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Places of Interest

Sentosa Island

The Sentosa island resort offers plenty of snapshot-worthy attractions. Visitors can stroll along the 700-metre sheltered Sentosa Boardwalk that links Sentosa to the mainland and capture various angles of the sweeping waterfront views. Once in Sentosa,
other Instagram-worthy opportunities include the giant globe at the entrance of Universal Studios Singapore™, the views from
the 11-storey Fort Siloso Skywalk, and the Imbiah Lookout for close-ups of the 37-metre-tall Merlion. In the evening, Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove offers breathtaking vistas of the sunset and marina. Fees apply for entry into Sentosa (via vehicle and monorail) and into Universal Studios Singapore™.

Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

Universal Studios Singapore™

Southeast Asia’s first Hollywood movie theme park, Universal Studios Singapore™, features an enticing selection of attractions, rides and entertainment for families and thrill seekers. Visitors will find 15 movie themed rides that were designed just for the Singapore park. Find the renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame at the Hollywood zone. Move on to Ancient Egypt and face mummies and scarab
beetles on an indoor roller coaster in total darkness. Performances here are equally spectacular. The young ones will love the Shrek 4-D Adventure at Far Far Away. In the Lost World, witness death-defying stunts and explosions in WaterWorld, a live performance. Visitors can replenish their energy between the attractions and step in to the many themed restaurants across the parks.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Tel: +65 6577 6000, Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 10am–8pm,
Nearest MRT:
HarbourFront Station

 

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Seven thrilling water rides, such as Pipeline Plunge, will get heart rates up while dropping visitors down an elevated chute and then sending them careening down banked turns, radical twists and dips before splashing out in a pool of water. Those who prefer a lazy day in the sun can take a leisurely ride down Adventure River on a tube, drifting past 14 stunning habitats including a lush jungle garden, a mysterious grotto and an underwater tunnel with a sea of marine life swimming all around.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Tel: +65 6577 6000, Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 10am–6pm,
Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

madame Tussauds Singapore

At Madame Tussauds Singapore, visitors can rub shoulders with (wax figures of) the world’s biggest names in entertainment and sports as well as historical figures: Muhammad Ali, Sebastian Vettel, Aishwarya Rai, Michelle Yeoh, Beyoncé, Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga and many more. Local personalities include Singapore’s first prime minister, the late Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore Airlines’ iconic Singapore Girl, footballer Fandi Ahmad, and Mandopop stars Stefanie Sun and JJ Lin. Visitors can also learn more about modern Singapore through the first-ever Madame Tussauds boat ride, the ‘Spirit of Singapore’.

Address: Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Island, 40 Imbiah Road, Tel: +65 6715 4000,
Opening Hours: Mon–Fri 10am–7.30pm; Sat, Sun & Public Holidays 10am–9pm
Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

S.E.A Aquarium

Home to more than 100,000 marine animals, the S.E.A. Aquarium™ in Resorts World™ Sentosa is a spectacular venue for private events. Three unique spaces are available—Ocean Gallery, Ocean Dome or Ocean Restaurant™ by Cat Cora. Each space is fitted with large glass panels, allowing for panoramic views of the giant aquarium. With diverse marine life as the backdrop, the spaces can host a variety of events, from large-scale meetings and buffet lunches to private sit-down dinners and cocktail receptions. Event packages can be customised.

Address: Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Island, 40 Imbiah Road, Tel: +65 6715 4000,
Opening Hours: Mon–Fri 10am–7.30pm; Sat, Sun & Public Holidays 10am–9pm
Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

KidZania Singapore

At KidZania Singapore, kids are free to live out their aspirations of being a Pilot, Surgeon or Chef through many different realistic role-play activities! Kids can work, learn and earn, just like adults, in a City built entirely for kids! KidZania combines role-play with real-life adventures, creating a unique interactive edutainment experience for kids to develop important life skills such as financial literacy and critical thinking, within the comforts of an indoor air-conditioned kid-sized city. Big dreams start here!

Address: Sentosa Island, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Tel: +65 6653 6888,
Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 10am–6pm, Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

AJ Hackett Sentosa

AJ Hackett Sentosa offers Singapore’s first and only Bungy Jump, Giant Swing and Skybridge for adrenaline seekers. Take a leap of faith from 47 metres off the ground at the Bungy Jump or swing at speeds up to 120 kilometres per hour while being suspended 40 metres above the ground on the Giant Swing. At the Skybridge, visitors can test their wits as they walk across a bridge located 47 metres above the sands of Siloso Beach.

