We are probably the late few people in Singapore to visit the Resorts World? Overseas friends of ours have already told us much about this place so it is time to see it for ourselves.
To start off, it was a hot and sunny Saturday during the National Day long weekend so it has to be crowded. But i did not expect to be walking 10-15mins to get to the entrance of Resorts World after we park our car in the underground car park. Yes, you can imagine the huge size of their car park area but maybe there should be more than one entrance from there?
We finally got into the building to search for lunch but we didn't want to have anything fancy and it seems the only option we have (besides junk food) is Ruyi, fast food version of chinese food.
I really like the variety in the menu and what a fresh take it was for Tung Lok Group to serve chinese food in fast food style! Must try the fried chicken wings and Zha Jiang Mian. I loved the whole experience - and also the dessert of herbal jelly to finish off my set meal.
National Day Event on at RWS
We head out in the heat to explore the rest of Resorts World but the only highlight was Hershey's shop and the caramel popcorn shop next to it.
Caramel Popcorns, I testify this is real yummy!
Actually, we did not understand all the hype about RWS.Interestingly, there was a shop having a 'closed down sale' (already?!) For the benefit of a doubt, maybe because we did not try out Universal Studios? Tickets were sold out by the way.
We'd probably return to Resorts World to try Ruyi's signature fried rice and buy more caramel popcorns, that's if I would ever visit RWS again.