One of Singapore's top entertainment complexesResorts World Sentosa features two casinos, theme and adventure parks, and one of the largest oceanariums in the world. Cool off at the water park, appreciate exotic marine life at an extensive aquarium, or get a taste of Hollywood glamour at the theme park's seven zones and over 20 attractions. If you get tired or hungry, have a meal at one of the island's many restaurants. Take the cable car from the city to Sentosa Island and enjoy sweeping views during the 15-minute journey. Before you head to Sentosa Island, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Sentosa Island online travel route planner , to make sure you see all that Sentosa Island has to offer, including Resorts World Sentosa.
Tours To Resorts World Sentosa
Big Bus Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Tour (6 Routes) BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $36
Duration: 45 to 60 minutes
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Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Singapore Big Bus Hop-on Hop-off Tour BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $40
Duration: 120 to 540 minutes
Resorts World Sentosa Reviews
Attended the Michael Jackson concert at the Ballroom of the Convention Centre. The concert ended at 10.30pm and we were looking for a place to dine. To our surprise all the Restaurants were closed... more »
Fantastic place with so many restaurants, shops and attractions in one place. Even if you are not into gaming, there is plenty to do and Vivo City Mall is just 2 stops away on the Monorail. We loved..... more »
Sentosa hosts almost all the main tourist attraction spots. We had visited adventure cove water park continued with 8pm show of crane dance. Both were amazing. For water park would suggest to bring your towels. To attend crane dance show better be there 10-15 minutes before show timing. It’s a free show loaded with fireworks.
Sentosa is very very big place full of different activities. The place is beautiful and exciting but a little confusing too. Since it's so huge there should be someone or some means to guide properly the visitors. There are four different parts and travelling from one part to another can be done through metro station at free of cost. Other means of travelling are chargeable. Your package might have some activities at one station and some at other. So first of all you should approach a information centre and know where your activities are. Else all your time will be lost in searching the places. The luge is the best. Sea Aquarium is very nice. And the live shows are very interesting!
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Resorts World Sentosa is home to some of Singapore’s leading attractions: the S.E.A. Aquarium (one of the world’s largest oceanariums), Universal Studios Singapore (Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park), the Maritime Experiential Museum, and the Dolphin Island and Adventure Cove Waterpark. Other attraction offerings include the Trick Eye Museum, featuring various optical illusion artworks and installations, and the Crane Dance, a pyrotechnic light and water show that is displayed at the Waterfront nightly. Covering an area of 49 hectares, the integrated resort also offers diverse accommodation options across its six hotels, myriad celebrity chef restaurants and dining experiences, varied retail offerings, a casino, a convention centre, and an award-winning spa.