Entertainment and Sightseeing
Chippendales will make their third appearance in Singapore in less than one year in February 2011. They also appeared at Resorts World Sentosa to celebrate its Grand Opening in March 2010.
Taking the stage in their legendary black ties, French cuffs, and sprayed on Levis at the Lion City’s Resorts World Sentosa between 23 and 26 February, the handsome hunks will tease birthday girls, bachelorettes, and Cindy Lauper wannabes in their much anticipated Most Wanted Tour.
But always in good taste …
The Chippendales also appeared at Resorts World Sentosa to celebrate its Grand Opening in March 2010. They made their second appearance in the Lion City during the Singapore’s Formula 1 Grand Prix in September 2010.
Is the third time a charm?
“We are thrilled to welcome the Chippendales® back for the second time at Resorts World Sentosa,” enthuses Andrea Teo, Resorts World Sentosa’s Vice President of entertainment and events.
“The boys performed to packed audiences and received thunderous applause during their exclusive Ultimate Girls Night Out tour at Resorts World Sentosa in March this year. Their return is set to enthrall both new and repeat audiences with their innovative and incredible acts. The Chippendales will be an illuminating addition to our wide spectrum of upcoming and exciting world-class entertainment events specially organized to delight our visitors from Asia and beyond.”
Resorts World Sentosa Backgrounder
Resorts World Sentosa was built at a cost of S$6.59 billion. Its four hotels threw open their doors on 20 January 2010. FestiveWalk, a shopping and dining strip, followed 10 day later. Singapore’s first casino and a convention centre followed on 14 February.
Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios Singapore opened on 18 March. A parking lot accommodating 3,500 vehicles as well as restaurants, retail stores, entertainment, and other attractions, which include Emmy-award winner Jeremy Railton’s Lake of Dreams and Chamber of Treasures, round out the project.
The world’s largest Marine Life Park, the Maritime Xperiential Museum, a destination spa, and two more hotels with a combined total of 500 rooms will follow.