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Singapore's New International MagnetJanuary 8, 2007 By: Camie Foster Travel Agent
Development to include a Universal Studios, world's largest aquarium, hotels, casino, spa and show
Travelers bound for Singapore in coming years will have a variety of new lodging and entertainment choices with the opening of the 121-acre Resorts World at Sentosa.
Development of this project—with six hotels providing more
than 1,800 rooms, a Universal Studios Singapore, multiple marine and maritime diversions,
and an ESPA destination spa—is estimated at S$5.2 billion, or about $3.4
billion U.S., including land cost.
It will have nine major attractions, including Universal
Quest Marine Life and
Equarius Water Park will blend the elements of a
high-tech water park with Sentosa's original forest and its tropical foliage. Quest
Marine Life will include what will be the world's largest aquarium, home to
up to 700,000 aquatic animals, such as open-ocean fish and bat rays, and a
6.6-million-gallon lagoon where people can snorkel and dive with whale sharks.
Xperiential Maritime Museum will give visitors a look
history, with displays of treasures from ancient wrecks and trade goods from
Africa and the
able to board a vessel that sank near
Universal Studios Singapore will be the brand's
largest theme park in
attractions—at least 16 of them designed for the new park—within seven themed
worlds. Among the attractions at the new park will be a "Journey to
venue and a DreamWorks digital animation studio.
Visitors will find shopping, dining and entertainment spots
at FestiveWalk, along with three public amphitheaters. An ESPA spa
resort will provide spa and wellness services, as well as 42 private ESPA
villas. There will be six hotels in all at Resorts World. Another is Hotel
Michael, designed by architect Michael Graves, whose firm, Michael Graves and
Associates, also designed the overall project. The others are Maxims
Residences, Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel and Equarius Hotel.
The 1,600-seat Le Vie theater will feature a show
developed by members of the same creative team behind such Cirque du Soleil
shows as Ka and O in
casino and a private, personal-service Maxims Club for high-end gaming.
Sentosa can be reached by bus across the
and HarbourFront Centre. The Sentosa Express, a light rail system launching
soon, also will provide links to Sentosa from VivoCity, HarbourFront and St.
James Powerhouse. The island already is the site of such diversions as
Underwater World Singapore and Dolphin Lagoon, as well as gardens, beaches and
other natural attractions.
The concept for the new integrated resort was developed by
[email protected] Bay Pte. Ltd., a joint venture between Genting International and
Star Cruises. Genting International has developed resorts in such destinations
Cruises is the world's third-largest cruise operator.
Construction is set to start early this year, with soft
launch at the end of 2009 and official opening early 2010. Planners expect the
resort will draw 15 million visitors in 2010.