Pulau Ubin (Granite Island)
Pulau Ubin, also called Ubin Island, is an island situated in the north east of Singapore, to the west of Pulau Tekong. With locations such as:
A modern kelong, located between Pulau Ubin and Changi Point ferry terminal, serving diners with the freshest seafood. With the unique location, the restaurant can be an ideal location for corporate and social gatherings such as cocktails, birthdays, dinners & special occasions, product launches and business luncheons.
Most of Singapore’s many islets are located south of the mainland and so booking for Ferries are important to get there. These islands include:
Sentosa used to be a famous beach away from Singapore Island. Back then Singaporeans like to travel by ferry to this island for picnics, swimming and cycling. Now it has become one of the main tourist attractions, and one can easily spend two days exploring the entire place. With locations and features such as:
Built at a cost of S$140 million, development started in June 2003 and was completed in December 2006. The fully elevated 2.1-kilometre (1.3-mile; per direction) two-way line (4.3-km total track length) and three out of four stations opened on 15 January 2007. The fourth station, Waterfront, opened on 1 February 2010.
Sentosa Express is a monorail line connecting Sentosa island to HarbourFront on the Singapore mainland across the waters.
Singapore Cable Car
The Singapore Cable Car provides an aerial link from Mount Faber (Faber Peak Singapore) on the main island of Singapore to the resort island of Sentosa across the Keppel Harbour. Opened on 15 February 1974, it was the first aerial ropeway system in the world to span a harbour.
The Sentosa Boardwalk is a pedestrian walkway that leads to Sentosa. It is open 24 hours a day. It is sheltered and is equipped with escalators.
Resorts World Sentosa is Singapore’s integrated resort, offering key attractions including theme parks, hotels, spas, casinos, and meeting & incentive venues.
Aquatic amusement park with an aquarium, waterslides, a wave pool, tubing, snorkeling & more.
Experience Asia’s rich maritime history, an interactive, multi-sensorial museum for the whole family.
Taking you through a magical journey of love, the touching story of a pair of mechanical cranes and how their love transforms them into real birds.
Dolphin Island offers a range of programmes that gives you the opportunity to interact with Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphins and to learn about them.
You can now meet K-Pop stars anytime you want! Experience the magic of K-Pop through this high-tech hologram comprising both real and virtual performances.
A spectacular choreographed display of fire, water and light, designed by four-time Emmy award-winner Jeremy Railton.
World’s Largest Aquarium with Over 800 Species of Marine Animals!
Enter the thrilling world of movie magic as you “Ride the Movies” on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions.
Trick Eye Museum lets your imagination march into a miraculous dimension of original 3D artworks.
An amazing tropical garden with lots of greens, flowers and butterflies and other insects. Stroll through the lush surrounds of the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and allow 1,500 live butterflies – from over 50 species – to flutter about as you enjoy the cool outdoor conservatory. In an environment replicating nature as closely as possible, it is a monument built in remembrance of the hundreds and thousands of these tiny creatures lost due to increasing urbanization and deforestation worldwide.
Visitors can sample the different facets of Singapore under one roof in this museum. Singapore’s history from the 14th century to the early 20th century is recreated with life-size figures in the Pioneers of Singapore museum. Experience the battle of Malaya and Singapore in the Surrender Chambers which depicts Singapore during the war years of 1941 to 1945.
Madame Tussauds Singapore is a wax museum and tourist attraction at the Imbiah Lookout of Sentosa Island in Singapore. It officially opened on 25 October 2014 as the seventh Asian branch of the Madame Tussauds chain of wax museums worldwide.
Opened in July 2009, the S$2 million attraction offers a mix of adventure and thrills on this flying fox and high rope course. From the top of Sentosa’s nature-rich Mount Imbiah, visitors will be able have ‘the flight of their lives’ as they zip 450 metres over Sentosa’s lush forest canopy and land on an islet off Siloso Beach, at a height of over 70 metres – the steepest descent in Asia.
For a mind-blowing interactive experience, nothing beats Sentosa 4D Magix! Built at a cost of S$3.5 million, this state-of-the-art theatre offers a whole new generation of movie magic. Through the synchronization of a full spectrum of visual effects, surround sound, individually-controlled motion seats and special live environmental effects such as water spray, all the senses will be fully engaged like never before!
Get ready for a fascinating encounter with the biggest replica of Singapore’s most enduring symbol – The Merlion. Standing at 37 metres tall, this half-lion, half-fish creature brings guests to the depth of the sea as they walk side-by-side with legendary sea dragons and mythical mermaids.
This new portal to Sentosa’s nature aims to educate guests and allow them to appreciate the various species of flora and fauna that are unique to Sentosa’s environmental landscape.
Sentosa Luge is one of seven attractions within the Imbiah Lookout area in Sentosa Island. This tourist attraction is a 650 metres and SGD 5.5 million luge track with an aerial chair lift cableway that links the cluster of attractions at the hilltop near the Carlsberg Sky Tower to Siloso’s Beach entertainment hub on this famous resort island in Singapore.
Singapore’s tallest observatory tower offers panoramic views at 131 metres above sea level of Singapore, Sentosa, the Southern Islands, right up to neighbouring Malaysia and the Indonesian islands.
Built in the 1880s as part of a ring of British fortresses guarding the Singapore harbour, Fort Siloso is the sole surviving coastal fort. Over 100 years old, the fort stands as an important window to our colonial past and a poignant reminder of the war years.
This magnificent activity will provide for both audience participation and fantastic entertainment. It is an excellent form of sport and recreation and it helps develop one’s mind, body and coordination.
Intelligence, agility, and responsiveness are just some of the qualities our animal friends will demonstrate in this daily show at Palawan Amphitheatre.
Join the Gogreen Cycle & Island Explorer to experience a journey to a time when life on Sentosa was simpler. Embark on an enriching learning adventure with guides, taking you to different locations on Sentosa island and opening your eyes to something new!
Sentosa brings you Asia’s first and only thrilling Segway Eco Ride with a focus on fun and education.
With a transparent wind tunnel offering spectacular views of Siloso Beach and the South China Sea, iFly Singapore will offer the adrenaline-pumping sport at a flying height of 17 metres (five storeys), complete with state-of-the-art safety innovations and trainers will be on hand to guide flyers through the experience.
This 7,650-square metre simulated wave surfing attraction sits in the heart of the high-energy Siloso Beach.
Opened by Singapore’s then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew in 1974, Sentosa Golf Club is one of the most established golf clubs in Singapore. With over 1,500 members, most of whom are represented in Singapore’s high society; Sentosa Golf Club is truly in a class of its own.
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