About Sentosa IslandSentosa Island, a vacationers’ paradise is situated ½ km from the southern shore of the Singapore mainland. Stretching over an expanse of 5 sq. km (500 hectares), Sentosa is a hub of tourist attractions. It includes innumerable theme parks such as, the most famous Universal Studios, Madame Tussauds, etc; historical places like Fort Siloso; Southeast Asia’s first 4-dimensional theatre, Sentosa 4D adventure land; official mascot of Singapore, the gigantic Merlion; 2 golf courses, 2 casinos, and a man-made 2 km stretch sheltered beach.
Prior to 1970, today’s Sentosa was referred to as Pulau Blakang Mati, which when translated means “Island of Death Behind” in Malay. It was historically used by the British as the military fortress till Second World War (1942) and later by Japanese as Prisoners-of-war camp until its surrender to British in 1945. It served as the base for the Singapore Naval Volunteer Force, Maritime Training school, first naval Medical centre, and the School of Field Engineers’ military base under independent Singapore Government, before transforming into Sentosa, a tourist hub around 1970-80.
Sentosa, which literally means “Peace and tranquillity” in Malay, is the fourth largest island with 70% rainforest cover, topical landscapes, golden sandy beaches, and significant biodiversity. A $420 million private corpus fund along with $500 million Government sponsorship saw Sentosa transmogrify into a pagan’s paradise with award-winning Spas, plush hotels, sheltered coastlines, unabashed amusements, adrenaline-pumping games, gastronomic delights, and infinite shopping arcades.
Visitors of all ages and tastes get more than their money’s worth of pleasure and amusement at Sentosa Island. The multitudes of attractions at the island are broadly segregated under following heads - Family fun, Adventure Sports, Beaches, Iconic or historical sites, Museums, Natural & Wildlife Sanctuaries, Trails, and Shows. There are some free attractions too, where explorers can enjoy without any buying any ticket such as Animal Encounters at Palawan Beach, Crane Dance, Lake of Dreams at Resorts World Sentosa, Fort Siloso and skywalk at Siloso point, Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach, Sentosa Nature Discovery, etc.
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Location: Central Region, Singapore
Timings: Monday – Sunday (9:00 A.M – 6:00 P.M Singapore Time)
Price: Sentosa Island can be reached from the mainland Singapore in 5 ways – either by foot or bicycle ride or via Public transport or taxi/car, or Sentosa Express or by Cable car.
- By Foot: No entrance fee till 31st December 2020.
- By Bicycle: Need not pay any entrance charge (31st Aug 2020).
- By Public Bus: Bus charges: Rs. 102/person. Entrance Charges: Nil.
- By Taxi or Car: Entrance charges will be between ERs. 102 - Rs. 305 per car/taxi ( not the number of passengers in the car) depending on the day and time of the visit.
The best time period is during lunch (12 noon- 2 pm) and dinner time (5 pm – 7 am) when the charge is Rs. 102. During other time periods entrance charge is Rs. 305.
- Sentosa Express monorail: The charge is Rs. 203 per person for the Sentosa Express ride, which includes admission fee.
- By Cable Car: Cable Charges from Mount Faber to Sentosa Station Rs. 1672 which is inclusive of the entry fee.
Sentosa Fun Pass is flexible offering that helps visitors to choose pass based on their desired number of tokens and choicest attractions with ability to top-up in multiples of 5 tokens.
- Sentosa Package: 55 Tokens - Rs. 2585 (Adult/Child).
80 Tokens - Rs. 3649 (Adult/Child).
120 Tokens - Rs. 5321 (Adult/Child).
- Sentosa Package + Universal Studios: 55 Tokens - Rs. 6081 for Adult & Rs. 5067 for Child (<12 yr)
80 Tokens - Rs. 7094 for Adult & Rs. 6081 for Child (<12 yr)
120 Tokens - Rs. 8614 for Adult & Rs. 7601 for Child (<12 yr)
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How to reach Sentosa Island from Airport?
- One can reach Sentosa Island from the Airport either via a taxi/cab or Metro train or bus.
- Taxi is the easiest and fastest transit, which will get you to Sentosa Island in about 30 minutes at an estimated cost of Rs. 1267-1520.
