The World’s Longest Infinity Pool In Singapore! “Somebody Feed Phil” A Singapore Sling!

Somebody Feed Phil – From Singapore!

I love this TV series on Netflix, as Host Phil Rosenthal eats his way around the world – and visits some of the world’s most spectacular sights as well – like this:

The World’s Longest Infinity Pool!

Oh, and did I mention that it’s on the roof?

Stretched across three hotel towers – high above Singapore’s skyline?

Welcome To The Marina Bay Sands Hotel!

Towering over the bay, this iconic hotel offers the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, 20 dining options and a world-class casino – stretched across three towers!

Phil gets a tour and it truly is spectacular…incredible views of the Singapore skyline, a huge cantilevered deck stretching out over air, and of course, that pool:

Don’t worry, Phil also explores the incredible food markets that are everywhere in Singapore – and all offer unique and delicious local specialties…and he ends up at the classic Raffles Hotel for an iconic Singapore Sling as well!

My wife and I stayed at Raffles on our Honeymoon – a stopover on our way to Bali – and we had the Singapore Sling in the bar as well as sampling the street food that is incredible…this is just another fantastic episode of “Somebody Feed Phil” – oh, and he also shows you this:

Move Into “The Interlace!”

Yes, Singapore has some incredible architecture, like “The Interlace”, and amazing apartment complex! You can see more by clicking on my story here:

https://johnrieber.com/2018/04/04/the-worlds-wildest-apartment-building-enter-the-interlace-in-singapore/

Phil travels the world finding unique culture and of course food!

My wife and I visited many of his best places in San Francisco, including the Swan Oyster Depot, which has a “Crabsanthemum”!

You can see all of those food adventures by clicking on my story here:

https://johnrieber.com/2020/11/05/somebody-feed-phil-heres-the-all-new-season-on-netflix-phil-ate-at-all-of-my-favorite-san-francisco-spots/

Make sure you check out Phil’s great show – it’s terrific!

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12 replies

  1. I love the show, but haven’t had a chance to watch the second season yet.

    Alas, I’m destined to never see the largest infinity pool in the world, except in photographs, that also make me feel slightly woozy, since I have height sickness (aka altitude sickness).

    I’m gonna have to find all my fun closer tot he ground (i.e. food).

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  2. A friend of mine just recommended this series to me as well. Thanks for the information, John. Looks like a fun series!

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  3. That is spectacular! Love the infinity pool.

    Like

  4. That hotel and pool wasn’t there when I visited Singapore. But Singapore Slings were everywhere, and I had one almost every day. Including one in the courtyard of the iconic Raffles Hotel, which was definitely the best ever. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  5. I love that pool, even though I can’t stand heights!

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  6. I’m going to check out Phil, it looks great. and that infinity pool would freak me out!

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