4 activities you can do for the March school holidays at Resorts World Sentosa

Instead of spending the weeklong March school holidays in bed (we know, it’s really comfortable), here is a better idea -challenge yourself to something fun, and maybe discover new skills along the way.

Here are four activities at Resorts World Sentosa that might get you springing out of bed: go on a private tour of Universal Studios Singapore, catch Pokemons, sleepover amongst fishes, walk a tightrope, and learn how to cook.

1. Go on a VIP Tour of Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore VIP Tours

Sign up for the Universal Studios Singapore VIP Tour and get the red carpet treatment.

Start with complimentary refreshment at the VIP Lounge before you are personally escorted through the park for a guided tour of up-to 5 hours during which you also get VIP access to at least eight attractions.

Other entitlements include:

  • A VIP lanyard and commemorative pin
  • Universal Express Unlimited access to selected attractions before and after guided tour
  • 10% discount on select merchandise at Universal Studios Singapore
  • Opportunity for a private meet-and-greet and photo session with selected characters
  • and more

 

Universal Studios Singapore VIP Tour

Reservations are required and must be made at least 48 hours in advance. To reserve your VIP tour, please call (65) 65776077, email us at rwstours@rwsentosa.com

Tickets
1-Day VIP Tour Adult (Ages 13 and above) Child (Ages 4 to 12)
Regular S$298 S$228
MasterCard® Offer S$268 S$205
Universal Studios Singapore Attractions Annual / Season Passholder S$238 S$182
Genting Rewards Member 238GD 182GD
RWS Invites Member S$268 S$205

If you’re skipping the VIP Tour, check out this promotion:

Universal Studios Singapore local student special

Bundle promo: 2 at $138, 4 at $260, 6 at $366
Includes $5 USS Meal Voucher and $5 USS Retail Voucher (min spend of $35) per person

Adult Annual Pass @$160, Student Season Pass @$75.

From 1 March to 30 April. On-site purchase only. Present a valid Singapore-issued Student Pass and identification document in person for purchase and admission.

If this is your first time to Universal Studios Singapore, we have a guide just for you.

2. Spend a night with the fishes at Ocean Dreams

sleepover at Ocean Dreams
S.E.A. Aquarium sleepover at Ocean Dreams

If you’ve never had a sleepover before, then perhaps it’s time to ‘rough it out’ at S.E.A. Aquarium. Explore the Aquarium after dark with a guide, camp in front of the Open Ocean Habitat in sleeping bags, and discover if fishes do indeed sleep when the lights are out.

If you are under 21, you’ll need an accompanying adult – so maybe it’s time to call in the favour from your elder sibling.

Two sessions in March 11 – 12 and 19 – 20 (7pm-10am the following day)

Ocean Dreams
Adult $158 | Child $138 | Family package for 2 adults and 2 children for $548

Call +65 6577 7515 or email public.programmes@rwsentosa.com for reservation.

3. Get adventurous at Adventure Cove Waterpark

The obstacle courses at Splashworks.
The obstacle courses at Splashworks.

After hitting the books, it’s time to hit the water. Get out into the sun at Adventure Cove Waterpark and put yourself through the obstacles placed in your path.

Beyond the rides and slides in the water park, there are two ‘challenges’ you can take on. The Wet Maze has a rope-course that you can practise (sorta) tightrope walking and Splashworks is where you go for more rope stuff, including a rope climb.

Adventure Cove Waterpark Wet Maze
Obstacle course at Wet Maze.

When you are tired and hungry, check out the new Japanese fusion menu at Bay Restaurant.

Adventure Cove Waterpark local student special

Bundle promo: 2 at $68, 4 at $128, 6 at $180
Includes $5 Meal Voucher valid at SEAside Snack/ Malaysian Food Street/ Bay Restaurant, per person.

Adult Annual Pass @$109  (You can upgrade from the bundle above, based on single ticket price.)

From 1 March to 30 April. On-site purchase only. Present a valid Singapore-issued Student Pass and identification document in person for purchase and admission.

4. Learn to cook at Sessions

Resorts World Sentosa restaurant Sessions
Sessions Dessert Bar.

If you are between 4 and 12, and dream of becoming a top notch chef in the future, get hands-on with this 30-minutes baking class at Sessions, where you learn to make cookies and decorate cupcakes from a chef. As an added incentive, you’ll have to eat your creation afterwards.

Kids Sessions (Hard Rock Hotel Singapore lobby)
Every Tuesday to Sunday. 12pm to 5pm (30-minute per session, occurs hourly)
$18 nett

Walk-in registration. Contact +65 6577 6567 for more information.

 

[BONUS] Catch Gen 2 Pokémon around the Resort

The new Pokémons from the Johto region are out in Pokémon Go. You’ll find Hoppip, Natu and the rare Girafarig in the Resort.

Here’s a recap of the Pokestops and gyms around the Resort.

The fun goes beyond the school holidays. Find out other activities at Resorts World Sentosa in March.

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