Sentosa is Singapore’s very own playground. There are many things to do in Sentosa island. Here is a guide to some unique, off-the-beaten-trail things to do that you don’t have to share with the teeming tourist influx.
Sentosa is a veritable pleasure island. You may find your fun among its many attractions or on your own at a gentler, slower pace. But pleasure it will be, that much is only a given at this gentle, friendly land. A Sentona Island tour from SOTC is your perfect gateway to this tropical island paradise. So go ahead and experience the beauty of Sentosa on your next Singapore trip.
One of the serene things to do in Sentosa island is to go to the Tanjong Rimau, a small part of the coast that lies near the crowded Siloso Beach. Go to the back of Rasa Sentosa and cross a slightly rocky recline to get to this hidden paradise.
Also, find out when there is a low tide at Tanjong Rimau, walk further down its shores at low tide to witness crabs, corals, octopuses and even eels! Get your camera out and get a rare postcard from Singapore!
Taking a bus to a stop called Ficus is another one of the recommended things to do in Sentosa. This beautiful century old tree has a bus stop named after it, so it’s definitely worth your while. Act your kids’ age and climb it or die trying! The lotus pond in front of it also has a golf course attached. So, it’s a dose of green and nature, no matter where you look.
Go swim at the W hotel. It is fairly uncrowded, and it doesn’t cost you as much as you think it would. Enjoy cocktails after your laps or enjoy a wagyu burger. It is your own little piece of perfect poolside magic.
One of the super things to do in Sentosa island is renting a yacht for the day. It’s more affordable and easier at the Quayside Isle which has plenty of vacant yachts looking for a rental. Ask your travel agent to organize this for you. Live like a millionaire for the day and create some unforgettable memories.
Another one of the new things to do in Sentosa is to walk through the tree-lined avenues at the Allenbrooke Road. Its shady interiors will soothe your spirits and you will relax and enjoy this zero-cost experience as one of your tranquil moments in the hectic Sentosa.
One of the fun things to do in Sentosa is to spend an hour or a day at Capella Singapore, an old colonial resort. Walk around and enjoy the views of the three-tiered swimming pool overlooking the South China Sea and envy the guests who each have a personal assistant for their stay. Their restaurant called the Cassis offers a high-tea experience on weekends and public holidays so if you’re keen, ask your agent to book it.
Get away from the hectic pace and have a day at the Golfer’s Terrace. Keen golfers tee off, while their families enjoy light bites or cocktails in this shaded sanctuary which also offers equally delicious ocean views. We would say that this is one of the must do things in Sentosa, for golfers and non-golfers alike.