Capella Singapore Sentosa Cascading Infinity Pools

Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Infinity PoolsThe infinity pools at the Capella are unlike those I have come across in Singapore: they are layered and spread (cascading) over a wide area giving you that secluded and tranquil ambiance. The sun beds found at the pool side are big and comfortable. On a clear sunny day, the pools would be the perfect place to hang out and relax.

The three pools are positioned perfectly to take in the surrounding flora and fauna, with glimpses of the beach and sea with ships in the horizon.

 

Main Pool



The main pool would be the one that can be found near the Knolls restaurant, here guests can enjoy a cold beverage and even order food when you get hungry after all that swimming. The pool overlooks trees and has a view of the sea.

Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Main Infinity Pool
Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Main Infinity Pool
Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Main Infinity Pool

Family Pool



The family infinity pool can be found a short distance down from the main pool and is surrounded by even more trees and nature.

Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Family Infinity Pool
Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Family Infinity Pool

Lap Pool



The lap pool is the smallest pool out of the 3 cascading pools you can find at the Capella and is the most secluded pool located below the main pool and family pool. Perhaps it was a humid day just after the rain and/or perhaps it was surrounded by more flora and fauna than the main and family pool, but it was here that we were pestered by some really persistent mini flies. 

No matter, it was a truly tranquil experience at the pools. I would definitely go back again if I have the chance. ^^

Capella Singapore Sentosa Cascading Lap Infinity Pool
Capella Singapore Sentosa Cascading Lap Infinity Pool
Capella Singapore Sentosa View from Cascading Lap Infinity Pool
View of the Capella from the Lap pool

 


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    7 comments :

    1. I went to Sentosa in 1992 when it was completely and utterly deserted with only a few cranes in the distance building the resorts! :-)

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      1. Hi Lady Jennie you should visit Sentosa sometime again. There have been loads of changes to the island and I am sure your kids would like Universal Studios. ^^

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    2. Well the Capella, seems to be bit different from other places, but for sure need to visit it once, thanks for the videos! Lisa Travelers

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    3. I'm not much of a swimmer but I do like to laze by the pool, and the chairs here look perfect for that. Pity about the flies, a permanent hazard in warm climates perhaps?

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      1. Actually the files were only prominent at the lap pool which was the last of the cascading pools, located below. Perhaps it was just after the rain on a humid day and its proximity to more flora and fauna.

        The main pool and family were fine and very nice too! =)

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    4. I have yet to make it to Singapore but this would definitely go on my list of must-see spots. That layout is simply gorgeous and I could spend my entire trip right there without a bit of discomfort, providing the weather cooperated.

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      1. Even if the weather happens to be uncooperative, staying indoors is fine too (but not for too long). :p On a brighter note, at least in Singapore you can only get two kinds of weather, rainy or sunny with some humidity at times.

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