Top 20 Things to Do in Sentosa Island (Full Guide 2019)

Things to do in Sentosa Island Guide

This is the most complete guide to Sentosa Island, Singapore.

Let me introduce to you the best and interesting things to do in Sentosa Island.

And to make this guide more informative and easy-to-understand, there are pictures and important information about each attractions.

If you’ve decided to take your next vacation to this gorgeous island in the south, here’s a super detailed guide for you to know how to go to Sentosa Island.

I’ll show you step-by-step to Sentosa Island through pictures with valuable information to help get a clearer understanding of the instructions.

Therefore, you can easily reach the island from Singapore. 🙂

From this blog, you can know several ways to get to Sentosa Island include the fastest and easiest way to reach the beautiful island.

In addition, I’ll share with you how to get around in the island based on my experiences of living in Singapore.

In summarize, you’ll know from this blog are:

  • Top 20 attractions you shouldn’t miss out to visit in Sentosa Island
  • The most beautiful photography spots in Sentosa
  • How to maximize your Sentosa Island trip
  • Smart way to buy your attraction tickets with cheaper price to save your pocket money
  • Sentosa Island Map
  • How to travel around in Sentosa
  • Step-by-step guide to Sentosa by MRT Train and (Sentosa Express Monorail/ Cable Car/ Sentosa Boardwalk)

Resorts World Sentosa

Sentosa Island SingaporeBig Picture of Sentosa Island (via Cable Car)

A sought-after destination in the thriving city-state of Singapore, Sentosa Island is just overwhelming with beauty and charms.

Wings of Time Music Dance in Sentosa IslandWings of Time Attraction

This melting pot of different cultures and exciting flavors also features a collection of fascinating attractions and spectacular sights.

Universal Studios Singapore Theme ParkUniversal Studios Singapore Theme Park

From Universal Studios Singapore to S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore to Resorts World Sentosa, there’s surely a place for all types of traveller.

Sentosa Island Attractions

Have fun under the sun as you wander around the breath-taking spots scattered within this famous island resort.

While in Singapore, it’s truly a must-do to visit and explore Sentosa Island.

It is loaded with almost everything you need for a perfect family getaway―popular tourist attractions, excellent hotels, fine restaurants, and picturesque views.

No wonder it is the best stop for travellers wanting to experience both worlds―culture and luxury.

Now, let’s explore the best and beautiful attractions in Sentosa Island. 🙂

20 Best Things to Do in Sentosa Island


 

1. Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore Rotating Globe

Knowing that the list of activities in Sentosa Island is abundant, the best way to start your adventure is to spend a full day in Universal Studios Singapore.

This celebrated theme park is unarguably one of the most visited attractions in Singapore, especially if you’ve got a thing for thrilling rides and unique experiences.

Jurassic Park at Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is Southeast Asia’s first-ever theme park and continues to be the most famous choice in this sub-region.

It’s impossible not to love this place because it offers 24 different rides and a wide line-up of captivating attractions and performances.

With seven themed zones, visitors get to enjoy a mix of activities all day long.

The Minion Characters at Universal Studios Singapore

See your favorite characters like Gru, Minions, Pinocchio, and Elmo in their specific zones.

Make sure you check their schedule first so that you’ll catch them on time.

Then, you can take the kids to Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase or Madagascar: A Crate Adventure.

If you want relax rides for the entire family, don’t miss Dino-Soarin, Magic Potion Spin, Treasure Hunters, and King Julien’s Beach Party-Go-Round.

Shrek 4-D Adventure

The Shrek 4-D Adventure is also something to forward to.

Watch this one of a kind 4D experience as Shrek and Fiona, together with their lovable friends, go on an adventure.

This unique movie is beaming with remarkable special effects that spell out fun and excitement.

Battlestar Galactica HUMAN vs CYLON Ride

For thrill-seekers, you’ll get heaps of options too, starting with the heart-stopping Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON down to the head-spinning Accelerator.

Transformer at Universal Studios Singapore

And, are you a fan of intergalactic wars?

