Sentosa Island

Today’s Sentosa is a thriving island of vibrant and colors for tourists and local Singaporeans alike. There is a multitude of attractions, hotels, resorts, beaches, restaurants, bars and spas.


Animal & Bird Encounters

At the Palawan Ampitheatre, find nimble monkeys, amazing reptiles and colourful parrots that all display intelligence, agility and responsiveness. Programmes include Lory feeding at the Bird Aviary and multi-animal encounters at the Palawan Ampitheatre.

Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

Talk a walk in the lush surroundings of the observatory where about 50 different species of butterflies fly around you freely while you enjoy the flora and fauna of the park. Besides that, get up close and personal with 3,000 species if the world’s most beautiful and rare insects.

Cable Car

Taking a ride into Sentosa via the cable car is one of the most interesting and exciting way to Sentosa. From the cabin, enjoy the spectacular view of the harbor and the straits of Singapore, not forgetting the gorgeous bird’s eye view of the whole island of Sentosa. The scenery will be even nicer during the night.

Desperados in 3D

Get caught in a virtual high-speed shoot-out on horseback. Ride on motion-based saddles and gallop throughout the movie while shooting at bandits. Wild West is town plagued by dreaded outlaws called Desperados – thus, the Sheriff needs your help. This could be your chance to save the town!

Images of Singapore

Experience the sights and sounds of the history of Singapore through this interactive museum. The museum showcases the life of the pioneers of Singapore, the history and the road to independence through interactive exhibits which contains both sights and sounds. It’s not the usual dull and dry museums.

Sentosa Nature Discovery

Explore a fascinating gallery of interactive exhibits at the Gallery and sharpen your science skills of observing, classifying, comparing and inferring. Go ahead and explore a wilderness teeming with birds, insects, other wildlife and plants.

Singapore Cable Car

The Singapore Cable Car offers a bird's eye view of Singapore's city skyline, the harbour, and Sentosa. It is equipped with panoramic windows, flip-up seats and interior and exterior ambient lights. Round trip ticket price is S$20 for adults and S$18 for children.

Sentosa Luge & Skyride

Be the first to try out Southeast Asia’s first ever part go-cart and part-toboggan ride. The ride offers visitors of all ages a fun yet safe ride. Visitors will zoom down a hill in a cart which offers a unique steering and braking system which allows the riders to control their ride to match their preferences, be it a leisure ride down the hill or a adrenaline pumping one.

Tiger Sky Tower

Come on down to Singapore’s tallest observatory tower which stands at 131 metres above sea level. The Sky Tower has a capacity of 72 people at any one time in its enclosed air-conditioned 360 degrees view cabin which offers panoramic view of the whole of Singapore, Sentosa and the Southern Islands. Not just that, the Sky Tower is so tall that visitors are able to see the neighboring Malaysia and the Indonesian islands. Be it day or night, the views will definitely blow you away leaving you with scenic images in your mind.

The Merlion & Merlion Walk

Brace yourself for the encounter with the biggest replica of Singapore’s most famous icon – The Merlion. Standing at an impressive 37 metres tall, this fish-headed lion-bodied creature features two viewing decks for visitors to have a breath taking views of Singapore.

One of the viewing decks will be the Merlion’s mouth where the visitor will be standing at the opening of the mouth looking out to Sentosa. The next viewing deck would be at the top of the Merlion’s head where visitors would enjoy an unblocked 360 degree panoramic view of Sentosa and Singapore’s Southern shores. After visiting The Merlion, don’t forget to visit The Merlion Walk which features a 120 metre long mosaic walkway with fountains at the sides which offers a great view and even enjoy a splash or two for the kids.

Sentosa 4D Magix

Sentosa’s Magix 4d is one of its most expensive attractions to be built. Sentosa 4D Magix is an interactive experience which is sort of similar to a digital movie or a simulator ride. It is both a digital movie and a simulator ride added up together plus 10 times the fun. Imagine a spectrum of visual effects and surround sound that synchronize with individually-controlled motion seats and “live” environmental effects such water sprays. This attraction would certainly give you a mind blowing experience.

Sentosa Cineblast

Sentosa Cineblast is Sentosa’s state of the art simulation ride which will set the visitors screaming and gripping the seat handles tightly. Experience nothing you have experienced before like taking the worst roller coaster plunge in your life and being tossed around madly by white water rapids. This is something that is definitely not for the faint hearted.

Underwater World / Dolphin Lagoon

The Underwater World oceanarium on Sentosa is home to more than 2,500 fishes from 250 different species. Start off the tour by visiting the ‘Touch Pool’ where you can touch starfishes, stingrays and baby sharks for those who have the guts. Then venture into the ocean depths via a moving travellator that will bring you through acrylic tunnels where you can see different kinds of marine life swimming pass and above you gracefully. For those who seek more excitement, there are sessions which you can swim with the sharks.

