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  • Sentosa is Singapore’s maritime playground, which makes staying at resorts in Sentosa Island popular choices among both tourists and locals. People flock to this island looking for unrivaled luxury resorts near the turquoise shoreline and its giant theme parks to enjoy to the fullest in Singapore.

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    So, if you’re planning a Singapore trip, do make an overnight stay at any of the resorts at Sentosa Island like Le Méridien, Siloso Beach Resort, W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, and so on. During your stay in these resorts rejuvenate yourself with spa and massage facility, stroll around the private beach, relax in pools or play table tennis, billiards, and other water sports. These resorts in Singapore are no doubt the best spot to indulge in lavishness.


    Here are some of the best resorts in Sentosa Island:

  • 01Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

    Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa is a luxurious resort-styled location. Build across abundant greenery and near to Sentosa Island's iconic Tanjong Beach, so guests get impressive sunset scenes from the resort itself. It is amongst those Sentosa island resorts that will give you tranquillity and leisure both. The guests who stay at exquisite villas get access to the private outdoor pool and So SPA’s outdoor garden amenities.

    Ancient massage traditions blend with the newest French cosmetology at So SPA, a reason itself to enjoy your stay here. Additionally, guests can soothe their minds through their rejuvenating massages. 
    Further, the resort has 4 in-onsite restaurants offering exquisite Asian and Western cuisines. Other recreational activities you get here comprises of sports, storytelling, dancing, and different classes on weekends.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location:  2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Sentosa Island

    Price: SGD 315

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  • 02Costa Sands Resort

    Nestled amidst the verdant tropical gardens with the picturesque South China Sea view enveloping the Costa Sands Resort. Such beautiful and peaceful environment is what makes this venue one of the ideal Sentosa Island Resorts to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city!The resort also offers easy access to family-centric experiences and thrilling attractions in Singapore like special privileges to MOSH! edutainment park and Wave House Sentosa

    Here you can bond with family and friends while relishing meals at its BBQ pits. 
    The stay at the cosy little accommodation - Kampung Hut will give you a taste of 1960s Singapore due to its rustic setting. Additionally, the resort includes amenities like free Wi-Fi, free parking, a sun terrace, and an outdoor pool. Costa Sands Resort likewise has a picnic area, private beachfront space, sea view rooms, and billiards facilities.

    Timings: Check-in: 2:30 pm
                   Check-out: 10:30 am

    Location: 30 Imbiah Walk, Sentosa

    Price: SGD 88

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  • 04ONE°15 Marina

    The ONE°15 Marina located in the posh Sentosa Cove of Singapore is surely one of the most exotic lifestyle resorts in Sentosa Island.Looking out to the tranquil Sentosa Cove and getting a magnificent marina view at the room's doorstep will be a rejuvenating experience. Further, all stylish guestrooms at this resort consist of free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and coffee machine.

    The modern en suite bathrooms include a relaxing bathtub with glass walls or glass ceilings. 
    Also, a wide range of delicious dining options is available within the resort as well as near the property. More importantly, this resort provides world-class marina club amenities for its valued members.

    Timings: Check-in: 2:30 pm
                   Check-out: 10:30 am 

    Location:  #01-01, 11 Cove Drive, Sentosa Cove, Sentosa Island

    Price: SGD 216

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  • 05Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

    One of the opulent 5-star resorts in Sentosa Island with colonial architecture. The quiet ambiance and appeal of the old British colonial structures here will really please the travelers. Suites here are housed with daybeds on sunny porches, and the villas hold their private plunge pools.

    A family of peacocks wanders between the resort's various buildings, as trimmed gardens and tropical trees surround it. Definitely, it's a pleasant spot to unwind away from the hectic city life. 
    Also, the Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa possesses kids pool with water slides. So, it's the right choice if you are planning family holidays.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 1 Larkhill Road, Sentosa, Sentosa Island

    Price: SGD 262

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  • 06Capella Singapore

    It is kind of contemporary resorts in Sentosa Island, settled on 30-acres of verdant tropical woodlands. Also, the property is within walking distance from the beach. Here the old-world colonial enchantment blends with the world-class comforts such as a triple-tier infinity edge pool, gourmet restaurants, and a broad range of accommodation choices to enjoy your sojourn.

    On booking your accommodation at this resort you will also get free entry to Sentosa island. 
    This extravagant resort features three open-air pools. While you stay here don’t neglect to take advantage of its Spa facility which has won several awards. Pampering waits for you at the Capella Singapore where all the expense is worth the investment.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 1 The Knolls Sentosa Island, Sentosa Island, 098297 Singapore

    Price: SGD 591

  • 07 Siloso Beach Resort Sentosa

    Siloso Beach Resort Sentosa is the only eco-resort on Sentosa island packed with modern luxury homes. It's an upper-middle-range resort which makes it the cheapest resort available at this location. Built around the existing landscape, natural springs with water slides surround the outdoor pool here, creating a mystical vibe!

    What makes this amongst the popular Sentosa Island Resorts is its suites nestled at the rooftop that are eco-friendly and features hydrotherapy tubs. All other rooms at this resort are eco-friendly too. The villas have glass-encased trees budding through the floor, giving a mesmerizing look to the property.
    Other facilities comprise of an open-air cafe, lounge, and rooftop herb and vegetable garden, and free Wi-Fi.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location:  51 Imbiah Walk Sentosa, Sentosa Island, 099538 Singapore

    Price: SGD 181

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  • 08Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

    One more luxury family-friendly resort at Sentosa island that boasts a lot of facilities bringing a smile on you and your kids' face. Its beachfront location brings many of Singapore’s best family fascinations right on your doorstep while some others are too at proximity. And yes, having the beach right in front of you implies beachside fun as well as stunning views! 

    Further, there are the plentiful of in-house amenities like the outdoor playground, water slides, kids pool, kids club, kids-friendly buffet, water sports centre, splash pad, and a flying trapeze. All such fun elements make it one of the best resorts in Sentosa island option for a family staycation.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location:  101 Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, 098970 Singapore

    Price: SGD 360

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  • 09 Resort World Sentosa - Beach Villas

    One more worth mention from the list of upscale resorts in Sentosa Island is Resort World Sentosa - Beach Villas. After a well-spent day at Sentosa Island, guests can relax in its comfortable open-air pool. For fitness freaks, there is also a gym along with a wellness centre. This luxury location comprises of well-appointed rooms with free Wi-Fi facility. Beach Villas is within Resorts World Sentosa, so you get easy access to Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa, and Revenge of the Mummy. Additionally, the private villas include a spacious pool terrace presenting a lovely view of surrounding tropical greenery.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 11:00 am

    Location: Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Beach Villas, 098269 Singapore

    Price: SGD 810

  • 10 Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

    Near to many outdoor attractions Sentosa is known for, this is also one of the most prominent resorts in Sentosa Island, overlooking the iconic Merlion. It's the archetypical spot to investigate the compelling area. One can indulge in adrenalin sports, visit the theme parks or pristine beaches in singapore, and discover the local culture. Have an ideal fun break by accommodating at Le Méridien. 

    Further, there are three sorts of room available, designed with natural substances and warm colour schemes. All the rooms here give a beautiful view of the surrounding greenery.
    The resort comprises of on-site restaurant and lounge serving international cuisines. Other facilities include open-air pool, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, and parking service.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 23 Beach View, Sentosa, Sentosa Island, 098679 Singapore

    Price: SGD 281

  • 11 W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

    Firstly, you can also opt to reach this resort via yacht, creating a style statement! Further, popular Siloso Beach, Vivo City, Adventure Cove, and Universal Studios are just a short ride away from W Singapore. The glamorous edge like rooms at this resort is surrounded by the crystal blue marina and lush foliage panoramic views.

    All flora-inspired designed rooms accompany mood lighting and bathtubs. And some accompany a private plunge pool too.
    The scene at dusk is breathtaking when the resort sparks up with radiant mood lighting. This resort boasts the largest outdoor swimming pool outfitted with underwater speakers. Guests can unwind with its seven treatment-room AWAY Spa.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Island, 098372 Singapore

    Price: SGD 358

  • 12Village Hotel at Sentosa

    This one is the newest addition to the list of resorts at Sentosa Island. It gives a bizarre experience for both leisure and families holidaymakers. From architecture and lovely ambience with the most exquisite furnishings, and activities - this resort won't fail to win visitors' heart! Here you can discover the surrounding rich heritage and culture.

    The highlight of this place is The Pool Deck. It's settled on an elevated ground which boasts four unusual themed pools to satisfy guests of all ages. There is also a pool bar, on-site eatery, and gym facility.
    Village Hotel at Sentosa is also just a few minutes ride away from Wings of Time, Adventure Cove Waterpark and S.E.A. Aquarium.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location:10 Artillery Avenue #02-01, Sentosa Island, 099951 Singapore

    Price: SGD 271

  • 13Hotel Michael

    If you are an art lover, Resorts World Sentosa - Hotel Michael is your place to be. Staying at this boutique-styled resort is like residing in an art gallery surrounded by artistic furniture pieces and mural-adorned walls. Bathrooms also are the artwork decorated with flower-motif mosaics on the walls and the amazing blue mosaic-tiled shower.

    Relaxation amenities feature a swimming pool, fitness centre, spa, and body massage facilities.
    The resort is most adjacent to Universal Studios Singapore, and a few minutes away from Festive Walk, the Casino, Hall of Treasures, and the Resorts World Convention Center.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 11:00 am

    Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269 Singapore

    Price: SGD 258

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  • 14Hard Rock Hotel Singapore

    The hip and energetic resort that features 364 rooms. It has a tropical landscape setting and features artificially created beach with sand specially brought from Australia. Stay at this location to experience its entertainment and dining amenities that will offer you feel like royalty. The highlight of Hard Rock Hotel is its remarkable free form pool loved by every guest here.

    Hard Rock Hotel is just a few steps away from the Quay Clarke’s bustling nightlife, Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium, as well as Asia’s flagship spa – the ESPA. 
    There is an on-location restaurant serving International buffet and a poolside bar that features several refreshing drinks. Further, enjoy to the fullest devouring snacks and beverages with music entertainment at The Rock Bar.

    Timings:
    Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, 098269 Singapore

    Price: SGD 270
  • 15Crockfords Tower

    It is an exclusive all-suite resort which is another great choice to consider if you are searching for resorts in Sentosa Island. The resort boasts facilities like a kids' club, casino, lounge, spa, and 24-hour fitness centre. The luxurious deluxe suites consist of a lavish bathroom outfitted with steam room and you can watch T.V. directly through a bathroom reflector.

    Interiors are extravagantly planned with custom-designed furniture. Guests who stay here get dedicated butler facility as well ready to serve them 24/7. 
    Also, famous destinations of Sentosa island like Adventure Cove Waterpark, Wings of Time and S.E.A. Aquariums are a few minutes distance away.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Sentosa Island, 098269 Singapore

    Price: SGD 869
  • 16The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

    This property is like an omnipotent fort situated at the mouth of the Singapore River, facing a glorious cityscape. Some rooms here feature either outdoor patio or balconies with waterside or panoramic skyline scenes. If you want to discover Fullerton's heritage head to the museum-like Fullerton Heritage Gallery at the lobby.

    To unwind, take a dip at its outdoor second-level infinity pool amidst the backdrop of Doric columns offering eye-pleasing Marina Bay and river views. Also, guests can take advantage of its Hamman, steam room, or spa centre. 
    Further, this resort caters five lavish restaurants serving sumptuous International as well as local dishes. They also host themed dinner nights, perfect for couples.

    Timings: Check-in: 3:00 pm
                   Check-out: 12:00 noon

    Location: 1 Fullerton Square, Marina Bay, 049178 Singapore

    Price: SGD 620


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Universal Studios

If you are planning for some family outing along with your family then this place should definitely be on your bucket list. Universal Studio Singapore is a theme park which highlights a tempting choice of attractions, rides and stimulation for families and daredevil. Family holidays will never be this exciting ever. There are in total 6 roller coaster in this exotic theme park.

Highlights: While you are at the Universal Studio enter into the exciting universe of motion picture enchantment as you Ride the Movies on thrill rides and other motion picture-themed attractions. Be amazed and charmed by an immersive excitement encounter that breathes life into the silver screen.

Location: The Universal Studio Singapore is located at 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore.

Price: The approximate price for adult INR 3750/SGD 73
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Night Safari

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the wildlife during the night time? Sounds interesting right? Well then now is the time you should head out for the night safari in Singapore. Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal zoo which is already a hit among the people all over the world.

The Night Safari right now houses more than 2,500 animals with more than 130 species, of which 38% are undermined species. The Night Safari is overseen by Wildlife Reserves Singapore. It is separated into seven geological zones, which can be investigated either by walking by means of four strolling trails, or by cable car.

Highlights: The animals of the Night Safari, includes from Indian rhinoceros to tarsiers, are made obvious by lighting that looks like moonlight. In spite of the fact that it is brighter than full moonlight by a couple of requests of greatness, it diminishes enough not to aggravate nighttime and crepuscular creatures' conduct. London based lighting originator Simon Corder made the lighting for Night Safari.

Location: The Night Safari is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore. 

Price: The cost is INR 
2030/SGD 40 
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Singapore Flyer

When it comes to enjoying the 360-degree panoramic view of the pictorial country then Asia's largest giant observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer is the ideal destination and one of the best Places to Visit in Singapore.Located in Raffles Avenue, this giant wheel is positioned at a height of 165 meters from the ground and its about as tall as 42 storeys building providing a magnificent scenic view from the top.

It a magical experience of full 30 minutes with loads of thrill in one of those 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules. Be it Raffles Palace, Singapore River, Merlion Park, Marina Bay, Padang and Empress Palace one can fetch a bird’s eye view from the Flyer. To have an experience of wine and dine in the clouds in Singapore Flyer in flight packages where one can yummiest food with coolest drinks.

Location: 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore.

Timings
: 8:30am to 10:30pm

Price
: The cost is INR 1700/SGD 33 
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Gardens by the Bay

For those who love to spend some time in nature, then Garden by the Bay is a must-visit destination for you while in Singapore. Garden by the Bay is a nature stop traversing 101 hectares (250 sections of land) of recovered land in focal Singapore, contiguous the Marina Reservoir.

The park center comprises of three waterfront gardens likely Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The biggest of the patio nurseries is Bay South Garden at 54 hectares.

Highlights: Bay South Garden is the biggest of the patio nurseries. Motivated by an orchid, the plan takes after Singapore's national bloom, Vanda 'Miss Joaquim'. You can't miss the monstrous Supertrees here. These tree-formed vertical greenery enclosures are between nine to 16 stories tall. Stroll on the suspended walkway between two Supertrees to appreciate a 10,000 foot perspective of the greenhouses. At night, get the sky show of choreographed lights and sounds at the Garden Rhapsody in the midst of the Supertrees.

Location: The Park is located at 8 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore.

