TOP THINGS TO DO IN SENTOSA THIS JANUARY
Start the new year on the right foot by using our list of Sentosa events in January 2020 to plan your month
January 2020 in Sentosa is going to be a belter. Just when we thought the festive season is coming to a close, another rush of festivities awaits come mid Jan with Chinese New Year.
Whether you want to chill by the beach at a new hangout, start a new hobby or embrace a healthier lifestyle (yoga, ultimate Frisbee or indoor skydiving anyone?) or welcome in the ‘Year of the Rat’ at Universal Studios Singapore’s Chinese New Year celebrations, we've got you covered.
We have a couple of new surprises in store as well. So stay tuned for more.
Chill out at Rumours Beach Club
There’s a new kid on the block on Siloso Beach, and it’s no rumour. With an outpost in Seminyak, Bali, and another one in Holland Village (yes, that Holland V), Rumours Beach Club, recently opened its doors; providing beachgoers another sandy retreat.
Chill out by the pool with Caribbean Breeze (Stolichnaya Chocolat Kokonut, Pineapple Juice, Popcorn Syrup, Redbull Coconut; $28) or its signature Rumours on the Beach (Stolichnaya Premium, Midori, Melon, Fresh Watermelon, Juice, Citrus; $19.80).
Don’t forget to tuck into beachside favourites such as Quattro Formaggi pizza ($23.80), Seafood Pizza ($27.80), Rumours Classic Hamburger ($18.80), and if you're feeling peckish - the Mixed Grill Platter ($58.80) which comes with grain fed striploin, Kurobuta pork chop and baby lamb chop served with fat chips and roasted vegetable sides.
But what sets Rumours apart is its repertoire of Indonesian staples such as Soto Ayam ($18.80), and the Seafood Platter ($159.80) which consists of Grilled jumbo prawns, bamboo lobster, red snapper, squid, and served with cucumbers, tomatoes, basil, long beans, and sambal.
Rumours Beach Club
Tee off with golf greats at SMBC Singapore Open
The 2020 SMBC Singapore Open returns to the award winning Serapong Course at Sentosa Golf Club – the tournament’s home since 2005. Come see England’s Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson from Sweden and American Matt Kuchar, duke it out on the green.
Since its return in 2016 the SMBC Singapore Open has been won by Younghan Song of South Korea, who pipped then number one Jordan Spieth of the United States by a stroke in 2016, golden oldie Prayad Marksaeng of Thailand – whose victory came just days ahead of his 51st birthday in January 2017 – and Spanish maestro Sergio Garcia, who arrived at Sentosa in 2018 as the Masters champion. Thai golfer Jazz Janewattananond won the SMBC Singapore Open 2019 in the biggest triumph of his career.
SMBC SINGAPORE OPEN
16 Jan - 19 Jan 2020
Chinese New Year at Universal Studios Singapore
Usher in Chinese New Year and join in a mystical dragon dance on an exciting park-wide trail at Universal Studios Singapore. Then meet your favourite characters dressed in their New Year best. Plus, enjoy thrilling rides and attractions. Park admission charges applies.
Chinese New Year at Universal Studios Singapore
11 Jan - 09 Feb 2020
Enjoy authentic Taiwanese treats by the beach
Photo by K X I T H V I S U A L S on Unsplash
Come January, you don’t have to fly all the way to Taiwan to chomp on smelly tofu, or other Taiwanese delicacies. From 16 Jan to 9 Feb, Siloso Beach and Siloso Point will transform into a mini Ningxia Market. Asian Night Market: Taiwan Food Festival featuring Ningxia Night Market features more than 30 food vendors offering beef noodles, Tian Bu La, oyster omelette, and more. More than just a foodies’ paradise, the event will also feature musical performances by the likes of Tay Kexin, Wang Weiliang, Bunz and Cold Cut Duo amongst others.
Enjoy a blend of art, and history at Fort Siloso
Come see Fort Siloso in a new way this Bicentennial. Created by prolific muralist Yip Yew Chong, “Waves of the Straits” unfurls the historical timeline and legends of the Singapore Straits, the stretch of seas and shores between Sentosa and the mainland.
Rippling over the 230m long Fort Siloso Road, it is Yip’s largest physical artwork ever created, in conjunction with Singapore’s Bicentennial commemoration, comprising of a series of paintings on the walls, the road, and rocks.
Rock out to LoveBites
Move over Baby Metal, here comes LoveBites. An all-female Japanese metal band who burst onto the global metal scene in 2016 with a self-titled EP and a critically-acclaimed debut Awakening From Abyss. Catch them at The Coliseum on 10 Jan.
LoveBites Concert 2020
10 Jan - 10 Jan 2020
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