- There is no direct metro train from the airport to Sentosa Island. One needs to change two metro trains to reach HarbourFront. The total journey takes 45 minutes and fare costs $2.50 per person. From HarbourFront, Sentosa Express plies tourists to Vivocity at a fare of $4 per person. One can even walk from Vivocity through Sentosa Boardwalk and reach Sentosa Island. Though metro runs on 7 days a week from morning to evening with a frequency of 7-12 minutes, it remains crowded during peak hours.
- Bus no.36 plies visitors from Airport terminal building to Temasek Avenue. Visitors have to alight opposite to the Ritz Carlton Hotel and catch bus no.97 to reach Vivocity. Total travel lasts 1.5 hours at a charge of Rs. 102 per person.
Things to do in Sentosa Island
Universal Studios: USS spread over 49 acres in Resorts World Sentosa comprising 28 breathtaking rides, shows and attractions distributed over 7 themed zones drive visitors crazy. The high-octane duel roller coaster ride based on popular TV series Battlestar Galactica and the incredible TRANSFORMERS -3D battle ride pump up the adrenaline of the visitors.
World of Shrek Castle, Monster Rock, Shrek-4D Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventures, Hollywood Dreams Parade and characters like Po the Panda and the Minions are some of the standout attractions in this Universal Studio.
SEA Aquarium: The largest aquarium in Southeast Asia is built to reproduce the Red Sea, South China Sea, Strait of Karimata & Java, Bay of Bengal & Laccadive Sea, East Africa lakes, etc as specific zones. Visitors will be enchanted to witness 100,000 marine animals belonging to 1000 species and inhabitant to 50 different habitats. Exotic and endangered species like Hammerhead Sharks, Giant Moray Eels, Reef Manta Rays, Groupers, and Giant Crabs thrill the aqua lovers. Book your Tickets for SEA Aquarium Now!
Images of Singapore Live: A 45 minute live narrative of the history of the native country, Singapore from its humble beginnings as a fishing hamlet to 21st century’s global power, aided by actors, special effects, and immersive themes takes visitors through the sensory journey of a bygone era of nearly 200 yrs.
Wave House Sentosa: A 70,000 sq. ft shorefront consisting of a pool, wave rides, bar & restaurants, and surf shop. The visitors can let their hair down and groove to the live music or relax sipping Malibus and Pina Coladas and munching lip-smacking Asian cuisines. The Double Flow rider with incessant waves at 32 km/hr will give a high to surfers. A 10 ft. Flow Barrel wave ride with water flowing at a speed of 48 km/hr gives a kick to the visitors to try air-defying acts on the perfect persistent barreling waves powered by 1,00,000 gallons of water pumped every minute. Get Flat 35% Off at Wave House, Book Now!
iFly Singapore: An indoor skydiving facility comprising a wind tunnel of 56.5 ft tall and 16.5 ft wide enclosed by an 18 ft acrylic glass wall with winds speeds of 180 km/hr in a controlled environment. Visitors get to enjoy the hair raising experience plummeting freefall from 12,000 ft to 3,000 ft under the watchful eyes of experts at a fraction of the cost of outdoor skydiving.
4D Adventure Land: It comprises 4 shows namely Haunted Mine Ride, Journey 2: The Mysterious Land, Extreme Log Ride, and Desperados. If you are a movie buff, enjoy the cutting edge video projection including physical effects such as wind, rain, fog, and vibrations in Journey 2. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, experience the 4D roller coaster thrill in Extreme Log or chase and shoot the outlaws and criminals through motion-controlled pistols in Desperados, gaming ride.
Mega Adventure Park: Mega Adventure Park unleashes exhilarating experiences such as Megazip, a 450 m long zip line at height of 75 m with a speed of 60 km/h; MegaJump with a 15 m free fall; MegaClimb, a 36 obstacle course of varying heights and hurdles; and 15m tall MegaWall test one’s strength, endurance, daredevilry and zeal. Kids love the MegaBounce, which enables them to jump as high as 8 m and test their acrobatic skills.
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Best Time to Visit Sentosa Island
The weather remains steady throughout the year in Sentosa Island, making it an all-year holiday destination.