Price: The cost is INR 1210/SGD 24
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Tiger Sky Tower

Ever wondered what it is to be like watching the half of Singapore from the tallest of a building. Well now here it is. Tiger Sky Tower is one of the tallest buildings in Singapore. As Tiger Sky Tower tenderly turns up to 131 meters above sea level, begin blazing out your cameras or take it easy in the air-molded lodge to relish 360-degree all-encompassing perspectives over Sentosa's renowned shorelines and attractions.

Be hypnotized by perspectives of Singapore's cityscape and discover a look at neighboring Indonesia and Malaysia too!

Highlights: The Sky Tower has a limit of 72 in its encased, aerated and cooled lodge. The day and night see from the tower guarantee to be both grand and amazing. Appropriate for all ages, the Sky Tower is a key purpose of intrigue and structures a particular point of interest as it delicately rotates to survey tallness of right around 50 stories over the encompassing regular greenery.

Location: Tiger Sky Tower is situated on Sentosa Island of Singapore.

Price: The cost is INR 925/SGD 18 for adults and INR 515/SGD 10 for children. 
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Jurong Bird Park

If you are a lover of nature then and want to spend some time exploring the vivid flora and fauna then Jurong Bird Park is the perfect place for you. Jurong Bird Park is a standout amongst the most famous bird park with a portion of the biggest free-flying aviaries in the world.

In territories that mirror their naturalistic surroundings, Jurong Bird Park is home to the shades of the world, as Asia's biggest fledgling park with a gathering of more than 5,000 feathered creatures crosswise over 400 species.

Highlights: While visiting the park you can also indulge in some other activities. Climb into the wondrous and biggest stroll in an aviary, the Waterfall Aviary that houses more than 600 winged animals and additionally a 30-meter high waterfall.

Location: The Jurong Bird Park is located at 2 Jurong Hill, Singapore

Price: The cost is INR 1250/SGD 25
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Singapore Zoo

While you are visiting Singapore this time make it a point to visit the Singapore zoo. Since 1973, Singapore Zoo has been known for having among the most delightful untamed life stop settings on the planet, where creatures wander unreservedly in open and naturalistic living spaces.

Highlights: The natural surroundings consolidate exceptional review elements, for example, raised stages to see our giraffe display, submerged exhibitions to see the watery universes of otters, pygmy hippos and mammoth estuarine crocodiles, and glass observatories to see creatures, for example, the savage cheetahs and lions.

Location: The Singapore zoo is located at 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore.

Price: The cost is INR 1525/SGD 30
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S.E.A. Aquarium

Lose yourself in the beauty of one of the most breath-taking aquariums of Southeast Asia - S.E.A. Aquariums Singapore. Just imagine, how amazing it is to venture through the fascinating underwater world to explore the oceanic realm of S.E.A. Aquarium.

With no doubt, this S.E.A. Aquariums is nowhere less than a magical marine world. Be thrilled to witness around 100,000 aquatic species coming from major oceans of the world. Authorities here, strive hard to recreate a natural habitat for their survival. So, marine researchers have surely got a lot of things to do here. 

There are around 10 zones with different habitats all wrapped within a large venue. 1000’s of aquatic species coming from the major marine ecosystems such as Bay of Bengal, Andaman Sea, Great Lakes of East Africa, and the Straits of Malacca will take adequate care of your engagement. Leopard sharks, squadrons, goliath groupers are some of the exotic marine varieties which you can easily find here.  Sometimes, they may even appear as if two-legged mammals ogle from the other end of the glass tank.

For those who wish for something more head towards Sharks Sea Habitat where you can stroll for long hours. Scalloped hammerhead and aggressive silver tip sharks are some common ones to find swimming in this zone. 

There’s also an Open Ocean Habitat precisely in the center of S.E.A. Aquarium. It resembles a humongous aquarium and gives you a feel like you are standing on a cavernous ocean floor. You can simply spend long hours here watching a sweeping ocean scenery running behind glass panels. For entertaining their visitors, in-charge here ensure that all the panels remain spotless. 

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Essential Information:


Location: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269

Timings: S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore opens sharply at 10:00 am in the morning and closes by 07:00 pm in the evening. However, the opening and closing timings of the aquarium are subject to change in accordance with the instructions from authorities. 

Price (for locals and for foreigners): 
Child ticket rates (Age group – 04 to 12 years) – 29 US Dollars
                                                              Adult ticket rates (Age group 13 to 59 years) – 40 US Dollars 
                                                              Senior Citizen ticket rates (Age group – 60 years and above) – 29 US Dollars 

You can redeem your online confirmation ticket from Sentosa Waterfront ticketing counter. Tickets shall be valid only for three months.

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How to reach S.E.A. Aquarium from Singapore?


If you have your MRT card, you can ride Sentosa Express from Vivo City’s Sentosa Station and get down at Waterfront Station. It is just one station away from your boarding point.

Alternatively, you can even travel through the cable car experience other sightseeing options. To board a cable car, head towards the Harbourfront Station and get down at Imbiah Station. From there, you need to ride a Sentosa Express and board off at Waterfront Station.

Once you reach comfortably at Merlion Statuette, you need to cross the bridge and get down at Maritime Experiential Museum. Your S.E.A. Aquarium is located within this museum.

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Things to do and Special Experience in S.E.A. Aquarium


Worried about what to do at S.E.A. Aquarium? Do not worry, as we are here to guide you what all you can do here – 

Enjoy at S.E.A.’s ocean fest – If you had the opportunity to visit S.E.A. Aquarium during its Ocean fest, do not miss it on. There are interactive installations to guide you through all the sounds (good or bad) made by our mighty oceans. Audiovisual experiences, live star performances, and the impactful sounds of marine animals will definitely leave you spellbound. 

Watch sea sharks swimming all over your head – As soon as you step in S.E.A. Aquarium, there are big tunnels lined up through both the entrances and exits. Don’t be scared to walk through them as a shark might scare you a bit from somewhere. From silvertip to the sandbar, there are around 100 different varieties of sharks that swim through both these tunnels.

Engage yourself with Moray Eels – The underrated sea creatures are surely going to interest you to capture some beautiful moments with them. Looking within their mouths, you will come to realize that Eels have been spotted there too. 

Wonderworld of magical reefs – What makes coral reefs more appealing is the vast array of colour and shade they come in. Vibrancy and diversity of fishes swimming all around these mighty coral reefs give a soothing relief to your eyes.

There are Nemo and Dory for your entertainment – Do you love to play hide, and seek? Are you willing to rewind the best moments of your childhood? If yes, it's time to get down and search for Nemo and Dory. Although you can easily spot on Dory as it keeps on swimming around the tank, spotting Nemo is a bit troubling task.

Do not miss on Open Ocean Habitat – You can call it as the heart of S.E.A. Aquarium. It’s cavernous ceiling, and the floor aquarium leaves you puzzled as if you are diving at high depths of the mighty blue sea. The seafloor here is filled with nurse sharks and sawfishes and illuminates once the sunlight falls over it. 

Did you notice sea jellies there? – No one can stay away from being fascinated with the sight of sea jellies. You can find a plethora of sea jellies here such as moon sea jellies, and Japanese sea nettles.

You can actually touch a sea star here – S.E.A. Aquarium gives you a liberty to touch your favourite marine creatures only if you agree to follow their rules and regulations.

Finally, do visit the Maritime Experiential Museum - Once you reach towards the end point of S.E.A. Aquarium, you will see wax figures of historically significant personalities of Singapore. This museum is something different than the other museums where you can enjoy a wide array of touch-screen games right from designing your fabric all by yourself to dressing you up.

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Animals in S.E.A. Aquarium


There are more than 100,000 marine species here at S.E.A. Aquarium distributed around 50 different habitats. Every next habitat is more exciting than the previous one. To list a few of the top-rated species here are nurse sharks, hammerhead sharks, giant Moray Eels, Poison Arrow Frog, and clown fish. Reef Manta Ray, Sea Nettle, Giant Pacific Octopus, Indo- Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin, Goliath Grouper, Seahorse are some more add-ons to the list.

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Shopping & Dining in S.E.A. Aquarium


From shopping to dining, S.E.A. Aquarium has every bits and piece of entertaining you. Here’s what you can find here – 

Ocean Restaurant – Indulge yourself in the real flavours of Mediterranean and Californian style cuisines at Ocean restaurant. Having your favourite Mediterranean-Californian delicacy with the beauty of the underwater experience is a perfect way to seek relaxation. This ocean restaurant operates from 11:30 am to 02:30 pm for lunch and from 06:00 pm to 10:00 pm for dinner. 

S.E.A. Side Snacks – If you are hungry during odd hours, and do not want to have a full meal, head towards S.E.A.side snacks to pick some quick bites. Select from a wide variety of pastries, hot dogs, and some refreshing beverages. To quickly satiate visitors hunger, this place operates from morning 10:00 am to the evening at 06:00 pm.

Ocean bites – For some more munchies such as muffins, corn dogs or other light snacks and cakes, head towards Ocean bites. You can have your favourite side food here from morning 10:00 am to the evening at 06:00 pm.

S.E.A. Treasures – It is a perfect place to halt, and shop for someone special in your life. Be it someone’s birthday or a baby shower, do not forget to go through the plush toys, snazzy accessories, or adorable t-shirts for sale here. You can shop for anything here from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm. 

S.E.A. Wonders – For picking some eco-friendly merchandise, head towards S.E.A. Wonders from 10:00 am to 07:00 pm daily.

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Best Time to Visit S.E.A. Aquarium


It is always better to start off your day early when you are about to visit this one and only one magnificent underwater aquarium of Singapore – S.E.A. Aquarium. The crowd usually starts stepping in the afternoon i.e., from 12:00 pm onwards. So, if it works for you, try to make the best use of the first two operating hours to enjoy your visit peacefully here.

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Tips for Visiting S.E.A. Aquarium 


- You won't be allowed to carry any outside food or beverage along with you. Also, you are strictly prohibited from having something when you stand near any of the aquarium exhibits. There are areas or zones designated for enjoying your food.

- Smoking is strictly prohibited once you are inside the aquarium. If you want to enjoy it, there are zones reserved explicitly for smoking.

- You are allowed to click as many photographs as you want inside the aquarium. However, make sure that you do not use your camera’s flashlight.

- You are not supposed to accompany your pets or other animals inside S.E.A. Aquarium.

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Places to Visit near S.E.A. Aquarium


While S.E.A. Aquarium itself has a lot of things to keep you engaged, there is more to enjoy out. Let’s check them here – 

Resorts World Sentosa – Renowned as an integrated resort of Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa occupies a big slice of the island. This first attraction of the mainland Singapore homes to restaurants, shops, food courts, hotels, and a big dynamic casino. As there are lots of things to enjoy here besides good food, this is one of the most lively places to visit in Singapore. Taiwanese Dumpling Chain, Din Thai Fung serves the most outstanding variety of food.

Adventure Cove Park – Homing to a lot of water slides, kids water play zones, wave pools and so on, Adventure Cove Park forms the best-themed waterpark of Singapore. For some more enjoyment, you can share selfies with bottlenose dolphins at the Dolphin Island Marine Life Park. Be careful, as there are stingrays too. 

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Universal Studios Singapore – Yet another outstanding attraction of Singapore, Universal Studios stands unrivalled when it comes to seeking pleasure from your Singapore visit. What makes it more special to land here are themed areas, live shows, eateries, and other attractions.

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Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom – Comprising of three different zones, Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is a place to dwell for butterfly lovers. You can stroll through either through the butterfly or bird aviary or engage yourself in spotting different bugs and crawling creepers at its museum.

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Tiger sky tower – Rising high at the height of around 131 meters from the sea level, Tiger Sky Tower stands as one of the highest observatories of Singapore. Climbing to the top of it can give you some beautiful views of the city that stretches wide.

Sentosa Merlion –
If you have some more time to spare, do visit this 37-meter tall structure which guards Singapore’s prosperity – Sentosa Merlion. Once here, do not forget to collect prosperity coins or ring a prosperity bell.

FAQs 


Q1. What is there to do in S.E.A. Aquarium?

At S.E.A. Aquarium, you have a plethora of activities to do. From being the biggest aquariums to being beautifully organized, S.E.A. aquarium has got it all to please your eyes. There are Moray Eels, Dolphins, Sharks, Jellyfishes, and stingrays in addition to the colourful fishes and a wide variety of corals. You can simply watch them swimming here and there, or take your DSLRs out and capture some beautiful moments with them. The choice is yours! Besides the marine life, food served here, and the merchandise available for sale is undoubtedly worthy of appreciating.

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Q2. How do I get to S.E.A. Aquarium?

If you have your MRT card, you can ride Sentosa Express from Vivo City’s Sentosa Station and get down at Waterfront Station. It is just one station away from your boarding point.

Alternatively, you can even travel through the cable car experience other sightseeing options. To board a cable car, head towards the Harbourfront Station and get down at Imbiah Station. From there, you need to ride a Sentosa Express and board off at Waterfront Station.

Once you reach comfortably at Merlion Statuette, you need to cross the bridge and get down at Maritime Experiential Museum. Your S.E.A. Aquarium is located within this museum.

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Q3. Is Underwater World and Sea Aquarium the same?

No. There’s a difference in between both Underwater World and Sea Aquarium. You will find Sea Aquarium to be located within Resorts World Sentosa whereas Underwater World is present on the other side of this Sentosa Island. However, Underwater World is now functionally closed. 

Q4. What does S.E.A. Aquarium stand for?

S.E.A. Aquarium stands for South East Asia’s largest aquarium presently under the governance of Chimelong Ocean Kingdom (Hengqin, China). Within its 45000 litres of water, it comes to around 100,000 aquatic animals of about 800 species.

Q5. How long does it take to visit and view the entire S.E.A. Aquarium?

A rough stay of 2-3 hours is fair enough to wind up your entire S.E.A. Aquarium visit. 

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Q6. Where it is located?

S.E.A. Aquarium is located at 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269. It is situated near the Maritime Experiential Museum.

Q7. How many aquatic species are there in S.E.A. Aquarium?

S.E.A. Aquarium homes to more than 100,000 aquatic animals with around 800 different species.

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Q8. Is it allowed to take pictures in the S.E.A. Aquarium?

You are allowed to click pictures within the S.E.A. Aquarium. However, make sure that you do not use the flashlight of your DSLR camera or your smartphone devices while you click them. This might disturb the free movement of some marine species.

Q9. Is it necessary to book the tickets in advance for S.E.A. Aquarium?

You can buy your entry tickets to S.E.A. Aquarium on the day of your visit. However, as many of them are subject to their availability, it is always better to pre-book them so that you don’t run short of these entry tickets.

Q10. Can I leave and re-enter S.E.A. Aquarium?

With a valid redeemed ticket, you are allowed to re-enter the S.E.A. aquarium at any point of time throughout its operating hours on the day of your visit. If at all, you find yourself in such a situation wherein you need to step out and re-enter, make sure that you get a hand stamp. For this hand stamp, you are required to inquire at the exit counter. Your valid ticket and this hand stamp shall acknowledge your re-entry in S.E.A. Aquarium.

Q11. Will I be able to bring in food and drinks or eat and drink in S.E.A. Aquarium?

