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Gardens by the Sentosa Bay to Open January 2011

Beginning January 29, pedestrians to Sentosa can enjoy a scenic and leisurely stroll. The 700m boardwalk is packed with green spaces, rest stops and unblocked views of the Sentosa bay. 

There are five themed gardens representing the tropical landscapes unique to Singapore: mangrove, rock garden, terrain and hill, coastal flora and rainforest. Approximately 130 plant species adorn the gardens, which also has seating spaces for pedestrians to enjoy the surroundings. Two retail and four F&B outlets are set to open along the boardwalk as well.

Catch the Debut of the Crane Dance at RWS this Christmas!

Helmed by four-time Emmy award winner Jeremy Railton over 3 years, the Crane Dance waterfront show at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) will debut on Christmas Day. This free nightly show comprises LED displays, light and water effects. As you might guess, spectators will be treated to two 80-tonne steel cranes mimicking the graceful courtship of the birds' dance ritual. 

World's Most Decorated Chef to Open Eateries in RWS

With 26 Michelin Stars under his belt, Mr Joel Robuchon is the world's most decorated chef. Come February, he will be opening two eateries in Resorts World Sentosa (RWS). Both the Joel Robuchon Restaurant and L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon will be located in Hotel Michael, one of six hotels in the integrated resort.

Cable Car Rides Between Mount Faber and Sentosa Reopened

Cable CarAfter a nine-month hiatus, cable car rides to Sentosa island have resumed operation from Mount Faber's hilltop station. At its peak, the previous cable car system ferried 1.65 million people annually. Now, after a $36 million revamp, the cable cars are larger and boast better all-round views. The rides are also faster and smoother.

Pick The Right Spots For The Youth Olympic Games 2010

The 12-day period from 14 to 26 August will see Singapore host the inaugural Youth Olympic Games 2010. Youths from all over the world will compete in 26 sports across 18 venues island-wide. For the discerning spectator, picking and choosing the right places with the best sporting action, atmosphere and great views will be a priority. 

1) Be a part of the opening ceremony at The Float@Marina Bay. Apart from the action and youthful exuberence, soak in the sight of the city skyline, including the newly opened Marina Bay Sands integrated resort. 

Usher In The Singapore Food Festival 2010!

Since its introduction in 1994, the Singapore Food Festival has gradually grown in stature to become a key calendar event today. The festival aims to promote Singapore's beloved local cuisines, with this year's theme being Chinese Dialect Food. From 16 to 25 July, participants can look forward to a gastronomic experience island-wide, with several main programs and fringe events lined-up. 

Marina Bay Sands' Grand Opening on 23 June

The long-anticipated Grand Opening of the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort is finally here! After a soft phase one opening in late April, the remaining 1600 hotel rooms, additional retail and dining outlets along with more convention space will open come the grand opening. The bulk of the festivities though, will be focused on the Sands SkyPark, an architectural marvel. 

The Lion King Musical Postponed Till 2011

The much-anticipated Lion King Broadway Musical slated for a September premiere at the Marina Bay Sands theatre has been postponed. This is because the theatre will not be fully constructed in time. Fans of the show and those itching to catch it live will have to wait till at least next year. Although Marina Bay Sands did not divulge when the theatre will be completed, a 2010 opening is definitely not on the cards. 

River Safari Attraction in Mandai

The River Safari nature park in Mandai is set to open in early 2012, which will further boost the allure of the area, with the world-acclaimed Singapore Zoo and Night Safari already sited there. Nestled between the 2 existing parks, the S$180 million River Safari will be home to over 500 species of animals as well as 2 giant pandas (diplomacy gifts from China) arriving next year.

Night Life Gets a Huge Boost with Projected Opening of Five Venues by Year's End

The night life scene in the island city will receive a huge boost by the end of the year with the projected opening of 5 mega-sized lifestyle venues. There are already 1200 entertainment outlets islandwide, attracting approximately 5 percent of the local population to club and enjoy late nights. The new venues are 282 at One Raffles Place, St James New Enclave, the Skypark at Marina Bay Sands, Pangaea and Avalon also at Marina Bay Sands, and lastly Tanjong Beach Club at Sentosa. 

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