However, December to March is the ideal to visit the Island, as average temperatures and humidity remain low making it pleasant for sightseeing. Since Christmas, New Year and Chinese New year takes place during this period, visitors can enjoy shopping and avail huge discounts and promotional offers.
The period between June-November is good for the budget-conscious vacationers, as they can enjoy off-seasonal prices and may even get further reductions & best deals with advance booking. The biggest sale of the year, the Great Singapore Sale (GSS), happens during June month.
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Tips for Visiting Sentosa Island
- As the climate in Sentosa, Singapore is generally hot, it is better to wear light, loose-fitting, cotton clothes.
- Sentosa can be reached via Car, Bus, monorail, cable car, and on foot.
- Sentosa is open on all days including public holidays between 9 A.M -10 P.M. One is allowed to enter 30 minutes before closing time.
- Visitors are not permitted to stay on the island unless they are staying in Cove or any hotels located on the island.
- Get to the adventure rides early in the morning before it gets hot.
- Visitors should shower before entering the pools or going on rides.
- Visitors are permitted to shoot photos and videos for personal use.
- Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and avoid side effects of humidity such as inflammation of the fingers, hands, etc
- Always carry a pair of Sunglasses and umbrella to save yourself from sudden short showers.
- Pack shades, hats, and Sun protection essentials to avoid scorching Sun, as it gets hot between late mornings to mid-afternoon.
- Guests are instructed not to fly drones or other remote-controlled devices in Sentosa Island.
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Places to visit in Sentosa Island
Fort Siloso: A surviving witness to the Second World War, the fort tells the stories about its existence, Japanese invasion, heroic resistance of Lim Bo Seng and Force 136, POW camp, subsequent surrender of Japanese forces to British in 1945 and its transition post-independence through documentaries, relics, animatronics, and “Surrender Chambers’” life-sized replicas. It is home to the country's largest collection of WWII memorabilia.
Singapore Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom: Enjoy the visual ecstasy of watching 1500 live multi-hued butterflies from over 50 species fluttering in a natural environment at this cool outdoor conservatory. Be awed at the sight of 3,000 families of most beautiful and atypical insects.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum: Realize the incredible experience of standing by your favorite star and taking a selfie for posterity or social media at Madame Tussauds. Learn about the history of Singapore in Images of Singapore, enjoy the multi-sensory experience in the spirit of Singapore Boat ride or shake a leg with Shah Rukh Khan. Madhuri or the Big B or race with Hamilton or Vettel in VR Racing or meet your fav Iron-Man, Spider-Man in Marvel 4D experience.
Siloso Beach: A busy beach with lots of activities, Siloso is a much sought after destination for adventure junkies and party animals. Skimboarding, kayaking, flying trapeze or zip-lining will set the heart racing and raise the nervous energy. If you prefer lesser activity, you can surf the man-made wave or relax in a whirlpool bath on the beach. A host of bars and restaurants with mouth-watering all-day menus and cool beverages keep up the spirits of the visitors. Parties, live music, and invigorating food and drinks enable tourists to groove and enjoy the nightlife.
Palawan Beach: A less crowded beach with playgrounds and parks for kids to enjoy, coupled with clean, blue waters for swimming and water sports for adults. It contains quite a few bars & restaurants, beach clubs, and minimarts. The Pirates-of-the –Caribbean style suspension bridge that links beach-goers to the Southernmost point of Continental Asia is the highlight of this beach.
Tanjong Beach: If you wish to spend a quiet time alone or with your family, then Tanjong Beach with its pristine waters and white sands beckon you. Kids can entertain themselves building sandcastles or playing Frisbee, while adults can try their hand at angling or read a book or laze around. Tanjong Beach Club, apart from food and beverages rent lounge chairs and day beds. The beach dons a romantic look at night with glittering lights from nearby ships creating a magical backdrop.
Sentosa Merlion: Merlion, the official mascot of Singapore, which is widely used to represent both the City State and its people, is a mythical creature with a Lion’s Head and Fish’s torso. The 37-meter tall gargantuan replica at Sentosa Island comprises a viewing gallery at the location of its Mouth, on the 9th storey and another viewing gallery and Merlion Shop on its head. It is capable of shooting laser beams from its eyes. Merlion is projected as the Guardian of Prosperity.
