singaporeApril 19, 2017 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C
Whether you have children in tow or not, a visit to a resort park is something that causes the grimmest-looking adult to smile. Or at least, I hope so. While Singapore has a lot to offer on the gastronomical and natural end, there are plenty of fun and adventure activities to explore here too. With no lack of things to do, be prepared for a wild time at Resorts World Sentosa, an integrated resort experience designed to keep the whole family enthralled.
With a day full of fun and frolic lined up, don’t exhaust yourself with travelling worries. Direct buses ply straight to Resort World Sentosa, and you can even book these bus tickets online from redbus.sg to save up on time.
If you are still wondering why you should (really, now?!), let me help to convince you:
Universal Studios Singapore: The world of movies and magic comes alive as you ride through several decades of movies on rollercoasters and other themed rides.
S.E.A. Aquarium: Home to more than 1 lakh marine animals, a visit to one of the world’s largest aquarium is an experience you aren’t going to forget in a hurry.
Dolphin Island: It is impossible to not love dolphins. If you have always wanted to interact and swim with one, this is the place to be.
Adventure Cove Waterpark: Again, how can you say no to a water park picnic day? Water lovers will be mesmerized by the Marine Life Park. This includes the SEA aquarium that features over 100,000 marine animals. The Adventure Cove Waterpark providing the wild and wet fun of waterslides and Dolphin Island, where you can interact with the friendly mammals
Cascade down high-speed water slides, snorkel with tropical fishes, and greet sharks up close—it is going to be quite an adventure indeed!
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The resort is also home to a casino that opens round the clock. Need a break? Channel your inner James Bond at the Casino Royale Bar while being entertained by celebrities from around the region.