Places to Visit in Sentosa Island

Sentosa is Singapore’s very own island of fun. There are many fun-focused activities to do and places to visit when you’re at Sentosa. You can have fun with your family or simply enjoy all that Sentosa has to offer. We assure you, there’ll never be a dull moment in Sentosa.

Wherever you go in Sentosa Island trip, you will find something to keep you engaged and entertained. All you need to do is book a Singapore tour from SOTC and take this wonderful journey into the land of fun.

Sentosa Island sightseeing is a mini adventure within your overall Singapore stay. More Sentosa Island tourist attractions like the Adventure Cove Waterpark, Butterfly & Insect Park, Madame Tussaud’s, the Mega Adventure Park and so much more.

When in Sentosa, make the most of Resorts World. It is one of the must-see places to visit in Sentosa. One fun experience would be a visit to the Casino. You would need passports show that you are above 18 and to get free entry (locals have to pay a cover) and also ensure you carry formal wear. Beach clothing and flip-flips are not allowed here. But you can hit the roulette tables or play blackjack and enjoy various promotions on drinks and food.

For families, we would say that the Universal Studios is one of the top places to visit in Sentosa Island. There’s plenty to choose from – get on Ironman – the ride or sit on the world’s tallest duelling coasters – the Human Vs. Cylon. Or visit the water park.

Tip: Book tickets in advance with your agent and come early to avoid a queue. Also, carry a change of clothes or you will be uncomfortable after the water park.

For a day with chills and no thrills, go to the pool at the W hotel. It’s not crowded, and it isn’t outrageously expensive either. Take a relaxing swim, sunbathe and have a cocktail at noon.

One of the unique places to visit in Sentosa island would be the Capella Hotel. It has beautiful views of the South China Sea and serves a high tea at its restaurant, called the Cassis. We would advise an advance booking for this too as it is only available on weekends or public holidays.

The VivoCity is not technically in Sentosa but it’s almost there and it is Singapore’s largest mall, making it one of the places to go on Sentosa island. Again, we’d say go early to avoid crowds and sign off this day of retail therapy with a movie at any of its swanky theatres. 

When in Sentosa, take a day off for the beach. Stock up at Siloso Point for swimwear, beach mats, hats, etc. and go to the Tanjong Beach, as it is the most secluded and untouched. FYI, no beach in Singapore is dirty but if you’d like the beach to yourself then this is where you should go.

Take a bus and stop at a place called the Ficus. You will see a century-old Ficus tree, which faces a beautiful lotus pond and the South China Sea. A lot of weddings take place here. So, take a photo of yourselves here under this tree’s beautifully gnarled branches.

If you’re a history buff or just curious, make it a point to go to the Siloso fort. Its dark history is brought to life with documentaries, artefacts and a walk down the Surrender Chambers. You will see Sentosa’s change of guard from darkness into one of light – a beautiful starting point for us all.

SEA Aquarium is another itinerary mainstay for it is one of the world’s most advanced crafted aquatic habitat with close to 800 species across the waters. Mesmerise at all the colourful creatures before you leave.

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