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Best Restaurants to Eat at Sentosa Island
Coastes (Casual): A bistro in the natural environs that exudes rustic charm and laid-back beach ambience, where sunbeds and deck chairs extend to the water’s edge. The beach bar offers the finest beers, rail drink spirits, and delightful burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, pasta, curry Laksa, and scrumptious unsullied seafood.
Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora: Enveloped by the waters of S.E.A Aquarium and set against the backdrop of myriads of marine life, the out of the world experience of dining in Singapore’s only underwater restaurant leaves visitors enchanted and satiated. The diner’s Pink Shrimp, crispy skin Barramundi, crisp Foie Gras, Scottish Salmon, and Roasted Peach are a gourmet’s delight.
Malaysia Food Street: The air-conditioned building is replicated to look like an open field, where the ceiling is painted black, the floor is transformed into the street with road markings and street signs, and street lamps are turned on to imitate a perpetual night scene of Singapore and cafes appear as street food vendors. Of the 20 street stalls, some of the notable ones are Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice, Penang Hokkien Prawn Mee, Penang Cendol, KL Jalan Alor Hokkien Prawn Mee, Penang Assam Laksa, Petaling Jaya Toast & Drinks.
Cable Car Sky Dining: Faber Peak (Fine Dining ): For those special occasions or memorable experiences that you cherish for an entire lifetime, such celebrating your wedding anniversary with your soul mate or proposing to your beloved, there is no better place than Cable Car Sky Dining. Absolute privacy, a delectable 4-course meal, an exciting 90-minute mid-air journey, a picturesque background, and a romantic vibe are perfect settings for exchanging endearing words and sweet nothings.
The Cliff: The bistro located in Sofitel Hotel with classy and snazzy insides boasts of heartwarming hospitality. It dishes out a large collection of homemade pasta, starters, desserts, and mouth-watering pizzas combined with best in class wines.
Forest (Fine Dining): The restaurant in Equarius Hotel, is as much known for its interiors as it is for the extensive menu. Its ceiling resembles a modern forest canopy with building columns as the tree trunks. Led by the well-known chef Sam Leong, the unique signature modern Chinese dishes include Tiger prawn Rice Vermicelli along with Chinese Wine in superior Chicken Broth and Egg tart dessert.
8 Noodles: A casual eatery with bright interiors and traditional coffee shop-style table and chairs that serve local favourites like Wonton Noodle soup, Char Kway Teow, Chinese style roast meats and self-indulgent local desserts.
Bikini Bar (Bars): The buoyant and vivacious beach bar in Singapore offers an array of ice-cold beers, cocktails, and menu, which includes yummy chicken and beef kebabs and scrummy sauce. It provides marvellous views, large screen TVs, beer pong table, and pool table.
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Best resorts to Stay in Sentosa Island
Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa: The only true beachfront hotel with high-class interiors, wonderful facilities, affable service, alluring views of the ocean and landscape and 454 capacious and well-appointed guest rooms and suites, makes it a visitors’ favourite. Huge outdoor pool, waterslides, splash zone, Fun Zone and supervised kids’ club activities, Spa, Gym, Open-air play space called Nestopia, and Sea Sports centre are additional attractions. 4 Restaurants with a wide array of dishes and unique ambiences along with 2 bars & lounges will test your selection skills.
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa: The building showcases a mix of intricate French design styles with Singapore's colonial-era architecture creating a distinctive setting. Engulfed in verdant meadows and housing sprawling outdoor Spa gardens, the resort offers a serene atmosphere that relaxes both the mind and body of the visitors. A variety of accommodations in the form of capacious, air-conditioned Luxury Rooms, Suites and Villas with pleasing interiors and luxurious amenities provides an unforgettable stay at the this Sentosa resort.
Equarius Hotel: Resorts World Sentosa: Aquarius Hotel is located at the periphery of the tropical jungle of Sentosa, at the southernmost tip of continental Asia. It is a preferred destination for nature lovers and families due to its proximity to nature hikes and attractions like Universal Studios, S.E.A Aquarium, etc.
