Whether you’re visiting Singapore as a couple, a family, with friends, or on your own as solo explorer, Sentosa Island offers stacks of fun for all. It is also a fantastic place to escape to for a few hours off if you’re visiting on business and want to break away from the corporate vibe for a little bit and just cut loose whilst experiencing a bit more of Singapore.
Sentosa is the county’s island of fun! You can get there easily by road or monorail.
Some different ways to have fun on Sentosa Island include:
Visit Resorts World Sentosa
A theme park, waterpark, aquarium, museum, kids’ club, and more make sure you have bags of fun. You can enter the world of film at Universal Studios Sentosa and enjoy the many thrilling rides and fabulous attractions. If you want to cool off in the heat, head to Adventure Cove Waterpark where you can have fun on the chutes and slides, bask in the sun in the relaxation areas, swim, bob about on the waves, tube along the adventure river, snorkel with colourful fish … and more! Take a peek at the aquatic world at S.E.A. Aquarium and get up close and personal with loveable sea mammals at Dolphin Island. Be amazed at the Trick Eye Museum and try not to lose your head at the casino. Stroll alongside the lovely lake, catch a show, and enjoy numerous top notch eateries and bars.
Chill Out on the Beaches
Sentosa has some of the country’s most accessible beaches and each stretch of sand has its own personality. Siloso Beach is the liveliest area and there are loads of restaurants, café, and bars. It is also a popular spot come night fall and you’ll find international visitors and locals alike enjoying the beach night scene. Palawan Beach is also nice, and there is a small island that is connected to the main beach by a bridge. If you prefer a more peaceful beach experience, check out the lovely Tanjong Beach.
Get Historical at Fort Siloso
Fort Siloso is a big former fortress. Constructed to help the British to defend the island colon from attacks via the sea, heir best laid plans really came unstuck when invaders actually made their attack by land! Some original guns still face the open water and there is lots of information about this historical site.
Visit Imbiah Lookout
Imbiah Lookout is one of Sentosa’s main attractions. As well as being able to enjoy the great views you can also see the large Merlion replica, take a ride on the cable car, whizz along the luge, watch a movie in the 4D cinema, indulge in a bit of shopping, head up the Tiger Sky Tower for even more incredible visas, observe nature in the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom and also in Nature Discovery Singapore, strike a pose for a selfie with one of your favourite (wax) celebrities and famous personalities at Madame Tussauds, and visit the incredible Images of Singapore. If you are feeling daring, you can get high- literally – at the MegaZip Adventure Park.
Sentosa Island really does offer fun for all!