Two renowned Singapore based casinos, namely Marina Bay Sands, run by a unit of US origin Las Vegas Sands Corp, and Resorts World Sentosa, operated by Genting Singapore Ltd, have decided to extend the initial closure period as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
According to a report, the corporations issued a statement elaborating about the extension of the closure as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that has spread all across the globe. The statement was issued at the corporations’ official websites informing the public about the decision soon after the Singapore government announces the preventive measure to deal with the novel coronavirus.
Marina Bay Sands commented about the latest update and said, Marina Bay Sands, has decided to suspend its operations for the whole combined resort beginning from April 7 and lasting till June 1, 2020, pledging support to the Singapore Government’s latest initiative to fight the menace of COVID-19 pandemic.
Marina Bay Sands has emerged as the combined resort fronting Marina Bay in Singapore. It came into existence in the year 2010 and touted to be the world’s most expensive standalone casino property.
Meanwhile, Resorts World Sentosa said, amid the extension of the circuit breaker period, the resort has decided to suspend all the guest offerings that may include our top highlights and casino till June 1, 2020. However, the chosen F&B outlets shall remain open for takeaways. And, those guests who already checked into our hotels may continue their stay.
Resorts World Sentosa has carved its identity as the integrated resort at the island of Sentosa, located at the southern coast of Singapore. The major highlights include one of Singapore’s two casinos, Universal Studio theme park, SEA Aquarium, and Adventure Cove Water Park.