03 Nov 2020 -

27 May 2021

Discover the journey of our Sentosa turtles through an interactive sharing. What are the potential dangers that lie in their way, and what can we do to help the little hatchlings get back to sea safely to join their marine friends?

Take a chance to learn how you and your loved ones can contribute to marine conservation, and take action through the hands-on experience of litter picking along the beaches and determine some of the common types of litter with a quick analysis of the rubbish collected. This tour is recommended for families with young children, to understand marine conservation better and help our children be future eco-warriors!


What's included:

Time Programme
20 min

- Introduction to the importance of keeping our beaches clean for marine life
- Distribution of tools and briefing on Dos and Don’ts

30 min

- Hands-on experience of litter-picking

10 min

- Summary of activity


Along Sentosa Beaches (Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach)

Programme Tour Dates: 3 Nov 2020 - 27 May 2021

  • Every Thursdays
  • Excluding public holidays and eve of public holidays


Group of 5 $25.00


03 Nov 2020 -

27 May 2021


  • Every Thursdays
  • Excluding public holidays and eve of public holidays
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • AM slot: 11am – 12pm
  • PM slot: 4pm – 5pm


Sentosa beaches (Palawan & Siloso Beach)

  • Palawan Beach
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Important Notice
Going to the beach this weekend? You may make a booking up to 5 days before your intended beach visits. Make sure to reserve your entry to any of our beaches at Click here to read the island's Safe Management Measures,