Singapore is a very interesting destination with a lot crammed into the small southeast Asian country. It is very highly developed and is a major hub for the region. Singapore doesn't need to be a destination, instead, it can be a stop off to somewhere else in the region. It is not the cheapest place to visit but does have plenty of exciting adventures for those who do choose to stay there.

The most expensive hotel in the world is reputed to be a private submarine that costs 'only' $240,000 a night. But there are other underwater hotels around the world that are in the lower thousands like the Manat Resort which goes for less than $2,000 a night. In Singapore, one can have a similar experience if one stays that Resorts World Sentosa.


The Island of Sentosa In Singapore

Resorts World Sentosa dominated the tourist island, Sentosa Island. Sentosa Island is a stunning little island just off the southern coast of Singapore's main island. It is one of the country's main tourist destinations and is so popular, that it attracts around 20 million visitors every year. A visit to Sentosa Island will reveal why it is home to some of the world's most luxurious accommodations like Resorts World Sentosa.

Sentosa is full of some of Singapore's main tourist attractions. It is home to the:

  • Madame Tussauds Singapore
  • Fort Siloso
  • Two Golf Courses (There's Not Much Space For Golf In Singapore)
  • Univesal Studios Singapore Theme Park
  • Resorts World Sentosa - One Of Only Two Casinos

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What To Know About Resorts World Sentosa

Resorts World Sentosa is a massive integrated resort. Not only is it one of only two casinos in Singapore (the other being Marina Sands), but also the stunning Universal Studios Singapore is also a part of the hotel complex. It also has the Adventure Cove Waterpark and the Singapore Oceanarium - the world's second-largest oceanarium.

Resorts World Sentosa was built at a cost of $5 billion - making it the world's third most expensive building at the time.

Attractions at Resorts World Sentosa:

  • Universal Studios Singapore
  • S.E.A. Aquarium
  • Dolphin Island
  • Adventure Cove Waterpark

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Resorts World Sentosa Ocean Suites

Gosh, where do I even begin! While admittedly the price for the room per night is very steep, trust me when I say that you cannot put a price tag on the experience you will get. We had such a memorable honeymoon here!TripAdvisor Reviewer

Resorts World Sentosa has 11 exclusive suites that have been designed like a deluxe two-story townhouse. They are made to offer guests the best of both land and sea. On the upper level, one can enjoy an open living area with an outdoor patio and Jacuzzi outside.

  • Number of Suites: 11 Suites
  • Levels: Two Levels - One With An Outdoor Patio, and The Lower one With A View of The Aquarium
  • Marine Fish: Over 40,000 Fish

Below is something else entirely. Guests enjoy an underwater world with a view of the world's largest aquarium. See over 40,000 marine fish as they swim around in their aquatic environment. The rooms are tucked away on one side of the massive aquarium where no one can see them. The view is like that of a theater when the movie is about to begin.

  • Bulter: The Stay Comes With a Bulter Service

The stay comes complete with personalized butler service. And to complete the marine experience all one needs to do is say the word and one will be ferried to the nearby S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark.

The rooms are popular for honeymoon couples and those wanting a unique and unforgettable experience.

The S.E.A. Aquarium

The S.E.A. Aquarium at the resort was the largest in the world before it was overtaken by Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in Hengqin, China. It contains over 800 species of marine animals with 10 zones and 49 habitats.

The centerpiece of the aquarium is the Open Ocean tank with around 50,000 marine animals in it. Until 2014, it had the world's largest viewing panel (118 feet wide by 27 feet tall). Its massive panel was made to give visitors the feeling of being on the ocean floor.

Among its notable collections are manta rays (the world's largest), Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins, scalloped hammerhead sharks, Japanese spider crabs, and many more. See:

  • Dolphins
  • Hammerhead Sharks
  • Japanese Spider Crabs
  • Manta Rays

Just imagine going to bed with this massive aquarium as one's view!