Singapore in Style | First Class

Singapore in Style | First Class


it’s a tiny state with big ambitions once a colonial bathwater now a global financial center from third world to first in just one generation finally all that hard work is paying off So as the Sun goes down and the lights come on
come with us as we go behind the velvet rope and show you the luxurious side of Singapore so that seemed easy getting out of
Singapore Airport Changi, which is considered the world’s
best airport now for two years in a row by Skytrax but what you’re gonna see that’s really
interesting about Changi is that there’s no such thing as the VIP service its CIP service what does CIP stand for?
Commercially Important People who are they? Well they include someone like
David Beckham that we saw hanging out at the lounge today but also it’s for average folks like you, me, and we’re heading on tarmac now to show you the elite terminal service at CIP Forget the masses at passport control because I’m a CIP and that means no
lines at immigration no scramble at the baggage carousel
instead it’s the bar food art and ambiance but when you are not just any CIP, you also get the suite That’s right with your own Butler –
Champagne canapes and all that was required of me was to sitback glass of bubbly inhand and just wait for someone to fetch my bag
for me well, that and pay around fourteen hundred dollars So there you go, door-to-door service at the Singapore Changi airport that is what you call CIP okay so the bags are packed and we’re off to the hotel So as we race down the highway which actually doubles as a spare runway, you know, just incase, all of a sudden we are at Marina Bay that’s right the new heart
of Singapore Ironically you think that this entire part of the Island didn’t even exist at one point infact Singapore has reclaimed so
much land from the sea the country is now 25 percent bigger than
it was fifty years ago and this is precisely where the iconic Marina
Bay Sands now stands There are many that thought it was a gamble to build a
casino in a country nicknamed Singabore but as any high roller will tell you
you have the bet big to win big So here we are at Marina
Bay Sands which is the most expensive hotel ever built in
the world at a cost of more than five and a half billion
dollars as also the largest hotel in Singapore and the sixth
largest in the asia-pacific so we’re in the chairman suite which is
bigger than the presidential suite that only there’s only two of them in the hotel and it’s got everything you may
need and maybe some things you don’t Pool room Table for ten Massage room karaoke room Your own personal salon personal sauna, steam and gym room a baby
grand piano because a grand piano would be too much So as spectacular as the chairman suite is
here at Marina Bay Sands it’s not just about the hotel rooms or just the gambling that visitors come for
it’s also about tallest and biggest infinity pool
in the world in fact the entire sky park is actually
longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall
one-and-a-half million litres of water jut out over
the hotel 57 stories into the air all culminating in a dramatic view unlike any other city in the world So as you see behind us the Marina
Bay Sands is hotel pool is phenomenally popular it’s also a
piece yes of the hotel but also a piece of the
Singapore skyline icon here in the city but lets talk about what
else is on offer in Singapore and joining us now we
have the Luxe City Guides Liz Weselby with us and as you see, and as you know, if you ever come to Singapore, Marina Bay Sands is hugely popular it’s the place to come if you want that
pazzaz a bit of wow you know if you’ve never come to Singapore I would recommend staying at this hotel
because it is such an icon It’s an icon of the city and having said that you will be fighting
for a sunbed sometimes but but come here and enjoy it for what
it is and enjoy that view enjoya terrific dining they have here they some amazing facilities you’ve got
beautiful views either the city or the gardens and it’s right in the center
yeah so mass-market popularity here Marina Bay Sands but what if you want
something a little bit more special here in Singapore? A little more special I would and I’d definitely recommend
just jumping over the water to a beautiful hotel called Fullerton Bay it’s everything that MBS isn’t it’s much smaller it’s more niche
it has this gorgeous art deco design to it its just much much more personal its also sat on the bay so you actually
get a view of Marina Bay Sands in the rest of it so it’s
a different perspective know what if you want to go the boutique route what would you recommend there? Fullerton Bay is almost boutique I guess that the great little hotel in
Chinatown called New Majestic which I think is probably one of
the first boutique hotels here in Singapore it was open probably about a ten years
ago it has this lovely retro vibe to it you go in
and this this modernist furniture everywhere its
quirky it’s cool it’s different and and its right back in a minute
Chinatown so from there you can walk out to all the bars and docks sacks street and club street as well now what about if I want to go somewhere
like Park Royale? Definitely I mean
Park Royale opened up last year you know it’s a brand that hotel it’s
a known brand but it’s something really quite different they’ve created this very green eco-property right in the middle of the city it has roof-top gardens it has an
amazing pool surrounded by gardens you just drive past and the the
architecture is such that you want to reach out and touch it it’s got this tactile and ability of to it it something really
quite different this is where I really wanted to bring
you because I think of all the hotels in Singapore this
is probably the most sophisticated the most gorgeous it’s on sentosa
it’s a real retreat experience you put this beautiful
colonial building and which then leads through too much
more modern wing which is designed by Norman Foster so you’ve got the combination of the two we have guests come here and it really
is that escape you have private butler’s you’ve
got beautifully designed rooms plunge pool it and it’s the
ultimate in all the hotels kinda looks like the colonial Raffles
Hotel that is downtown that wasn’t part of your hotel
recommendations? No Raffles is an interesting one you’re right it is very similar to that
colonial style you know i think is a guest at Raffles you have a very wonderful experience
there’s a private wing which is for guests only no one else in however this the other side of Raffles that
attract a very mass-market tourist crowd you do
get the tourist buses coming by dropping off people and so I think for the more
discerning traveler who is wanting something
special Raffles probably wouldn’t offer it But for the truly discerning traveler
there is of course a better option you don’t get more oceanfront
than this it even comes with your own driver
why stay in a small dark hotel room when you can have all of this and talk about a room with a view with the world’s wealthy dropping anchor
in Singapore if you drop a bit of money this all can be yours head out to sea for lunch and be back on land that first drink for the
Sun even sets and once the sun does go down Singapore’s nightlife comes alive Up in the clouds and back to sea level for recovery before one last lap around City in style

