Resorts World Sentosa Celebrates The Year Of The Dragon With An Array Of Auspicious Festivities And Enticing Offerings!

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Look forward to fun-filled festivities and entertainment, as well as auspicious culinary treasures all under one roof across the premium lifestyle destination.

Venue: Resorts World Sentosa
 26 Jan to 25 Feb 2024
Time: Various timings
Fee: Free & Ticketed

CNY Festivities & Offerings At Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)

Welcome the Year of the Dragon with extra-lucky festivities and enticing offerings at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)Gather the family and reunite over decadent feasts; learn how to be a Dragon Warrior at Universal Studios Singapore; toast to great times with creative Bai Jiu cocktails and join the RWS Starlit Dragon as it dances to usher in a year of prosperity!

Starlit Dragon Spectacular

Venue: Lake of Dreams (梦之湖), Level One at the Forum (福廊)
Date: 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17 & 18 Feb 2024
Time: 7.30pm & 8.30pm
Fee: Free Admission

Featuring a majestic 88 metres LED Dragon, this captivating Lunar New Year show is set under a starry night sky to welcome the Year of the Dragon ahead. The free public show commences with a thrilling performance by five drummers symbolising the five elements in the world (ie. Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Spirit). A soloist gracefully navigates the crowd recounts his narrative, accompanied by captivating dancers. The LED dragon then makes its hugely anticipated appearance and blesses the crowd.

Set at the Lake of Dreams (梦之湖) of Level One at the Forum (福廊), the event is scheduled on 10 to 13 February, as well as 16 to 18 February 2024 at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.

[Preshow Item] Appearance by God of Fortune

Guests can look out for the God of Fortune on these dates too making special appearances as a preshow item.

Wealth of Dragons & Free Public Displays

Venue: AVE8 (8 号街) & Level Basement One of the Forum at RWS
23 Jan to end Feb 2024
Fee: Free Admission

From 23 January till before end February 2024, visitors can capture the picture-perfect and Instaworthy moments for free at AVE8 (8 号街)’s Wealth of Dragons (伶龙闹名胜) whilst admiring the mesmerising and colourful five metres tall Dragon specially installed, accompanied by eight adorable mini Dragons.

In addition, visitors can take a peek of their year’s fortunes at the free public displays in the Zodiac Gardens located at AVE8 and Level Basement One of the Forum at RWS.

Free Public Performances

Venue & Date: 

  • AVE8 (8 号街): 10 to 18 Feb & 24 Feb 2024
  • Gourmet Park (美食广场): 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 & 24 Feb 2024

Following enthusiastic response from the resort’s recent Superstar Christmas holiday extravaganza, AVE8 (8 号街) and Gourmet Park (美食广场) will be home again to a slew of live bands who will deliver melodious and enrapturing free public performances.

Enjoy Mando-pop faves and amazing music from AVE8 live bands from 10 to 18 February 2024 and 24 February 2024.

Over at Gourmet Park, it is East meets West where live bands mix it up, combining with Asian-flavoured beats and gourmet-style food at this food truck paradise on 9, 10, 16, 17, 23 and 24 February 2024.

Spring in the Sea at S.E.A Aquarium

Venue: S.E.A Aquarium
26 Jan to 25 Feb 2024
Fee: Admission fees apply (Check prices here)

Spring in the Sea (海底春意浓, #SpringintheSEAA) will grace the wondrous S.E.A. Aquarium (S.E.A. 海 洋馆), ushering the Lunar New Year with a harmonious blend of marine exploration and cultural festivities from 26 January to 25 February 2024. Here are some of the highlights that you can look forward to:

Underwater Dragon Dance Presentation (龙腾四海)

Venue: Open Ocean Habitat in S.E.A. Aquarium
Date: 26 Jan to 25 Feb 2024, Daily
Time: 3.30pm

A highlight of the celebration is the Underwater Dragon Dance Presentation (龙腾四海)at the Open Ocean Habitat in S.E.A. Aquarium, which depicts the dragon conquering all oceans. This breathtaking performance is more than a visual feast, it symbolises aspirations for excellence and success, blessing guests with fortune and vitality. The underwater dragon dance presentation will take place daily from 26 January till 25 February 2024 at 3.30pm.

