25/06/2022

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Resorts World Sentosa is re-opening its doors to guests from 1 July 2020

Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), one of the island’s two integrated resorts, will be resuming operations from 1 July 2020.

Yes, this includes both their attractions and their dining establishments.

Resumption of attractions

Universal Studios Singapore (USS), will be reopening its doors this Wednesday, 1 July 2020, and subsequently every Thursday through Sunday. Most rides will be available, with the exception of shows and street entertainment options.

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(Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa)

The RWS Casino will open on the same day, but will operate at a reduced capacity: the list is limited only to existing Genting Rewards members and/or Annual Levy Holders.

Rigorous measures in the casino include: providing as much fresh air circulation, mandatory face masks, limiting the number of players per gaming table, and installing antimicrobial-coated acrylic “safety shields” at all gaming tables and gaming machines for protection of both guests and dealers.

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Intensive and frequent cleaning and disinfection of all high touch points at S.E.A. Aquarium (Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa)

Apart from USS and the RWS Casino, the marine realm over at the S.E.A. Aquarium will also be resuming operations this weekend, 4 July 2020.

To assure guest safety, both Universal Studios Singapore and the S.E.A. Aquarium will take a careful and controlled approach to this re-opening. During this initial phase, all guests, including Annual and Season Pass Holders, are required to make an online advanced reservation and book the date of their visit prior to visiting the park.

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Temperature scans for all guests before entering Universal Studios Singapore (Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa)

As part of the Safe Experience principles in place, all rides will impose an alternate row seating measures, with family or group (up to five) occupying the same row. All rides will be wiped down after every use, and all 3D glasses will be disinfected after every use.

Dine-in options are now available

Besides attractions, RWS has resumed dining-in at a selection of their signature dining establishments, complete with safe management measures in place.

These measures encompass digitalised systems like menu viewing via QR code and contactless payment set up at all Point-of-Sales counters to reduce contact between service staff and guests.

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table65 (Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa)

These establishments include Singapore’s only underwater aquarium dining experience, Ocean Restaurant, one Michelin-starred table65, as well as Osia Steak & Seafood Grill and Syun.

Reservations can be made online via their website here, or via email. Their dining hotline is available at: +65 6577 6688.

Looking for some authentic hawker fare? Don’t fret, the stalls at Malaysian Food Street will also be open for dine-in. Guests can call the hotline at +65 8140 7228 to place orders from 11 am to 8.30 pm daily. Alternatively, they also accept walk-in orders from 11 am (last order at 8.30 pm).

For more information, head to their website here.

(Hero image credit: Ilyani Nasir on Unsplash)

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