The 8 best infinity pools in Singapore

Your guide to the best infinity pools in Singapore for Formula 1’s original night race.

  • The 2023 Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled for September 15-17.
  • We recommend booking your accommodation for race weekend with free cancellation from Booking.com
  • Tickets & F1 Experiences packages are now on sale
  • Images © Booking.com

If you are looking for the best infinity pools in Singapore, you came to the right place! Whether you’re looking for an upscale hotel with an infinity pool or just want to spend a day swimming overlooking the Singapore skyline, we’ve got you covered.

Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, with a total land area of just under 730 km². This tropical country is heavily urbanized, with many skyscrapers built to house the 5.5 million inhabitants on such a small stretch of land. 

Whilst Singapore does have its fair share of decent beaches, you can escape the tropical heat without leaving the centre. Many Singapore skyscrapers hide stunning infinity pools, perfect for cooling down in the heat. Keep reading for the list of the best infinity pools in Singapore!

Overview of the best infinity pools in Singapore

While there are plenty of public pools in Singapore, the most exclusive rooftop infinity pools come at a price and are not easily accessible unless you are staying at the property.

Most infinity pools in Singapore are inside private apartment buildings or luxury hotels, only open to hotel guests. We suggest staying in one of the hotels listed for the best experience!

8. The Westin Singapore Hotel

Located on the 35th floor of The Westin, this is one of Singapore’s best infinity pools. The vanishing edge of the pool gives way to views over Marina Bay in the distance.

Large infinity pool with a vanishing edge that makes you feel like the pool never ends as it blends with the sea of Marina Bay in the distance. Guests don’t need to leave the hotel for drinks and meals, as there are two in-house restaurants and a bar available. 

As a 5-star hotel, facilities at the property also include a sauna room, a spa and a fitness centre.  The Westin Singapore is well positioned, just 350m from Lau Pa Sat and Downtown MRT Station, while Marina Bay MRT Station is 550m away.

7. Mercure Singapore Bugis Hotel

Mercure Singapore Bugis is one of the rare budget-friendly hotels with an infinity pool in Singapore. 

The Skydeck of Mercure Singapore Bugis has an infinity pool with a hot tub, a rooftop bar for poolside drinks and unparalleled city views. Guests can have a meal in two on-site restaurants in between swims, without leaving the hotel! Mercure Singapore Bugis is located in the vibrant Bugis district, 500m from Bugis MRT Station.

6. JEN Singapore Orchardgateway by Shangri-La Hotel

At 47m long, this award-winning infinity pool takes up the entire side of the JEN Singapore Hotel. The infinity pool is complete with hydro jets for additional relaxation as you overlook the Marina Bay skyline and iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

As a 5-star hotel, JEN Singapore is a one-stop destination for everything you’ll need on your pool day. Two in-house restaurants serve delicious local and international cuisine, or you can grab a refreshing drink at the pool bar and enjoy it on a sun lounger. JEN Singapore is situated right in the heart of Orchard Road, a short walk from Somerset MRT station.

5. Ascott Raffles Place Singapore Hotel

This luxurious hotel has one of the best infinity pools in Singapore. Unlike most 5-star hotels in Singapore, it is housed in a restored 1950s heritage building, giving it an unusual elegance reminiscent of grand European hotels.

As you swim in the infinity pool surrounded by skyscrapers overlooking the bay, you might find it amusing that the Ascott Raffles Place building used to be the tallest building in SE Asia. Ascott Raffles Place Hotel is easily accessible by public transport, a 5-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT Station.

4. Andaz Singapore - a Concept by Hyatt Hotel

The infinity pool at Andaz Singapore is not a rooftop pool but being located on the 25th floor it offers incredible views over the city. This pool with a vanishing edge will make you feel like you’re swimming among the clouds as you admire the unobstructed view of the Singapore skyline. 

In a true 5-star experience fashion, guests can choose between three in-house restaurants for fine dining and a special menu for poolside meals. For a 360° view of the city, make your way to the rooftop bar Mr Stork on the 39th floor. Andaz Singapore is easily accessible by public transport, just 230m from Bugis MRT Station.

3. Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena Hotel

Located on the 33rd floor of the Courtyard by Marriott hotel, this infinity pool is one of the most breathtaking swimming pools in Singapore. Since it is higher than most surrounding buildings, it offers incredible city views.

Urbana Rooftop Bar serves refreshing drinks and cocktails by the pool, and guests can also enjoy an in-house restaurant offering a range of international and local cuisine in between swims.

Courtyard by Marriott is located in the Novena quarter with Novena MRT Station 400 m from the hotel.

2. ParkRoyal Collection Pickering Hotel

This hotel has the word royal in its name for a good reason. This eco-friendly oasis is a 5-star hotel with a stunning infinity pool overlooking Singapore’s Central Business District and Chinatown.

You will find the infinity pool on a dedicated wellness floor featuring an outdoor pool, gym and 300-meter garden walk, where you will feel like you have stepped out into the rainforest, walking among the trees.

The restaurant on-site serves a mix of Southeast Asian and International cuisine, and you can also grab a drink in a rooftop lounge with breathtaking 360° views of the city. ParkRoyal Collection Pickering Hotel is located right next to Chinatown MRT Station. 

1. Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Topping our list is probably the most famous infinity pool in the world. The infinity pool at the iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel is the world’s longest, with a spectacular 146m long vanishing edge. The infinity pool sits on the 57th floor, straddling the three hotel towers, and offers breathtaking birds eye views of the city and its skyline.

You must be a hotel guest to enter Marina Bay Sands Infinity pool, the security is tight, and each guest needs a key card to access the pool deck. Staying in Marina Bay Sands is a luxurious experience, with poolside dining, cocktails, a gym, a spa and much more. Marina Bay Sands is conveniently located at Bayfront MRT Station. The hotel does offer distant views of the Marina Bay Street Circuit at night.

Summary of the best infinity pools in Singapore

And there you have it, a list of the best infinity pools in Singapore to add to your Singapore itinerary. It is hard to pick the best ones, but here you have a selection of Singapore hotels with beautifully constructed pools for every budget!

This exclusive experience will undoubtedly elevate your Singapore trip, literally and figuratively! If it isn’t already, swimming in a sky-high pool with a vanishing edge overlooking Singapore skyscrapers should be on your bucket list.

Learn more about attending the Singapore Grand Prix.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *