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Resorts World to open on Chinese New Year
Thu, Feb 11, 2010
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SINGAPORE'S much-anticipated integrated resort (IR), Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) will open its doors on the first day of the Lunar New Year, February 14.

The public will be allowed to enjoy a preview of Universal Studios, as well as dining and shopping venues.

The casino, which will see its soft-opening that day, will have its first play during an auspicious hour at a private ceremony and the public will be allowed through its doors at 12.18pm.

Attractions such as the Lake of Dreams and evening previews of the Universal Studios theme park will make its debut that day. However, rides and shows will not be operational.

Mr Tan Hee Teck, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RWS said that the rides and shows in theme park are still undergoing fine-tuning.

Opening hours for Universal Studios will be from 5pm to 9pm every night from February 14 to 21. Admission costs $10.

Universal Studios Singapore will open on February 22, 2010 to Resorts World Sentosa, Genting, and Universal employees followed by limited audiences of staff families, charities and invited guests.

It is expected to open to public in early March

The casino levy can be bought at 11.18 am on Friday, February 12, 2010.

Singapore citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents can purchase the levy from counters outside the Resorts World Sentosa casino and online at www.rwsentosa.com.

Details of the tours, levy terms and conditions will be posted online from Friday.

Enquiries can be made at enquiries@rwsentosa.com or 6577 8888/99.

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