Resorts World at Sentosa (Chinese: 圣淘沙名胜世界) is the name of the integrated resort in development stages on the island of Sentosa, off the southern coast of Singapore. The S$5.2 billion dollar integrated resort is currently being planned by Genting International and Star Cruises, who hold a 75% and 25% stake in the project, respectively. The 49 hectare integrated resort will cost S$600 milion solely for land, and S$1.6 billion just on a Universal Studios theme park called Universal Studios Singapore.
- Universal Studios theme park with 22 attractions and a "live" studio
- Equarius water park
- The world's largest oceanarium, containing over 700 million gallons of water
- The Asian Maritime Museum, featuring interactive exhibits highlighting the history of the oceanic Silk Road of the past.
- A fully integrated wellness spa
- A world-class casino, Singapore's second.
- An 8-hectare Quest Marine Life Park with snorkeling experiences, as well as the chance to swim with a Whale Shark and cage-dive in a tank of Tiger Sharks.
- FestiveWalk, an ocean-fronted experimental retail development facing Vivocity, including a daily pyrotechnics show.
- Six world-class hotels
Genting & Star Cruises
When the resort is opened in 2010, visitors can alight at the Waterfront Monorail Station on the Sentosa Express, which connects directly to HarbourFront MRT Station and VivoCity on mainland Singapore.
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