Address: Sentosa Island, 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Tel: +65 6911 3070,
Opening Hours: Sun–Thu 10am–7pm, Fri–Sat 10am–9pm, Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

Mega Adventure Park

Mega Adventure Park is the perfect place for adrenaline junkies to test limits and experience exhilarating action. Visitors can take a ride on Southeast Asia’s steepest zip wire, MegaZip. It is the first three-wire zip line where action seekers can sail through the air, 75 metres above ground and at heart pounding speed of 60 kilometres per hour together with family and friends. At five to 15-metrehigh, visitors can climb through a series of courses in the jungle hilltops of Sentosa. Experience endless thrills while climbing through wobbling plants and enjoy a panoramic view of the forest.

Address: 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Tel: +65 6722 3785,
Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 11am–7pm, Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

Mount Faber / Cable Car

Formerly known as The Jewel Box, this vibrant cluster of dining and entertainment is situated 100 metres above sea level and away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With verdant views of the HarbourFront precinct, the city skyline and the Southern Islands, visitors can take in the picturesque surrounds over a meal at Arbora  or Dusk Restaurant & Bar (onefabergroup.com/dusk), then walk on the wooden walkways of Henderson Waves or view Faber Point’s carved murals, which depict key moments of Singapore’s history. For a truly scenic experience, visitors should ride the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network, which takes visitors over green wilderness, sand and sea, from Faber Peak Singapore and across the harbor to Sentosa.

Address: 109 Mount Faber Road, Tel: +65 6377 9688,
Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 8.45am–9.30pm, Nearest MRT: HarbourFront Station

 

Singapore Flyer

A 30-minute ride on one of the world’s largest observation wheels allows visitors to take in the spectacular panoramic views of the Central Business District (CBD), the Civic District, the Marina Bay area, and as far out as the South China Sea. Next to the 165-metre-high attraction is the F1 Pit Building and Paddock, a hive of activity during the FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX night race.

Address: 30 Raffles Avenue, Tel: +65 6333 3311,
Opening Hours: Mon–Sun 8.30am–10.30pm, Nearest MRT: Promenade Station

 

Gardens By The Bay

In the heart of a bustling Garden City, the gardens’ conservatories are a tranquil oasis. The Flower Dome contains a diverse range of plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid subtropical regions, as well as seasonal flower displays. The Cloud Forest conservatory
is a popular spot for photographs—its cascading 35-metre-tall indoor waterfall is the world’s largest. From there, visitors can embark on a biodiversity walk featuring plants from the tropical highlands, along with those that thrive in habitats of up to 2,000 metres above sea level. Its Outdoor Gardens, including the Supertree Grove, have free admission and are open till late. Visitors can get close to the gardens’ iconic Supertree structures on the 22-metre-tall OCBC Skyway. Families with children should pack a change of clothes and swimwear to enjoy the Far East Organization Children’s Garden, which has rainforest tree houses, an amphitheatre and a
water play zone. Bicycles/ tricycles, roller skates, skateboards and scooters are prohibited in the Gardens.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Tel: +65 6420 6848,
Opening Hours: (Conservatories, OCBC Skyway) Mon–Sun 9am–9pm; (Far East Organization Children’s Garden) Tue–Fri 10am–7pm; Sat–Sun & Public Holidays 9am–9pm; Closed on Mon;
(Outdoor Gardens) Mon–Sun 5pm–2am, Nearest MRT: Bayfront Station

 

Wild Wild Wet

Wild Wild Wet is one of Singapore’s largest water parks that feature adrenaline pumping rides as well as a selection of relaxed and family-friendly ones that will delight children and adults alike. At Torpedo, visitors will watch the ground disappear from under them
as they free fall from a 18-metre-high capsule into a series of twist and turns in an enclosed tunnel. Families can have a splashing good time at the Professor’s Playground, a playground in a swimming pool packed with slides, ladders, water cannons and fountains. After a day of thrilling rides, unwind at the Jacuzzi where fluid jets are available to massage tired muscles and visitors can sit back and relax with family and friends. Life jackets and baby water carriers are available for free at the park.

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Tel: +65 6581 9128, Opening Hours: Weekdays (Off-Peak) 1–7pm; Weekend, School & Public Holidays (Peak) 10am–7pm, Nearest MRT: Pasir Ris Station