Auspicious Animal Encounters

Visitors will experience an interactive journey where the wisdom of Chinese greetings intertwines with the fascinating characteristics of marine animals. This journey aims to enlighten guests about characteristics of the sea dragons and their fellow marine residents, while alluding to the esteemed dragon symbol in Chinese culture.

For instance, one of the featured marine animals, the archerfish, has the ability to accurately spit jets of water at flying insects and knock them into the water before consuming them. This special ability links to the auspicious Chinese idiom 鱼跃龙门 (fish leaping through the dragon gate), and is befitting of the little legendary marksman: the trajectory of water jets symbolising career success and the realisation of a better life.

[Contest] Spot the Weedy Sea Dragons & Stand A Chance To Win S.E.A. Aquarium VIP Tickets

At the “Spot the Weedy Sea Dragons” activity wall, guests are challenged to spot and correctly count the number of weedy sea dragons, in a sea of mythical Chinese dragons and sea dragons. One visitor who has the correct weedy sea dragons count and most creative answer as to who they would bring to the SEAA VIP Experience and why, will win a pair of S.E.A. Aquarium VIP tickets (worth S$396), which includes exclusive access to the aquarium’s back-of-house facilities!

Meet & Greet with S.E.A. Aquarium's Manta Ray Mascot

Date & Time:

  • Weekdays: 1.30pm & 4pm
  • Weekends & Public Holidays: 1.30pm, 3pm & 4pm

Get to meet and take memorable we-fies with S.E.A. Aquarium's manta ray mascot. The meet-and-greet sessions will take place at 1.30pm and 4pm on weekdays and 1.30pm, 3pm and 4pm on the weekends and public holidays.

Fun Festive Decor

Take in the festive cheer from our ocean-themed décor and light projections as you explore the diverse world of marine habitats and species.

Soar into fun this Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Singapore (USS)

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore (USS)
Date: 27 Jan to 25 Feb 2024
Fee: Admission fees apply (Check prices here)

This Lunar New Year, enjoy a wealth of fun with all-new springtime experiences at USS.

Po’s Dojo: The Dragon of Dreams

Follow Po, Tigress, and Elder Lao Lao on their quest to find the next Dragon Warrior and save the Lunar New Year celebrations in this exhilarating live show.

Dragon of Destiny

Join the Dragonborn and your favourite characters as they usher in the New Year with a lively dragon dance and an action-packed night show.

DreamWorks Lunar Light Up

Step into an illuminated world and snap Insta-worthy pics with lanterns inspired by DreamWorks’ films such as the new Kung Fu Panda 4 (in theaters March 7), How To Train Your Dragon and more.

Festive Meet & Greets

Come give your Lunar New Year greetings to our characters in their dragon-inspired outfits and grab fun photos with them.

  • Illumination’s Minions 
  • Po and Tigress from DreamWorks’ Kung Fu Panda
  • Shrek, Princess Fiona, Puss in Boots and Kitty Soft Paws 
  • Alex, King Julien, and Gloria from Dreamworks’ Madagascar
  • Sesame Street’s Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, Oscar and Abby
  • Bumblebee, Optimus Prime and Megatron (Mandarin speaking) from TRANSFORMERS

Auspicious Cherry Blossom Street

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the cherry blossom trees lining Hollywood Boulevard and snap some extra-lucky selfies along the way.


Visit Period: 27 Jan to 25 Feb 2024

  • Soar Into Fun – Adult Festive Package (from SGD98) | Book here

    • Universal Studios Singapore Adult One-Day Ticket (Ages 13 & above)
    • 1-hour Early Entry (web exclusive)
    • Chinese New Year Combo Meal* worth SGD23
    • SGD5 Universal Studios Singapore Retail Voucher#

*Redeemable at selected restaurants.
#No minimum spend. Stackable up to 4 vouchers per transaction.

  • Soar Into Fun – Child Festive Package (from SGD78) | Book here
    • Universal Studios Singapore Child One-Day Ticket (Ages 4 to 12 years old)
    • 1-hour Early Entry (web exclusive)
    • Kids Combo Meal* with souvenir
    • SGD5 Universal Studios Singapore Retail Voucher#

*Redeemable at selected restaurants.
#No minimum spend. Stackable up to 4 vouchers per transaction.

Savouring Spring: Bountiful Festive Flavours at RWS

Welcome an abundance of prosperity with a host of sumptuous feasting options and festive takeaways available at RWS.

