1 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Located at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore, the Adventure Cove Waterpark is known for its thrilling rides and fascinating encounters with the marine life. Spread over a little more than 20 acres, this aquatic adventure park is ideal for snorkelling, sea trekking, PADI certified scuba activities, shark diving or drifting lazily by the river.
2 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Established as an outdoor conservatory, the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is located at Imbiah on the Sentosa Island of Singapore and is home to more than fifty varieties of butterflies, beetles, macaws and a plethora of colourful insects.
3 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Fort Siloso is Singapore's only preserved coastal fort converted into a military museum containing World War II memorabilia like guns, remains of fortified military structures and tunnels. The main attraction of Fort Siloso is the Skywalk. Eleven storeys high, it provides visitors with a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding landscape.
4 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
iFly Singapore is an indoor skydiving simulation venue near Siloso Beach Station. A franchise of the popular SkyVenture, iFly offers authentic free-falling simulations within an indoor wind tunnel, featuring a thrilling 90-second drop.
5 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Madame Tussauds Singapore is the Singapore branch of the popular Madame Tussauds wax museum based out of London. The museum in Singapore has life-like wax statues of notable personalities and global icons in the fields of art, music, movies, sports, and politics.
6 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
The gorgeous Palawan Beach on Sentosa Island is one of the best family beaches in Singapore with fine white sand, the clear blue water and the warm, cosy atmosphere. Out of the three beaches in Sentosa - Siloso, Tanjong and Palawan - the latter is often considered to be the most relaxing and is the only one that is kid-friendly.
7 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Part of the vibrant Resorts Sentosa World, the South East Asia Aquarium or the SEA Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world, home to more than 800 species of aquatic wildlife. The chief draw of SEA Aquarium is the Open Ocean Tank - world's largest viewing panel at 36-m long and 8.3m high. This is also the only aquarium in the world to house the giant oceanic manta ray.
8 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Located on Sentosa Island, the Siloso Beach is renowned for being the hippiest of the three beaches located here (Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong). Siloso is full of people at all times of the day being home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the area. The perfect place for people who love the sun and the sand, Siloso Beach is well known for its outdoor activities, especially beach volleyball.
9 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
The Singapore Cable Car is a gondola lift that facilitates an aerial link from Mount Faber to Sentosa?s resort island. It affords a bird?s eye view of the main attractions of Singapore like Mount Faber, Harbourfront, Merlion, Sentosa Island and the Universal Studios Singapore.
10 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
One of the world's best beach clubs, the Tanjong Beach Club is known for the quirky beachside fare, lined with striped deck chairs and a chic swimming pool for its patrons. Enjoy a delectable meal, have a sparkly drink, go swimming, play beach games or sunbathe on one of the sun-loungers of the club.
11 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Revered for its white sandy shoreline, the man-made Tanjong Beach is nestled pristinely on Sentosa Island of Singapore. It is less crowded as compared to the other two touristic beaches on Sentosa, and attracts people who come here to take a break from the chaotic life of the city.
12 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
The Trick Eye Museum is a museum of optical illusions and 4D entertainment at Resorts World Sentosa. Singapore?s first 4D and AR-enabled gallery, this museum hosts six themed attractions that leave visitors gaping in amazement and wonder.
13 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Universal Studios Singapore is a one-of-its-kind theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa. With 28 thrilling rides, exciting attractions, and spectacular shows, the park is spread across 49 acres and is divided into seven fun zones.
14 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Wings of Time is a permanent outdoor light show at Siloso Beach. This award-winning show is a magical spectacle of pyrotechnics, robotic water fountains, a thrilling soundtrack, lasers, and a compelling storyline.
15 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Resorts World Sentosa, also known as RWS, is one of Asia?s premium integrated resort situated in the Sentosa island. A Singaporean lifestyle destination, it is known to be the third most expensive building. The resort comprises of two casinos, Adventure Cove Water Park, Universal Studios, Dolphin Island, SEA Aquarium (known to be world?s second-largest oceanarium), a world-renowned spa, and the Maritime Experiential Museum.
16 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Covering an area of 70,000 square feet, Wave House Sentosa is a sensational beachfront venue, located at Siloso Beach. The specially designed wave pools enable people to experience high-adrenaline flowboarding on the world-famous Double FlowRider and FlowBarrel wave rides.
17 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Take an immersive trip to the Singapore of over 200 years ago at Images of Singapore Live, at Sentosa Island. This unique time-travel experience covers the rich and colourful past of Singapore with its 15 interactive exhibits. The 45-minute guided tour takes one through a journey of Singapore's growth from a seaside fishing village to a bustling metropolis.
18 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Port of Lost Wonder is a popular children's waterpark located on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It is a sought-after place to visit amongst tourists, as well as the locals, to enjoy a day out with family, and is the perfect destination for families with small children between the ages 3 years to 10 years old.
19 out of 19 places to visit in Sentosa Island
Securing the position of one of Asia's biggest beach dance and music festivals, ZoukOut is a two-day event held at Siloso Beach each year. Internationally acclaimed DJs, fun-filled activities, and a whole lot of delicious food are what make this event one of the grandest events across the entire world.