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Marina Bay Sands Singapore: A Deeper Dive into Its Feng Shui Aspects


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The central element that strikes you about Marina Bay Sands is its geometric symmetry. The three towers are evenly spaced, resembling the Feng Shui concept of "Triple Harmony," representing Heaven, Earth, and Man, indicating an equilibrium of forces.


Interestingly, this could also mirror the Ba Gua, a fundamental tool in feng shui, which comprises eight trigrams symbolising the basic principles of reality. In the context of Marina Bay Sands, this could be interpreted as the harmonious balance between different elements - the guests (humans), the physical structure (earth), and the aspirations (heaven).


Furthermore, the unique shape of Sky Park, like a giant surfboard or ship, could be seen as an embodiment of Feng Shui's water element. In feng shui, water symbolises wealth and prosperity. It is often used in large establishments to attract good luck. This is where the Sky Park, with its expansive rooftop infinity pool, comes into play. It is as if the water on the rooftop continuously flows towards the city, symbolising endless wealth pouring into the establishment and the city.


As for the Art Science Museum's lotus-inspired design could embody the Feng Shui wood element. The wood element represents growth, expansion, and vitality, symbolising the establishment's continuous development and progression aspirations.


Integrating open and green spaces within Marina Bay Sands could also be seen as a feng shui tactic. The use of plants and trees, symbolising the wood element, is believed to promote positive energy (Qi) and prosperity.


Another key feature is the vast array of windows, allowing natural light to flow freely through the complex. Light is crucial in Feng Shui as it enhances positive energy and brings about clarity and understanding.


It's also essential to look at the larger environment of Marina Bay Sands. Positioned in the Marina Bay area, it is surrounded by water, and facing it is the bustling cityscape of Singapore. This is a prime example of the "mountain and water" principle in Feng Shui, indicating an ideal placement that attracts positive energy and fortune.


While the architect Moshe Safdie might not have intended these interpretations, they offer a new perspective on the unique design of Marina Bay Sands. These possible Feng Shui aspects could be the underlying factors contributing to the consistent crowd at the Casino and its continuous operation, despite the challenging economic circumstances.


Regardless, this architectural marvel is more than just a casino; it is a symbol of balance, growth, and prosperity - a unique blend of design and, possibly, traditional Feng Shui principles.

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JASON CHAN

At my practice, I use Ba Zi and Feng Shui to provide my clients with a comprehensive assessment of their lives. I take into account the unique energies of a person’s home and surroundings, as well as the energies of the environment and the person’s own destiny. With these insights, I am able to offer my clients assistance to help them reach their goals, and improve their lives.

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