walking towards the food court.
I never knew they had a Sampan ride inside the mall. A ride costs S$10 per person.
I was really impressed with the gush of water from the ceiling. The water flows in a circular pattern from the glass bowl above. If you look at the picture closely you can see people looking at the water from above.
I finally saw a Din Tai Fung branch in Singapore without a queue.
The Rasapura Masters food court was as classy as you can get for fast food. All the stalls had a uniform look. There was even a Gerry’s Grill stall there.
I zoned in on the Singapore fried noodles. It was only when I was writing this post that I learned this stall was Thye Hong one of my favorites from my last trip to Singapore in 2009.
Just like before I loved my char kway teow specially with the slices of Chinese sausage and bean sprouts. I’m sure it’s far from the best char kway teow in Singapore but for a fast food version it’s my favorite.
I found their fried carrot (radish) cake boring. The radish cubes were too smooth and didn’t have any meat in it.
Eros had this healthy fish and rice set.
On our way out I saw Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza of Mario Batali. I will be back for you!!!
Other than these lights I was not impressed with the hotel lobby. Next time I will be back for a more leisurely shopping and eating trip to The Shoppes at Marina bay Sands.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
list of food stalls