It’s a big No. You won't be allowed to carry any external food or drinks inside the S.E.A. Aquarium. However, baby formulas or food, and your diet food may be allowed on request. It is also essential to keep in mind that you won't be allowed to have anything once you enter the museum. In case you feel hungry in the middle of your visit, you are requested to approach the designated food outlets. For some quick foods, they have quick bite corner wherein you can pick up some munchies of your choice. For a complete meal, you need to head towards Ocean Restaurant to witness the magic of Mediterranean and Californian style food. We assure you that while you return from here, you will surely be licking your fingers and crave for some more. 

Q12. Can I bring a stroller into S.E.A. Aquarium?

Yes, you are allowed to carry strollers at the S.E.A. Aquarium. However, it is always good to bring a stroller which is small in size. The small size of the stroller won't interfere in your free movement within the S.E.A. Aquarium.

Q13. Are there places to eat within the S.E.A. Aquarium?

Yes, there are sufficiently good and hygienic places to eat within S.E.A. Aquarium. If you are willing to buy some quick bites, head towards S.E.A.side Snacks and Ocean Bites. For a complete family meal (lunch and dinner), you have Ocean Restaurant to serve you with the top-notch variety of food. For locating these food points, you can keep track of the S.E.A. Aquarium guide map and walk accordingly.

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Wings of Time

The Wings of Time is an award-winning outdoor night show. Set out against the majestic South China Sea, the Wings of Time uses a grand display of water, laser, fire and music to create a fantastic love story on a larger than life water-screen. This epic show is all about the story of Shahbaz, a pre-historic bird, and his adventures as he travels along with mystical landscapes with his friends Rachel and Felix.

Through the use of light and other effects, the show recreates artistic representations of landscapes and historical periods such as the Industrial Revolution, the Silk Road era, the Mayan Pyramids, Underwater World and an African savanna. The Wings of Time show was created by ECA2, an award-winning French Show Company that has been creating and conducting multimedia shows around the world for the past 25 years.

It is the first permanent night show in the world and makes use of multiple multimedia effects such as 3D projection mapping, state of the art lasers, water fountains and Jets and pyrotechnics. This magnificent show is held twice daily, once at 7.40 pm and another at 8.40pm, each show spanning around twenty minutes. Any spectator above the age of four will require a ticket of their own, which is non-refundable, no matter what the weather conditions are. The show provides free dining, snack and gift vouchers upon redemption of tickets.

Essential Information


Location: Beach View, Sentosa, Singapore 098604

Timings: The Wings of Time has a show twice daily, at 07.40 pm and 08.40 pm.

Wings Of Time Attractions Pass Types


1. Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass: This Attraction Pass is a customizable pass. Buyers get to choose multiple attractions from its provided itinerary of attractions around Singapore, including the Wings of Time. One may choose to include either three or five attractions in their self-designed Attractions Pass, and the passes are priced accordingly, with the 5-attractions package costing more. The Singapore Flexi Pass is valid for up to five days from its issue.

2. Singapore Flexi Plus Premium Plus: Like the Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass, this pass too allows the user to choose between three to five attractions of their choice, and includes a complimentary pass to Universal Studios or iFly Singapore. This pass also comes with a free, informative guidebook or an app with maps, directions and guiding tips.

3. Singapore Unlimited Attractions Pass: This pass allows the user to visit any of the attractions issued under its list of 35 attractions. The passes are priced differently for the number of days used- 2,3 or 5 consecutive days- and expires after 6 months of its date of issue. The Pass allows single admissions to the selected attractions only and provides a free guidebook with maps and directions.

4. Cable Car Free and Easy Package: This package allows one to choose between a two or four-ride package, along with the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network ride. This package is partially customizable and allows the user to choose the two or four attractions of their choice from a list of Singapore attractions, including the Wings of Time.

Things To Do At The Wings Of Time


1. Enjoy the show: The Wings of Time is the only outdoor night show in the world and provides an experience that is both unique and out of the world at the same time. It is an innovative use of light, water play, fire effects and music to create a story of a mythical bird and its adventures across fantastic landscapes. The Wings of Time Show is voted as the best attraction in Singapore, owing to its singular and unparalleled use of multimedia effects.

2. Redeem vouchers: The show provides a free gift, dinner and snack vouchers on the redemption of the show tickets. Tickets must be redeemed at least an hour before the show starts, and can be done at the Self-Serviced Redemption Kiosks placed in specific locations such as the Beach Station, Imbiah Lookout, Merlion Plaza or Waterfront Station.

Best Time To Visit The Wings Of Time


Since Wings of Time is an outdoor night show, it would be inadvisable to visit it during the winter or monsoon months. The summer weather, lasting between July and Singapore, should be a perfect time to attend the show. Even certain nights can become chilly before the fountain show, and adequate clothing must be carried.

Places To Shop Near The Wings Of Time


1. Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom Souvenir Shop: As is evident in its name, this souvenir shop is a venture of Sentosa Island's Butterfly Park and the Insect Kingdom. This shop offers memorabilia and souvenirs, including keychains, wall hangings, totes among other things in the shape of butterflies

2. Cheers: Cheers is a homegrown, 24-hour grocery store perfect to fill in your everyday needs, and offers toiletries, newspapers, magazines, snacks and other regular grocery wares.

3. FUN Shop Beach Plaza: Among other things, The FUN Shop Beach Plaza boasts of Wing of Time themed souvenirs, such as T-Shirts or other small mementoes. This Shop also sells other Sentosa themed memorabilias, ranging from plush soft toys to handbags and key chains.

Places To Dine Near The Wings Of Time


1 Coasts: Situated along the Siloso Beach area, this outdoor restaurant provides a perfect setting for a laid-back, casual dining experience. The menu prides in fresh seafood, pizzas and pasta while the beach bar serves premium beers and house spirits.

2. Cassia: Cassia is a contemporary Chinese restaurant serving traditional Cantonese recipes with a twist. The restaurant is known for its use of regional recipes and the freshest local seasonal ingredients in its kitchens. Cassia also has a special Oriental Dim Sum Afternoon Tea menu between 3-5pm on weekends and public holidays.

3. The Knolls: Serving Mediterranean menu with a twist, this beachfront Restaurant overlooking the South China Sea is the perfect spot for leisurely dining. The restaurant opens early at 7 am and closes around midnight.

Places To Stay Near The Wings Of Time


1. Le Meridien Singapore: Surrounded by lush, landscaped private gardens, Le Meridian Singapore provides housing to its guests in a restored colonial building. Designed by a Japanese designer firm, this smoke-free accommodation boasts of an indoor infinity pool and a fully equipped gym and fitness centre.

2. Amara Sanctuary: Boasting of panoramic views of the South China Sea, this beachfront hotel houses four outdoor pools and two dining options (indoor and outdoor), and a spa. Rooms are fitted with their own Wi-Fi service, coffee and tea makers, and Smart TV. The hotel also provides free return shuttle services to Harbourfront.

3. Village Hotel Sentosa by Far East: Located 1km away from Adventure Cove Waterpark, this 4-star hotel boasts of a fully air-conditioned room, each fitted with a bathroom and free Wi-Fi service. The hotel also has an outdoor pool and a fitness centre.

4. Capella Singapore: This beachfront hotel is situated within the rainforests of Sentosa Island, and features three outdoor pools and spa services. Rooms include a living area and a bedroom and come with complimentary in-room refreshments. Guests staying at Capella Hotel enjoy free admission into Sentosa Island. The hotel also provides free shuttle services to selected attractions for all its guests.

Places To Visit Near The Wings Of Time


1. The Skyride and Skyline Luge: The Skyline Luge is a one-of-its-kind, wheeled, anti-gravity ride, which gives the rider complete control over their speed of descent down set tracks. The Kupu Kupu track and the Dragon Trail are two of the several choices for tracks offered by The Luge. For those desiring to take things a little easier, the Skyride offers a fun, chairlift experience that lifts the rider to a perfect bird's eye view of the South China Sea.

2. Universal Studio: The greatest attraction in Sentosa Island, Singapore, Universal Studios is a theme amusement park featuring 28 rides. The park has movie-themed attractions such as Battlestar Galactica and Transformer rides, the Jurassic Park Rapids adventure as well as live-action shows and other entertainment features like a firework display.

3. Adventure Cove Waterpark: Situated within Resorts World Sentosa, Adventure Cove Waterpark provides water-based engagements for thrill-seekers and peace lovers alike. Apart from its adrenaline-inducing water slides and tunnels, Adventure Cove's unique attractions include the Ray Bay and Rainbow Reef, which allows one to get up close to around 20,000 species of fish and corals.

4. Trick Eye Museum: The Trick Eye Museum on Sentosa Island is a unique interactive museum, that allows spectators to experience augmented reality through 3D and 4D paintings and art installation. The spectators are left at their liberty to touch and feel through the different exhibits, recreate scenes from popular fairy tales and stories, or even walk into life-sized, realistic versions of famous paintings.

How To Reach The Wings Of Time From The Airport?


The Wings of Time can be reached from the airport via the subway, which is the cheapest transportation to the place and takes about 55 minutes to reach there. Alternatively, one can also avail direct buses from the airport, which takes a much longer time, ranging from 1 hour to 4 hours depending on the bus route. The shortest way to reach the museum from the airport would be to avail a cab or a taxi, which would take around 30 minutes to arrive at the destination.

FAQs


Q1. What is Wings of Time famous for?

Wings of Time is famous for its  unique multimedia shows using the magnificent sea as its backdrop for water screening 3D projections. Theis show includes the use of laser lights, exquisite 3D animations, robotics, water fountains and much more, which is put together in a 20 minutes long, highly amusing narrative. It is considered to be the best way to end a day out in Singapore. Art lovers receive a visual treat from the fireworks and marvelous storytelling by the fictional bird named Shahbaz. Along with Shahbaz are Rachel and Felix, who all, together travel across mesmerizing landscapes and the enigmas of time to depict the Industrial Revolution, the Silk Road era, Mayan Pyramids, Underwater world and African Savanna. This tale of courage and discovery is quite a magical experience to which Wings of Time owes its fame.

Q2. How to get to Wings of Time by public transport?

The Wings of Time theatre is located at Siloso Beach to which one has to walk to whichever public transport they avail. The nearest train stations that are located at an average of 6 minutes walking distance are Sentosa Beach Station, Beach View Road, Bikini Bar, Go Green Segway Eco adventure and Le Meridien Singapore Sentosa. The train that provides easy conveyance is Sentosa Express which makes stops at Imbiah Station, Harbourfront Station and VivoCity, Level 3, Lobby L. One can take the cable car only up to Sentosa Station, whence the train has to be availed or one can take a taxi directly to Beach Station Taxi Stand. Bus routes which go through or near Siloso Beach would be 123 and BUS A and the Underground line for the same would be the North East Line.

Q3. What are the show timing of Wings of Time?

The show timings of Wings of Time are daily, from 7.40 pm to 8.05 pm and from 8.40 pm to 9.05 pm. One should be present there at least 45 minutes to an hour before the show time, to reserve a good seat.

Q4. How long is the wings of time show?

The Wings of Time show is 20 minutes long.

Q5. What is Wings of Time?

Wings of Time is the only permanent night show in the world that is set in the open sea. It was created in partnership with Sentosa by ECA2, an award-winning French show company that has created, developed and implemented  multimedia shows for more than 2 decades, across the globe. It is viewed against a splendid backdrop of the sea on a huge water screen. The audience can expect breathtaking 3D projections, lasers, robotic water-fountains and pyrotechnics, interwoven into a 20 minute long newfangled storyline that is bound to entertain and amaze all.

The plot features a fictional bird named Shahbaz, who is responsible for the entire narration. He is joined by his human pals, Rachel and Felix on their travels to foreign lands crossing the barriers of time, through the British Industrialisation Revolution, Silk Road era, Mayan Pyramids, Underwater World and the African Savannah. These characters incite courage, bravery and the value of friendship through their enthralling tales that are bound to entertain even the most unenthusiastic viewer.

Since the show takes place at night, the slowly darkening sky coupled with the theatrics of the narration makes the show a multi-sensory must-watch. The actors too appear in the audience from time to time, to add to the extra-dimensional effect. The entire setup is built together with water, laser and fire effects set to the tune of resounding music and facilitating resplendent imagery, which can hold the attention of a range of audience, adult and child alike.

Q6. Why should I purchase my ticket online in advance?

You should purchase your ticket online in advance to enjoy guaranteed seating, because the show works on a first come, first serve basis. Also, one can avail the tickets at discounted rates, online, which is not possible on site. One must carry valid photo ID with them at all times.

Q7. Does this show have wheelchair facilities?

Yes, this show provides wheelchair facilities upon request.
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Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island, a vacationers’ paradise is situated ½ km from the southern shore of the Singapore mainlandStretching 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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Essential Information: 


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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FAQs 


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.
Sentosa Boardwalk
- 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.
- Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

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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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Kidzania

Kidzania Singapore, an interactive theme park in Singapore built exclusively for children combines fun, learning, and inspiration through realistic role-play. Kids can explore a scaled indoor city with more than 100 exciting dream careers. It is the first of its kind to find its place on an island in Sentosa, Singapore an island city-state. This interactive indoor entertainment park built with the purpose where fun and learning go hand in hand for children aged between 3-17 years of age. Kidzania has made its premises so robust and child-centric that the 81,000sq ft area can be explored by a child indulging in various activities in Singapore.

A day spent at Kidzania makes a child aware of several careers, job roles and the concept of managing money. Kidzania Singapore has 47 plus activities in line for the children to explore, learn and have fun. It also houses a life-size full wing-fuselage of Boeing 307. Certain role plays like that of a pilot, firefighter, construction engineer, dentist, Chef and car designer are extremely popular amongst children. Kidzania runs on Kidoz, which is the currency used at Kidzania.

Children can spend the currency in participating in different activities, shop merchandize from the different retail outlets available inhouse, save or even earn more currency if they are successful in accomplishing a task. Kidzania is an equal opportunity giver, thus it emphasizes providing fun and entertainment to specially-abled children too. The premise is wheelchair friendly, children with hearing and visual impairment too can participate in the activities. Kidzania has a dedicated Early years arena.

An adult can accompany the child inside the premise to help the child explore most of the activities. Kidzania is well equipped with safety measures, CCTV cameras, washrooms and lockers for a smooth and uninterrupted entertainment at the city for kids.

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Essential Information:


Location: 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008.

Timings: 10.00am to 6.00pm every day.

Price: The ticket price of Kidzania ranges from Rs. 1610/- to Rs. 4340/- depending on the age group and mode of purchase of tickets.


Places to visit near Kidzania Singapore.


