Sentosa Boardwalk may regain vibrancy as RWS expands

Bones 'n Barrels (above) and The Wine Company are the only two businesses left on the boardwalk, apart from vending machines. The Wine Company said it will move out by January next year. The 700m-long Sentosa Boardwalk, which connects VivoCity to the
The 700m-long Sentosa Boardwalk, which connects VivoCity to the Resorts World Sentosa waterfront, was billed as a "destination in itself" when it was opened in 2011, but only two businesses remain on it today. The Straits Times understands that the boardwalk will be redeveloped as part of the integrated resort's expansion plans.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Bones 'n Barrels (above) and The Wine Company are the only two businesses left on the boardwalk, apart from vending machines. The Wine Company said it will move out by January next year. The 700m-long Sentosa Boardwalk, which connects VivoCity to the
Bones 'n Barrels (above) and The Wine Company are the only two businesses left on the boardwalk, apart from vending machines. The Wine Company said it will move out by January next year.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

A $70 million walkway to Sentosa that was once among the most popular waterfront hangouts for Singaporeans may be given a new lease of life by an upcoming development of Resorts World Sentosa (RWS).

The Straits Times understands that the 700m-long boardwalk, now managed by Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC), will be redeveloped as part of the integrated resort's expansion plans.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 19, 2019, with the headline 'Sentosa Boardwalk may regain vibrancy as RWS expands'. Print Edition | Subscribe