Downtown East gets S$200m facelift from NTUC Club
The NTUC Club is investing 200 million dollars over the next five years, to improve attractions and facilities in Downtown East.
In the pipeline are a new resort that integrates the natural environment, an expanded water park and better facilities.
These re-developments, to be carried out in 2 phases, are part of NTUC Club's efforts to meet the evolving needs of its members and the public.
Construction will start in the last quarter of this year.
The former Escape Theme Park site will make way for a bigger Costa Sands Resort.
Water park Wild Wild Wet will double in size and feature 6 new rides and attractions.
NTUC Club says admission fees and room rates are expected to go up slightly due to inflation and increasing operational costs.
But Chief Executive Officer of NTUC Club, Yeo Khee Leng, says that rates will continue to be affordable.
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