Be it fun facts about our marine animals, stories about the wildlife we find at the resort, or interactive activities you can take part in, come learn an interesting fact or two with us today!
Why Live Moments Large with RWS?
We’re all for living large and we couldn’t be more excited when putting together this exciting line-up of activities and exclusive offerings at the Resort. From unique staycation packages to underwater exploration at the S.E.A. Aquarium to star-studded adventures under the sun at Universal Studios Singapore, here are 3 reasons why you should not miss living large with Resorts World Sentosa.
Ever imagined having a majestic manta ray glide through your living room? Or a hammerhead shark just chilling out with you in your bedroom, as you discover fun facts about cartilaginous fish and more? Well, it’s now possible with S.E.A. Aquarium’s new Augmented Reality (AR) feature that’s compatible for use on both Apple and Android mobile devices.
With schools starting full home-based learning (HBL) from May 19 until May 28 amid the recent spike in Covid-19 cases in Singapore, and parents working from home as much as possible, we know it can be a tough time for both parents and children alike.
Planning for an island getaway with your nearest and dearest at Resorts World Sentosa? From unique art “galleries” to Singapore’s only underwater hotel experience, make it a point to notice these quirky aspects of our hotels during your staycation!
As one of the largest integrated resorts in the world, we’ve made it a priority to identify and mitigate the potential impact that our facilities and operations may have on the environment.
Thanks to their branching structures and rock-like appearances, it’s no surprise they are often mistaken as marine plants or boulders. Corals are in fact living organisms - they are animals instead of plants! Corals, unlike plants, do not produce their own food through photosynthesis. They obtain food and other nutrients from external sources.
Being a mother is tough work, and this is no different in the animal world! However, many of our marine mums face a different set of challenges – pollution and climate change affect the success rate of their reproduction efforts. Species like sand tiger sharks and zebra sharks are even more vulnerable to these threats, due to their late maturity and naturally low rate of reproduction. Here, we pay tribute to some of the amazing marine mummies at S.E.A. Aquarium!
While S.E.A. Aquarium is temporarily closed to the public, life underwater carries on as our aquarists, vets, and vital members of both animal health and life support system teams continue to provide the best care and environment for our 100,000 marine residents representing over 1000 species.
One of the most common duties that aquarists undertake in their daily routine is perhaps the most intensive: cleaning!
It’s what unites us as a people; what makes us stronger as one. This video is a tribute to all our Team Members*, their stories of selflessness, and their unwavering spirit. Tomorrow is brighter because of you.