Proceed to TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle and travel through the stirring ride covered with jaw-dropping effects.

Come to evening time, Universal Studios Singapore transforms into a magical paradise filled with night-time shows and spectacular fireworks display.

Hollywood Dreams Light up Parade at Universal Studios Singapore

The Hollywood Dreams Light-up Parade gathers all your favorite characters into one dazzling procession.

And to cap off the day, the Lake Hollywood Spectacular lights up the entire theme park with its bright colors and beautiful illuminations.

Know more about this favorite Southeast Asian Theme Park here:

Opening Hours
Sunday to Thursday:
10:00 – 19:00

Friday and Saturday:
10:00 – 22:00

*Please check the official website of Universal Studios Singapore if you like to know the latest opening time.

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13-59): SGD $79
Child (4-12): SGD $59
Senior (60 and above): SGD $41

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Resorts World Station
Step 2: Alight at Resorts World Station
Step 3: Walk to Universal Studios Singapore

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Get off at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Ride the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Resorts World Station
Step 5: Get down at Resorts World Station
Step 6: Walk to Universal Studios Singapore

2. S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore

SEA Aquarium in Sentosa Island

If you have around 2 to 3 hours to spare, then a visit to S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore is surely worth your time.

This famous Sentosa underwater world is a dream destination for marine lovers.

And if you’re travelling with your kids, start them young and tour them around this distinguished tourist spot that offers both marine entertainment and education.

Sharks at SEA Aquarium Singapore

Zebra Shark at SEA Aquarium SingaporeZebra Shark

Coral Fishes at SEA Aquarium Singapore

As one of the biggest and best aquariums in the world, you’ll certainly fall in love with all the marine wonders gathered into one spectacular spot within Sentosa Island.

The panoramic viewing panel gives you a more life-like experience, watching the striking sea creatures wandering around their habitat.

Open Ocean Habitat at SEA Aquarium Singapore

Blue Blubber Jellyfish at SEA Aquarium Singapore

Step into this underwater beauty with 50 habitats.

Each habitat shelters different marine species, from sharks to manta rays to goliath grouper and a lot more!

To give you an overview of the beautiful habitats inside the S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore, this includes

  • Shark Seas Habitat
  • Live Coral Habitat
  • Central and South American Habitat
  • Australian Sea Dragons
  • Open Ocean Habitat
  • Jellyfish
  • Giant Crab
  • Schooling Fish Habitat
  • Indo-pacific Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Coral Garden Habitat
  • Sea Dragon & Seahorse
  • Shipwreck Habitat

Underwater World in Singapore Sentosa Island

The Live Coral Habitat shelters some of the most vibrant marine species such as the Blue Tang, Unicornfish, White-Barred Boxfish, Surgeonfish and Globefish.

These colorful fishes swarm the coral reefs for an animated water experience.

Do you want to get a closer view of the Pufferfish or the Hammerhead Shark?

Pop by the Coral Garden Habitat and see some of these bloated-looking fish with spikes.

Then, head over to Shark Seas Habitat and witness these large creatures with unique head shape, swimming together with the other wildest ocean predators.

Mascot SEA Aquarium Singapore
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

For those who simply want a cuddly shark meeting, Sam the Shark and Mai the Manta Ray are just around the corner.

You can give them a tight embrace to dismiss your fears.

There’s a more to experience and enjoy at S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore.

So, here’s the S.E.A. Aquarium blog post that will give you a more comprehensive guide to help you prepare for your visit.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 19:00

Last admission: 18:30

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13 – 59): SGD $40
Child (4 – 12): SGD $29
Senior (60 and above): SGD $29

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Ride the Sentosa Express to Resorts World Station
Step 2: Get down at Resorts World Station
Step 3: Walk to SEA Aquarium

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Catch the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Resorts World Station
Step 5: Get off at Resorts World Station
Step 6: Walk to SEA Aquarium

3. Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore in Sentosa Island

Offering a collection of life-like wax figures and a series of interactive activities, Madame Tussauds Singapore is surely the place to go to meet your favorite stars and have a memorable day!

