Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, the SkyPark pool amenities span the width of all three soaring Marina Bay Sands hotel towers, 626 feet (55 stories) above the ground. It is the world’s largest infinity-edge pool at that height and has a 213-foot cantilever edge. Appearing to float like a ship across the top of the building, the pool literally spills over the astonishing 478-foot vanishing edge.
Opened in 2010, Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands resort’s SkyPark pool complex includes a 146-meter infinity-edge stainless steel pool,three large hydrotherapy spas, a wading pool and a reflecting pool.
The SkyPark pool was built with 422,000 pounds of stainless steel and can hold 376,500 gallons of water. The interior is finished with 254,000 ceramic tiles adhered directly to the stainless steel shell. The total weight of the pool when filled with water is 3.6 million pounds, and it has a flow rate of 5,707 gallons per minute.