Included in the ticket price is a visit to the Dolphin Lagoon. At here, you will get to see the highly intelligent Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins through a series of interactive, feeding and training sessions specially designed to demonstrate their natural ability of tail-walking synchronization. For visitors who are lucky enough, they might even get a peck on the cheek from the dolphins.

Fort Siloso Tours

Fort Siloso is the only preserved fort left after the after the Japanese Occupation. There, you will find interactive exhibits and life-sized replicas showcasing the life of people during the Japanese Occupation, the soldiers’ life at the fort and other Japanese Occupation and World War II memorabilia. Besides that, visitors can also head on out to examine the actual guns and cannons or explore the old tunnels that was left behind after the years.

Sentosa Golf Club

Sentosa Gold Club is Singapore’s most exclusive and beautiful gold clubs which boasts two magnificent championship 18-hole golf courses and is highly regarded as one of the best golfing destinations in Asia. The Club is fully equipped with buggy facilities, chipping and putting greens, pro-shop, a luxurious clubhouse, relaxation rooms, business and F&B facilities.

Songs of the Sea

Songs of the Sea is Sentosa’s latest and newest attraction. Situated outdoor on the beach, it brings you a spectacular show with a live cast and dynamic effects pyrotechnics, water jets, lasers, computer imaging and captivating music and stunning flame bursts. Songs of the Sea will definitely capture the attention visitors of all ages.

The Flying Trapeze

First of a kind in Singapore, The Flying Trapeze aims to set the scene for more excitement and fun for the visitors to Sentosa. This is a very excellent form of sport as it strengthens and develops one’s mental and physical state. Most importantly, if helps those with the phobia of heights to overcome it through a fun activity. But do note that the minimum age requirement is at least 4 years old. Pregnant ladies and those with medical conditions are greatly discouraged from engaging in the activity.

Resorts World Sentosa

Discover a whole new world at Resorts World Sentosa. An ideal resort destination for the family, Resorts World Sentosa offers good, clean fun especially for the family. With attractions such as Crane Dance, FestiveWalk and Lake of Dreams, the whole family will surely enjoy the experience.

iFly Singapore

Now you can fly. iFly Singapore is a 16.5 feet wide and 56.5 feet tall wind tunnel housed within an 18 feet tall acrylic glass. Professional training and guidance is provided from certified instructors, no less.

MegaZip Adventure Park

Singapore’s first zipline ride, MegaZip Adventure Park will take your breath away. A must-try for adventure-seekers, the MegaZip offers extreme zip wires, an aerial rope course and a free-fall simulator.


Palawan Beach

Beach is where the iconic suspension bridge linking the main beach to a small beach which is the close point to the equator or in other words the southernmost point of the Asia continent. At the beach, you can find beach bars where one can settle down to have a drink or two and get connected to the rest of the world via wireless internet access.

Siloso Beach

Siloso Beach is one of Singapore’s hippest beaches. The beach is home to beach volleyball enthusiasts as you can spot hordes of people playing volleyball on the beach on a sunny day be it on a competitive basis or a friendly game. The stretch of beach also houses shopping and dining outlets for those who are hungry after a day of fun. There are also other vigorous outdoor activities on the beach such as rollerblading, canoeing and mountain climbing.

Tanjong Beach

Tanjong Beach is a favourite with guests who prefer tranquillity. Here, you wouldn’t find people playing volleyball or other vigorous activities. Instead, you will find people laying down for a tan while enjoying their favourite book on the sun chairs. When night falls, this stretch of beach become particularly romantic with the twinkling of lights from the ships docked at the nearby port.

Hotels & Spas

Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

The Amara is a stylish 121 room resort nestled in a secluded topical garden on the hillside off Palawan Beach. The Hotel itself takes on the old colonial architecture but the rooms are tastefully designed in a contemporary design. Here, you would find fine dining, great pools with stunning pool views, a world class spa and wellness centre and a MICE centre.

Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore brings class and sophistication to your Sentosa Island vacation. A blend of old and new designs, it has modern buildings that somehow complement their colonial buildings. These British colonial buildings have been restructured and restored to the delight of many visitors. It has a view overlooking the South China Sea and lots of amenities for the guests. It has 111 manors, suites and guest rooms.

Costa Sands Resort (Sentosa)

Situated in a hilltop overlooking Siloso Beach, Costa Sands Resort offers guest with 34 fully air conditioned superior rooms. For those who prefer the alternative, there are 15 kampong huts equipped with air conditioning. The resort fits perfectly for families and teenagers who are looking for a short weekend getaway as the resort is more to chalet kind of feel. Expect a swimming pool and barbeque pits as the only facilities there.

