[SINGAPORE] Top 10 Things To Do in Resorts World Sentosa Travel Guide

Singapore is not a boring place, especially after you read our travel tips of the 10 Best Things to Do at Resorts World Sentosa. As Asia’s ultimate premium lifestyle destination, Resorts World Sentosa is home to six unique hotels, the Asian flagship spa of a world-renowned spa brand, an exclusive casino, as well as four world-class attractions: Universal Studios Singapore™, S.E.A. Aquarium™, Dolphin Island™ and Adventure Cove Waterpark™. With the most number of Michelin stars in one destination, Resorts World Sentosa Singapore offers dining experiences that are truly superior to anyone else in town.

We just figured out that there are so many things you can do at Resorts World Sentosa, because they offer guests with a variety of entertainment and activities to amaze everyone, not only children but also for couples, families, groups of friends, etc. Yes, you can make the best of your holiday with our top picks of things to do, try, see and experience at Resorts World Sentosa.

Here are our top things to do and see at Resorts World Sentosa based on our experience:

1. ESPA at Resorts World Sentosa

ESPA at Resorts World Sentosa is indeed the best spa in Singapore which offers a luxurious and enjoyable experience for customers who need to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city. The spa area is huge, comfortable, and they have plenty of space for nature and calm settings. We didn’t try all the facilities but we had a relaxing time with a foot massage and the outdoor forest onsen was so relaxing! The gym and spa facilities are clean and well-decorated; it’s definitely a great place to rest and rejuvenate. Guests staying at Equarius Hotel can enjoy gym facilities located at ESPA and if you happen to visit ESPA on your trip to Singapore, don’t forget to try the Crystal Steam Room, Rock Sauna, Cold Plunge Pool, and Sleep Zone.

2. Romantic and Unforgettable Lunch at Tangerine

Tangerine’s menu aims to introduce a wide range of whole, natural foods to guests, whether it’s guest from ESPA, hotel guests around Resorts World Sentosa, or from outside Resorts World Sentosa. Because the restaurant is nestled in a lush garden with beautiful views from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows beside our table, it’s so peaceful and quiet. If it wasn’t for a tight schedule for the purpose of video shooting for RWS, we might be able to stay there for hours, just to enjoy a relaxed and quiet lunch, unlike other restaurants. It looks expensive but the dishes are quite affordable, especially when they have this offer: All-Day Set Menu is attractively priced at only S$38++ per person. We really enjoyed all the food prepared by the new Chef de Cuisine Aisha Ibrahim at Tangerine. A native of California, she uses all her skills to presents a variety of dishes made with fresh ingredients in the garden, with colorful appearance, light yet tasty! I highly recommend a lovely lunch or a romantic evening at Tangerine to experience the explosion of different tastes and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

P.S: It’s amazing how Chef Aisha can elevate the visual appeal through each dishes. Look at the edible rocks below, it was really awesome! It was one of the best presentations of the appetizer we’ve had so far in our culinary journey!

3. Dinner at The Forest 森

We had the privilege of dining at Forest 森 last year and when we returned this month, the experience never disappointed us! Led by Singapore’s famous celebrity chef Sam Leong, Forest 森 in Equarius Hotel prides itself on contemporary Chinese fine cuisine that goes beyond the familiar. The dish that is claimed to be famous in the Forest restaurant is French Foie Gras, but the Alaska King Crab Meat Soup (braised with Hokkaido dried scallop and pumpkin), Australian Lamb Chop (charcoal grilled and marinated with lemongrass and cumin), and Handmade Noodle (accompanied with Tiger Prawn and sliced fish, braised with superior Chicken stock) were equally satisfying. We love the freshness of the ingredients, the aroma of each dishes, and the way they present it to us. Dessert was my favorite part of the night; we had Yogurt Mandarin Parfait which is specially prepared by Chef Joe Leong, son of Singapore’s very own celebrity chef Sam Leong. I highly recommend dining at Forest 森 for family gatherings or celebrations.

4. Have Fun Go Mad at Universal Studios Singapore

We have visited the Singapore Universal Studios several times and we always had a blast everytime we visit this park! As one of the top family attractions in Singapore, there are seven different zones that you can explore: from Hollywood, Madagascar, Far Far Away, The Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Sci-Fi City and New York. Each zone features its own themed rides, shows, shops, restaurants and street entertainment, so you should come early in the morning to experience everything.

Quick tips:
Buy the ticket online and ride the most popular Universal Studios Singapore rides first!

