Sentosa - Most Popular Tourist Attraction

Beautiful white sand Sentosa Located just 15 minutes from the Singapore city, Sentosa, The State of Fun, is home to an exciting array of themed attractions, award-winning spa retreats, lush rainforests, and golden sandy beaches, some of luxuriance resort accommodations just for you.

Sentosa island  and Singapore  travellers choice between Europe and Asia, whether you’re in search of thrills, family adventure, shoping, and spills or a relaxed beach side afternoon, you will be spoilt for choice at Singapore’s favourite leisure destination.

Sentosa

Sentosa, which means tranquility and peace in Malay, has served many purposes in its history.

The Island went from a humble fishing village, to a British military fortress and even a Prisoner of War Camp during the Japanese Occupation.

Today, the Island is now considered the most luxurious leisure escape in all of Singapore, consisting of a seemingly endless array Sentosaof resorts, amusement parks, award winning restaurants, golf courses and beaches (such as Palawan, Siloso and Tanjong).

The island is home to Universal Studios, Adventure Cove Waterpark, Maritime Experiential Museum and iFly Singapore, an indoor skydiving facility. 

Sentosa

Sentosa

 The Underwater  World and Dolphin Lagoon is a perfect family outing, offering one on one interaction with a variety of marine animals.

The island is truly an amusement mecca and popular destination offering a myriad of other shows, parks and natural beauty.

Similar to the Wildlife Reserves, one day will not be enough to take in everything, so be sure to do more research and book in advance. Please refer to sentosa.com.sg for more specific information regarding times, ticket prices and availability.

 

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