ALL THE SWIMMING POOLS ON SENTOSA YOU CAN HAVE A SPLASHING GOOD TIME AT
There is a swimming pool for every kind of water baby on our island. We list out our favourites here.
There are three pristine beaches and easy, swimmable waters on Sentosa Island. Still, our island is packing with swimming pools of varying sizes. Seriously, there is a pool at every corner. There are indoor and outdoor pools, adults-only and kids pools, restaurants and bars with pools, hotel pools, spa pools, and even thrilling adventure pools you splash in and out of.
There are upwards of 35 pools you could dip your feet in on the island, not including the pools within private condominiums and residences.
Here are our favourites.
Do note that all guests must wear masks, check in and out via SafeEntry and have your temperature screened before entering the attractions and restaurants. There are plenty of signs and floor markers to guide you along. Find out more about our safe measurement measures here.
Tanjong Beach Club’s beachfront infinity pool
Sentosa’s OG beach club is right smack on Tanjong beach, and Tanjong Beach’s clear, crisp waters are only a hop, skip and jump away. Yet, their infinity pool is a hub of activity and is the place to ‘see and be seen’.
Lounge inside, by or around the pool in cabanas and daybeds; either way, you are in for a sun-kissed, fantastic time.
Tanjong Beach Club
Ola Beach Club’s pool to chill at with giant floats
Folks are usually heading to Ola Beach Club for all the thrilling water sports they have on offer. Stand-up paddleboarding or Kayaking and rides can be done in groups such as mega fun and laughs, such as the Banana boat ride and Donut ride.
But for those who want to just chill in the water, they have a cute little pool where you can while away the hours lounging on giant floats with a tiki cocktail in hand. Because, why not?
Ola Beach Club
Rumours Beach Club’s three beachfront pools
Sentosa’s newest beach club is the best spot to head with a group of friends for reasons aplenty---the beach, the Balinese flavours, tropical cocktails, the chill vibe, and three swimming pools. Their main infinity pool is cool, blue, and inviting. It allows direct access to the sandy Siloso beach. You can swim, splash or sunbathe on one of the in-pool sofas.
There is also a shallow kids pool and one secluded for VIPs in its own designated area. There is room for everyone, so head on over.
Rumours Beach Club
FOC Sentosa’s Mediterranean-style pool
FOC on Palawan Beach oozes a Mediterranean vibe through and through. From authentic food and drinks to a covetable beachside location.
The pool is at the heart of this beach club, with the best seats in the house being around the pool deck. Perfect for a refreshing dip or to laze around with a drink in hand.
Capella Singapore’s cascading pools
Even if you have never visited this uber-luxurious heritage hotel, chances are you have seen images of their three-tiered cascading pools. Allowing varying degrees of privacy, Capella’s pools designed by Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim allow South China Sea views. They are perfect for a calm dip, gentle laps, splashing fun and sunbathing in the company of the island’s resident peacocks.
Suppose you have splurged for the Capella’s Manor Experience. In that case, you have access to an ultra-private pool within a luxurious colonial bungalow. Among the host of benefits and facilities, you can splash around with complimentary pool props in your pool.
The Barracks’ serene escape of a pool
With a heritage building as its backdrop, The Barracks Pool, which is a 30m long lap pool, is the perfect spot to while away the hours. Swim a few laps, sip a cocktail poolside or catch up on some much-needed ‘me time’ on one of the poolside chaise lounges—those who are guests at The Barracks’ suites.
If you choose to stay in our Suites, you can enjoy direct access to a semi-private jacuzzi and the pool right from the comforts of the room.
The Barracks Hotel Sentosa
Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa’s kid-friendly Pool
This here is the island's only resort hotel that sits right ON the beach. Even the, it is their pool which is a top draw for kids of all ages.
There are two swimming pools (the main pool and a separate, heigh-appropriate kids pool) plus hot whirlpool baths, water slides, water play sprinklers and more for hours and hours of fun.
Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore
W Singapore’s round-the-clock pool
The W’s pool is one of Singapore’s largest outdoor pools; it is the main draw for a stay at the W and guess what - the WET pool is open 24 hours a day, so even though you need to book a slot to access it, there is plenty of time for a dip - did anyone say midnight swim?
Psst .. it is also not the only pool at the hotel. The AWAY Spa houses the spa's Vitality Pool; this is complimentary for all hotel guests (no spa booking needed), and guests above 18-years-old can take a relaxing dip in zen-like confines. Bliss!
W Singapore Sentosa Cove
Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa’s ultra-cool pool
The hotel’s 33-metre pool is all elegant with its black pearlescent tiles. Surrounded by deck chairs for easy lounging, the pool is large enough to swim laps in, laze around, splash about with the kids, or just a relaxing dip. If you are lucky, a peacock might come hang out with you as you laze around the pool. own.
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
One°15 Marina Sentosa Cove’s Pool Surrounded By Luxury Yachts
IONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove is a splash-worthy hotel whose centrepiece is a long infinity pool that looks out onto fleets of luxury yachts beyond. The pool area also features a unique pool bar, a wading pool and a jacuzzi. For a pool that boasts a truly luxurious view, look tho further than this.
ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove Singapore
Equarius Hotel’s tranquil pool, in the heart of action-packed Resorts World Sentosa
Let’s be honest, the main reason to stay at Resorts World Sentosa’s Equarius Hotel would be to be in the midst of all the action and a stone’s throw away from the attractions at RWS. However, lucky guests can enjoy a tranquil and secluded pool surrounded by greenery, with in-pool sun loungers and views of the cable cars above.
If your room is on the ground level, you could jump right in from your balcony. If you are staying at RWS’s Beach Villas, guests have direct access to a sprawling, free-form pool that can be accessed from the villas themselves.
Adventure Cove Waterpark™’s multiple pools
A trip to this waterpark throws up multiple opportunities to be immersed in pools of water. From rivers, pools, lagoons and water bodies, you can splash and slide in and out of.
The largest ‘pool’ might be the Adventure River that you can float down lazily through an underwater tunnel where marine fish swim above you, to 14 different surroundings and buckets that will drench you.
There is also Bluewater Bay that is a giant wave pool, and Seahorse Hideaway that is a pool designed for tiny tots
Adventure Cove Waterpark™
Oasia Resort Sentosa’s shiny, new pool
There is a new resort hotel on the island, and they take health and wellness very seriously. Oasia Resort Sentosa has everything you need for a mini-vacation where you can put YOU first.
From bespoke wellness treatments to yoga, fitness and good-for-you meals and drink. They have a serene 22.5-metre infinity-style lap pool where you can take a leisurely dip, swim a few laps or kick back with a book on one of the sun loungers for a few moments of much-needed calm.
Oasia Resort Sentosa
By Priyanka C. Agarwal
Priyanka C. Agarwal is a writer, communicator and content creator with several years experience in print and digital media. She writes about food, travel, parenting and other adventures. Her work has appeared in the print and online pages of Silver Kris magazine, Time Out Singapore, Her World magazine, The Michelin Guide, The Peak and HungryGoWhere.com, among several others. She is a mother to two tiny gourmands and an experimental home cook who hopes one day, to author her own cookbook.