Universal Studios Singapore: This enormous theme park, 
Universal Studios Singapore housed within World Resorts Sentosa is one of the biggest attractions in Sentosa island due to its magnificent rides, shows and theme zones. Visitors of every age enjoy the charming theme park which is adorned with 28 rides in 7 themed zones. The one of its kind theme Park has several festivals, programs and occasions marked in the calendar around the year to entertain the guests and you can also buy the tour of Universal Studios Singapore 

SEA Aquarium: 1000 species of marine creatures living in different habitats have been brought under one roof to entice the visitors with the power and beauty of mother nature. More than 100000 marine creatures display their specialties and beauty co-habiting under 50 different habitats. Take part in a few rides and shows like Dolphin feeding, underwater diving and be amazed at 
SEA Aquarium, the wonders of marine life. Book the ticket of Sea Aquarium Singapore

MOSH: MOSH takes pride in being Singapore’s first digital media entertainment facility with hordes of games and shows to keep the visitors glued and entertained for long. The state-of-the-art multimedia technology from Japan has the mission to provide a unique play to learn experience. The main attractions of MOSH are Doodle aquarium, World of wonder, Firework party and Paper plane adventure.

iFly Singapore: Experience the joy of real free-fall and sky-diving at this adventure zone where every little activity is related to jumping or diving from a given height. Dive through wind tunnels to experience zero gravity, glide through gently and have a tandem fall from 12,000 to a sudden 3,000 feet and feel the adrenaline rushing.

Wings of time: This out of the world laser show is a much talked about the show which is a beautiful combination of water fountains, laser lights, audio and 3D effects. A beautiful story is narrated with an excellent and engaging visual display. This awe-inspiring water and light show conducted at night are not to be missed.

Skyline Luge Sentosa: This huge luge located in Sentosa has four tracks cruising through Jungle Trail, Kupu Kupu trail, Dragon Trail and Expedition trail. Riders can control the self-driven car with the handle and experience the ride.

Madame Tussauds: 
Madame Tussauds is the famous wax museum has been a major draw amongst visitors in Sentosa Island. It has wax figures of several celebrities and famous personalities worldwide. Take a selfie with Barack Obama, fight with Jackie Chan, pose with mesmerizing Bollywood stars or take a stance with an action hero. Also, Book the tickets of Madame Tussauds of Singapore.

Adventure cove waterpark: The 
Adventure cove water park embellished with water slides, aquarium, wave pool, tunnels and tubes. One can enjoy the entire day indulging in different rides, relaxing in the lazy pool, snorkeling or just watching the marine creatures leisurely swim by and you can also buy the ticket of adventure cove waterpark.

Trick eye museum: This internally renowned and unique museum has a huge array of interesting 3-dimensional artwork for interactive optical illusions. Take selfies and pose for pictures in front of the 3D drawings and make them come to life.

Things to do in Kidzania Singapore:


Several interesting things can be explored and learnt at Kidzania Singapore. Out of the 47 interesting activities and role plays, here is a list of a few popular attractions amongst kids.

Climbing a Building: Defeat the fear of heights and learn new techniques to scale heights. Press the buzzer once you accomplish the task and take pride in being the winner. 

Dental clinic: Learn the basics of oral hygiene and take part in the process of a dental procedure. Earn a toothbrush, mouthwash and toothpaste complimentary.

Departmental store: Learn the basics of retail trading here while you play the role of a store manager. Fill your basket with all that you want to buy and earn points in Kidoz.

Fire station: There is a fire in a famous city hotel within Kidzania, the brave little firefighters don the firefighters dress carry their gadgets and go all out to douse it.

Ice cream factory: Everyone loves to eat ice cream, learn the secret ingredients to make ice cream and be equipped to make it at home the next time. Walk away with a stick of your favourite ice cream as a gift.

Police station: If you are courageous enough to guard the city of Kidzania, don the uniform in blue and guard the city, lookout for signs of danger and check the crime.

Pizza chef: customize and create your pizza with your favourite toppings and relish the tastiest pizza in town.

Makeup studio: Visit the makeup studio for a complete makeover using paraben-free and lead-free aesthetic cosmetic products.

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Best Time to Visit Kidzania Singapore:


Kidzania at Singapore is open round the year thus can be visited any time of the year. The months from November to January and April to June are peak hours as most of the children are on holidays and love to indulge in activities and enjoy the city exclusively made for kids.

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Tips for Visiting Kidzania Singapore:


- Book online to receive the best offers and discounts on ticket prices.

- Reach the venue early to enjoy the different activities and rides at leisure.

- Have a detailed look at the Kidzania floor map and start with the activities.

- Start with the not-so-popular jobs first and then queue up for popular jobs.

- Check out for certain jobs that have points or meals as prize money.

- Activate the Kidzania Debit card as soon as you reach the venue.

- Avail a Kidzania Pazzport to enjoy uninterrupted entry to Kidzania worldwide.

- Opt for a University degree to earn more Kidzania points.

- Check out for age, height and weight eligibilities as certain jobs have strict norms for participation.

- It is recommended to visit on a weekday to avoid the weekend rush.

- Prepare a lanyard for the kid.

- It is advisable to accompany the child in case the child is not confident to explore alone.

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How to reach Kidzania Singapore from Airport?


There are a couple of ways to reach Kidzania from Changi Airport. The fastest mode of transport is by car which takes a mere 25 minutes to reach. Along with the line 36 bus, the subway too can be availed to travel from Changi Airport to Kidzania.

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Kidzania Singapore Attraction Pass Types:


Annual Pass: The Kidzania annual pass is available at Rs. 20,160/-for children aged between 3-17 years of age where the pass holders can enjoy unlimited day admission with exclusive permission on entry, food and retail.

Corporate annual pass: Single card and Dual card packages are available for corporates willing to extend this offer to their employees and their families.

B-Kidzanian: This is a loyalty card program available for children below 17 years of age where Kidzania recognizes the most loyal guest and rewards the child with many more activities, points and privileges to have more fun.

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Places to Eat at Kidzania Singapore:


KFC: The global fast-food chain known for its buckets of fried chicken, wings and sides are relished by visitors of every age. The comfort food dished out by KFA has won the hearts of millions worldwide.

Soupspoon: The USP of this restaurant is that they present soup inspired dishes for every occasion. Along with the delicious and healthy soups they also serve salads, sandwiches, flatbreads and dessert. Their Tangy tomato with basil and Mushroom pesto is to die for.

Nasi Warung Café: It is listed among one of the best Cafes in Singapore for Asian dishes like Gado Gado and Rendang rice set which is thoroughly enjoyed by children who have acquired a taste for the cuisine. They also serve fish and chips and Spaghetti meatballs.

Pizza Hut: This global chain of Italian delicacies offers the comfort of having authentic Italian cuisine relaxing in the premises of Kidzania Singapore at Sentosa Island.

Killiney Kopitiam: 
This Hainanese coffee shop can keep your senses all charged up with their fresh brews and teas. Relish the traditionally prepared charcoal-grilled Kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs to perfection.

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FAQs


1. What is KidZania?


Kidzania is an interactive entertainment city built exclusively for children. It is a chain of indoor family entertainment that has branches worldwide allowing children to role-play various jobs like that of a pilot, dentist, chef, makeup artist, driver, mason or a firefighter. This interactive city promises a lot of fun and learning through realistic role-plays which the children enjoy. One can also earn, save and shop using Kidzania currency.

2. What are kidZos in KidZania?

Kidzos is Kidzania’s currency which the children can earn or spend depending on the various jobs or role-plays they indulge in. Every child receives 20 Kidzos and a bank card by default the moment they enter Kidzania which they can use to participate in activities, shop or save.

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3. What are the things that I should carry to Kidzania?

It is advisable to carry a light jacket for the child as Kidzania is centrally air conditioned and few activity areas require higher cooling. It is recommended to wear proper attire and footwear so that they are comfortable taking part in activities like rock climbing and other adventure activities. Carry your power bank to keep your gadgets charged as the kids might take almost the entire day to explore the interesting activities. Last but not the least be prepared to carry your patience along to brave the queues and get the jobs accomplished.

4. What is the age limit for KidZania?

Kidzania is a city designed for kids aged between 4-12 years of age.

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5. What is the best time of day to visit Kidzania?

It is advisable to start the day as early as 10.00am when it opens doors to avoid rush during the peak hours.

6. Can adults enter KidZania alone?

Adults too can enjoy the different activities and jobs at Kidzania depending on their preference. Though there are limited jobs for adults they can always assist a child or role-play at select activities.

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7. Can Senior citizens also come to Kidzania? How much is the ticket?

Senior citizens can indulge in different jobs and activities to promote entry for senior citizens, the authorities have a different entry ticket exclusively for them. The tickets for senior citizens are priced at Rs. 1750/- and Rs. 1610/- for booking on the spot and online respectively.

8. How long can children stay inside KidZania?

Children can enjoy various activities day long till Kidzania is open, ie. 6.00pm.

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9. Do I need to book in advance for Kidzania?

Though tickets can be booked on the spot before entering Kidzania. But it is recommended to book tickets in advance or online to enjoy uninterrupted rides and avoid the queues.

10. Can we leave KidZania and re-enter?

Re-Entry at Kidzania is not entertained for both kids as well as for adults.

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trip a rewarding experience with family

11. Can adults enter the activity area?

There are certain limited activities in Kidzania which entertain entry for adults, like being a passenger in the Aviation Academy, a makeup artist at the Makeup studio or an audience at the Theatre.

12. Are lockers available in Kidzania?

Lockers are available in Kidzania for children and adults to keep their belongings till the time they enjoy the activities on site.

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Madame Tussauds

Embracing the elegance of Sentosa Island, Madame Tussauds in Singapore is the seventh branch of Asia’s famous wax museum. Pulling a heap of global tourists each year, Madame Tussauds Museum gives you complete liberty to spend some quality time with your favourite celebrities. Realistic wax sculptures form the centre of attraction of this museum in Singapore. Ranging from wax figures of sports stars to athletes and historicists, Madame Tussauds has it all. People visiting this museum never miss on to snap a selfie with the wax figure of their favourite celebrity.

Madame Tussauds Singapore presents a perfect blend of both marvelousness and style for all its onlookers. 
If you think that realistic celebrity sculpture is only what Madame Tussauds Singapore has got in store for you; then hold on your breath. The plethora of vivacious activities to do in Singapore will surely ensure that you are entertained from all perspectives. Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride, Marvel 4D Experience, and Images of Singapore Live are some of them. Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride is meant for those who want to indulge in the beauty of the country’s cultural identity.

Mark your presence here to be a part of the colourful contemporary journey of Singapore. As your boat ride proceeds, you will be onlooking tropical jungle outlining the magnificent botanical gardens. Your ride through this 8-seater boat shall last for around 3 minutes so don’t you dare to blink your eyes or else you might miss something important. 
As you move a bit further, do not miss this golden opportunity of seeing your favourite Marvel character.

This is something different as here you have a 4D encounter with your favourite Marvel stars. We assure you that your Marvel 4D tour will be filled with fun, excitement and unrivalled thrills. 
For those who want to carry on some exquisite artefacts from this wax museum, there’s a gift shop called Madame Tussauds Gift Shop. Stop, pay and shop exclusive souvenirs of Madame Tussauds. It is one of the best places to visit in Singapore with family and if you have a child accompanying you, make sure that you set aside their budget as this shop has a kids section. This kids paradise has cute display stuff for every child.

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Essential Information:


Location: 40 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099700

Timings: Weekdays (Monday to Friday) – 10:00 am to 07:30 pm
                Weekends (Saturday and Sunday) – 10:00 am to 09:00 pm
                Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride (Weekdays) – 11:00 am to 06:00 pm 
                Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride (Weekends) – 11:00 am to 07:30 pm

Price: Local Resident Online Saver – From 28 USD
           Online Saver – From 32 USD
           Wax hand Package – From 28 USD
           Trick Eye Museum Bundle – From 48 USD
           Ultimate Super Hero Package – From 49 USD
           VR Racing Package – From 52 USD 
           IIFA Trophy Package – From 42 USD

(Note: In case you reserve your ticket through the online window, you have to redeem it through Sentosa ticketing counter within 3 months. It is always better to pre-book your tickets through online windows. Ticket redemption shall be entertained on the same day of your visit).

Best Time to Visit Madame Tussauds Singapore 


It is best to visit Madame Tussauds Singapore on weekdays as your visit shall wind up early. Also, you can enjoy every bit and piece of Madame Tussauds wax museum. On the other hand, weekends will be more crowded as the majority of locals prefer to visit here on weekends. Make sure that you enjoy the Spirit of Singapore boat ride (weekdays – 11:00 am to 06:00 pm and weekends from 11:00 am to 07:30 pm).

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Thing to do in Madame Tussauds Singapore 


Embrace the beauty of realistic wax sculpture – The prime reason to mark your presence here at Madame Tussauds Singapore are its realistic wax sculptures. Right from globally reckoned musicians to historical leaders, Madame Tussauds Singapore exhibits wax replica of all prominent figures. 

Enjoy some thrilling sightseeing with Spirit of Singapore boat ride – Sightseeing is one of the best things to do in Singapore for couples and to take you through a tour of tropical forests and beautiful gardens, Madame Tussauds introduces its first ever Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride. It is an 8-seater boat ride which will drive you through the beautiful botanical gardens within 3 minutes. 

Images of Singapore Live - After an exhilarating boat ride, march towards Images of Singapore Live to enjoy live actor presentation and trace the vibrant and sophisticated history of Singapore. 

Marvel 4D cinema - For some fun-filled adventure, do not forget to meet your favourite Marvel characters at Marvel 4D cinema. High impact special effects of Marvel 4D cine-theatre drives you into the world of your favourite Marvel characters.

Madame Tussauds Gift Shop - While you are on your return journey, stop and spend some quality time at Madame Tussauds Singapore Gift Shop. There are plenty of souvenirs for you to buy here. Also, there’s a kids section where your child can search on for his favourite Avenger stuff and add in his hall of fame.

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How to reach Madame Tussauds Singapore from Airport? 


Firstly, ride on the MRT to take you to the Tanah Merah MRT station from Changi Singapore Airport. Once at Tanah Merah MRT Station, board an MRT to take you to the Outram Park. From here, travel to Harbour Front MRT station and next to Level 3 of the Vivo City. Ride Sentosa Express from VivoCity to drop you at Imbiah Station. Madame Tussauds Singapore is at a walkable distance of 5 minutes from Imbiah Station.

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Tips for Visiting Madame Tussauds Singapore


- Do not carry any food (including your baby food) inside the Madame Tussauds Museum. 

- You have the liberty to get close with the wax statues; however, make sure that you don’t spoil them.

- Children falling in the age group of 0 to 12 years with a height below 1.4 metres, must always be accompanied by paying adults.

- If you are prone to allergies, please do not get a wax hand done. Also, ensure that you do not have any breaks or burns on your skin surface or any blood pressure complications. 

- You are requested to drop your prams outside at the drop-off point. Madame Tussauds Singapore is compatible with wheelchairs.

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Places to visit near Madame Tussauds Singapore 


Sentosa Merlion – Visiting here, will give you a chance to know more about this mythical creature which is the guardian of Singapore’s prosperity. Book now 
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Singapore Cable Car – Known as a gondola lift is a means to narrow down the distance between Singapore’s main island and resort in Sentosa Island. As you fly across Mount Faber, you get to see a 360-degree view of the surrounding sea, sand and the vast sky. You can book 
Singapore cable car tickets to make your trip memorable.

