Whether you’re looking for a fun way to usher in the Year of the Dog, an indulgent reunion dinner with your family, or hoping to get some good luck for the new year, there’s something for everyone at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) this Lunar New Year. The best part? Stand a chance to win up to S$110,000 worth of prizes in our lucky draws with every S$38 you spend doing any of the above.
Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Singapore
9 to 25 February
Join your favourite characters such as the Minions, Sesame Street friends and Puss In Boots at Universal Studios Singapore’s first ever Majestic Dragon Trail. This reimagined version of the traditional dragon dance will mark the Park’s largest character Meet & Greet to date, as close to 20 characters will appear (decked in their traditional Chinese attire) in one visually-stunning performance that will span across all 7 zones!
You will also get to soak in the festivities as The Rockafellas bring heart-pumping dance moves combining acrobatics and martial arts against state-of-the-art projection mapping at New York Public Library, while Mel’s Dinettes round off their daily street performances with a medley of popular Lunar New Year tunes.
The Park will extend its operating hours on select dates during the festive period. Plan your visit here.
|Majestic Dragon Trail||Starts at New York’s Vine Street||1pm & 5.30pm (10, 16, 17, 18 & 24 Feb)
2 pm and 5 pm (all other days)
(Lunar New Year performance by The Rockafellas)
|New York Public Library||7.30pm (9 to 15 Feb & 25 Feb)
7.30pm and 8.45pm (16 to 24 Feb)
|Mel’s Dim Sum Dinettes||Mel’s Diner Stage||11.45am, 1.30pm, 3.45pm and 7pm (daily)|
Gong SEA Fa Cai at S.E.A. Aquarium
9 to 28 February
Back by popular demand is the lóng (龙)-awaited return of Singapore’s only underwater dragon dance at the S.E.A. Aquarium’s iconic Open Ocean Habitat. With new characters, costumes and a storyline that promises to delight, catch our divers in their festive costumes as they perform alongside 40,000 marine residents including majestic manta rays and leopard sharks.
Additionally, be mesmerised by the Sea Goddess as she regales the story of The Fish of Fortune at the Ocean Dome before you embark on a Trail of Fortune across various exhibits where you can uncover fun facts about marine life considered auspicious in Chinese culture. While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out our latest Shark Exhibition – complete with awe-inspiring facts, models and replicas – to find out more about the ocean’s apex predators!
|The Sea Dragon Rises (Underwater Dragon Dance)||Open Ocean Habitat
|1.30pm and 3.30pm (daily)
11.30am (Sat, Sun and Public Holidays only)
|The Sea Goddess Shares (Storytelling Session)||Ocean Dome||12.00pm, 2.00pm and 2.45pm (daily)|
|Meet & Greet with Mai the Manta and Sam the Shark||Ocean Dome||12.30pm (daily) – Mai
4.30pm (daily) – Sam
|Trail of Fortunes||Various exhibits||Regular park operating hours|
|Shark Exhibition||Shark Seas Habitat||Regular park operating hours|
Lunar New Year Dining at Resorts World Sentosa
Because their bright red hue and majestic appearance symbolize strength and good luck, lobsters are considered to be one of the most lavish delicacies in Chinese culture. That’s why we’re presenting an extravagant celebration of 8,888 succulent lobsters prepared in a myriad of innovative culinary styles across our celebrity chef restaurants this Lunar New Year. So gather your entire clan, it’s time to feast!
Of course, no reunion lunch/dinner would be complete without a Lo Hei (‘Prosperity Toss’). Diners may customise their yusheng by picking out ingredients from a retro tiered counter at Forest森, while diners at Feng Shui Inn will be hit with a wave of nostalgia over the Shunde Yellowtail Amberjack “Lo Hei” – named after the Chinese city from which the yusheng craze in Singapore is known to have originated.
Reserve your tables early to avoid disappointment.
Fortune Street at Festive Walk
16 to 25 February
For 10 days only, guests may attempt to divine the future concerning love, career, wealth and more by consulting masters from 9 different schools of divination. These include:
- Feng Shui
- Ba Zi
- Chakra Reading
- Aura Reading
- Tarot Card Reading
- Oracle Card Reading
Admission to Fortune Street is priced at S$38 (S$28 for RWS Invites members*), which includes a complimentary fortune reading at one’s choice of divination together with one lucky draw chance in the Great Fortune Draws.
Spend and Win in the Great Fortune Draws
From 15 January to 25 February, every S$38 you spend in a single receipt earns you a chance in the Great Fortune Draws that will take place on 18 and 25 February.
*RWS Invites members earn three times the number of chances at the lucky draws, on top of regular privileges such as free parking, discounts, special invitations and priority access.
With over S$110,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, two lucky winners will walk away with the grand prizes of S$18,888 and S$28,888 worth of RWS Invites Dollars, with which they can wine and dine, indulge, play and shop to their heart’s content at Asia’s premium lifestyle destination resort. Other amazing prizes include exquisite Goldheart Jewelry, Canon Imaging sets, and SilkAir tickets to attractive destinations such as Hiroshima, Chiang Mai and Boracay!
This could be your lucky year.