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Situated just off the southern coast of Singapore, Sentosa Island is Singapore's tropical-beach and short-getaway location, the closest the city gets to Disneyland.

Singaporeans and tourists alike flock here in droves. They come to frolic on the beach, explore attractions such as the world-class Underwater World, chill out in spa retreats or simply to enjoy outdoor activities like golf and cycling.

The latest offering on Sentosa is the glitzy Resorts World Sentosa, an integrated resort boasting a  casino, a wide variety of dining and shopping options, a sophisticated spa, six themed hotels, and Universal Studios Singapore, the only one of its kind in the region.

In short, there's something for everyone on Sentosa, making it a great place to take a break from city life and to indulge your senses.

Getting to Sentosa is hassle-free. There are various ways to get here - by public transport, the Sentosa Express Monorail, driving, cable car, and even by foot!
The first of its kind in Southeast Asia, the garden-themed Sentosa Boardwalk offers visitors another way to get to the resort island. Connecting VivoCity's waterfront pro...
Trendy and hip, Siloso Beach is where the action is at. The most popular of Sentosa's three beaches, Siloso Beach is home to a number of restaurants and lively bars, and ...
Just southeast of Beach Station, the family-friendly Palawan Beach is even friendlier on the wallet. Take your children to the free Animal and Bird Encounters Show or cro...
Get away from the hubbub of tourist Sentosa at serene Tanjong Beach. Indulge in a quiet stroll by the waterfront or spend quality time with loved ones to the romantic har...
Singapore's land and sea attractions are world-class, but did you know about its famous air attraction? Try indoor skydiving (or body flying) now at Sentosa's new iFly ex...
Visiting Sentosa? Luxury Tours and Travel has rolled out these discounted tickets so that you can experience the best of Sentosa from $23.
Sentosa's Nature Discovery, located at the Imbiah Lookout in Sentosa, is a nature trail aimed to educate people, especially kids, about the delicate, yet diverse, eco-sys...
Derived from an amalgamation of Singapore's ancient name Temasek and the original form Singapura, the Merlion is an iconic landmark. Journey into its belly...
At 131m above sea level, the Tiger Sky Tower in Sentosa gives visitors panoramic views of Singapore's skyline, including glimpses of Malaysia far to the north and In...
Travel in style aboard the Jewel Cable Car, a perennial favourite among tourists, and enjoy breathtaking and stunning views of the southern part of Singapore, while ...
The world's only permanent show set in the sea, Sentosa's Songs of the Sea show is performed on the beach in the evenings, offering a dazzling display of pyrotechnics, wa...
Skyline Luge is part go-kart and part toboggan and a completely thrilling joy ride. Strap up, await the signal and off you go! Speed down at breakneck speeds or cruise se...
Visit the Underwater World to be treated to an array of exotic fish and sea creatures, all without even getting wet! A favourite with some 30 million visitors since 1991,...
Connected to the popular Palawan Beach by a simple suspension bridge, the Southernmost Point of Asia is a tiny islet that is a setting for parties and team-building activ...
Sentosa has more to offer than just fun and entertainment but also a dose of education and appreciation of Singapore's history and heritage. Let Images of Singapore take ...
The latest addition to the Wave House chain, Wave House Sentosa offers cutting-edge technology, raw passion and lots of action, as visitors enjoy rip-roaring waves perfec...
Located next to Underwater World Singapore, the recently revamped Dolphin Lagoon is home to six endangered pink dolphins, including two of its very own homegrown dolphins...
Hang on for dear life to a flying fox and whizz past the jungles across the beach and to the finishing point on a whopping 75 metres high, 450 metres long zipline at Mega...
Get a real taste of World War Two at Fort Siloso, the only preserved coastal fortress filled with both indoor and outdoor exhibitions, and catch a glimpse of Singapore's ...
Tucked away in the lush Imbiah Lookout, this tropical garden is home to over 50 species of butterflies and other varieties of insects, fluttering about freely in all...
The Animal & Bird Encounters, located on Sentosa's Palawan Beach, offers free shows at its amphitheatre, an up close and personal interaction with furry or feathered ...
Journey to a simpler time with the Gogreen Heritage & Island Explorer tour. It's a guided cycling tour that'll take you around the island, either on 'hybrid' bikes po...
The trio of state-of-the-art high-tech simulators and 4D rides sit serenely in Imbiah Lookout, but the excitement and exhilaration that these rides produce is anything bu...
Have you ever wondered about the skill and coordination needed to perform daredevil somersaults through the air, the way circus performers and trapeze artists do, and wit...
The Azzura Beach Club is an ideal day-to-night entertainment hub that embodies everything imaginable for the perfect, fun and relaxing beach lifestyle. Spoil yo...
Port of Lost Wonder is Singapore's first kids' club by the beach designed for a family experience. Targeted at children aged 3 to 10 years old, it houses a signature...
The award-winning Sentosa Flowers event, typically held in January or February to coincide with the Chinese New Year festivals, features rare and exotic flower speci...
A new indoor children's indoor edutainment theme park, KidZania, is set to open on Sentosa Island next year, complementing the spectrum of activities currently available ...