A fleet of 20 decommissioned public buses will be getting a new lease
of life as a sustainability-focused resort in a rustic corner of
Commissioned by travel agency WTS Travel, The Bus Resort is set to
occupy an 8,600sqm plot of vacant land near the popular Changi Village
Hawker Centre. The resort is estimated to be launched in 2Q 2023.
Rooms will measure around 28sqm, featuring its bathtubs as well as a
15sqm outdoor space that can be used for barbecues. Each room is
expected to be priced at around S$300 to S$400 a night.
An Events and Experiences Centre nestled within the resort will provide space for activities such as pilates and yoga.
Each room will feature a 15sqm area outside each room that can be used for barbecues.
The resort will plug into the vibrant Changi Village ecosystem of
F&B, retail stores, counting the newly renovated Changi Village
Hawker Centre, as well as Changi East Boardwalk, Changi Chapel &
Museum and Smith Marine floating kelong as its nearby attractions.
Commenting on the company's first foray into the hospitality sector,
WTS Travel managing director, Micker Sia, said: “This is an incredible
opportunity for Singapore, WTS Travel and partners to showcase how
tourism, nature and environmentalism can come together for the benefit
of our community. Through the execution of creative ideas, we can
upcycle existing resources and create unique and exciting new
experiences for both locals and tourists.”
Partners for The Bus Resort include LHN Group and Sky Win Holding.