Sentosa Boardwalk – Linking VivoCity with the RWS waterfront, Sentosa Boardwalk has canopies to shelter you from the elements of rain or high temperature. You can take your wheelchairs through this boardwalk.

Sentosa Nature Discovery – Explore a myriad of floral and faunal species at Sentosa Nature Discovery. If you schedule your visit between 02:30 to 04:30 pm, you might have an opportunity of accompanying a nature tour guide with you. 

Skyline Luge Sentosa – A heaven meant for all outdoorsy persons, Skyline Luge Sentosa is an exciting ride to satisfy all your cravings for perfect racing experience. As you enjoy your Sentosa Skyline ride, you can catch on the astounding views of both the South China Sea and Singapore skyline. You can either opt for a Dragon Trail, Kupu Kupu Trail, Ex

pedition Trail, and Jungle Trail. 

Palawan Beach Spend some happy time at Palawan Beach as it is one of the most amazing beaches in Singapore. It has a lot in store for the swimmers to enjoy this summer. Gentle waves and soft white sand makes this beach a paradise for all the city wanderers.

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FAQs 


1)  What can you do at Madame Tussauds Singapore?

Madame Tussauds Singapore tour is a blend of sightseeing activities. First of all, you can take a quick tour through different wax, realistic sculptures and capture some beautiful moments with your favourite celebrities. Briefing about Singapore’s cultural history, meeting your favourite Marvel stars with high impact sound effects at Marvel 4D cinema, buying Singapore souvenirs at Madame Tussauds Singapore wax museum are some other things to do. Besides these, you can also enjoy a 3-minute ride for embracing the elegance of the botanical garden through Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride.

2)  Is food allowed in Madame Tussauds Singapore?

No. You are not allowed to carry any food inside the Madame Tussauds Singapore. If you are taking any edible stuff, make sure that you drop it off at the drop box outside the entrance of this wax museum.

3)  How do I get from MRT to Madame Tussauds Singapore?

Once at Tanah Merah MRT Station, board an MRT to take you to the Outram Park. From here, travel to Harbour Front MRT station and next to Level 3 of the Vivo City. Ride Sentosa Express from VivoCity to drop you at Imbiah Station. Madame Tussauds Singapore is at a walkable distance of 5 minutes from Imbiah Station.

4)  How do I get to Madame Tussauds Singapore?

You can ride a public bus line or a light rail line or an underground line to reach Madame Tussauds Singapore. Public buses run from Parkway Parade, NTUC Fairprice, and Southwest Tavern. 188R, 963R and RWS8 bus lines stop near Madame Tussauds Singapore.

Alternatively, you can opt for Sentosa Express Train (Light Rail line) or Circle Line and North-east line (underground line) to reach Madame Tussauds Singapore.

Stations near to Madame Tussauds Singapore – 
148 metres and 3 min walk – Imbiah Lookout
                                                                              151 metres and 3 min walk – Sentosa Station
                                                                              195 metres and 3 min walk – Merlion Station
                                                                              794 metres and 11 min walk – Casino or Crockford’s Tower 

5)  What is "The Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride" in Madame Tussauds Singapore?

Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride allows you to sail your way through a tropical fantasy botanical garden in an 8-seater ride. Throughout your 3-minute boat ride, you will be witnessing the plants endemic to Singapore in the botanical garden exhibit.

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6)  Is there a restaurant or café in Madame Tussauds Singapore?

Although there is no restaurant or café point available within Madame Tussauds Singapore, but there are many restaurants and bars in Singapore around it. To list a few best options for you are Malaysian Food Street,  Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, Two Men Bagel House, Habitat by Honestbee, and Café del Mar Sentosa.

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7)  How long does it take to make a wax figure at Madame Tussauds?

For carving a figure out of wax, you need a lot of money and time investment. According to tax experts, carving a wax figure goes long for around 350 hours and will require an investment of 150000 to 300000 US dollars.

8)  Is Madame Tussauds worth visiting?

Although a bit expensive, Madame Tussauds Singapore is worthy of every single penny, you invest in visiting here. Every single piece of wax sculpture present there is marvellous creativity to leave you mesmerized in its beauty. These sculptures are so realistic that at times, you might find it a bit difficult to differentiate between an actual person and their wax replicas.

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9)  How many Madame Tussauds are there in the world?

There are around 21 branches of Madame Tussauds spread across the world. Asia has 9 of them, Europe with seven, North America with seven and Oceania has one.

10) How many famous faces are there in Madame Tussauds Singapore?

You have got a famous face from every field – world leaders, sports, film industry, A-list, IIFA Awards Experience, Music and Marvel 4F experience.

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11) Is it allowed to take pictures in Madame Tussauds Singapore?

You can click on as many pictures as you want to inside Madame Tussauds Singapore. 

12) Am I allowed to touch the wax figures?

Yes, you can touch the wax figures being displayed at the Madame Tussauds Singapore. You can get close to your favourite celebrity’s wax figures to have an interactive experience.

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13) Can I use a wheelchair at Madame Tussauds Singapore?

Yes, you are allowed to use a wheelchair inside. Madame Tussauds Singapore trained staffs to ensure that their guests receive the best of their hospitality service and are safely transported within different levels of the building. There is an elevator to facilitate wheelchair transports. It is essential for the visitors to take care that only two wheelchairs can be accommodated within the elevator at one go. However, Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride won't allow a wheelchair or person with severe mobility issues to experience the boat ride.

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Adventure Cove Water Park

 Playing with water is one of the best ways to beat the blues of routine life. There are many Beaches in Singapore where you can play with water. But what if you can get to experience thrills of marine life in a man-made water park where there is something for everyone from toddlers to the aged guests? The Adventure Cove Water Park in Singapore is one such adventure-packed aquatic zone which is ranked among the top ten water parks in Asia since 2015.

The water park fairly boosts of its thrilling water rides including the Riptide Rocket which is the first hydromagnetic coaster of Southeast Asia and the Adventure River which is the world’s longest lazy river stretching for about 650 metres. The water park is equipped with modern water sports gears and safety devices to ensure safety and adventure to the guests irrespective of age. The unique feature of the Adventure Cove Water Park lies in the array of marine experiences `including a close encounter with a host of marine animals.

The most highlighted water sport of the Adventure Cove Waterpark is the Rainbow Reef which offers guests snorkel amidst the beautiful reef in the company of more than 20,000 tropical fish. The Shark Encounter and the Ray Bay are the best-attempted sports for adrenaline junkies. For the fun in between the daring rides and cool splashes, you can chill out at the Bluewater Bay or take a tube and slide down the Adventurous River and give your guts a good try. In a nutshell, for a day of unlimited wet and wild fun, your ultimate destination is the Adventure Cove Water Park in Singapore.

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Essential Information


Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore-098269

Timings: The Park remains open all days in a week between 10AM- 6PM

Adventure Cove Waterpark Attractions Pass Types:


The Adventure Cove Water Park offers tours, season and annual passes to give you endless splashes and rip-roaring marine experiences for six months or an entire year. You can also enjoy invitations to special events and the privileges to member-only lounges and many more freebies. Check out the list of passes and book the one best suited for you:

Adventure Cove Water Park Family Annual Pass- Package includes 2 adults between (13-59) years and 1 child between (4-12) years. Additional Child Annual Pass at SGD60 per child (up to max 3 children extras). 

Adventure Cove Water Park Annual Pass- Unlimited admission for 12 months for adults (13-59) years, children (4-12) years and seniors (60 and above) years of age. Price of passes is SGD 98 (for adults), SGD68 (for children) and SGD68 (for seniors).

Adventure Cove Water Park Season Pass- Package includes unlimited admission for six months. Ticket prices for adults (13-59) years is SGD68, children (4-12) years is SGD58 and seniors (60 and above) years is SGD58. Valid for 30 days as one-time park entry.

Adventure Cove Water Park Student Season Pass- You can enjoy unlimited admission to the water park for six months at SGD58. Validity extends for 30 days for one time pass entry.

You can upgrade your daily ticket to Annual Pass or Season Pass at the Guest Service Counter of the water park before you exit.


Experiences at Adventure Cove Waterpark 


Adventure Cove Water Park is one of the best places to visit in Singapore. It offers you an array of marine experiences which take you close to an exciting world full of unique sea animals. Here is a list of experiences at the water park that will make your day out memorable and exhilarating:

Open Ocean Drive- It is home to more than 40,000 marine animals that include Goliath Groupers, Manta Rays and a varied species of fishes. The Open Ocean Dive gives you an extraordinary experience of encountering the marine giants.

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver- If you are already a certified PADI Advanced Open Water Diver This is a great chance of taking your diving skills to the advanced level. The 2 days diving course includes subaquatic navigation, deep water adventure (18mm to 30mm) and 3 other adrenaline-packed dives. The trainers will equip you all the skills needed for this program. 

Sea Trek Adventure- The Sea Trek Adventure gives you a rare opportunity to witness marine life at its closest. As you trek along with the underwater world you can experience the Manta Rays gliding past you. Also it’s a thrilling expedition to move around freely amidst the marine creatures in the unique aquarium.  

Shark Dive- Meet the ultimate predators of the sea- Sharks! Try your guts by diving right into the Shark Sea Habitat and meet about 100 sharks of 12 different species face to face. You can also swim along with the endangered Silver Tip and Hammerhead species of sharks. 

Scuba Diving Bay- For those who want to learn the basics of marine adventure, the Scuba Diving Bay is the best option for learning the basics and key skills of scuba diving under the training of proficient divers. In your maiden dive you will experience diving amidst more than 40,000 marine creatures in the sparkling clean water of the Open Ocean Habitat.

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Rides & Attractions at Adventure Cove Waterpark 


Whether you are a thrill-seeker or a chill seeker, Adventure Cove Water Park has everything to cater to your needs and dreams. What are you waiting for? Check out for the best rides and attractions from the list given below and get set go for them:

Riptide Rocket- It is best experienced if you are riding on this rocket with a partner as it accommodates two in a ride. This is the first hydromagnetic coaster in Southeast Asia where you can experience jaw jittering drops and speeds and multiple climbs that will certainly make you squeal in excitement. 

Splashworks- It can be a great workout for those having strong biceps as in this sport you have to make your way through obstacles to reach your goal. You may have to cross a tightrope or walk the balance beam and jump off a high platform to create a massive splash. 

Blue Water Bay- It's worth trying for the real thrill and chill seekers. Whether you want to wet yourself or stay dry is completely up to you. But, you will be kept afloat by gigantic waves at every 15 minutes. Wear a life jacket to float on the crest of waves. 

Spiral Washout and Whirlpool Washout- in the Spiral Washout you will enter a funnel and slide at a great speed down a dark tunnel with twists and turns before escaping into an exit poll with a splash. Comparatively, the Whirlpool Washout is a more relaxing sport in which you will be spinning in a whirlpool into an apparently impossible small entrance. 

Adventure River- Grab a tube or wear a life vest and float leisurely on the Adventure River. You can enjoy spotting the Squid Bridge, the Grotto and many more things to excite you. Adventure River is a favourite of kids as well as adults.

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Places to Shop and Dine at Adventure Cove Waterpark 


There are many restaurants in Singapore for Food Lovers. There are a host of dining and shopping outlets at the Adventure Park that will give you the experience of a fulfilling outing at one of the largest waterparks in the world. Whether you want to have your best pick of any merchandise stuff or enjoy lip-smacking global delicacies there everything at the waterpark to cater to your taste. 

Check out on the places of dining and shopping from the list below:

The Bay Restaurant- Amidst the thrills and spills at the Adventure Cove Waterpark the restaurant allures guests with its breezy ambience and scrumptious Japanese fusion food. It is a perfect dining stopover after the day’s adventure. The operating hours are between 10 AM- 6 PM.

Reef ‘n Wave Wear- Travelling without shopping in singapore is something most of us cannot think about and what if you land up at a place where collectables, cool gift items, ethnic souvenirs, flip flops, swim apparels and many more things can be got under the same roof? Reef ‘n Wave Wear is a nice shopping place where you can spend a few hours while your kids enjoy the children’s rides. The operating hours are between 10 AM -6 PM.

Blu Ice Treats- Need to energise yourself between your day out at the water park? Stop a while for a corn dog or a sandwich or a revitalizing beverage and replenish your energy at the Blu Ice Treats. The undersized stall also serves snacks and refreshing beverages. Operating hours are between 10 AM -6 PM. 

Hot Dogs and Drinks Cart- Foodies shouldn’t be upset on their visit to the waterpark as it is ready to pamper your taste buds with hot dogs, nasi biryanis, cold drinks and mash. And the best part is you can get all of this under one rooftop at the Hot Dogs And Drinks Cart. The operating hours are between 10 AM- 6 PM.

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Places to visit near Adventure Cove Waterpark 


The Adventure Cove Water Park is a highlighted destination in Singapore which attracts visitors of all ages to make their Singapore trip more interesting . There are various places of amusement near the Adventure Cove Waterpark which you must check out on your trip:

Port of Lost Wonder- If you are looking for complete family entertainment package look no further beyond the Port of Lost Wonder which houses a wide and varied range of games and activities for kids and adults. Some of the best games of the water park are Bubble Party, Hatch Patch and many more water plays. There are theme picnic spots, live entertainment shows, dining areas and catchy outlets where kids and adults can have a great time. The opening hours are between 10AM- 6:30PM.

Katong Wet Playground- Housed in the 112 Katong Mall, it is the perfect destination for those who want to spend a gala time in water all day long. The best water sports at Katong Playground include bucket machines, swings, humongous mushroom fountains and wet slides. The rubber padded floors of the indoor water park makes it a safe zone for your kids to play and have a blast. The opening hours are between 10AM -10PM.

Universal Studios- It is one-of-its-kind theme parks in entire South East Asia which includes amusement options for family, kids, couples and youngsters. Universal Studios is one of the seven themed parks based on Hollywood where you can enjoy unlimited fun, food and frolic in an artificial environment. 

Sentosa Island- The pristine island is located in the southern coastline of Singapore which is one of the best sightseeing destinations for tourists. Sentosa Island is home to the popular attractions. Tanjong Beach, Tiger Sky Tower, Palawan Beach and others that you can explore in Singapore cruise tour. Along the coastline you can spot bars and restaurants that make the nightlife at Singapore lively and exciting.

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Tips for Visiting Adventure Cove Waterpark 


It is one of the best things to do for couples in Singapore. However, you should know a few things before going. Here is a list of things you should consider before planning for a trip to the Adventure Cove Water Park:

- The adventure rides and games usually get jam-packed in the later part of the day. So it's recommended that you should avail them before venturing for the other attractions.

- If you are travelling with kids there are many things to do with kids here. Don’t miss out the Seahorse Rideaway, Rainbow Reef, Big Bucket Treehouse and Splashworks that are specially designed for the little guests. The best adventure water sports for adults are Spiral Washout, Riptide Rocket and Pipeline Plunge.

