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Travel Diary: RW Sentosa I

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Here we go.. My first Resorts World Sentosa travel diary is now up and I’m so excited to share with you guys my wonderful experience. To be honest, I didn’t know you can do so many things inside this entertainment complex. You can spend so many days there without getting bored! Aside from spending time with my sister and our friends, we were also able to bond with my RW Sentosa winner Melissa Gatchalian and her brother Matthew. She’s such a beautiful girl inside and out! Anyway, here’s what we did during day 1 and 2.

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It was my first time going inside the VIP reception and I felt so special! Haha. We always get our tickets here and have our own special tour guide explain to us every detail we need to know about SEA Aquarium, Universal Studios, etc. You too can have a special VIP tour- just click HERE for more details.

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First stop: SEA Aquarium. I’ve never seen so many beautiful sea creatures inside one aquarium! Here you get to explore the marine realm, one of the world’s largest aquarium, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species!

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Leafy sea dragon. Yep. that’s not a leaf. Look closely!

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Clingy school of fish!!!!!!!!!

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Octopus tentacles. It was so big I couldn’t fit it in one frame.

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I found Nemo and Dory! And they found each other too! Cutie!

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So many beautiful and colourful corals.

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After our SEA Aquarium visit, we went to Osia, a contemporary western restaurant where they served good steak and lamb. Yummy! What a good first day!

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The highlight of my second day was the Dolphin Trek. It’s an underwater programme where we get the chance to see the world of dolphins from a fish eye view! We went four meters deep in the water and played with the dolphins!!! Here, you don’t need to be a certified scuba diver to do this. The best part? You can bring a go-pro to record your entire experience!

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The dolphins were so friendly and sweet- I even got a kiss from them! You have to options: to to the dolphin trek and or play with the dolphins waist deep. When you go to RW Sentosa, you must experience this. It’s a MUST! You can click HERE for more details.

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We had lunch after and spent the afternoon inside Adventure Cove Waterpark. Here you get to experience thrilling water rides! It’s a great venue for family and friends! Just don’t forget your sun block!!!!!!

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Riptide Rocket. Like an intense roller coaster on water, it combines powerful climbs, drops, twists and tight turns all in one ride! If you love the adrenaline rush, you have to try this ride!

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Time for a popsicle break! There’s nothing more refreshing that a cold shake and an ice cream on a super hot day.

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The Big Bucket Treehouse. The line’s always full here so I wasn’t able to try it. Looks so fun, right?

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Next to the sand box, there’s a rainbow reef where you can snorkel and see all the beautiful coral reef and get to swim with over 20,000 friendly fish.

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I already love Melissa (nickname Liz, but not to confuse her with my sister, I will just stick to her name hahaha)! She’s incredibly stylish, friendly and so game for everything!

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Hello ironman!

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This ride is called Duelling Racer. Ready, set, slide!!!

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After Adventure Cove Waterparkk, we dined at Syun, a contemporary Japanese restaurant that offers the finest Kobe beef and a lot of fresh sushis! Helmed by celebrity chef Hal Yamashita, they only use the freshest premium ingredients that’s all freshly imported from the likes of Awaji Island and the Tanba area in Japan. Yum!!!

More Resorts World Sentosa experience soon! For bookings and reservations, go to Resorts World Sentosa’s website. You can also follow them on InstagramFacebook and Twitter. BMS.

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7 Comments

  1. gea riosa
    3 years ago

    super gwapo ng boyfriend ni liz

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    1. Laureen Uy
      3 years ago

      Gwapo talaga siya, lalo in person haha :p

      Reply
  2. Andrei
    3 years ago

    The Sea Aquarium is so cuuuuutee!!! Looking forward to your next post! 🙂

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    1. Laureen Uy
      3 years ago

      Thank you! Ganda noh? 🙂

      Reply
  3. William
    2 years ago

    I’m a listener and also a donect for the Steinhart at the Cal Academy. It’s always so nice hear from repeat visitors and get a chance to see more of the museum, especially since the place is always changing. The number of cold-water exhibits hasn’t really changed though, but animals come and go, whole new exhibits go up, and some of the smaller tanks have been revised. One of my favorite cold-water animals in a small thank is the Lion’s Mane Nudibranch, which come and go a few times a year. The aquarium has a less-than-straightforward layout so you may have simply walked into a section you previous never seen. The western side of the aquarium has always been all cold-water (California) exhibits, while the coral/tropical tanks occupy the entire eastern side, the middle section (where you found the archer fish) is a mix, and the far western side is the freshwater Amazon tanks.You highlighted one of my favorite stories to tell visitors about the archer fish and Burmese vine snakes living in opposite universes. You’re lucky to have seen the archer fish being fed because I’ve never been there when it happens. I’ve seen the vine snakes being fed small feeder goldfish, an incredible and fun sight to watch.

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  4. jorien
    2 years ago

    wow! all you photos at the beach was stunning . 🙂

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    1. Laureen Uy
      2 years ago

      Thank you 🙂

      Reply

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