You won't want to go off the deep end of Marina Bay Sands’ infinity pool – it is 57 stories up. This is just one of hundreds of features guests of the world's most expensive hotel can enjoy. Yes, it cost a cool $6.2 billion to build. The infinity pool is located on Sands SkyPark where you can eat, swim and relax enjoying views of Singapore. The Sands SkyPark lies on top of the three hotel towers at Marina Bay Sands. The SkyPark has the world's longest elevated swimming pool, it's 146 metres long and it sits 191 metres above ground. You can ride through the shopping mall on an indoor canal in Sampan boats styled on traditional Chinese vessels. Your eyes will widen with amazement when you see some of the huge sculptures by famous artists including a 40m-long Antony Gormley sculpture made from 16,100 steel rods. There is everything you could wish for available to you, from an elegant casino to ArtScience Museum. Not one but several of the best chefs in the world are ready to serve you food from every tradition. What is unusual for a hotel is that it has its own theater where you can see famous shows from Broadway. The award-wining Banyan Tree Spa offers unique treatments that will fulfill your need to relax. There is simply too much to explain in the amount of space I have here. I would think relaxing in the Sky Park has got to be worth the price of admission alone.