Our Trip to Resorts World Sentosa (Part 2 of 2)

The Casino here doesn’t look as intimidating as the one at Marina Bay Sands. It’s a lot more gaudy too. This place is not as posh, but hotels seem more family and budget friendly. Honestly, if I had to pick one, I would chose Marina Bay Sands because of how the Architecture has transformed the landscape. From VivoCity the Resorts World Structure and colour doesn’t look too attractive. Universal Studios is impressive though. I would love it more if I felt a thrill rather than absolute ‘God help me’ terror on roller coasters.

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I thought this was ugly and odd looking and was shocked to discover it was a Salvador Dali. I usually love his work, but this one seems too nightmarish and freaky.

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I love Michael Jackson, so was excited to see this lithograph.

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Thought of my cousin as I passed this store as she likes the jammies here.

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Love the curves on these Boteros.

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The Thinker looked just like the one in Paris.

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Rainbow colours flash through this fountain, but I loved the blue.

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As we were leaving, we saw many people snapping pictures with this sports car.

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The public bus stops right here too.

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