Feng Shui Inn (风水廷)

Embark on a gastronomic journey this Lunar New Year at Feng Shui Inn (风水廷) with Executive Chef Li Kwok Kwong’s (李国光执行主厨) meticulously crafted menu that promises to elevate the festive celebrations with a nod to a prosperous year ahead.

  • The Eternal Fortune Menu (金玉满堂) (S$288++ per person)

Features prized ingredients in dishes such as Double-boiled Imperial Bird’s Nest, Fresh Crab Meat, Superior Stock (八面春风 高汤蟹肉炖官燕); Stewed 6 Head South Africa Abalone, Sea Cucumber stuffed Shrimp Paste (双星并辉 红烧南非六头鲍鱼,虾胶酿海参); and Crispy Suckling Pig Fillet, Crispy Crab Claw in Thai Sauce (瑞气祥云 脆皮乳猪件伴泰式酱脆蟹钳).

  • Ala-Carte Menu (Lobster, Shredded Taro, Ice Plant Crystalline Yu Sheng, Homemade Aged Vinegar Dressing (龙蟠凤翥 秘制陈醋汁龙虾香芋丝水晶冰菜鱼生) (S$188++ per portion)

Featuring fresh wild-caught lobster enveloped in sweet and sour, rich, and aromatic flavours, alongside crispy taro threads and crunchy sea grapes.

  • Classic Auspicious Treasure Pen Cai (安徽广东盆菜 ) (S$688++ for 10 people)

For a grand feast, guests can order this impressive Classic Auspicious Treasure Pen Cai, a symphony of fresh and high-quality seafood, including abalone, sea cucumber, premium oysters, top-tier dried scallops, and fresh grouper.

  • Stir-fried Tiger Prawns, Dried Oyster, Spring Onion (哈哈大笑 洋葱金蚝炒老虎虾) (S$48++ per portion)

This dish, combining the natural sweetness of fresh wild-caught tiger prawns with subtly savoury notes from the lush premium Japanese oysters, is stir-fried to perfection, showcasing a rich and savoury tapestry of flavours.

  • Signature Roasted Crispy Chicken (祥麟威风 招牌脆皮风沙鸡) (S$32++ for half portion)

This dish's beautiful golden exterior shatters to reveal juicy and succulent meat with each bite. Seasoned with the iconic Hong-Kong style wind and sand mixture, the crispy chicken is both salty and spicy, made with fried breadcrumbs, fried garlic, crispy rice, and specially seasoned salt.

  • Golden Ingot Nian Gao (喜事连连金元宝年糕) (S$16++ for three pieces)

These ingot-shaped glutinous rice cakes symbolise good fortune and wealth, offering a subtle coconut aroma that complements the chewy texture of the dessert.

Festive Hampers

In the invigorating spirit of innovation and sustainability this year of the Dragon, RWS has collaborated with At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy to introduce a new blend of culinary creativity and eco-consciousness to festive hampers. Guests can present a thoughtful and unique gift with these WellSpent’s innovative offerings.

  • Deluxe Hamper (S$588)
    • Montes Alpha Cabernet Sauvignon
    • Wild Australian Abalone (5 heads)
    • Superior Bird’s Nest by Jinsiyan
    • Signature Pork Bak Kwa by RWS
    • Dried Scallop & Ginseng set
    • Signature XO Chili Sauce by Feng Shui Inn (2 bottles)
    • Hashima with Rock Sugar
    • Tea-aged Pu-Erh
    • Lunar New Year Cookies by RWS
    • Spent Tea Cookies by WellSpent
  • Premium Hamper (S$888)

Photo Credits: Resorts World Sentosa (圣淘沙名胜世界)

    • Cognac Henessy V.S.O.P
    • Dr. Loosen Dr. L Riesling Dragan
    • New Zealand Abalone (2 heads)
    • Japanese Scallop Gift Box (18pc)
    • Premium American Sliced Ginseng
    • Fish Maw Gift Box
    • Indonesian Bird’s Nest
    • Signature Pork Bak Kwa by RWS
    • Signature XO Chili Sauce by Feng Shui Inn (2 bottles)
    • Signature Pineapple Balls by RWS
    • Spent Tea Cookies by WellSpent

For more details on RWS’s wealth of bountiful Lunar New Year feasts, full-filled festivities at its themed attractions and public spaces as well as sensational entertainment, you may visit this link.


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This article is prepared by

Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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