This close-up encounter is your rare chance to see eye to eye some of the world’s top action stars like Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

Cristiano Ronaldo Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds Singapore

For the athlete’s category, you’ll meet some sports legends such as Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Muhammad Ali, and Yao Ming.

Queen Elizabeth Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds Singapore

Make way for some notable leaders including Barack Obama, Lee Kuan Yew, Kwa Geok Choo, Lee Hsien Loong, and Queen Elizabeth II as they pose in prominence.

Also in attendance are Chairman Mao Zedong, Narendra Modi, Yusof Bin Ishak, Dr. H.C. IR. Soekarno, who have all led their nations into greatness.

Michael Jackson Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds Singapore

And, what about some of the best artists from the music industry like Michael Jackson, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and Madonna?

For sure you’ll go gaga over your dearest artist!

Madame Tussauds Singapore Terminator

Snap some pictures together with your favorite TV and film personalities like Oprah Winfrey, Gurmit Singh, Marilyn Monroe, Johnny Depp, Daniel Craig, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Then, experience the green carpet brilliance through the IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) Awards Experience.

Strike a pose together with Kajol Devgan, Madhuri Dixit-Nene, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

And of course, to complete the list of wax figures is the woman behind this world-renowned museum―Madame Tussauds herself.

Surprisingly, Madame Tussauds Singapore is not all about wax figures.

It also takes pride in other interactive attractions.

There’s the Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride that takes you to a colorful and historical water journey, accentuating the country’s cultural identity.

There’s also the Images of Singapore Live, where live actors and actress re-live the beautiful history of Singapore through theatrical storytelling and audience interaction.

Marvel 4D Adventures at Madame Tussauds Singapore

For Marvel fanatics, be enthralled with the epic Marvel 4D Experience that spells out ultimate thrill and fun.

Make sure you drop by the museum’s gift shop and take home some unique souvenirs like an Oscar trophy or a golden microphone.

With all the attractions speckled inside the museum, better yet spend around 2 hours.

If you want to plan ahead your trip to the museum, check out the Madame Tussauds Singapore blog post for more important details.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:
10:00 – 19:30 (Last Admission at 18:00)

Saturday to Sunday:
10:00 – 21:00 (Last Admission at 19:30)

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13+): SGD $42
Child (4 – 12): SGD $32
*Entry to Madame Tussauds Singapore, Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride, Images of Singapore LIVE and Marvel 4D Cinema

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Imbiah Station
Step 2: Alight at Imbiah Station
Step 3: Walk to Madame Tussauds Singapore

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

For Mount Faber Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Sentosa Station
Step 2: Walk to Madame Tussauds Singapore

For Sentosa Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Imbiah Lookout Station
Step 2: Walk to Madame Tussauds Singapore

4. Sentosa Skyline Luge

Skyline Luge in Sentosa Island

For a unique kind of outdoor experience, cruise around Skyline Luge & Skyride.

Set in a scenic setting, take on one of the trails or even all!

Skyline Luge Track in Sentosa Island

Everyone can choose from 4 different and exciting trails ―Jungle, Kupu Kupu, Expedition, and Dragon Trails.

These tracks and slopes offer distinct thrill and fun for everyone.

Skyline Luge Sentosa IslandSkyline Luge

The Kupu Kupu Trail is one of the newest trails, featuring a 638-metre pathway surrounded by lush forest and beautiful sights.

Another latest add-on is the Expedition Trail with 658 metres that travels through stirring tunnels and corners.

The Jungle Trail, on the other hand, is the shortest with 628 metres trail to complete.

Still, this one is fringed by spectacular sceneries of green and blue.

Last track is the Dragon Trail that runs along a lush rainforest with a hint of surprises. Some mythical dragons perhaps?

Skyride Sentosa IslandSkyride

Ride Skyride
Photo Credit: Skyline Luge Sentosa

Hop on the Skyride and gaze at the beautiful Sentosa Island up above.

