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- Marina Bay Sands Casino
- Gardens by the Bay
- Singapore City Hall
- Suntec Singapore
- Raffles Place
- Bugis Street Shopping District
- Singapore National Stadium
- Universal Studios Singapore®
- Marine Life Park
- Siloso Beach
- National Museum of Singapore
- Suntec City
- National University of Singapore
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Singapore Expo
- Bugis Junction Shopping Center
- Singapore Flyer
- Marina Bay Sands Skypark
- Mount Elizabeth Medical Center
What you should know about Sentosa Island
Hotels in Sentosa Island
This upmarket resort complex has been crafted with care. The luxury hotels in Sentosa Island are beautifully blended with the rainforest draping across the island. The five-star W Singapore - Sentosa Cove is perhaps the most imaginatively designed. Its contemporary decor and excellent service are a big hit with reviewers. The colonial-styled Moevenpick Sentosa is another five-star Sentosa hotel whose class impresses, as does its location right next to Universal Studios Singapore. All the hotels on the island are minutes from the beach, but the sumptuous Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa is the closest, its curving facade just a few steps from Silosa beach.
Things to see in Sentosa Island
The arrival of Universal Studios Singapore on the island has transformed it into a truly global resort destination. Here you can jump on all manner of thrilling rides, including the world's highest 'dueling' rollercoaster, or you can experience themed zones that run from Ancient Egypt to Sci-fi. Other parks on the island give a hands-on insight into the natural world. The Underwater World's aquarium has a 250-foot long glass tunnel, winding among coral reefs. You can even scuba dive with sharks, if you're brave enough. Then there's the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom, where you can stroll through habitats that are home to 15,000 live butterflies. For a chance to understand the unusual history of Sentosa Island—which was once part of the British 'Fortress Singapore'—a visit to Fort Siloso is in order. Lastly, an ascent up the 430-foot high Tiger Sky Tower gives you a birds-eye view onto Singapore and Malaya beyond.
Good for families
Sentosa Island is an ideal place for a family vacation, with an incredibly diverse range of attractions packed into its 1-mile length. If you're coming here to relax and unwind, most accommodation in Sentosa Island lies close to a tropical beach, and comes with excellent spa facilities. And whether the kids want to be thrilled, educated, or awe inspired, the theme parks and natural wonders of the island present an array of exciting diversions. Parents aren't forgotten either—Sentosa has 2 superb golf courses, and a casino featuring live shows, fine-dining, and a chance to roll the dice with lady luck.
How to get to Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island is well connected to the rest of Singapore, linked by mono-rail, road, and elevated boardwalk. Cars, however, are not much use here, as the island is small and well served by its comprehensive free bus service. After arrival at Changi Airport, you should catch the MRT's NE line heading to HarbourFront. You will need to change at Vivocity to travel to Sentosa Island, where you'll pick up the Sentosa Express mono-rail. This will get you on the island in just under 2 hours. Once here, all the sights on this small island can be reached on foot or the free buses.
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