Capacious and well-furnished Deluxe Rooms and Suites with balconies that offer bird’s view of either Forest or Sea, world-class amenities and Forest restaurant run by a famous chef Sam Leong modelled on forest theme gratify the visitor’s senses.
The Outpost Hotel by Far East Hospitality: The Outpost Hotel is located on a cliff overlooking the beautiful Singapore channel. The up-market hotel caters to the adults and couples seeking excitement and adventure. Motivated by the Islands military history, 193 guest rooms (Deluxe Rooms with Sea view/Island view/Pool view) are decorated in black & white marble. Customized service, branded beauty-care-products, pool-deck, complimentary mini-bar, Pool bar, All-day dining restaurant delight the customers.
W Singapore Sentosa Cove: The Hotel is situated in the upscale residential area of the Sentosa Cove. A preferred destination of top-notch executives, Business Tycoons, affluent staycationers and classy globetrotters. 240 ultra-posh commodious Guest Rooms and Suites with resplendent interiors, unlimited contemporary amenities, and unrestrained recreational facilities such as Gym FIT, swimming pool WET, pub WOOBAR, and best meat & seafood restaurant SKIRT, and gourmet Kitchen render a matchless experience.
Capella Singapore: Capella Singapore is housed in 2 resurrected Tanah Merah heritage buildings, which date back to 1880. The hotel comprises gardens and grounds that dot the shore. The range of habitation, which includes 112 Rooms, Suites, Villas, and Manors, is spread over 30 acres of serene verdant vista. Custom-made contemporary amenities, renowned upholstery, distinguished Rivolta Carmignani napery, Aesop bath & body essentials, private plunge pool, and luxurious comfort guarantee a cosy stay.
The in-house diners, Cassia and The Knoll offers visitors an appetizing and authentic Cantonese and Mediterranean food, while Bob’s bar lifts the spirits further with custom-made cocktails.
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1. What can you do in Sentosa Island for free?
The following are the activities that can be done in Sentosa Island for free:
- A visit to Tanjong Beach
- Visit the Sentosa Nature Discovery
- Nature Heritage Tree Tour
- Crane Dance, a 10 min. animatronics & pyrotechnics show at Resorts World Sentosa every night at 8 p.m.
- Animal Encounters at Palawan Beach
- Fort Siloso, a heritage military museum and ‘Surrender Chamber’, which showcase life-size wax images of British & Japanese soldiers re-enacting British surrender in 1942 and the Japanese surrender in 1945.
- Fort Siloso Skywalk: 11 storey, 181 m long journey that provides exhilarating views of Mount Faber, Keppel Harbor, and Western Sentosa.
- Lake of Dreams
- Palawan Pirate Ship for 3-10 yr old kids.
- Palawan Green, a beachfront lawn space that enables you to watch free movies.
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2. How do I get from MRT to Sentosa?
One can reach HarborFront station by MRT, either taking North-East line or Circle line.
From HarborFront Station, one can reach Sentosa by:
- By Foot: From Vivocity, search for directions to Sentosa Boardwalk. Sentosa Broad walk is a 700 m long pedestrian walkway that connects Vivocity shopping Mall with Sentosa. The boardwalk comprises 10 travelators that head in both directions, transferring people in and out of Sentosa. The travelators in the canopied Boardwalk take visitors through 5 themed gardens offering a visual treat to the eyes.
- By Sentosa Express: Take Sentosa Express from the level 3 at the Vivocity and alight one stop later at the Waterfront to reach Sentosa at a fare of $4 per person.
- By Public Transport: Bus lines RWS8 takes visitors from Vivocity to Sentosa, while Bus no. 123 from Bukit Merah Interchange ply tourists to Sentosa.
3. What is Sentosa Island famous for?
Sentosa Island is famous for quite a few things such as Universal Studios, the man-made beaches, and the huge Resorts Worlds, which in itself comprises resorts, restaurants, shows, and attractions.
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4. Do you have to pay to go to Sentosa Island?
- It depends on the type of transport undertaken to reach the Island.
- If one reaches Sentosa by foot or bicycle, there is no fee to enter the island. If you reach by public transport, then also you need not pay any admission fees.
