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Yes, we know that every day should be Mother’s Day. But let’s be honest, we probably don’t show as much appreciation as we should. And some of us are just bad at expressing ourselves with words. This Mother’s Day, seize the opportunity to shower her with some love. We’ve amassed gifts from around RWS that do all the talking for you.
If you have a whole day to spend with your kids, and are trying to squeeze in as many sights of Singapore as humanly possible, then Resorts World Sentosa is a great choice – you can easily spend three days to fully enjoy all there is to experience. But if you have just 12 hours, read on to find out just how you can maximize your precious day with your kids.
Some of you might be confused by this news; hasn’t the Resort been around since 2010? Yes it has, but by 7 December, the Resort will be fully opened and operational. This means that all its attractions including Universal Studios Singapore®, the Maritime Experiential Museum, and the highly anticipated Marine Life Park will be up and running, alongside all 6 hotels and over 60 F&B offerings.
Who can deny the creamy, fluffy, sinfully rich goodness of a perfect egg tart? A marriage between English custard tarts and the quintessential flavours of cha chan tings (茶餐厅; teahouses prevalent especially in Hong Kong), not even the staunchest of diet fanatics will judge you if you down a few of these custardy creations in one go. We sniffed out the places in the Resort where you’ll find these eggy delights, all created differently to suit your tastebuds.
A day out with kids usually requires plenty of planning. Even then, most plans fall through the moment they start screaming for that cute soft toy. For those with children (up to the age of 10), here are some things that might help when planning and making a trip to Resorts World Sentosa.
It would have been a mundane Monday (with abysmally humid weather) but for the anticipation of the start of 11 days of gastronomic pleasures. 6:30 PM at the Maritime Experiential Museum saw the gathering of hosting chefs, guest chefs, and the who’s who of the hosting establishments for an exclusive pre-opening press conference. It was apt that the 16th World Gourmet Summit would kick start at the museum – the sails of the Bao Chuan in the background was a majestic symbol of 16 years of epicurean collaborations, culinary innovation and good taste.