Marina Bay Sands

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Traditional Feng Shui states that any structure must have the support of a mountain from behind to protect it from bad forces, and buildings should face a wide expanse to welcome good energy. Notice, however, that Marina Bay Sands has its back to the bay, facing the “mountain” that is Singapore—completely departing from the ancient rulebook. The Feng Shui master consulted for the iconic landmark was actually channeling an archaic power source called “Dragon Turns to Face Its Ancestor,” a deep Feng Shui secret passed down from masters. Marina Bay Sands is also developed so it faces a “pool,” which is the body of water in front of it. Singapore's rivers flow through here, allowing the complex to harness good energy from the element, before it exits into the sea.

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Comments (2)

user9190362983  3 years ago

really hope i could get to swim at the top one dayyyy

Wabisavi  3 years ago

Another legend has it that the original Marina Bay Sands plan featured the boat pointing in the opposite direction, a.k.a towards Malaysia. But as the complex hosts a casino, it was deemed ill-fortune. Less the fortunes sail away towards foreign lands, the direction was reversed to face the Singapore "mountain".

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