Resorts World Station

 S2 
Resorts World
名胜世界
Station Exit
Station Exterior
Lines Served   Sentosa Express
Operator Sentosa Development Corporation
Structure Elevated
Platform Island
Opened 1 Feb 2010

Resorts World Station (S2) is a light rail station along the Sentosa Express monorail line. Located within Sentosa island, the station is overground and built within the Resorts World Sentosa Integrated Resort, next to Universal Studios Singapore and Hotel Michael.

The station was also the last Sentosa Express station to be opened, and uses the Lime Green colour code. It was formerly named Waterfront Station until 1 April 2019.


First / Last Train Timings

Sentosa Express – S2 Resorts World
Destination First Train (Daily) Last Train (Daily)
VivoCity 7:05am 12:05am
Beach 7:03am 12:03am

Station Layout

L2 Sentosa Express Platforms Sentosa Express towards  S1  VivoCity
Sentosa Express towards  S4  Beach
L1 Concourse Street Level | Station exits, Retail shops

Platforms

monorail-rail
Sentosa Express towards  S4  Beach via  S3  Imbiah (→)
Sentosa Express towards  S1  VivoCity and  NE1  CC29  HarbourFront (←)
monorail-rail

Resorts World station is overground with an island platform serving Sentosa Express services in both directions. Half-height Platform screen doors are installed at the platform edge for the safety of commuters, and retrofitted High volume, low speed (HVLS) fans keep passengers cool.

Queue lines are set up on the platform to optimize the flow of commuters in and out of the station, while platform attendants assist with commuter inquiries. An escalator, staircase and lift connect the platforms to the concourse and station exits on the ground floor.

Every Sentosa Express station has a is colour-coded for easy recognition. The colour code for Resorts World is Lime Green.

Concourse

The station concourse at ground level features retail shops and toilets. There are no ticket barriers within the station, as all Sentosa Express rides from this station are free of charge.

Exits

Resorts World station has one exit at ground level.

Exit Disabled access Location Nearby
Yes Resorts World Sentosa Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Casino, Crockfords Tower, The Bull Ring, Hotel Michael, Resorts World Theatre, Malaysian Food Street, Trickeye Museum, Resorts World Sentosa Convention Centre, Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel, SEA Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark, Equarius Hotel

Station Amenities

Safety Features

  • Emergency Train Stop buttons at station platforms, when activated, will prevent approaching trains from entering the station, and any train already stopped at the platform will be prevented from moving off.
  • Emergency telephones at station platforms and the intercom system inside the lifts enable communication with the Operations Control Centre
  • Fire Extinguishers in various locations

Transport Connections

Resorts World station connects to a bus terminal at Resorts World Sentosa (Basement).

Bus stop Exit Bus Routes
Resorts World Sentosa Basement 123, RWS8188R963RNR1NR6Sentosa Bus A

Road

Pick-up/drop-off points located near the station are:

Exit Road Provisions
Resorts World Sentosa Basement Taxi stand, Pick-up/drop-off point

Passenger Usage Patterns

Serving the Resorts World Sentosa Integrated Resort and its many hotels and attractions, Resorts World station encounters high demand throughout the day.

History

Resorts World station opened on 1 February 2010. The station remained closed ever since the Sentosa Express first started operating 15 January 2007, as the surrounding Resorts World Sentosa was still under construction. In 2008, the unopened station was dismantled and rebuilt in anticipation of large crowds expected after the opening of the Resorts World Sentosa Integrated Resort.

The station was renamed to Resorts World station on 1 April 2019.

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One thought on “Resorts World Station

  • 3 April 2019 at 8:57 PM
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    As of 1 April 2019, this station has been renamed to Resorts World station.

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