51 Comments

  • afrrique

    April 1, 2016

    pretentious retards

    Reply
  • Khanh So

    May 22, 2016

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  • Fredrik B

    June 6, 2016

    Glorious

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  • classalpha

    July 6, 2016

    where is the HDB flats?

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  • R R

    October 11, 2016

    MBS is a retarded looking building.

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  • Oliver Keely

    July 16, 2017

    10min 1sec

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  • roxanneworld11

    July 17, 2017

    not a fan of created super-heights (or certain natural heights, either!)..but i'd go for that infinity pool for at least 20 minutes or so, i think…before drying off and needing to walk-fast back indoors!..and then, back on down to a 'sane' floor level… however: wouldn't have minded if the border edge's of the pool were constructed several more feet/meters out! 😮

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  • roxanneworld11

    July 17, 2017

    …and such snobs!!, lolol!!: in other words (aside from my own weakness, in a willingness, to stay at the featured locales, could i afford them or otherwise be given the free 🆓 opportunity to do so!): Raffles is probably not going to be happy with Liz or this video!..oh, the perils of not being a paying advertising customer of CNBC or Luxe City Guides!…just smdh.

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  • Billy The-Kid

    July 21, 2017

    Singapore = A nation of First World Facade , Third World Practice.

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  • Justin Wong

    January 7, 2018

    It's easy living here… For the financially stable. If ya struggle, prepare to struggle more. Gotta fix that someday though, competition is competition but you can't ignore the less fortunate citizens

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  • Peizxcv

    March 30, 2018

    Singapore was a colonial backwater and 3rd World? Maybe these journalists should read up on South East Asia history before making a documentary.

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  • Clorox Tree

    March 31, 2018

    Ambiance not um biance

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  • Ron Park

    April 4, 2018

    terribly boring…

    Reply
  • Sana Wajid

    April 19, 2018

    DUBAI'S MOST EXPENSIVE STREET
    https://youtu.be/QEjg0RK16LI

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  • Francis Lim

    April 30, 2018

    I do sincerely wishes SIA could teaches All Singaporean about attitude and services in ordinary everyday life,Ever hear foreigners complaining about Kiasu offends,unsmiling and snobby waitresses,sales peoples,impatient,self serving people in public transportation etc,maybe locals don’t notices much but foreign visitors does,many Singaporeans likes to looks cool but in fact foreigners like warm feelings of being welcomed.

    Reply
  • Hayden Haru

    May 10, 2018

    Great information

    Reply
  • cikpuan Sue

    May 15, 2018

    So small country with limited of land to expand..With well markting n good govern it so succesfull

    Reply
  • TheNamelessComposer

    May 17, 2018

    Even the Raffles isn't exclusive enough apparently lol.

    Reply
  • Rs123

    May 17, 2018

    Their government is modern and efficient. Hence, the ultimate country to live in if you have decent money.

    Reply
  • david ong

    May 21, 2018

    why dont you show the poor side of Singapore?

