4 amazing reasons why you should spend your staycation in RWS

For those who are planning to travel for the long weekend, why not consider having a staycation in Singapore?

By staying in the country instead of going abroad, you can cut down on time spent changing foreign currency, waiting at airports and sitting in a bus, boat or plane.

While you are planning your staycation, look no further than Resorts World Sentosa. The resort has everything you need for a vacation: hotels, theme parks, restaurants and even a spa.

Whether you are looking for interesting accommodation, yummy food, a fun time or total relaxation, we have got you covered. Here are four reasons to spend your staycation at RWS

Reason 1. RWS is home to a variety of hotels

Equarius Hotel at Resorts World Sentosa

No matter what your travel style is, there is a hotel for you at RWS. Did you know that RWS is home to eight different hotels each with their themes?

You can take your pick from family-friendly Festive Hotel, art-inspired Hotel Michael and Rock & Roll-themed Hard Rock Hotel Singapore

You can also be with nature at Equarius Hotel or stay on top of trees at Tree Top Lofts, beach-fronting Beach Villas where rooms with deep ocean views are available at its Ocean Suites. Lastly, there is the invitation-only Crockfords Tower Suites.

Reason 2. RWS has multiple attractions

For some, the main attraction at RWS is Universal Studios Singapore theme park. But did you know that RWS also has other attractions such as a waterpark, the world’s largest aquarium and a maritime museum? These aquatic sites and activities are housed under the Marine Life Park.

Adventure Cove

At Adventure Cove Waterpark, you can spend a whole day on waterslides, chilling out at the wave pool or ride on a tube and float down Adventure River.

Find out the about the Five Things to do at Adventure Cove Waterpark.

Dolphin Island is located inside Adventure Cove Waterpark. Here, you can interact with dolphins and learn more about these animals through engagement learning.

Shipwreck Habitat at S.E.A. Aquarium

For those who dream of traveling 20,000 leagues under the sea, you can experience the same vista at the S.E.A. Aquarium. The site is home to the world’s largest aquarium and features more than 100,000 marine animals from over 800 species across 49 habitats.

Find out more about the activities you can enjoy at S.E.A. Aquarium.

Maritime Experiential Museum

At the Maritime Experiential Museum, you can Asia’s rich maritime history and discover Singapore’s past as a trading port.

The exhibition brings you back to the ancient Maritime Silk Route by recreating sights, sounds and scents of bustling bazaars. You can interact with the exhibits and see a fascinating trove of precious artifacts from the Bakau shipwreck and Temasek archaeological site.

Reason 3. RWS caters to all sorts of palates

No matter if you are on a budget or wish to splurge for a meal with your loved ones, RWS has the right place for your stomach.

RWS has multiple celebrity chef restaurants including Forest for Asian food, Joël Robuchon Restaurant for French dishes, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon for avant-garde French dining, Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora who is the only celebrity chef in Singapore and Osia for contemporary Australian cuisine.

Ocean Restaurant at S.E.A. Aquarium

You can even have your meal under the water at Ocean Restaurant where you can enjoy the view of sea creatures gliding past your window.

If you are looking for a sip, head to any of the bars and lounges scattered around the resort.

For those on a budget, you can find many cheap eateries at RWS too.

Reason 4. RWS has an amazing spa service


Looking forward to a relaxing vacation with spa treatments and massages? You won’t need to go far as Thailand since RWS’s ESPA is within the resort’s compound.

If you book a spa service at ESPA, you get to enjoy other services, such as Rock Sauna, Crystal Steam Room, Forest Onsen-style Pools, Outdoor Vitality Pool and Cold Plunge Pool and more, for free.

Find out more about the secrets of ESPA in our blog post series: What your best friend won’t tell you about ESPA and its follow up post.

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