See from afar the breath-taking Singapore skyline as well as the vast South China Sea.

And, you might get lucky and spot some endearing cockatoos welcoming you to their habitat.

This one is the perfect option if you just want to relax and have a chill time on a 4-seater chair, dangling in mid-air.

Skyline Luge Riding in Sentosa Island

Ride Skyline Luge
Photo Credit: Skyline Luge Sentosa

After, take the Skyline Luge cart and manage your way down.

To enjoy all the stimulating rides, allocate at least 1 to 2 hours.

Skyline Luge & Skyride is open morning until night time.

Accordingly, if you are on a tight schedule, there’s no need to worry because they are open from 10 AM to 9:30 PM.

So, if you love the vibrant nature colors peaking while you control your gears, visit during day time.

Skyline Luge at Night
Photo Credit: Klook

But if you want some romantic vibes, take your ride under the bright moon and stars.

Skyline Luge and Skyride Sentosa Island

Opening Hours

10:00 – 21:30

Last ride: 21:15

Normal Ticket Prices

Luge & Skyride (2 Rides): SGD $24
Luge & Skyride (4 Rides): SGD $29

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Beach Station

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Ride the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Sentosa Skyline Luge

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

For Mount Faber Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Sentosa Station
Step 2: Walk to Sentosa Skyline Luge

For Sentosa Line Cable Car Rider:f
Step 1: Alight at Imbiah Lookout Station
Step 2: Walk to Sentosa Skyline Luge

Google Maps

For Sentosa Express rider, head to: Sentosa Skyline Luge (Close to Beach Station)
For Cable Car rider, go to: Sentosa Skyline Luge (Close to Imbiah Lookout Station/ Sentosa Station)

5. Wings of Time

Wings of Time Shahbaz

Certainly, one of the best things to see in Sentosa at night is the totally amazing outdoor show―Wings of Time.

With the sweeping open sea as the background, this award-winning water presentation makes everything more magical.

Wings of Time Light and Music Show

Combining both water and laser effects, be fascinated with majestic pop of colors and illuminations.

Hence, dropping your jaws could be an understatement.

Wings of Time Firework Show

Prepare for a show that will take you to the edge of your seats!

Rachel and Felix Shows at Wings of Time

This multi-sensory exhibit is not just a simple display of colors, lights, and special effects but also a portrayal of a beautiful story that revolves around friendship and bravery.

Follow the animated characters as they take you to a dreamlike adventure.

Wings of Time African Savanna Show

Welcoming the magical conquest is Shahbaz, the fabled wing-creature, who was exposed by two friends, Rachel and Felix.

Underwater World Show at Wings of Time

Together, the three traveled across different historical scenery like the Silk Road, African Savanna, Underwater World, Mayan Pyramids, and more.

Shahbaz Show at Wings of Time

And as they uncover more truths about themselves, the artistic presentation becomes more and more impressive.

Firework Display at Wings of Time

Wings of Time Firework Display

So, don’t blink an eye or else you’ll miss something!

If you want to get a glimpse of this 20-25-minute water show, check out this YouTube video below:

Show Times

19:40 and 20:40

Normal Ticket Prices

Standard Seat: SGD $18
Premium Seat: SGD $23

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Beach Station

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Wings of Time

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Get down at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Take the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Get off at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to Wings of Time

6. Sentosa Merlion

Sentosa Merlion Statue

But of course, you can’t visit Sentosa Island without popping by this well-known landmark―the Merlion.

This giant statue stands at 121 feet, towering all other Merlion statues in the city-state.

Enter the park and be at awe with the famous mythical creature that holds a quite unique tale.

Legend says that this half lion, half fish animal is the guardian of prosperity of Singapore.

Through its magical powers, the Merlion protected the island from a fierce storm.

Up the present time, many Singaporeans continue to believe that this enormous being continues to guard the nation.

The unique features of Merlion also depict Singapore’s fascinating history.