- For visitors travelling by Sentosa Express, the entry fee is included in the fare Rs. 203 per person.
- The admission fee is Rs. 102 to Rs. 305 for taxi and cab depending upon the time of arrival and number of persons in the taxi/cab.
- Entry fee is included in the fare of Rs. 1672, for tourists availing the Cable car.
5. How long does it take to visit and view the entire Sentosa Island?
It depends on the attractions, rides and shows one wish to view at Sentosa Island. It also depends on whether it is a weekday or weekend or any National holiday, as more crowds mean long queues and long waiting periods.
It may generally take 2 - 3 days to view the entire Sentosa Island.
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6. Where it is located?
Sentosa Island is located in the Central region, Singapore.
7. What are the activities allowed on Sentosa Boardwalk?
- The 700 m long, canopied, Sentosa Boardwalk passes through 5-themed gardens; Mangroves, rock gardens, terrain & hill, coastal flora, and rainforests. Trick Eye Museum, Crane Dance, S.E.A - Aquarium, and Adventure Cove Water Park are accessible through Sentosa Boardwalk.
- Dining outlet present midway along the Boardwalk offers refreshments to visitors. Restaurants like the Seafood Republic and the Malaysian Food Street are easily reachable from the Boardwalk.
- Walkers can sit, sip the wine and order food and savour the scenic beauty at the Wine Company, which situated halfway through the Boardwalk.
- The Boardwalk transforms into Sentosa Boardwalk Bazaar on weekends and public holidays. People stroll along and indulge in a shopping spree.
8. Are there any Halal certified food outlets in Sentosa?
Yes. There are restaurants that supply Halal food in Sentosa. The names of some of the food outlets are given below:
- Bagus Foodcourt, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS)
- Mel’s Drive-In @ Universal Studios, RWS
- Oasis Spice Café, Universal Studios, RWS
- Friar’s at Far Far Away, Universal Studios, RWS
- Marty’s Casa Del Wild, Universal Studios, RWS
- Malaysian Food Street
- Delifrance, The Merlion & Siloso Point, Sentosa
- Texas Chicken, 26 Sentosa Gateway
- Bali Thai, 26 Sentosa Gateway, The Forum@ RWS
- KFC, 3 Siloso Road, Merlion Plaza
- Marry Brown, 43, Siloso Beach Walk
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9. Where can I find lockers in Sentosa?
Public Lockers are available at the following places:
- At passage adjacent to Toast Box at ‘The Forum’
- Next to “That’s A Wrap” gift shop outside Universal Studios
- Before the entrance of Adventure Cove Water Park
- Outside Restrooms after the park entrance of Adventure Cove.
- At Hollywood
- Below Battlestar Galactica Ride at Sci-Fi City
- Beside the entrance to the Jurassic Rapid Adventure Ride at Lost World.
- On either side of the entrance to Revenge of the Mummy @ Ancient Egypt, Universal Studios
- Lockers are available at the washrooms along the Siloso, Palawan and Tanjong beaches.
10. Is the Musical Fountain still in operation?
No. The Musical Fountain is no longer in operation. The program was shut down and demolished to make way for Resorts World Sentosa. Lake of Dreams stands on a part of the old foundation that earlier housed Musical Fountain.
11. What are the best activities to do in Sentosa at night?
There are various activities to do in Sentosa at night such as-
- Watch the Wings of Time Show (8:40 pm)
- Enjoy the Sentosa Crane Dance (8:15 pm)
- Indoor Surfing at Wave House (9:30 pm)
- See the Merlion Magic Lights (9:15 pm)
- Skyline Luge Racing (9:30pm)
- Indoor SkyDiving at iFly Singapore (9:30 pm)
- Experience the 4D show at 4D Adventure Land (9pm)
- Click the pictures at Trick Eye Museum (9pm)
- Go to K-Live Sentosa (9pm)
Prive Keppel, WOOBAR, and Hard Rock Café with an overpowering combination of mesmerizing vistas, delectable snacks, invigorating drinks, nightly live performances, melodious and foot-tapping music make it a memorable night (1 pm).
12. Is Sentosa open 24 hours?
No. Sentosa Operating timings are from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily including public holidays.
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