in Singapore that is bound to suck in your attention. The two-level design features a vortex on the top, and a waterfall on the bottom. This huge bowl-like structure is located in Marina Bay Sands, the world’s most expensive standalone casino property, worth nearly $6 billion. The whirlpool only operates during the day, but people say it can be fun at night as well. All you gotta do is whisper into it… or shout.
Just outside the Marine Bay Sands Shopping Centre in Singapore the Whirlpool swirls that water down to the lower level pool where the Sampans sail. Quite a few people were rolling coins down with the aim to get the coin into the central hole. The Whirlpool is actually a whispering wall too as when you lean a bit closer to the rail you can here people talking from over the other side. True! Try it when you visit there!