Crockfords™ Tower

The Crocksfords Tower is an exclusive by invitation-only hotel with extensive amenities and 24-hour butler service. It is an all-suite hotel that claims to set the gold standard in hotel comfort with lavish suites – even the bathroom houses your own private steam room. All the suites are designed by master architect Michael Graves. The Crocksfords Tower is also home to the 24-hour casino.

Festive Hotel™

The Festive Hotel offers a casual yet relaxing atmosphere for families and couples. Choose from their suites with king-sized beds, sofa beds, twin beds or optional loft beds. They offer child-friendly amenities with cribs, baby food, nappies and bibs available upon request. If you want to go out and explore sans the kids, the hotel offers babysitting services for a fee.

Hard Rock Hotel Singapore™

Hard Rock Hotel is a name known the world over for its hip entertainment scene. It houses some of Sentosa’s finest meeting and conference facilities and one of Asia’s largest ballrooms. It’s a rock and roll attitude in a five-star hotel.

Hotel Michael™

Hotel Michael is an artist’s dream hotel. Compared to staying in your very own art gallery, Hotel Michael’s rooms are furnished with pieces that tell a story. This hotel serves as a tribute to Michael Graves. You will enjoy the bath with its mosaic-covered walls and circular shower. If you have a taste for the arts, Hotel Michael would be perfect for you.

Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa

Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa is a fusion of modern flair and colonial history. It is within walking distance to the Resorts World Casino and Universal Studios. The hotel also houses a Library where guests can relax and enjoy snacks and refreshments within a serene surrounding. It also has modern conference facilities and strikingly designed rooms and suites

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort, Singapore

Located right in front of Siloso Beach, Rasa Sentosa Resort is the only beach front hotel in Sentosa. The hotel features 459 guestrooms which offer a mix of hill, garden, pool or sea views. Besides that, the hotel also houses a few restaurants that serve different types of cuisines. In addition to that, the hotel also has a board room that overlooks the South China Sea for the most affluent businessman to hold their meetings at. This hotels have everything thing to cater to every needs.

Siloso Beach Resort

Located just 10 steps away from the hippest beach, Siloso Beach, the brand new hotel offers 172 rooms, 22 suites and a tree house all offering the fantastic sea views. Although its very near to the beach, the hotel still preserve its peaceful and tranquillest feel as its surrounded by rich foliage to give its quest a truly relaxing and soothing getaway from the hustle and bustle of the hectic city lifestyle.

The Sentosa Resort & Spa

Situated near the tranquil Tanjong Beach, The Sentosa Resort & Spa is the perfect hideout for those who are looking for a true place to unwind. The resort also boast Sentosa’s best spa, Spa Botanica. The spa is home to the region’s first mud pools flotation pools, mediation labyrinth and Turkish-styled steam baths, and also comprises indoor treatment rooms and outdoor pavilions. This resort is a truly a place for guest who wants the ultimate relaxtion.


Located within Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore® has attracted quite a number of tourists wanting to relax and revisit their childhood movie characters. Have fun on movie-themed roller coasters and rides that bring the silver screen to life.

Far Far Away®

Watch the Shrek 4D adventures, join Princess Fiona and Shrek in a fairytale quest or sing along with Donkey in his interactive live show. If exciting rides are your thing, then you will surely have a grand time at the Magic Potion Spin® and Enchanted Airways®.

The Lost World®

The Lost World will lure you with promises of death-defying stunts, explosions, live water shows and raft rides. Rock climbing is also an option with the Amber Rock Climb.

New York

Experience the USA’s grandest city – right here in Singapore! Stroll through the sidewalks that display the classic New York landmarks. Impressive skylines, neon lights and city scenes await you.

Sci Fi City

See the future, experience the intergalactic battle of good vs. evil and walk around in an ultra-cool and modern metropolis at Sci Fi City. Here, you will have a grand time at the Battlestar Galactica®, the world’s largest dueling roller coaster ride, or you can test your stamina at the whirling Accelerator®.


Glitz and Glamour await you at the Hollywood Boulevard. The palm trees and walk of fame make the experience even more realistic. You will feel as if you landed right in the middle of the world’s entertainment capital.


If you love DreamWorks’ hit animation film, Madagascar, you will surely love this zone. Venture into the wild tropical jungle, embark on a river boat ride and go on a crazy carousel ride with your favourite Madagascar characters, Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria, King Julien and the Lemurs.

Ancient Egypt

Get a feel of the 1930s Egypt – dubbed as the Golden Age of Egyptian Exploration. Stand in awe of the obelisks, ancient pyramids and Pharaohs’ tombs. Have a fun-filled ride when you plunge into total darkness in the indoor roller coaster infested with warrior mummies and scarab beetles. Or drive your own jeep and venture into an old Egyptian excavation site.

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