Tag: Staycation

Food Review: Coastes

Sentosa Staycation Itinerary Overview (October 2015) After our visit to RWS SEA Aquarium and Fort Siloso, we took a cable ride to Siloso Beach for dinner! We had a “budget” lunch at RWS’ Malaysia Food Street. So we were going to pamper ourselves for the 

Cable Car at Sentosa, Singapore

Sentosa Staycation Itinerary Overview (October 2015) I remembered being scared during my first ride of cable car at Sentosa as a young girl. I was afraid of the leg-shaking heights. But after many years, I was excited to try it again! :) The iconic cable 

Malaysian Food Street at Resort World Sentosa

Sentosa Staycation Itinerary Overview (October 2015) There are Michelin star restaurants, fast food outlets and some popular food chains around Resorts World Sentosa (“RWS”). To get some affordable real food in RWS, we decided that the “local” hawker food at Malaysian Food Street (“Street”) was 

Fort Siloso & Sky Walk (Singapore Sentosa)

Fort Siloso is definitely for War buffs and history enthusiasts. It’s also good for Singaporeans to learn more about the history of our land. Also a place for nature lovers and introverts to take a respite from the bustling Sentosa that’s filled with tourists (almost) 

Sentosa RWS S.E.A. Aquarium – Deals and Review

Update (6 June 2016):  Underwater World Singapore will be closing on 26 June 2016.  Sentosa RWS S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the two sea aquariums in Sentosa Singapore. The other one is UnderWater World. UnderWater World has been in Sentosa for the longest time. Mr 

Sentosa Staycation October 2015 (Overview)

Itinerary Overview  Click through each link for my review about it. Accommodation: Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) Hotel Michael Activities: RWS SEA aquarium Fort Siloso and Sky Walk Cable Car at Sentosa, Singapore Meals: Dinner: Coastes Lunch and Dinner: Malaysian Street Food @ RWS Travels during October