Don’t look down: A guest swims in the infinity pool of the Skypark that tops the Marina Bay Sands hotel towers – 55 stories over the city of Singapore yesterday
To infinity… and beyond! The pool stretches 150 metres, three times the length of an Olympic swimming pool
view over the side: An artist's impression shows the Skypark that tops the Marina Bay Sands hotel towers, including the infinity pool
The resort from across the bay. The three towers were based on a deck of cards, according to designer Moshe Safdie
Left, relay teams scale one of the towers in a race commemorating the opening yesterday. Right, a newly-wed couple enjoy a canal ride inside the resort's shopping centre
The resort is set to employ 10,000 people directly and generate up to £48million each year. Entrance to the casino alone is nearly £50 a day – but an average of 25,000 people have visited the casino daily since its initial phased opening two months ago.
The resort was designed by Moshe Safdie, who said he based it on a deck of cards.
Left, the entrance to the casino, which costs nearly £50 to get in and is attracting 25,000 visitors each day. Right, a man looks through a steel web art structure in one of the towers
Just enjoying the sun: Models pose in the pool for journalists at the grand opening few days back.