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  • john doe

    May 22, 2018

    Id fuck

    Reply
  • The Legend

    May 23, 2018

    These Western people are running many hotels in Singapore, Hong Kong and many other first world cities of Asia but you never hear East and SE Asians complaining about Western takeover of their cities like small-minded and bigoted Western people do about Chinese takeover in Vancouver, Sydney and many other Western cities. Why are White people so small minded?

    Muslims and Westerners are always complaining and both deserve each other for good.

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  • HDsharp

    May 23, 2018

    Why is there a China town? when the Chinese founded Singapore and the majority are chinese?

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  • markh15

    May 25, 2018

    This video must have been made a few years ago during a financial boom. It seems really out of touch today to talk about all this consumption, yachts, luxury everything, brands, etc. Very off-key.

    Reply
  • pearlgarden29

    June 13, 2018

    They should have a bit of our old “Bugis street services!!

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  • Peter Johnson Ng

    June 17, 2018

    First Klass !!!!!!!!!!

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  • Sharmila J Agostini

    June 17, 2018

    Dont forget there is also homeless n 80 yrs old woman collecting n cleaning tables in food court n cleaning toilets in mall so when you go fast food restaurant you will be serve by grandma n grandpa …. its so expensive tht these old folks have to work till they go to grave ….

    Reply
  • Nana Nana

    August 24, 2018

    This is where all African governments invest their money when they steal all the resources…smh

    Reply
  • Singapore United 1

    August 31, 2018

    No need to be show off to other countries.By the way,as a Singaporeans I'm really proud with the archievement.Thumbs up!!😆

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  • Brent Powell

    November 4, 2018

    I was in Singapore and I was absolutely blown away by it. Such a beautiful place! Expensive though!

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  • alex chang

    December 7, 2018

    Vulgar

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  • fluffyfour

    December 11, 2018

    Marina Bay Sands is owned by a Las Vegas conglomerate. It may be the biggest hotel in Singapore, but it verges on the tacky and certainly is not the best!

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  • Louis Hibbs

    December 17, 2018

    susan # 1 trader..

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  • CityExplorer plus

    January 5, 2019

    The reason why this tiny country is so amazing and very succesful is because corruption in the Government does not exist!

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  • chip block

    January 14, 2019

    Too bad you didn't show the restaurants.

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  • Shawn

    January 29, 2019

    of course! love you and cheers singapore

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  • Fahad Amin

    February 5, 2019

    Despite of limited resources how singapore is a financial hub in asia, the per capita income,living condition,tranformation of singapore is most brautiful city in asia, did bangladesh follow the singapore development model????? How a fishing village transform to a modern country?????

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  • Peizxcv

    February 8, 2019

    I live in New York but I would move to Hong Kong and Singapore if a company offers me comparable salary there. Truly great place and the people are so much more sophisticated than 80% of New Yorker

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  • dieeser

    February 14, 2019

    She´s adorable, i love her!

    Reply
  • Psy kcp

    February 16, 2019

    You like us

    Reply
  • Sigma Geranimo

    March 3, 2019

    The local working class singapore serve the rich foreigner.

    Reply
  • Saniya Puri

    March 15, 2019

    Wonderful video! Please have a look at mine as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AANeFNP7JQE

    Reply
  • DIGNITY 500

    March 22, 2019

    OMG.! Save energy, save your money.?…Because in the future you won't have income like before.? To pay attention to make products for the world to see…just one thing.!..It should be better.?🤗

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  • Gary Lee

    March 28, 2019

    Stupid small dot country.

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  • Lam Par

    April 1, 2019

    Modern and highly commercialized city state. It has a very high cost of living compare to others SEA country, nice place to live after i have pletny of $$$$$$$$$.

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  • A Reha

    May 12, 2019

    Very bad picture quality

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  • Marc Alcober

    May 26, 2019

    Unlike the US. First world to third world in two generations.

    Reply
  • Lou M LL

    June 21, 2019

    Give North Korea some freedom, they too will take off and catch up the rest of Asia

    Reply
  • Joseph

    July 2, 2019

    GIANT POOLS with KIDS IS SO UNSANITARY(YELLOW POOL WATER)…😜😝

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  • Raimondas Marciulevičius

    July 17, 2019

    Ladies and CNBC International TV, thank you for an inviting video. It makes me want to visit Singapore & walk around a beautiful city together 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Reply
  • vcu1990

    September 27, 2019

    Hot Asian gal 🙏🏼

    Reply

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