Sure, Sentosa is the island poster child for action and adventure. But there are also many spas here to dial down the energy and relax, such as AWAY spa, Chi, The Spa at Rasa Sentosa, So SPA at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa, and more.
Those with frazzled nerves can seek wellness at these oases of tranquillity. Pamper yourself and be rejuvenated! The rain’s not going to stop you.
One of the biggest attractions in Sentosa, Universal Studios, the popular theme park with rides inspired by your favourite movies and TV shows.
While the rain means that some rides, such as Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs CYLON is out of bounds, you can still check out the indoor rides, such as Revenge of the Mummy and TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle.
There are also a number of indoor shows, such as Shrek 4-D Adventure, to be enjoyed.
Come in the morning so the queues are shorter.
Whether rain or shine, we’ve gotta fill our stomachs. Dining options abound. Want a view with your meal? Go to Quayside Isle and check out bagel specialist Schmear or seafood haven Greenwood Fish Market. Even with grey skies and gloomy weather, the waterfront view is still something to behold.
If you fancy something more upscale, Resorts World Sentosa boasts plenty of options such as Fratelli and Coca. Or, if you are particularly famished, check out the buffet at Latest Recipe or The Knolls at Capella. Big a big appetite!
Adrenaline junkies, fall in! At iFly SIngapore, you get to experience the thrill of free-falling in what is the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel.
iFly Singapore uses the proven training and safety system from the International Bodyflight Association, so you don’t need to put yourself in harm’s way even while chasing your adrenaline highs.
Have to give the beach a miss because of the rain? A visit to the S.E.A. Aquarium will put you in close proximity to marine life and lots and lots of water.
It’s home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species across 50 habitats, and holds more than 42.8 million litres of fresh and salt water — enough to fill more than 17 Olympic-size pools!
Gawk at the sheer diversity of marine life, touch the sea stars at the Discovery Touch Pool and check out the world’s largest viewing panel at the Open Ocean Habitat.
If you’re feeling peckish, head to Ocean Restaurant and dine with a view of the open ocean habitat.
Don’t let the rain bum you out. If you happen to be on Imbiah Lookout when it pours, we suggest you make a beeline to Madame Tussauds’ where you can still get your Insta-game going while you wait for that OOTD on Palawan Bridge.
This is the ONLY place where you can rub shoulders with the likes of Jackie Chan, Nicole Kidman, Kajol, Stefanie Sun, Johnny Depp and more! Don’t miss out on posing for pictures with your favourite super heroes as well.
Rainy days are usually the best time for some reflection and learning, and one of the best places to do that is none other than Fort Siloso. The Surrender Chambers is the perfect place to head to if you find yourself caught in the rain if you’re in the vicinity.
The Surrender Chambers now comes with a refreshed exhibition featuring interactive storytelling through enhanced graphics, as well as visual and audio elements; offering you a deeper understanding of Singapore’s wartime history.
Its key exhibits comprise wax figures showing the scenes of two surrenders – the British to the Japanese in 1942 and consequently, the Japanese to the Allies in 1945.