There’s something about rooftop infinity pools in Singapore. Of course, cooling off in a pool on a hot day is a fantastic feeling by itself. But relaxing under blue skies while soaking in sweeping skyline views takes the pool day experience to a whole new level.
While booking a room at Marina Bay Sands Singapore to float in its famous infinity rooftop pool is a luxurious experience, frequently spending at least $419 a night on a room is something most can’t afford. Plus, there has been a slight uptick in the number of hotel bookings thanks to the easing of COVID-19 measures, and perhaps there might be another staycation frenzy once the outbreak numbers plunge to 0.
If you have that kind of money, you could consider investing and living in one of these condominium properties in Singapore with a rooftop infinity pool. We’re thinking, “staycation at MBS, minus the crowds” vibes. Even if you’re not thinking of purchasing property, it’s fun looking up all these gorgeous rooftop infinity pools.
Condos in Singapore with Rooftop Infinity Pools
If you fancy checking out these condominiums with rooftop infinity pools, here are their addresses and the price per square foot of available units at the time of writing.
Condos in Singapore with Rooftop Infinity Pools
Price per square foot
Sky Habitat at Bishan Street 15
$1,546.05 to $2,260.42
Alex Residences at Alexandra View
$1,769.91 to $2,551.62
The Marq on Paterson Hill at Paterson Hill
$3,884.75 to $7,136.49
Scotts Square at Scotts Road
$3,205.13 to $4,751.85
The Echelon at Alexandra View
$1,606.13 to $2,654.87
Wallich Residence at Wallich Street
$2,826.06 to $5,530.74
Jardin at Dunearn Road
$1,704.56 to $2,003.64
Boulevard 88 at Orchard Boulevard
$2,827.72 to $3,744.47
1. Sky Habitat
Sky Habitat is an architectural beauty designed by the same person who created the Marina Bay Sands. The infinity pool sits on the 38th floor, on the tallest bridging sky gardens that connect the project’s two blocks. Deck chairs and palm trees line the fringe of the pool to lend the overall space a ‘resort’ vibe.
If you’re a nature lover or want to reap the benefits of living near greenery, you’ll be glad to know the Bishan-Ang Mo Kio and MacRitchie Reservoir parks are a short drive away.
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2. Alex Residences
The view from Alex Residences’ 40th-floor sleek infinity pool is unparalleled. Having an unblocked view of the concrete jungle will make you feel like you have the city at your feet. On a clear day, you can see all the way to Sentosa Island. There is also a family pool on the 4th floor you can use.
If you like living on high floors but prefer to live in an HDB flat, check out these tallest HDB flats in Singapore.
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3. The Marq on Paterson Hill
Notice how each unit has its own infinity pool attached!
The Marq on Paterson Hill takes infinity pools to the next level: every unit in the condominium has a private lap pool. These lap pools project out of one side of the tower, which allows its residents to take in the Orchard skyline without having to leave the comforts of home.
Living in a bungalow in the sky isn’t your thing? Try one of these waterfront condos with sea views.
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4. Scotts Square
Located along the Orchard Road shopping belt, Scotts Square has an infinity pool perched on the 35th floor. We can imagine living in the prime central location and 3-minutes away from Orchard MRT station provides Scotts Square residents much convenience.
For more luxe living choices, consider living in the Marina Bay area too.
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5. The Echelon
A quick stroll from Redhill MRT station is The Echelon, with a rooftop infinity pool more than 40 floors up. When you’re done soaking in the sky pool, exercise in the 50m lap pool or splash around in the wading pool.
If you intend on keeping dogs, know the Tiong Bahru estate is one of the top 5 dog-friendly neighbourhoods for you to live in.
Browse The Echelon units for sale on PropertyGuru.
6. Wallich Residence
The building Wallich Residence sits in takes the title of “tallest residential building in Singapore.” Located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, the mixed-use development is 290m tall, with residential apartments and facilities occupying storeys 39 through 64.
The sky-high building has homes with a steep price tag to match. The 3-storey penthouse James Dyson bought went for $73.8 million (and he later sold it for $63 million). So be prepared to shell out a pretty penny for an apartment at the Wallich Residence.
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One of the most affordable condominiums on our list is Jardin in the Upper Bukit Timah neighbourhood. The rooftop infinity pool overlooks the greenery of Bukit Timah Hill and Bukit Batok Nature Park. While the pool is not located on a high floor, the size makes up for it—the pool measures up to 60 metres in length.
With plans for Jurong to become the second CBD underway, those looking for an investment property in the central/west region of Singapore could consider Jardin.
Browse Jardin units for sale on PropertyGuru.
8. Boulevard 88
Another luxury living concept, the recently completed Boulevard 88 is a two-block, 28-storey residence. The rooftop infinity pool is on the same floor as the sky terrace, which bridges the two towers à la MBS. There’s no need to set up a home gym when you can work out against the backdrop of Orchard Road.
Browse Boulevard 88 units for sale on PropertyGuru.
Bonus: Duo Residences
While not a rooftop infinity pool, the sky pool at Duo Residences still offers a magnificent view of the city. The 31st-floor pool is small, but we’re guessing it’s not meant for actual swimming, but more for relaxing and soaking in the ambience.
If you fancy a more private swim or wish to do laps, the pool on the second floor is larger and partially shielded by the surrounding landscaped flora.
Browse Duo Residences units for sale on PropertyGuru.
More FAQs about Condos and Rooftop Infinity Pools in Singapore
What Is the Biggest Infinity Pool in the World?
The rooftop infinity pool at the MBS hotel is the longest in the world.
Are Infinity Pools Dangerous?
Infinity pools are as safe as regular pools. Most have a basin installed a few metres below to catch the water; some have glass panelling at the edge for extra security.
How Much Does It Cost to Swim in the MBS Infinity Pool in Singapore?
Only hotel guests can access the pool. You’ll have to pay for a room which starts at $419 a night.
Why Are They Called Infinity Pools?
Infinity pools have an exposed wall slightly shorter than the water level, creating the illusion of the water going on ‘for infinity’.
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