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Siloso Beach, Singapore Overview
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.
Interestingly, Siloso Beach is an artificial one, which has been reclaimed using sand that was brought from Indonesia and Malaysia. Siloso Beach Walk is a fun-filled stretch that runs along the length of the beach and is a storehouse of exciting activities and sights. From rollerblades to surfboards, from kayaks to flying trapezes, this resort beach is a storehouse of some of the most amazing adventures and activities!
Wave House Sentosa To make up for the gentle waves of Siloso Beach which rarely provide any opportunities to surf, Wave House Sentosa, with its perfect, giant, fake waves that can rise up to ten feet brings the ideal destination to soak up the excitement of being at the beach. With a plethora of entertainment options to choose from, delicious food and the ideal beach environment, Wave House Sentosa is the only installation of global wave houses in an archipelago of Asia. With its 10-foot FlowBarrel and Double FlowRider, experience the perfect Californian beach lifestyle.
Mega Adventure A place which gives a severe adrenaline rush and an unforgettable experience, Megabounce is home to several adventurous activities: MegaZip - Ever had the desire to fly like an eagle? Well, this place can make it come true! Installed at a height of 75 metres, with a length of 450 metres, this three-wire zip line gives the exciting opportunity to race from a point at Imbiah Hill to Siloso Beach at a speed of 60 kilometres per hour. MegaClimb - One of Singapore’s prime, high-ropes adventurous activity, this journey across Sentosa’s hilltops is full of thrilling treetop obstacles which makes one the part of a grand challenge. The breathtaking view around this place is not to be missed. MegaJump - Take the leap of faith and experience a freefall parachute-jump sensation after being tied to a safety harness without having to ride a plane! From the MegaJump leap point, take in the engrossing sight of the turquoise waters, the fine white sands, and the tall, green palm trees below. MegaWall - A fifteen-metre high wall. Three different routes to reach the top. How far can you go? Under the supervision of professional climbing instructors and with an auto-belay as your constant support, strive to reach the summit, and then let go and abseil back down. MegaBounce - Show the undiscovered acrobatic skills on a bungee-assisted trampoline that can make one bounce up to eight metres high. This adventure activity is perfect for kids and offers them a chance to experience moulding their own personal adventure.
Ola Beach Club From serene swimming pools to scrumptious cuisine, from water activities to beach-facing cabanas, Ola Beach Club near Siloso Beach is perfect for the beach experience. After the sun sets, Ola Beach Club transforms into a hub for party animals and keeps the crowd alive with its in-house DJ, mixing melodies for one and all present here. Kayaks, banana boats, paddleboards and jet skis are a few of the engrossing activities that you can participate in at the Ola Beach Club.
Nightlife at Siloso
Mambo Beach Club Resembling the gorgeous beach clubs at Miami, Mambo Beach Club in Siloso transforms from a tranquil place during the day into a wild one as soon as the sun sets and the drinks flow. A luxurious pool, cushioned loungers, and the beach party vibe make this place one of a kind. Opening Hours: Monday, Friday, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Tuesday - Thursday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM, Saturday: 10:00 AM - 12:00 AM, Timings during public holidays may differ.
Azzura Beach Club Azzura Beach House may be said to be the polestar of nightlife in Siloso and for good reason. Its diverse range of entertainment options draws in people from afar to lose themselves at this place. The club is divided into numerous zones including a dining deck and an extensive bar. Harem, Sentosa’s first all-out nightclub is also housed in Azzura. Additionally, the beach club holds special parties on full-moon nights as well as monthly foam parties. Opening Hours: Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Saturday, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 AM, Party timings may vary.
How to Reach Siloso Beach
Bus: The Beach Station Bus Terminal is located right by Siloso Beach, accessible by bus 123.
MRT: HarbourFront MRT is the nearest MRT station and it is a twenty-minute walk from Exit B to Siloso. It is advisable to hire a cab after alighting from the MRT.
Taxi/self -drive: The nearest car park is the Beach Station Car Park.
Sentosa Express: Get down at the Beach Station, then board the Beach Tram to reach Siloso Beach.
The areas between the Red and Yellow Flags are constantly supervised by the Beach Patrol Officers, and thus, it is advisable to only swim in this area.
Do not leave children alone at any time.
Protect yourself from the sea bed that keeps on changing and moving because of the underwater current and tidal movements.
When entering the water, do it slowly, and shuffle the feet, so that the marine creatures can move away. If you see any poisonous marine creatures, try and swim away from them, since they might sting and poison you.
Stay away from the rock bund areas, since these could potentially harm you, because of the algae and seashells that grow on these rocks. If you try to climb them, you might slip or get injured.
In case of an emergency, simply raise your hand and shout for help. Do not panic. If you see someone else in a similar situation, pass them a lifebuoy and inform the Patrol Officers.