THE SAIL @ MARINA BAY
An architectural icon soars to greet the sky, the structure of The Sail is 245 metres and 70 storey high. The Sail is Singapore's tallest condominium / apartment and it is among the top 10 tallest residential building in the world.
This development offers panoramic city view of Marina Bay and the sea. It is close to the Suntec City, proposed Integrated Resort with Casino, Esplanade, Singapore River. Targeted to set a new benchmark for an integrated lifestyle environment.
From 1 bedroom to 4 bedroom types as well as penthouses, all 1,111 luxury units are meticulously designed to maximise space usage and to integrate both office and home into one complete lifestyle concept.
Every unit at The Sail @ Marina Bay will take full advantage of its iconic location with commanding views of the spectacular Marina Bay and beyond, the impressive skyline of Singapore or the aerial park vista of the neighbouring Central Linear Park.
For excellent service with a ready smile, rely on the hotel-styled concierge, exclusively only for residents of The Sail @ Marina Bay.
Indulge in the infinity-edged pool. Work out at the unique aqua gym, or the comprehensive gymnasium with a panoramic vista of the Marina Bay. Luxuriate in extensive spa facilities. Play a game at the tennis courts. Everything you need for total health and wellness is right here.
The Recreation Room and Executive Club Lounge on the 34th storey of the Central Park Tower and 44th storey of the Marina Bay Tower sky terraces, respectively, are lavishly furnished and spill out to open-air gardens. Landscaped for meditative fitness, the sky terraces present breathtaking views of the dynamic skyline and the sea.
THE SAIL @ MARINA BAY LOCATION MAP
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FACILITIES AT THE SAIL @ MARINA BAY
- SPA / AQUA GYM POOL
- LAP POOL
- CHILDREN'S POOL
- MAIN POOL
- TENNIS COURTS
- JOGGING TRACK
- BBQ AREA
- CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND
- STEAM BATH / MASSAGE THERAPY ROOM
- EXERCISE STUDIO
NEAREST MRT STATIONS
DOWNTOWN MRT STATION
Distance: 0.2 km
RAFFLES PLACE MRT STATION
Distance: 0.37 km
TELOK AYER MRT STATION
Distance: 0.48 km
NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS
JEWELLERY DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.75 km
Distance: 2.58 km
CHATSWORTH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (ORCHARD)
Distance: 2.87 km
NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS
CANTONMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.56 km
RIVER VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.38 km
STAMFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.56 km
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