Resorts World Sentosa Has Reopened—Here Are The Major Do’s and Don’ts On Your Visit

After a period of temporary closure due to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Resorts World Sentosa has finally reopened its gates!

On 1 July, Wednesday, world-class theme park Universal Studios Singapore (USS Singapore) welcomed guests once again, complete with appearances from much-missed characters such as the bright and mischievous Minions and the lovable Sesame Street friends. 

Meanwhile, S.E.A. Aquarium will reopen on 4 July, Saturday—much to the delight of its resident marine animals that have been missing their friendly interactions with curious humans. 

As Resorts World Sentosa adjusts to the new normal under Singapore’s Phase Two of reopening, stringent safety measures in accordance with the directives of the Singapore Government have been put in place to ensure the health and safety of every guest. 

The Resort is steadfast in enforcing three principles during this time—Safe Entry, Safe Experience, and Safe Environment for the utmost protection of guests throughout their visit from the moment they arrive. 

Attractions in the resort are taking a careful and controlled approach, meaning, they will be open four days a week with staggered operating hours in the initial phase to limit physical contact and to avoid crowding. 


RWS Singapore Temperature Checks
Visitors are subject to temperature checks upon entry | via Resorts World Sentosa


Admission and VIP tours for groups will accommodate a maximum of five visitors. Shows, street entertainment, character meet-and-greets, and feeding sessions at the aquarium are also put on hold for now. 

The Resort guarantees intensive and frequent cleaning and disinfection of all high-touch points. All rides are to be wiped down after every use, and all 3D glasses will be disinfected after every use.

The Casino, too, is abiding by strict safe management measures, adopting rigorous measures to provide as much fresh air circulation as possible to maintain optimal air quality that exceeds commercial facilities’ standards as well as installing antimicrobial-coated acrylic safety shields at all gaming tables and machines.

Here are the major do’s and don’ts on your next visit to Resorts World Sentosa:



DO: know the new operating hours

Universal Studios Singapore
Thursday to Sunday (from 9 July)
2:00 PM – 9:00 PM
*Closed from Monday to Wednesday


S.E.A. Aquarium
Saturday to Tuesday
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
*Closed from Wednesday to Friday



High-touch points are frequently and intensively disinfected throughout the day | via Resorts World Sentosa



DON’T: Visit if you are not feeling well

As a precautionary measure, Resorts World Sentosa urges those feeling unwell to stay home to avoid infecting perfectly healthy guests during their visit. Those who develop symptoms while in the resort will be assisted by medical personnel on standby. 



DO: Book your tickets in advance

Making an online advanced reservation for all guests including Annual and Season Pass Holders are required to minimize crowding. 

Buy discounted tickets here now:

Universal Studios Singapore (USS Tickets)
S.E.A. Aquarium



Floor markers help guests observe proper social distancing in the resort | via Resorts World Sentosa


DON’T: Disregard social distancing markers

These markers have been set in areas where guests are directed to queue and stand (including attraction lanes, restaurants, and aquarium viewing areas) to ensure at least one-meter spacing. Visitors are to follow these markers. 



DO: Wear your mask and practice proper handwashing

Guests must wear face masks at all times and are expected to practice proper handwashing to curb the spread of infection. Hand sanitation zones have also been made available throughout the resort for when you can’t wash with soap and water. 



Visitors must wear a face mask at all times | via Resorts World Sentosa



Are you looking forward to returning to Resorts World Sentosa soon? Book your tickets to top attractions like Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium on KKday now!



*Featured image courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa