Resorts World Sentosa Will Be Closing Two of Its Attractions

Resorts World Sentosa Will Be Closing Two of Its Attractions

As part of the new RWS expansion, Singapore's Resorts World Sentosa will be closing its Crane Dance and Maritime Experiential Museum in March this year.

Two attractions at Resorts World Sentosa will go down in history as noteworthy features of the integrated resort as they make way for the major RWS 2.0 expansion and transformation scheduled. The Crane Dance and the Maritime Experiential Museum will be closed from Monday, 2 March 2020 as part of the redevelopment of the waterfront promenade and the augmentation of the S.E.A. Aquarium respectively.

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

At 10 storeys high, the Crane Dance is one of the world’s largest dancing animatronics shows incorporating digital art, LED displays, astounding light and water effects, as well as pyrotechnics. It has made for a spectacular visual treat for the eyes since its inception in 2010.

First opened on 15 October 2011, The Maritime Experiential Museum is Singapore’s first and only museum dedicated to the exploration of the Maritime Silk Route; a conduit for trade and cultural exchange that is significant in Singapore’s rich history. A plethora of features including shipwreck artefacts and engaging exhibits trail the burgeoning of sea trade between Asia and the Middle East.

Image credit: Resorts World Sentosa

The highlight of this riveting museum is a multi-sensory stimulation known as Shipwreck at Typhoon Theatre which allows visitors to experience an exhilarating journey fleeting pirate invaders onboard a sinking ship.

Catch These Attractions  Before They Close!

From now till 1 March 2020, you can catch the 10-minute Crane Dance performance (8pm daily; free admission) or immerse yourself in the adventurous maritime voyages of the high seas at The Maritime Experiential Museum (10am to 7pm daily) one last time before bidding adieu to both attractions. 

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