HERE'S HOW TO SPEND A DAY AT SENTOSA TODAY
On the island with a day to spare to have some fun? Here are some ideas…
Can you take a whole day out of your busy schedule to kick back, relax and have some fun? There's no better time to do since Sentosa is progressively opening in Phase 2.
Whether you are spending it with the whole family, with young kids or with your special someone; here are a few nifty ideas to make the best use of your time.
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.
Sentosa’s several kilometres of pristine coastline and three separate beaches offer numerous ways to entertain yourself. Pack a picnic basket from home and pick a shady spot and settle down. Go for a swim, and for that we like Tanjong Beach’s clear and safe waters best.
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Run, jog or walk with the sand between your toes. Don’t forget to explore to the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia.
For sweltering hot days, spend some time in the air-conditioned comfort of Madame Tussauds Singapore (reopening from 1 Jul 2020) while you rub shoulders with the life-like wax statues of movie stars, sports celebrities and state leaders.
If you are a Bollywood buff, they have a large cast of Indian movie stars and a new Ultimate Film Star Experience starring acclaimed director-actor Karan Johar, and Shahid Kapoor. Marvel fans will love the 4D Cinema experience, and there is a Spirit of Singapore boat ride, and so much more to do.
Looking for a weekend getaway?
You can still make the most out of your holiday break. Don’t let travel restrictions limit the fun and well-deserved relaxation you need. There are plenty of fun things to do in Sentosa to maximize your holiday itinerary.
Check your travel wishlist at approved hotels in Sentosa—Capella Hotel Singapore, RWS Hotels (Hotel Michael, Crocksford Tower), ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove Singapore, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa and W Singapore Sentosa Cove Hotel.
Pack your island vacation outfits ready, as your local getaway awaits!—Staycation can just be the ticket.
There’s no shortage of places for brunch with friends and fam (in groups of 5 of course) on the island. One of our favourite places is Tanjong Beach Club. It’s comfortable and quiet on weekdays, and lively and buzzing on the weekends. Sit indoors, on a daybed or by their pool. We can highly recommend the Tanjong Burger ($30) of flame-grilled Tajima Wagyu patty, cheddar, bacon and all the trimmings; or the Acai bowl ($21) if you’re feeling not that puckish. Wash it all down with a pitcher of Tanjong Spritz ($68).
It’s time to bring on the squeals and screams back to Sentosa as Universal Studios Singapore reopens from 1 July. Become a part of the action when you put your intestinal fortitude to the test aboard Universal Studios Singapore’s rollercoaster rides, which include Revenge of the Mummy, Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON and TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle.
If getting flung around like a shotput isn’t your cup of tea, you can have a cup of tea in establishments like Loui's NY Pizza Parlor and Fairy Godmother's Juice Bar instead, located within the Universal Studios Singapore compound.
Unfortunately, shows including Waterworld, Shrek 4D Adventure, and Elmo’s TV Time; street entertainment such as Madagascar Boogie and Turntables; as well as select experiences will not be available until further notice.
End your beach-hunting over at Siloso Beach, where only a short walk away is Fort Siloso. SIngapore's only restored coastal fort, an on-site military museum and an 11-storey, 181 meters long Skywalk trail can easily be accessed via a nifty glass elevator. The walk along the skybridge provides guests with a scenic trek among the treetops en route to the Fort Siloso. It’s a doable walk, with enough space to stop and take in the view. The trek is also wheelchair and stroller accessible.
Everyone — kids, grown-ups and seniors — will have a whale of a time at S.E.A. Aquarium (reopening from 4 Jul 2020).
This attraction houses over 100,000 marine creatures of a 1000 species across 50 natural habitats. From sharks and seahorses to jellyfish and clownfish — there is so much to see and learn. Plus, the entire attraction is stroller-and wheelchair friendly with accessible ramps and elevators. You are also walking around in complete air-conditioned comfort.
Do note that all shows, public feeding sessions and character meet-and-greet will not be available until further notice.
Head back to Siloso Beach for dinner at Coastes. Soak up sunset views here while you tuck into hearty dishes like the Slipper Lobster Spaghetti ($28) or the all-time favourite fish and chips ($22). It opens till 10pm, and serve food and drink suited to both kids and grown-ups.
Gastronomes will not want to miss returning to one of their favourite celeb chef restaurants at Resorts World Sentosa. Offering some of the best western cuisine in Singapore, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill offers premium meats and seafood selection where it is grilled to culinary perfection in a stone hearth oven.
Featuring a Modern Australian menu curated by celebrity chef Scott Webster, the 1 Michelin starred restaurant sources their meats directly from boutique farms in Australia, ensuring only prime ingredients are used. From Wagyu Beef to Tiger King Prawns, its eclectic menu will satisfy even the most diverse palate!
Take the most picturesque ride out of the island by taking the cable car from Imbiah Lookout Station to Mount Faber Station. Your journey will take you over Sentosa’s attractions, water bodies, a lush forest and more, and a cable car ride at dusk is oh so special!