Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Chinese New Year 2014 at Resorts World Sentosa

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) is set to welcome the Year of the Horse with food fare and fun fare. Award-winning Chinese restaurants – Feng Shui Inn and Forest 森 have crafted and prepared festive dishes for guests to indulge in during this time of celebration. The Resort will also transform into a magical sight during this festive period as 3,888 custom-made lanterns light up the resort in full festive glory. Auspicious decorations will adorn the resort, including 8 lantern horses galloping along FestiveWalk and 8 lantern seahorses outside the Maritime Experiential Museum.

Resorts World Sentosa’s key attractions will also join in the festive cheer as selected characters at Universal Studios Singapore don on festive outfits and S.E.A. Aquarium extends its opening hours. A series of public activities will also take place at the world’s largest aquarium with highlights such as acrobatics and drum performances as well as underwater blessings from our divers. Guests will be fully immersed in the festive mood as they visit the Resort, be it for reunion dining or enjoying a fun-filled day at our attractions.

As a highlight of RWS’ Lunar New Year celebrations, 18,888 Hong Baos will be given out daily in the Sure Win Hong Bao Surprise. From 15 January 2014 to 14 February 2014, all guests visiting Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, and Adventure Cove Waterpark will receive Hong Baos with sure-win prizes
including one-night stay at the exclusive Ocean Suites or Tree Top Lofts, complimentary tickets to LightSeeker, as well as RWS attraction passes and dining vouchers. Guests dining at RWS’ seven F&B outlets  will also receive a Sure Win Hong Bao with a minimum spend of S$50. More than S$6 million
worth of prizes will be up for grabs.

Lunar New Year Delights
For the first time, guests looking for a unique venue for their reunion dinner can head to New York Street for Lo Hei at Universal Studios Singapore. Chefs Sam Leong and Mike Tan of Forest森 and Chef Li Kwok Kwong of Feng Shui Inn have teamed up to create an indulgent nine-course dinner menu on 30 January 2014 (除夕) and 6 February 2014 (人日). While feasting on dishes like Slow-cooked Pork Ribs Spice and Sweet Rice Vinegar Sauce, Stuffed Oyster Roll with Wild Red Grouper Goji Berry and Hair Weed, guests can top off the dinner with meet & greets as well as rides. Priced at S$98++ per person, families can choose to dine along New York Street or at Hollywood China Bistro depending on group size.

For more feasting throughout the fifteen days of the Lunar New Year, RWS also offers unique Lo Hei
options, celebratory reunion menus and scrumptious festive goodies. Chef Li gives the Yu Sheng a stallion twist this year, with meticulous plating to resemble the shape of a horse. This symbolises ‘galloping’ towards a bright future (马到功成) for diners and features a medley of refreshingly sharp flavours and colours with cubic sized salmon, crispy-skinned mackerel and silver fish as well as strips of bak kwa. Livened up with Italian balsamic vinegar or mint dressing, this dish is a bountiful combination of unique taste and textures.

Valentine’s Day 2014

With the last day of the Lunar New Year coinciding with Valentine’s Day, there is even more reason to celebrate this day of reunion and love. S.E.A. Aquarium will be putting a romantic spin to its Ocean Dreams sleepover programme for couples seeking a night out “under the sea”. Couples will not only enjoy a VIP tour of the world’s largest aquarium and dine in front of the world’s largest acrylic panel, but also tuck in for the night with more than 50,000 marine animals in sight. Other packages including a stay in Equarius Hotel with dolphin interaction or indulgence at ESPA are also available.

For more information on Chinese New Year 2014 in Resorts World Sentosa take a look at this press release : Resorts World Sentosa rides into the Year of the Horse with giveaways and festive decorations.

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