- The Ray Bay and Shark Encounter will give you good value to your money. You don’t even need to be an expert diver for trying these games.

- Most of the water sports in the Adventure Cove Water Park are in the sunny outdoors. Make sure you apply sunscreen and condition your hair properly before venturing on the rides. 

- You can use photography and videography only for personal use. 

- Do not bring any personal floating device as life jackets are provided by the park management. 

- Children under the height of 122 cm must be accompanied by an adult.

- Take shower before entering the pools or going on a water ride. 



How to reach Adventure Cove Waterpark from Airport? 


Take a taxi from Changi airport that will drop you at Resorts World Sentosa within 40 minutes. Another convenient mode of travel is by taking an East West Green Line train up to Tenah Merah Station. From there take another train that goes up to Joo Koon. Your first stop will be at Outram Park MRT to take a Purple Line and arrive at Harbourfront.

From Harbourfront you can take Sentosa Express Monorail or RWS8 bus to your final destination.

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FAQs


Q1. Can I take food inside the Water Park?

Outside food or any beverage are strictly not allowed to take inside the park premises. 
There are many restaurants and food carts across the water park where you can enjoy dining at cheap rate. Your best value for money is offered by the Bay Restaurant where tasty snacks and beverages are served at affordable price.

Q2. When did Adventure Cove open?

The Adventure Cove Park which is housed by the largest ocean aquarium of the world The Marine Life Park opened up in November 22nd, 2012.

Q3. What should I wear to Adventure Cove?

There is no dress code as such to follow in the Adventure Cove Water Park. The permissible dresses to wear at the water park are full body swimwear, bikini, board shorts, swim shoes, booties, goggles, swimming suit, round neck T-shirt, wetsuit and body suit. 
Dresses that you are not permitted to wear are undergarments, jeans, jackets, dresses with buttons and zipper, diapers, napkins, shoes, slippers and long skirts.

Q4. What is "Shark Encounter" in Adventure Cove Waterpark?

In the Adventure Cove Park you can feel the thrill of being surrounded by the hammerhead, silvertip marine predators from the proximity of a few inches. You can watch the sharks face to face through a visual pod in a special encounter. You can also touch their manta rays and swim with them from a safe zone. You can even choose to dive with the sharks or get submerged in a glass enclave being encircled by the apex predators.

Q5. Are there nursing rooms and baby centres within Adventure Cove Waterpark?

Yes, there are baby centres located near the Grotto Level 2 and the entrance plaza near the locker area.

Q6.
What are the things that I should carry to Water Park?

Here's a list of things to carry in the Adventure Cove Park:

- Do carry sunscreen while going to the water park.
- Bring an extra set of dry clothes before visiting the water park.
- Since the ground is very hot and rough being made of concrete, carry a pair of thongs and waterproof shoes. It is dangerous to walk barefoot on the ground.
- Cover your phone with waterproof shield.
- Carry a pair of goggles, swimsuit, towel and water.

Q7. Is there any locker facility available at water parks?

Yes, there is a locker facility outside the bathroom at the water Park. It is chargeable in which you have to pay a one time locker charge for accessing the locker for unlimited time throughout the day of visit in the Adventure Cove Water Park. Lockers are available in small (360mm x 370mm x 500mm) and large (910mm x 370mm x 500mm) sizes. The daily rental for the lockers are SGD10 (for small) and SGD20 (for large) during the working hours of the park.

Q8. Can you hire towels at Adventure Cove Waterpark?

No, there is no provision for hiring towels at the Adventure Cove Waterpark. So it's recommended to take your own towels along with you. Buying towels from the park retail outlets may be too expensive.

Q9. Is Adventure Cove suitable for toddlers?

There is no age bar for visiting the Adventure Cove Park. However, there are some rides such as the Seahorse Rideaway or the Big Bucket Treehouse, Wavepool and Low Splash Pool that are suitable for children. But, kids with height greater than 107 cm can enjoy the rides being accompanied by their parents. The only limitation is one of the parents need to keep an eye on the kid. In a nutshell, the Adventure Cove Park is an ideal fun for grown up kids. 

Q10. What are the safety measures for kids at Water Park?

Following are the safety measures for planning for a visit at the Water Park:

- Guard your skin
- Keep your kid hydrated
- Learn swimming
- Use life jackets
- Follow rules
- Convenient meeting location- Keep your child informed about a meeting point in case he is lost and isolated from the group. In case they are unable to find the place by themselves, ask them to take the help of the security guards or the park employees.

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River Safari

The River Safari Singapore is the largest and the first zoo and aquarium built on river theme. Built over a sprawling 12 hectares in between the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari Singapore, the park hails of its exotic biodiversity and wildlife found in the banks of the Amazon, Mississippi, Nile, Yangtze and so on. The River Safari is one of the must visit places in Singapore and it also has the largest freshwater aquarium in the world. The rainforest setting of the park allures tourists to embark on different cruises and other riverine sports that bring them close to the varied marine creatures inhabiting in the watercourses. 

The River Safari is home to 6,000 animals of more than 300 different species. About 40 among them belong to the endangered species that include the Giant Salamander (largest amphibian in the world) and the Giant Mekong Catfish. One of the chief wildlife attractions of the River Safari park is a pair of Giant Panda which is one of the national treasures of China. The pair was brought to Singapore from China in 2012 to commemorate the twentieth year of Sino-Singapore diplomatic relations.

Besides a diverse range of wild animals, the reserve is also home to more than 150 categories of flora that gives a comfort zone to the animals who inhabit there. The freshwater aquarium of the River Safari park is home to a number of ferocious marine predators viz. Piranha, Sharks and many more and watching them in their natural habitat and at times getting close to them will certainly challenge your guts. Rest assured, you will be thrilled and amused at the same time by their aggressive gestures in the aquarium.

There are different exciting water rides and cruises in the watercourses of the park for visitors through different zones. The two most popular are the Amazon River Quest and the Wild Amazonia which lets you meet the endangered animals from close proximity and gather fair knowhow about them. Last but not least, you have a great chance to complement your trip to the River Park with a delectable platter at any of the themed restaurants inside the park.

Here's everything you should know before making your reservation for a mind-boggling trip to one of the amazing theme parks of Southeast Asia.

Essential Information:


Location: - 80, Mandai Lake Road, Singapore- 729826

Timings: The River Safari in Singapore remains open every day of the year between 10 AM -7:30 PM. The last entry to the park is at 6:30 PM.

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Price: The entry fee for adults is SGD 32, for children between 3-12 years are SGD 21 and Singaporean seniors are SGD 12. For the Amazon River Quest, the entry fee is SGD (3-5).

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River Safari Attractions Pass Types


Want to make the most of your time and money at the River Safari Park Singapore? There is a season and daily passes with discounts and other add-ons that you can avail just for a few bucks.

Trust us, the options are unlimited! Choose the best safari pass from the list given below before venturing out for some extra fun:

Friends of River Safari- Becoming a member of the River Safari will provide you with the opportunity to enjoy unlimited admission to the park for one year along with mind-boggling privileges at the River Safari park in Singapore. You can enjoy great discounts on F&B, tours, retail, and many more things.

Friends of Wildlife- Want to be a member of the wildlife circle? Become a member of the Friends of Wildlife and enjoy unlimited fun at the River Safari, Night Safari, Singapore Zoo, and Jurong Bird Park. You can also enjoy a complimentary tram ride and other special attractions. Your excitement will be heightened by exclusive discounts on F&B, tours and retail and more add-ons.

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Experiences at River Safari 


An unforgettable journey down the river trails awaits you! The River Safari gives you a chance to experience the incredible wildlife of Amazon. For a tranquil respite, you can cruise along the Upper Seletar Reservoir and click a few nature snaps. Here’ a varied range of things to experience at River Safari. Don't forget to check out on them:

Wildlife Tours- If you are a real animal lover, this has to be in your bucket list. It gives you a great opportunity to build a close connection with the wildlife, experience the intriguing behaviour of animals, how animals are looked after and also you can feed some among them with your hands. Manatee Mania Tour and Marvellous Manatees are the best wildlife tours in which you can meet and greet the adorable manatees.

Once Upon a River- A leisurely cruise along a river gives you the opportunity to know the untold story of a river. You can explore the water’s edge and meet some of the fascinating creatures and even interact with them. You can even take snaps with the doting pelicans and feed the beavers at the new animal presentation at the water’s edge.

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Camps- It will keep your kid engaged for hours while you are touring around the other attractions of the park. The camps encourage kids to develop self-learning skills and engage them in team bonding activities. River Safari houses an exciting family camp “Sleep with the Manatees” in which you can spend quality night time you family in the Amazon Flooded Forest amidst the manatees.

Animal Encounters- Come close with the animals such as pelicans, green iguana, beavers and the giant panda in this expedition and get to know the unknown facts of their traits. You can also meet the famous giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia on your Animal Encounter voyage and help the caretakers prepare breakfast for the bears at the backyard area of the Giant Panda Forest. 

River Trails- River Trails is an educational voyage in which you get to know everything about the marine creatures from a lively presenter. You can also get a chance to hear interesting trivia and come in close acquaintance with the wildlife creature. The most highlighted guided tours are Wild Amazonia, Rivers of the World and Amazon Flooded Forest. 

Amazon River Quest- It's an enthralling experience to see the animals hailing from the untamed Amazon and hear their mysterious noises on a boat ride which is artificially designed to render you the thrill of a real Amazon river expedition on a boat. You will have to make use of your senses to spot camouflaged wildlife amidst the lush vegetation to perceive the uniqueness of Amazonian flora and fauna. Some of the must-see wild animals are the Jaguar, Brazilian Tapir and Giant Anteater who are ready to welcome you with their mysterious behaviours and interactive gestures.

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Things to do at Singapore River Safari


-There is, in fact, a plethora of things to revel at the River Safari Park in Singapore. Here's a list of things you should do in your River Safari trip:

- You can explore the secrets of the Amazon River through the boat ride sports River Safari and Amazon River Quest. 

- Get closer to the Chinese Salamanders, Mekong Catfish, and Chinese River Otters.

- Meet the giant pandas at the Giant Panda Forest.

- As you enter the Squirrel Monkey Forest, you will come across the adorable squirrel monkeys of the Central and South America. They will amuse you with their playful gestures and noises.

- Enjoy an unforgettable cruise along the Seletar reservoir in the River Safari. You can enjoy the river cruise with family and click photos of the beautiful flora along the way.

- The most iconic and popular attraction in the River Safari is the River Zones which offers you a thrilling experience of the famous rivers of the world. You can spot the snapping turtles.

- Mississippi, Congo Tetra and giant freshwater puffer in the Congo, African Arowana and giraffe catfish in the Nile, goonch catfish and Indian gharial in the Ganga, freshwater stingray in the Mekong and the ancient sturgeon and the Chinese alligator in the Yangtze.

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Places to Dine & Shop at River Safari


When it comes to dining, you will be spoilt for choices at the River Safari park in Singapore. Whether vegetarian or non-vegetarian, you can look forward to unique dining experiences at one of the most sought after themed parks in the world. Rest assured, the food and other cooking ingredients are bought from sustainable sources and hence quality is restored. 

Below is a list of restaurants which you should include in your bucket list:

- Ben and Jerry's
- Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant
- Jungle Rotisserie
- Safari Sizzles
- Mama Panda Kitchen
- Starbucks

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If you want to get some unique collectables and souvenirs back home, there are places in the River Safari park that are ready with their gift items to allure you. 

- Night Safari Gift shop
- River Safari Shop
- House of Jia Jia and Kai Kai

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Places to visit near River Safari


Don't miss out on touring around the following places of attractions near the River Safari and enrich your experience of Singapore trip:

Rain Forest Kid's World- A great place for children's amusement which houses domestic animals such as dogs and parrots. Children can watch the amusing gestures of these birds and animals from close quarters and feel entertained.

Night Safari- It is one of the most hunted tourist attractions of Singapore and the world's first nocturnal zoo. It is an amazing place of hangout for those who want to see the wild animals roaming in their natural habitat in the moonlight. The Night Safari opens at 7:30 pm and remains till midnight. To Book, Singapore Night Safari click here.

Singapore Zoo- It is built in a rainforest zone housing over more than 2,800 animals from 300 different species of mammals, reptiles, and birds. It is also the first-ever zoo with a free-ranging orangutan habitat. You can enjoy photo sessions with your favourite animals, presentations on animals and many more. Click here to book Singapore zoo tickets.

Laser Battle- It is a great fun-filled game for visitors of all ages in which bright green laser rays are shot. The Laser Battle game is designed by using the Laser Tag Gaming Technology.

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Best Time to Visit River Safari:


The River Safari park remains open from morning till night. Some people prefer visiting the park in the morning so that they have the entire afternoon to enjoy various rides and adventure sports. Later they can go on a Night Safari. Since the spot is quite far from the heart of the city, morning is the best time to make the most of the day at Safari Park.

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Tips for Visiting River Safari 


Check out the following tips before preparing your itineraries for an exhilarating trip to the River Safari in Singapore:

- The River Safari Singapore lasts for 2-3 hours only. So, for having the best wildlife experience you must check out on Night Safari and Singapore Zoo.

- Boat rides are subject to availability of seats which is arranged on a first-come-first-served basis. The weather condition is also taken to be a consideration for the availability of seats.

- Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the River Safari park.

- To participate in the Amazon River Quest, the minimum permissible height of a guest has to be 1.06 metre.

- The tickets for entering River Safari Singapore are only permissible for use of tourists. Singaporean citizens or permanent residents of Singapore are not entitled to the use of tickets.

- The validity of tickets is for 60 days from the date of purchase. During this time you can enjoy complete flexibility of visiting the River Safari.

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How to reach River Safari from Airport? 


From the Changi Airport PTB2 to Yishun Station there is frequent bus service. From Khatib to Singapore Zoo you can take another bus that will take you to the zoo in about 1 hr. 24 mins. The other cheapest route is to take the subway between Tanah Merah to City Hall and then again the subway from City Hall to Khatib which takes about 1 hr 32 mins.

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Other Attractions in River Safari Singapore


Take some time to indulge in the array of other attractions awaiting you in the River Safari. Some of the most hunted ones are given below:

Wildlife reserves Singapore- Get close to the scaly buddies and watch them in varied moods in their natural terrain. Watching snakes and dragons will certainly make your day.

Once upon a river- It is an exhilarating river show at the River Safari Singapore which showcases the story of a river and the living creatures that make a river their habitat in a vivid way. A team of anchors introduce the marine creatures viz. Great White Pelican, Hedgehog, Brahminy Kite, Red Panda and Giant Panda with the guests.

Wild Discoverer Tour- A wonderful wildlife excursion for animal lovers which gives you a chance to get close to the baboons and white rhinos and feed them with your own hands. A guide will accompany you and show how the animals are looked after daily and also share secrets about them. 

Panda rise and shine- The morning session of this expedition gives you an opportunity to know the routine of the pandas and how the experts take care of them. If you want to get involved in the caregiving methodology, you can assist the caretakers in preparing Bamboo Breakfast or development of toys for the pandas.

