Friday, November 19, 2010

Skywatch Friday - Resort World Singapore in Sentosa

Resort World Singapore on Sentosa Island is an intergrated resort with a casino, a theme park (Universal Studio), a musuem (not open yet), a Marine Life Park which includes the world's largest oceanarium (not open yet) and a few hotels.

The Maritime Xperiential Museum will house a 360-degree multimedia theatre where visitors can trace the history of the maritime Silk Route from the 9th to the 19th century. It will become the permanent home of the Jewel of Muscat. It is set to open in 2011.

The Marine Life Park will be the world's largest oceanarium, holding more than 20 million gallons of salt water habitats. It will be home to over 700,000 fish of various sizes and colours inside a 6.6 million gallon lagoon. While originally planned to include whale sharks, the controversial plan was eventually dropped. It is set to open in late 2011

(Source: wikipedia)



Can you find me in the reflection on the ball?






Lake of Dreams is a multimedia spectacular that combines the elements of water, fire, air and light, designed by Jeremy Railton. Source: (Wikipedia )



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10 comments:

Photo Cache said...

very impressive. amazing how singapore continues to build inspite of its very limited acreage. would love to spend time here.

Ewok

sceneoftranquility said...

nice skywatch reflection.

indicaspecies said...

Very good shots for Skywatch!

Ann said...

My husband just came back from Singapore. He says this place is awesome. he promise next time we go to Singapore, we will sleep there for one night, the rest of the time, I hitch a tent.

The Write Girl said...

Beautiful photos...I liked the design of the building. Sounds like a wonderful place to visit.

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous captures, Alice! And Singapore's continued growth is amazing! I'd love to visit there, too! Hope you've had a good week and wishing you a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

ladyfi said...

Lovely reflection - and what a great place to visit!

alicesg said...

I dont have the time to venture into the hotel cause I spend the whole day at the Universal Studio Singapore. Next time, I hope to visit the musuem and the oceanarium when they open and also hope to go round the hotels. There's shopping and good dining in the hotels too.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots. That is too many things to see in one place.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, Resort World looks like the place to go in your neck of the world.