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Sentosa Island, Singapore, 099981
Best explored on a full-day tour from the mainland, Sentosa Island has a wealth of things to do. Exploring with a guide can help you make the most of your visit who can create a custom itinerary or explore independently. For big-name sights such as Universal Studios Singapore, skip-the-line tickets are a timesaving must.
Other Sentosa Island highlights include Adventure Cove Waterpark ™; the kid-friendly Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom; thrilling iFly Singapore; historic Fort Siloso; and fun-for-all-ages Hydrodash, a floating aqua park. There are also ziplines, beaches, luges, playgrounds, shopping centers, museums, and an aquarium.
Things to Know Before You Go
There's so much to see and do on Sentosa Island; visiting with a custom itinerary created by a guide can be helpful.
A variety of money-saving admission ticket packages are available, as well as skip-the-line options for popular attractions.
Some attractions on Sentosa Island are free, including the Fort Siloso Skywalk, beach volleyball, and Palawan Beach.
The Sentosa Island attractions are easily accessible from mainland from Singapore.
Sentosa Island is wheelchair accessible, as are the cable cars, skywalks, boardwalks, resorts, and shows.
How to Get There
Reach Sentosa Island via cable car from Mount Faber on the mainland and enjoy panoramic views of the city skyline, bay, and even Malaysia. Alternatively, take the North-East Line of the MRT to HarbourFront and make your way to Level 3 of Vivocity, where you can catch the Sentosa Express monorail to the island. Once on the island, you can get around by a series of bus routes, the beach tram, and the Sentosa Express.
When to Get There
Sentosa Island is accessible and open year-round, with warm weather in all seasons. As such, there's no bad time to visit but certain times of day offer cheaper entry and weekends tend to see the largest crowds. Visit midweek for a quieter experience.
Must-Visit Attractions on Sentosa Island
With so much to see and do, it's important to narrow down your options before visiting Sentosa Island. While Universal Studios Singapore is a perennially popular option, relaxing at Tanjong Beach Club is a must if you've got time to spare. The cable car ride to the island is also a fun experience, one which affords great views, and the Adventure Cove Waterpark™ is the perfect place to cool off.
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