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FAQs 


Q1. What is the Amazon River Quest?

The Amazon River Quest is a thrilling boat ride designed artificially replicating a journey along the Amazon River. You can experience the wilderness of a river and Amazonian wildlife adventure in the backdrop of dense flora. The Amazon Quest gives you the rare opportunity to spot wild animals from the most diverse rainforest of the world. In this expedition, you can watch the mysterious behaviour of the Giant Anteater, Brazilian Tapir and Jaguar from close proximity.

Tickets are available both online and at the Singapore Zoo Ticketing Counters and River Safari's Boat Plaza. 

Q2. How do I get to River Safari Singapore?

The River Safari is located in the same precinct as the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari. Buses 138, 926 and 927 will drop you at the Singapore Zoo Bus Stop.

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Q3. How long does it take to complete a visit to the park?

The huge variety of flora and fauna of the River Safari Park is worth your time to explore, shop and dine. Most of the animal habitats in the park have to be journeyed on foot. It depends on your level of interest and the time you are ready to devote to your expedition as to how much time it may take to make a complete tour around the park. However, it usually takes 2-3 hours for a 
complete visit to the River Safari Park.

Q4. What is unique about River Safari Singapore?

The River Safari Singapore is Asia's first and only park which is themed on river. It houses the largest collection of freshwater animals in the world. Also, it is home to exotic flora and fauna from eight different rivers and forests of the world which makes it unique among other aquariums.

The River Safari park is also the first attraction in Singapore to have won the accolade of Green Mark Platinum Award in the park category from the Building and Construction Authority.

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Q5. Is River Safari Singapore worth going?

If you are looking for quality, i.e. something unique and one of its kinds, the River Safari park in Singapore is certainly a place worth visiting. 

Q6. Can I bring food into the park?

There are various restaurants and food joints that serve lip-smacking cuisines for the visitors of the Safari Park. However, you can bring outside food and enjoy that at the picnic spots of Boat Plaza. 

Q7. Which is best in Singapore night safari or river safari?

The best attraction is the River Safari in Singapore. The Night Safari is basically a wildlife safari in the moonlight where you can see the nocturnal activities of wild animals. But, River Safari is a complete wildlife tour package in Asia's first river-themed aquarium and zoo which showcases the biodiversity found across the main rivers of the world. In this expedition, you can watch the animals who dwell on the edge of the rivers. In a nutshell, the River Safari gives you a rare opportunity to learn about the diverse riverine biota within the precincts of a wildlife reserve.

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Q8. Does the admission ticket include boat rides?

Yes, admission ticket to the River Safari includes boat ride for 2 people. It also includes a Reservoir Cruise.

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Q9. Is it safe for children?

It is a fun-filled trip for children who can have a great time in water under the supervision of adults. There are also life jackets for children that help them remain afloat.
However, for toddlers, it may not be an ideal trip. There are some thrilling sports in which you may have to toss around and move swiftly midst boulders. Also, there are a lot of biting sand-flies. In addition to that, there may not be seat belts and restraints. So, it is recommended not to take children below seven years for adventurous sports in the River Safari.

Q10. How many types of boat rides are there in River Safari?

- There are broadly two types of boat rides in the River Safari Park-the Amazon River Quest and Reservoir Cruise. 
- The Amazon River Cruise is a 10 minutes' boat ride which enables you to witness a variety of animals dwelling on the  Amazon River. You need to book tickets for availing this ride. 
- The other ride is the Reservoir Cruise which is a 15 minutes' slow cruise along the Upper Seletar and Reservoir.  

Q11. Can I bring the wheelchair or baby stroller in  River Safari Singapore?

Yes, you can bring your baby stroller or wheelchair. But, you are not allowed to take them in the Amazon River Quest. So you need to park it before embarking on the adventure sport

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Merlion Park

Merlion Park is a Singapore based landmark that is a major tourist attraction here. The legendary Merlion is Singapore’s national icon with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The 70-tonne concrete statue standing 8.7 meters tall is a great place to click umpteen photos. The Merlion which is a break up of a mermaid-like structure with the face of a lion talks about the humble beginnings of Singapore as a predominately a fishing based country. This landmark is the identity of the nation and is a must-visit when you are there.

The aesthetically carved statue of Merlion presents a host of activities that the tourists can engage in. The attractiveness of the location apart from the statue is the bay with water spouting out of Lion's mouth. Tourists can click many photos near the statue or hop on a bumboat to take the experience onto another level. You can explore the entire area by taking a stroll near the statue. If you plan to visit here in the evening then you have to witness the amazing show of colour lights that makes it a magnanimous watch. By the bay of the Merlion Park is a wide and expansive verdant garden adjacent to the Marina Reservoir.

Merlion Park is completely free to visit and has many restaurants, souvenir shops and cafes in its vicinity. The cafes and restaurants serve the most delicious and famous delicacies called Kopi, Laksa and Kaya which are unmissable. The hours seem to slip away when you are lost in the picturesque locale with live music playing by the banks of the river. The Statue at Merlion Park is situated at 1 Fullerton which is near the waterfront at Marina Bay. A short walk from Raffles Place MRT station, the park can also be visited through the day tours which also stop at other hot spots at Singapore.

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Essential information


Location: The complete address of the Merlion Park is 1, Fullerton road near the waterfront at the Marina Bay. The park is located at a short distance from Raffles Place MRT station. The nearest bus station is the Fullerton square.

Timing: There are no fixed timings for visiting Merlion Park as it is a part of the city and is open 24 hours. But officially the time to visit is from 10.00 AM to 8.00 PM. If you want to witness the fabulous light shows then ensure you visit from Sunday to Thursday at 8 pm and 9 pm respectively. If you are there only on a Friday and Saturday then the timing would be 8 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm. 

Price: You can visit Merlion Park complexly free of cost with the exception of paying for the individual activities that you engage in.

How to reach Merlion Park from Airport?


Marina Bay where this iconic spot is located is one of the prime destinations and the busiest parts of Singapore. It is the central area here which is accessible from all fronts. If you have to come to Merlion Park from the Changi airport then you can take a direct train from the Changi Airport station to Marina Bay. The machines will ensure that the tickets will be easily and swiftly accessed by the traveller. If you are looking to travel by the Airport shuttle in Singapore, then you have to reach the spot where the shuttle booking happen and choose your route accordingly.

Things to do in Merlion Park


Merlion Park is Singapore’s most famous tourist spots where you can spend an entire day happily and crave for more. A lot of things can be done while you are here, yet you never get enough of this amazing destination. For first time travellers to this land, Merlion Park will speak of its culture and rich heritage. Some of the things that you can do here are enlisted below:

Take countless pictures – You can take pictures with the Merlion statues, with the cub and the lion for keepsake. You can try out different tricks in photography especially the famous picture pose of showing that water is sprouting from your mouth and not the Lions!

Sunset by the Bay – It will be a crime to miss the sweeping sunsets of the bay while you can sit by the banks to engage your senses to seep in the evening sun. The sight is impressive for sure and if you are travelling there in the evening do not miss to capture this. 

Bumboat ride – Hop on the relaxing river cruises from Merlion Park and explore various other locations near the Merlion Park. The impressive skyline and the shiny Singapore river water is all you need to make this a memorable one. 

Spectra Light and water show and a live band – Enjoy the evening’s glittery light show with amazing laser technology to make your evening worth. You could also sit there comfortably and listen to the band of live music playing your favourite song.

Visit cafes and do some shopping – A lot of concept restaurants and cafes in Singapore offer great meals and snacks which are must to visit when you are there. Do not forget to fetch a great souvenir on your way back from the many stores offering vibrant collections.

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Best time to visit Merlion Park


In the night particularly the Merlion Park becomes the quintessential urban panorama along with the Marina Bay and the beautifully lighted Park that adds to the beauty of the place. Although the time at night is considered the best due to the vibrant crowds and spectacular light and water show, yet there are many people who believe that night time is heavily crowded and causes a lot of congestion with cafes and restaurants running full. Many visitors suggested day time as the best time to visit here if you want to avoid any traffic. Both times have their advantages and disadvantages.

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Tips for visiting Merlion Park


If you plan your trip between May and September you are set to enter a time with the maximum number of tourists. This is perhaps a great time to visit here because this is the main tourist season in Singapore with many ongoing festivals like a food festival and the Singapore Grand Prix. Do not plan your trip to Merlion Park during the period between October and January as your plans will be hampered with the intermittent showers and rains. If you have decided to go for the summer, do not forget to pack sunscreen and lotions to save you from the attack of heat. While you are there buying a souvenir is a must as you will get a wide variety of curated from different artists. Some of the cafes serve exemplary meals hence getting there and not having any will be a major loss. Nighttime is obviously a good time if you can manage the crowd but do not miss the light show which will be a fond remembrance for your memory.

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Places to visit in and near Merlion Park


Visit the Helix Bridge – It the most remarkable pieces of architecture is the doubt Helix Bridge which is also the world’s first curved bridge connecting the Singapore River between the business districts. One of the best things to do in Singapore at night is to visit this place for the sheer beauty of the Bridge, this will be a walk to remember.

Visit Chinatown - You can visit Chinatown for two reasons: Food and shopping. If you enjoy dining street style and literally gorge on real Chinese delights then visit China town. From hawkers to kiosks, from small mobile cafes to restaurants Chinatown has it all. A haven for foodies you can enjoy the mouth-watering dish in this ever-crowded market. There are plenty of things to do in China town if you love to go on binge shopping especially those items which are affordable and can give you inwards into a good bargain. Clothes, accessories, bags and much more, this place is ideal if you have those negotiation skills you are willing to use.

Amphitheatre – A peek into the amphitheater will open the doors to the culture and heritage of Singapore. Visit here and witness the 20-minute night show full of creatures painted and adorned to become and look attractive. This interactive show is surely one of the many visits you need to take to see something that is different and unconventional.

Universal studios – Don’t even think of missing this wonderfully put together a studio that has all the prime characters of the Universal studios merged into one journey full of fun rides and excitement. The Battle Star Galactica is easily the prime attraction amongst the several rides bound to keep your adrenaline pumping.

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Best Restaurants to eat in and near Merlion Park


Alt Pizza –
If you love your pizzas straight out of the oven then this is the place to be. A contemporary pizza place with not so exorbitant prices. The Pizza station also gives you the liberty to create your own pizza with the number of combinations exceeding your expectations.

Forlino – The Italian fine dining destination with elegant interiors and stunning views of the Marina Bay is your journey to the most genuine Italian dishes which are prepared and curated by award-winning chefs. The vast menu put together by the restaurant covers everything that you have ever asked for. 

The Lighthouse Restaurant and Rooftop bar – Get the grand views of Singapore at this restaurant serving authentic Italian cuisine with specialties. Get mesmerized with the breath-taking views of the skyline of Singapore and the Marina Bay waterfront. 

Saint Pierre – One of the most intimate dining options in Singapore the subtle Saint Pierre has a lot of French-inspired dishes along with Modern European and vegetarian-friendly options. The restaurant is also a kid-friendly zone as well as suitable for those who want to engage in personal conversations and romantic nights.

The 100th Starbucks Store Fullerton Water Boat House – Located close to the Fullerton Hotel and the Singapore River, Starbucks coffee shop is one of the most favourite hotspots to be visited. A great location for a quiet coffee and conversations, visit this star bucks for drooling snacks and rejuvenating coffee. 

Shoukouwa – An intimate fine dining located very close to Merlion Park, one can explore a great variety of seafood which it is famous for. The specialties here are the classic Japanese Sushi which comes prepared fresh and yummy. To heighten your gastronomic experience, visit this elegantly decorated restaurant which is a must-visit if you are a sea-food aficionado.

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Best Hotels to stay near Merlion Park


Ritz Carlton, Millennia – It is one of the best options for visitors who love a lavish sophisticated stay. Apart from the Merlion Park, the hotel is close to several other wonderful sight-seeing options. 
The decor of the rooms spells luxury with ultra-stylish interiors and amenities that will make you comfortable. 

Fullerton Hotel Singapore – The neo grand classical landmark of Singapore, the hotel offers diverse accommodation options, Rolls Royce Privilege, a lifestyle package and the assurance of an opulence stay. There are a lot of local attractions close by and its tour will be arranged by the efficient staff in the Hotel. 

Marina Bay Sands – One of the most popular and iconic hotels of Singapore, the sprawling hotel features 2561 rooms with a host of entertainment options like gambling, sampan rides and ice-skating. The prime attraction of this location is its rooftop infinity pool which is considered as the world’s largest infinity pool.

Pan Pacific -Located in the Central district of Singapore, explore this towering luxury with world class amenities and signature dishes served exclusively at the comforts of the hotel. This 5 star property offers dynamic views of Singapore and located close to the best sites in Singapore especially the Marina Bay.

The Westin – Located in the vicinity of Marina Bay, plan your stay at the Westin to experience bliss and peace. Great location with great food at the in-house restaurant is some of the added attraction of this wonderful hotel.

Fairmont – Located in the heart of Singapore, this upscale accommodation has 769 ultra-luxurious rooms and suite featuring comfortable style and international designs adorning the room. The spa at the Hotel has several treatment options available and also is Asia's largest Spa.

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FAQ’S


Q1.How do I get to Merlion Park?

The Merlion Park is located near Marina Bay which is considered the most popular location in Singapore. The nearest station near Merlion Park is the Raffles Place MRT. From the Raffles place MRT, you need to cross certain streets to go towards Fullerton road. If you are coming from the airport, you will easily find airport shuttles that take you to and fro the locale. If you want to use the metro from Changi airport, then a Changi airport metro also will bring you to the Raffles metro.

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Q2. Where is the lion statue in Singapore?

The iconic half lion and half mermaid statue resides at the Waterfront Merlion Park. The statue is believed to bring good luck as it faces east which is considered auspicious. The Merlion Park is located in One Fullerton road in the prime location of Singapore. The lion statue also spouts water from its mouth and is a must-see icon. The location also has advantages because it has a host of other doable things and famous hotels and restaurants close by for you to enjoy and have fun.

Q3. Why is Merlion the symbol of Singapore?

The body symbolises the humble start of Singapore primarily being a fishing village called Temasek meaning Sea town. The head of the statue represents Singapura which is also known as the lion city in their local language. The statue was built by local craftsman Lim Nang Seng and is facing eastward marking the very auspicious nature of its positioning. The Earlier statue was located in a different location and when it was shifted in 2002 to the Merlion Park, the tradition of facing the statue eastward is still intact. It is considered in the significant landmarks of the world.

Q4. Why is Singapore called the Lion City?

The name Singapore comes from Singapura which means lion city. In 1299 a prince named Sang Nila Utama ruled the empire wanted capital for his region. In his quest to search for capital, he went to explore Sumatra and his expedition brought him to a terrain which was used for hunting. While he was chasing a deer, his attention was caught on a white beach and his minister enlightened that it was Temasek or the seaside town. In their journey to explore the land, they sailed on the boat which was caught in the storm. While they somehow reached Temasek, they spotted a strange-looking animal with an orange body and blackheads. His minister guessed it was a lion, which was considered a good fortune back then. This made him rename the city to Singapura.