It was once a fishing village, hence the tail. The lion head outlines the state’s original name, which is ‘singapura’ that means lion city.

Sentosa Merlion Park Surrounding

Surrounded by lush backdrops and vibrant colours, this is a great destination for those looking for a quick, peaceful getaway.

Sentosa Merlion Park Surrounding

And the best thing?

Wandering outside of the Sentosa Merlion is free.

Unless, you go into the Sentosa Merlion Tower, which requires a paid ticket.

Sentosa Merlion Video Presentation

Step inside Sentosa Merlion Tower and a staff will guide you to a video presentation in English.

This animated video gives you a peek of Singapore’s colourful past.

History of Sentosa Merlion

Know more about the interesting history of Sentosa Merlion with the plastered galleries along the corridor.

Sentosa Merlion Head

And, did you know that you can actually go inside the mouth of the Sentosa Merlion?

Sentosa Merlion Head and Mouth

Yes, and this is the spectacular view that awaits your arrival at the very mouth of this towering, historic creature.

Panoramic View at Merlion Tower

Be amazed by the vast expanse of panoramic sights surrounding the giant Merlion.

Skyline View from Merlion Tower

See how the gorgeous skyline creates a beautiful contrast with the natural landscapes and the colourful structures.

Sentosa Merlion Blessing Bell

Right after the sightseeing at the mouth of the Merlion, don’t forget to strike the bell for some blessings!

Sentosa Merlion Prosperity Coin

And, you can exchange your prosperity card for a prosperity coin. Such a great souvenir!

The prosperity card is given upon entry to the Sentosa Merlion Tower.

Sentosa Merlion Photo Taking Area

Strike pose at the photo shooting area inside.

Sentosa Merlion Souvenir Items

Lastly, make your way to the souvenir shop that sells a lot of traditional pieces you can bring home.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 20:00

Last admission: 19:30

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13 – 59): SGD $18
Child (4 – 12): SGD $15
Senior (60 and above): SGD $15

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Imbiah Station
Step 2: Alight at Imbiah Station
Step 3: Walk to Sentosa Merlion

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Sentosa Merlion

7. Adventure Cove Waterpark

Adventure Cove Waterpark in Sentosa Island

For the ultimate family fun and adventure, come and discover the beauty of outdoor at Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore.

This water theme park offers a lot of choices, from exciting rides to laid-back journeys to spectacular marine encounters.

No wonder it is one of the top waters parks in Asia.

Adventure Cove Waterpark
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Starting the amusement is the Adventure River that travels you through different landscapes, including an underwater tunnel, lush rainforest, bat cave, and more.

And, be ready for a rather extensive ride down the river because this one is 620-metre long.

Adventure Cove Waterpark
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa
Adventure Cove Waterpark
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa
Adventure Cove Waterpark
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Take your competitive skills to test as you take the Dueling Racer, a high-speed slide with a steep plunge.

For adventure-seeking travellers, you’ll not be disappointed with the Pipeline Plunge, Riptide Rocket, and Spiral Washout.

All three gives you that heart-thumping experience of a lifetime.

Have a blast at Tidal Twisters or get your groove right with all the twists and turns of Whirlpool Washout.

Adventure Cove Waterpark BluWaterBay
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

Another immersive yet equally exciting destination for the entire family is the Bluewater Bay―a place where you’ll catch some action-packed waves.

Big Bucket Treehouse Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

The Big Bucket Treehouse is a favorite among kids because it’s like a giant water playground.

Big water splashes are showered continuously for nonstop fun times.

For a quick break, there’s a giant yellow slide for everyone to try.

Without a doubt, Adventure Cove Waterpark is such a popular option, especially for families.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 18:00

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13 – 59): SGD $38
Child (4 – 12): SGD $30
Senior (60 and above): SGD $30

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Express to Resorts World Station
Step 2: Get off at Resorts World Station
Step 3: Walk to Adventure Cove Waterpark

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Get down at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Take the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Resorts World Station
Step 5: Alight at Resorts World Station
Step 6: Walk to Adventure Cove Waterpark

8. Trick Eye Museum

Battle a Dragon at Trick Eye Museum
Photo Credit: Klook

This isn’t like any other museums.