To save your time, here’s our best route (and height requirement for rides) for your reference:
1. Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase (92cm, fun ride)
2. TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle (102cm, thrill ride)
3. Battlestar Galactica (125cm): both Human and Cylon (125cm, thrill ride)
4. Revenge of the Mummy (122cm, thrill ride)
5. Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure (thrill ride)
6. Puss in Boots’ Giant Journey (fun ride)
7. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure (80cm, fun ride)

5. Lunch at KT’s Grill in Universal Studios Singapore

Never know that there’s a good western steakhouse existed in the park (in the New York area) located at Universal Studios Singapore. KT’s Grill offers some of the best Western Cuisine serving a tantalizing collection of mouth-watering dishes such as steaks, pasta, fish & chips, and other grill house favorites. Both the Char-Grilled Rib Eye (S$39,-) and Chef’s Special BBQ Baby Back Ribs (S$29,-) were quite huge (should be able to feed up to 3person). When I tried this, the Rib Eye steak at KT’s Grill was very tender; it was tasty and well prepared with medium-well cooked. So good, ’til I finally finished it myself. Ha-ha… If you’re looking for a steak date at USS, I recommend you to try this restaurant.

6. The Maritime Experiential Museum

Whether you’re a history geek or a couple who like to explore new things, you can add The Maritime Experiential Museum to your list as well. The exhibitions have been enhanced with multi-sensory treat where you can explore 15 thematic galleries and replicas of majestic vessels such as the Chinese junk, Javanese jong, and Borobudur ship. Don’t miss out the Typhoon Theatre attraction (add-on for just S$3,-), ‘coz it’s a cool 4D experience where you’ll set sail on board a 9th-century vessel and be fighting the treacherous waves!

7. S.E.A. Aquarium

We loved our visit to the S.E.A. Aquarium located at Resorts World Sentosa. S.E.A. Aquarium is a great and fun exhibition for all people of all ages, where this place is home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species, across into 50 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. They have huge tanks with a wide range of fish; if we have all day, we might just sit there and look at those fishes until the place is closed. Everything is well kept; the shark tube is exciting and the manta rays are very beautiful, you should see them for yourself. Impressive!

8. Dolphin Island – Adventure Cove

Ever dreamed of kissing and playing with dolphins? If so, it’s time to fulfill your dream and meet the magnificent Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins – some of the most fascinating marine mammals of the oceans! Dolphin Island at Resorts World Sentosa offers a range of programmes that will give you the opportunity to meet them up-close. See this video below to see how excited we were playing with Wawa, the adorable dolphin!

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🆕📽 #mffdvideo featuring Wawa, the adorable Dolphin at #dolphinisland at @rwsentosa this morning. 🐋 It’s our first time playing with the dolphins; kissing, hugging, and they are playing in many tricks, such an unforgettable experience! ❤️ . Full Video available on my IGTV, check it out! . #myfunfoodiary #myfunfoodiarySingapore #TravelwithMyfunfoodiary . . . . . #rwsmoments #rwsentosa #vitaminsea #dolphinpose #paradisebeach #tropicalvibes #islandvibes #oceanbreeze #beachlife #doyoutravel #sunshinetherapy #travelinfluencer #findyourbeach #oceanvibes #bestbeaches #seastheday #oceanlove #endlesssummer #unlimitedparadise #videoviral #resortsworldsentosa #dolphins #visitsingapore #bestvideo #votd

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9. Lunch at OCEAN Restaurant by Cat Cora

It’s always exciting to watch the fish swim by and spot different species while we’re eating at Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora which is located right inside the S.E.A Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa. This was our second time to visit the restaurant but it always never fail with the food and service they provided. We had 3-course menu again for only $68,- (Amuse Bouche, 1 Hot starter, 1 Main Course, 1 Dessert, and regular coffee/tea). If you’re looking for an unforgettable and relaxing experience of having a nice meal with the fish, I highly recommend you to visit this place.

10. Snacking and Dinner at Malaysian Food Street

Glad to return to Malaysian Food Street after playing at the USS (Universal Studios Singapore), a must visit place for all your food cravings, especially for Malaysian delicacies. They have so many choices, but some of the highlights include: Chicken Satay (it’s Penang style, our top favorite), Egg Canai with tasty Chicken Curry, Hot Pot Rice, Bak Kut Teh, Nasi Lemak, and Sampalit Kari Chicken’s famous chicken curry from Malaysia (it tasted quite spicy, and it’s really good). 💕

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Myfunfoodiary as Indonesian Food and Travel Blog was born in July 2012 and has become one of the valuable online source for locals, tourists, food enthusiasts and industry professionals. It is a Jakarta based Food and Travel Blog managed by Mullie Marlina, a young, lovely, cheerful and blessed wife who loves to share her culinary and travel experiences through her writing. You’ll find her honest reviews, valuable suggestions, objective ratings and recommendation of eateries in Jakarta and selected cities in Indonesia and abroad. Her curated restaurant reviews are based on her meticulous inquiries and her rich dining experience in various restaurants in Jakarta. She has also traveled to different cities and countries where she finds interesting and inspiring dishes, cuisines and excellent dining ambience which she also included in the list. From recommendations, restaurant experiences, events, travel destinations, and recipes, readers will find anything food related in this website. She would really appreciate your feedback, and would love to hear about any suggestions, events regarding food, or just to drop in to say "Hi". Again, thank you so much for dropping by, and she hopes you enjoy reading her journal. Thank you so much for all your supports! God bless you! ^_^

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