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Q5. Where it is located?

The mythical statue of Lion and Mermaid is located at the Merlion Park located at One Fullerton Road near Marina Bay. The Merlion was originally located at the mouth of the Singapore River but its spot later got changed to its new and hopefully permanent home at Merlion Park. The Merlion Park attracts more than 1 million visitors per year and it is said that the eastward direction of the statue is auspicious and traditionally is believed to bring luck and happiness. When the statue was located by the Singapore River the direction was eastward, which was retained even after it got shifted.

Q6. How do I get to Merlion Park from MRT?

If you are at MRT and you are looking forward to exploring the Merlion Park then public transport is not a concern at all. To get to the Merlion catch the MRT to Raffles Place station on the East-West Line. You will have to take the exit towards the United Overseas Bank Plaza and when from the central part of the plaza you will clearly see the Fullerton Hotel which is one of the most sought after Hotels in Singapore. Behind the Fullerton Hotel is the Merlion Park.

Q7. Why does Singapore represent Merlion?

Singapore has become a developed place but it had started off as a fishing village where the primary and predominant occupation of people was fishing. Due to this, the older name of Singapore was Temasek. It is said that once the Prince wanted to find capital for his region and went on an expedition to find an appropriate territory. In the midst of all this, he landed to a hunting ground which was famous for deer hunting. One day while he was hunting a deer, on the opposite end he saw a white sandy beach which caught his attention. The moment he had set his eye on it, he decided that he will explore it. On his way, he and his crew met a strong storm and after having fought the storm they all reached this place and upon coming there the prince immediately spotted an animal. Upon describing the animal, the minister apprised the Prince that it could be a lion. After that, he changed the name of the place to Singapura in which singa means Lion. Hence the name Singapore represents Lion and fish because of its past history. 

Q8. How tall is the lion statue?

The Merlion is made up of cement fondue and the skin is made of porcelain plates and eyes from small red teacups. The Merlion statue stands tall at 8.6 meters high and weighs about 70 tonnes. 


Q9. What does the lion logo stand for?

The Lion head symbol was introduced in Singapore in 1986 and it was considered a good logo mainly because it represents the true meaning of Singapore as the Lion city. The national identity of Singapore is now the Lion logo because the original name was Singapura which means Lion. The logo is considered powerful and symbolic of Singapore’s real and true identity.

Q10. What are the timings of the Spectra – A light and Water show?

One of the best parts of being in Merlion Park is being able to attend and witness the lights and water show that is showcased. Every show of Spectra is a 15-minute wonder which will leave you in complete awe. The show runs on all days but the timings do vary. From Sunday to Thursday you can watch the show at 8 pm and 9 pm respectively. If you are not available on these days, then for Friday and Saturday, the shows take place in three different timings, that is at 8 pm, 9 pm and finally at 10 pm.

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Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

Presence of Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom has been glorifying the Sentosa tourism and adding on to the value of top-listed tourist destinations. Spending an entire day at Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is worthy of remembering as the park has got a lot of things to do. The 15000 butterflies from 500 different butterfly species and around 3000 insect species are what blend to make this park a unique dwelling point for all nature lovers.

Locals make it a point to visit this place as a weekend getaway in Singapore to beat all the hustles and bustles of their routine stressful life. Featuring a guided tour through every nook and corner of this land of adorable butterflies, it is one of the must visit Singapore attraction for families, photographers, and nature enthusiasts. 

Surrounded by lush green beauty, this Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is no less than natural habitat for some of the rare species of butterflies and insects. Caretakers of this land ensures that every single species receives proper care and nourishment to make them feel the comfort of their own natural habitat. You can genuinely tag this place as a replica of the vastly stretched forests of the tropical regions.

Some of the noteworthy attractions of Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom are butterfly aviary, iguana bird aviary, Pupa house, Firefly Enclosure Show, Insect Safari Tunnel, and Insect Kingdom Museum. Park authorities schedule a regular guided tour to encourage visitors to explore species diversity of butterflies and insects to the fullest. Photography exhibitions, the Pupa Hanging, and the Butterfly Release are some more add-ons for your entertainment.

The tamed wilderness of Butterfly Park and Insects Kingdom never falls short of engaging you in the mesmerizing beauty of fluttering butterflies and creepily crawling insects. Finally, gorgeous waterfalls complete the remaining beauty of this destination.

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Essential Information:


Location: 51 Imbiah Rd, Singapore 099702

Timings: Butterfly Park & insect Kingdom opens sharp at 09:30 am in the morning and closes down by 07:00 pm in the late evening.

Price (for locals and for foreigners): Entry prices to Butterfly Park and Insects Kingdom are as follows –

- E-ticket for Singapore Citizen – 14.40 Singapore Dollars

- E-ticket for Singapore Tourists – 18.00 Singapore Dollars

- Butterfly Park and Insects Kingdom entry is absolutely free for children below the age of 3 years. To avail discounts under senior citizen facility, senior citizens are requested to display their valid IDs for a redemption amount. Failure to provide the valid senior citizen ID might result in paying the entire ticket fare.

- Please note – Children below the age of 12 years, should always be accompanied by a responsible paying adult.

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Places to visit near Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom


1. Sentosa 4D Adventureland – This is one of the best-themed parks of Singapore. It is a highly interactive entertainment zone meant for all age group individuals to enjoy to their fullest. This place features many family adventure drama in 4D formats.

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2. Adventure Cove ParkAdventure Cove Park is a family-friendly playground wherein you can find around 14 rides and attractions. Do not miss on the first-ever Hydromagnetic coaster of South-east Asia – Riptide Ride. You have a lot of colourful rays, tropical fishes, and mighty sharks to explore here.

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3. AJ Hackett Sentosa –
Take a dive to reach 50 meters from AJ Hackett Bungy tower. Skybridge and Giant Swing are the next focus of attractions of this AJ Hackett Sentosa.

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4. Animal Encounters – Have an entertaining interaction session with nimble monkeys, colourful parrots, and amazing species of reptiles at Animal Encounters. Several 15 minutes shows organized here are worthy of being a part of.

5. Crane Dance – Crane Dance offers you the best package to entertain yourself with a perfect blend of light, sound, and water show. You can witness giant cranes courting here and falling in love for each other to exhibit a spectacular illusion of their pious emotions.

6 Dolphin Island – Until now, you’ve seen dolphins in videos. Dolphin Island gives you an exciting opportunity to have a close interaction with these beautiful sea creatures where you can hug or kiss or even dance to their tunes.

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7. Lake of Dreams – Imagine how wonderful is it to take a walk at night around the Lake of Dreams and forget all your routine stress and mental confusions. Flaming dragons, special laser effects, and water cannons are things that make this place worthy of visiting attractions in Singapore.

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Things to do in Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom


Visit the Butterfly Aviary and Iguana Bird Aviary – Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom homes to a beautiful butterfly and Iguana Bird Aviary. Visiting these aviaries, you can spot a wide species of Iguana birds and butterflies.

Enjoy metamorphosis of the butterflies at the Pupa House – Pupa house forms an excellent learning spot of the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom for your child. At this spot, he carefully learns about the metamorphosis process and the changes taking place in the butterflies. Since its establishment, this place has been fascinating photographers about some exceptionally flawless butterfly species.

Stop at the tortoise point – You can simply click some random moments with your favourite tortoise as you pass through the tortoise point of this Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom.

Pass through the Insect Safari Tunnel – The most peculiar part of this Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is its Insect Safari Tunnel. This is a long 70-meter cave which exhibits 
various crawling species of insects supported in their natural habitat. Do not forget to spot the most creepy ones – beetles, millipedes, and scorpions – there are many there!

Be a part of the guided tours – Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom schedules various guided tours and learning programs for all age groups. Elaborate your research on the evolutionary history of different species of insects and butterflies by participating in this tour. You also have photo presentations to be a part of where you can witness some pictures of butterflies and insects which you might have missed on during your tour.

End your tour at the Insect Kingdom Museum – The museum at Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is a one-stop destination to gain abundant knowledge and portrayals about the evolutionary progress of various insect species. Also, you have Pupa Hangings on every Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Butterfly Release shows every weekend to enjoy.

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Best Time to Visit Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom 


Summers are the best time to plan your visit to the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. As this is the season where you can peacefully observe diverse varieties of butterflies and insects all around. In the rainy season, it becomes quite challenging to walk through the park and spot all the butterflies there.

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How to reach Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom from Airport?


By private car – 

You can easily reach Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom from Changi Airport Singapore (SIN) within 35 minutes on an average. If you drive via ECP, you will have to cover a distance of around 26.7 km and travel for 27 minutes. For those who are travelling via PIE have to cover a range of about 29.8 km with a journey lasting approximately 31 minutes. If you plan to go first via PIE and then via CTE, you will have to cover an overall distance of around 30.8 km and travel for 36 minutes. To park your car, you need to reach the nearest car park as Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom doesn’t have it on a personal basis. Imbiah Lookout Car Park is the nearest car park for you to park all your private vehicles.

By public transport – 

- Cable car – To travel to the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, you first need to ride an East-West Line, get down at Tanah Merah, then take a next East-West line and get down at Tuas Link. From Tuas Link, board a North-East Line to drop you at HarbourFront from where you need to board a Mount Faber Line to drop you at Sentosa. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is at a walkable distance of 8 minutes from Sentosa. Click here to Book Singapore Cable Car Tickets Flat 25% Off.

- Bus 123 – Start with an East-West line to drop you at Tanah Merah; board another East-West Line to drop you at Tuas Link. From here, you need to ride a bus 123 to drop you at Beach Station Terminal from where your final destination is located at a walking distance of around 15 minutes.

- Sentosa Express – Board an East-West Line to drop you at Tanah Merah; next board a Downtown Line to drop you at Bukit Panjang. From here, ride a North-East Line to drop you at HarbourFront from where you can catch a Sentosa Express and get down at Beach station. Your final destination is located at a distance of around 13 minutes walk from the Beach Station. Click here To Book Sentosa Express Train Ticket

- Only Bus Routes – Board a Bus 36 to drop you at Changi Airport PTB 2. From here, either ride 64/139 bus to drop you at Sims Place Ter or Bt Merah Int. Catch 123 bus to drop you at Beach Station Ter from where you will get a Bus A to drop you at Beach Station. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is situated at a distance of around 7 walkable minutes.

- Shuttle services – Board an East-West Line to drop you at Tanah Merah, next board, an East-West Line, to drop you either at Joo Koon or Tuas Link. From here, board a North-East Line and get down at Harbour Front. There are many shuttle services scheduled by Costa Sands Sentosa Shuttle to drop you at Costa Sands Resort Sentosa.

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Fun Facts About Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom 


- Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom homes to a wide array of adorable butterflies and beautiful insects.

- Since 1983, the Butterfly Park & Insects Kingdom has been exhibiting the magnificence of its little world of butterflies and insects.

- It’s a multi-sensory – with heaps of scenes, sounds, and sights.

- Your entire journey through this land of butterflies will be conducted as an interactive session which is undoubtedly going to engage you for every single second.

- Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom organizes two different packages - Solemnization Package and Birthday Package.

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FAQs


Q1. How do I get to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom?

A In case your starting destination is Vivo City, there are four different ways through which you can easily make your way to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom –

- By Monorail: Reach Sentosa Railway Station to board a tram (Sentosa Express) from there. Don’t worry about its schedule, as Sentosa Express runs after every five minutes from Sentosa Monorail Station. Alight at Imbiah and walk down for next 6 minutes to reach your final destination. Your monorail journey would cost you around 200 INR per head.

- By Cable car: To ride a cable car, first head towards HarbourFront Tower. Ride a cable car (Mount Faber Line) from there and alight at Sentosa. Once you get down, you need to walk and cover approximately 77 meters to reach your final destination.

- By Taxi: You can hire a direct taxi from Vivo City to drop you at your final destination – Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. Your entire journey shall last for around 4 minutes and will be covering a distance of about 3.4 km. One way trip would cost you around 350 to 450 INR.

- By Walk: Vivo City is located at a distance of around 28 minutes or 2.3 km from Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom.

> If Bugis MRT Station is your starting point, you have six different ways to reach Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom –

- By bus from HarbourFront Tower: For this, you first need to head towards Parkview Sq. Once here, you can either ride Bus No. 145 or 57 or 61 and alight at HarbourFront Station. Next, head towards HarbourFront Tower to ride a cable car (Mount Faber Line) and finally alight at Sentosa. From Sentosa, walk for approximately 77 m to reach your final destination of Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. Your entire journey will cost you around 100 to 150 INR per head.

- By Line 10 Bus: 1 From Bugis MRT Station, you need to walk for 11 minutes or approximately 966 meters to reach Suntec City. From there, ride a Line 10 bus, to drop you to Vivo City from where you can walk for about 28 minutes or 2.3 km to reach your final destination – Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. Your entire journey will cost you around 100 to 150 INR per head.

- By Bus: Reach Parkside Sq. from where you can ride either 145 or 57 or 61 bus and alight at HarbourFront Station. Once at Harbour Front Station, walk for the next 30 minutes or 2.6 km till you reach your final destination of Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. Overall, you will be spending an amount of 100 to 150 INR.

- By Subway: From Bugis MRT Station, walk for 13 minutes or 1.2 km to reach Little India from where you can ride the subway (North East) which will drop you at Harbour Front. North East is available after every 5 minutes interval. From Harbour Front, walk for the next 26 minutes or 2.2 km to reach your final destination of Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. On average, your entire one-way trip would cost you around 100 to 150 INR per head.

- By Taxi:  The best way to reach Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom from Bugis MRT Station is by hiring a private cab. Your one-way cab journey from Bugis MRT Station to your final destination will last for around 10 minutes or 8.8 km and will be costing you about 500 to 700 INR per trip.

- By Walk: If you are planning to walk, Bugis MRT Station is at a distance of 1 hour and 40 minutes from Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom.

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Q2. How many types of species are there in the park?

A There are around 15000 live and colourful butterflies representing about 50 different species. This park also homes to around 3000 insect species which is inclusive of both rare and exotic varieties.

Q3. How long does it take to complete a visit to the park?

A Visitors visiting Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom usually spend around 3 to 4 hours in exploring the park entirely.

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Q4. How many birds are there in the park?

A The Butterfly Park and Insects Kingdom has only one type of birds ie. Iguana Bird.

Q5. May I bring my own food into the park?

A You are not supposed to carry any outside food with you.

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Q6. How many types of birds are there in the park?


A The Butterfly Park and Insects Kingdom has only one type of birds ie. Iguana Bird.

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Q7. Can I bring my own stroller or wheelchair into the park?

A For stroller or wheelchair entry, you need to check with the authorities of Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom.

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Q8. Are there places to eat near the Park?

A Yes, there are many places to eat near Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom. You can try a wide array of delicacies at Pezzo, Taste of Singapore (Sentosa), Subway, Alton, Ocean Restaurant, Mc Donald’s, Beaver’s Café, and some other local outlets.

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