Trick Eye Museum in Sentosa is such a charm because of its Instagram-worth optical illusions.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Photo Credit: Klook

This unique attraction gives an amazing twist to normal museums.

It transforms fantastic artworks into spectacular backdrops.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Photo Credit: Klook

Here, you need to let out your imagination and act like you’re into it.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Photo Credit: Klook

All the wonderful sketches will surely heighten your photography skills!

Don’t worry, because you’ll never run out of picture-perfect spots in this upgraded 3D museum.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

With its AR (augmented reality) features, all the exhibits are truly Instragrammable!

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa

So, don’t miss all the fantastic optical illusions that are scattered all over the museum.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 21:00

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13 – 59): SGD $25
Child (4 – 12): SGD $20
Senior (60 and above): SGD $20

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Resorts World Station
Step 2: Get off at Resorts World Station
Step 3: Walk to Trick Eye Museum

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Get down at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Board the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Resorts World Station
Step 5: Alight at Resorts World Station
Step 6: Walk to Trick Eye Museum

9. Mega Adventure Park

Mega Adventure Park

Mega Adventure Park is a family-friendly spot in Sentosa Island that offers you amazing views and exciting attractions.

MegaClimb

Mega Climb

MegaClimb is one of its most popular things to do in this scenic nature park.

Mega Climb Pathway

Navigate your way on top and catch a glimpse of the relaxing views surrounding the elevated pathway.

Mega Climb Adventurous Rope

Ranging from 5 to 15 meters high, this fun and adventurous rope course is definitely a must-try.

MegaClimb

Conquer your fear of heights as you complete all the soaring obstacles.

And, don’t forget to showcase your balancing abilities!

MegaClimb

Truly, MegaClimb keeps you in high spirits while also giving your relaxing nature vibes.

MegaJump

MegaJump

If you’ve got a thing for heights, then MegaJump is for you.

This nerve-wracking attraction is like jumping off a helicopter.

Surely, it’s a great jump that will intensify your senses!

Prepare your heart as you free fall from a 15-metre structure and go swinging for a couple of seconds.

MegaZip

Mega Adventure Park Zipline
Photo Credit: Mega Adventure

And, what about a thrilling yet satisfying journey above the lush sceneries and the blue waters?

MegaZip Adventure
Photo Credit: Klook

MegaZip is great for adventurous families and friends who want to get suspended up in the air.

At 60kph, this one is truly a remarkable zipline experience.

Opening Hours

11:00 – 19:00

Normal Ticket Prices

MegaZip + MegaClimb + MegaJump: SGD $70
MegaZip (2 Rides): SGD $65

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Mega Adventure/ Opp Mega Adventure

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Get down at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Mega Adventure Tram Stop
Step 5: Get off at Mega Adventure Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Mega Adventure Park

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Siloso Point Station
Step 2: Get down at Siloso Point Station
Step 3: Walk to Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 4: Take the Beach Tram from Siloso Point Tram Stop to Opp Mega Adventure Tram Stop
Step 5: Get down at Opp Mega Adventure Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Mega Adventure Park

10. Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

Want to have a memorable 4D experience?

Sentosa 4D Adventureland gives you a whole lot of fun with its fantastic range of entertainment packages.

For you to fully enjoy this high-tech zone, choose the Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (4-in-1 unlimited) package.

But if you’re on a tight budget, you can have the Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (3-in-1) package.

Desperados

Desperados 4D Interactive Shoot out Game
Photo Credit: Sentosa 4D Adventure

Be thrilled with Desperados’ fast-paced, interactive shootout game.

Desperados 4D Interactive Shoot out Game
Photo Credit: Sentosa 4D Adventure

Aim your toy gun to the enemies and win the game, which is full of intellectual and tactical challenges.

Journey 2 The Mysterious Island

Journey 2 The Mysterious Island 4D Movie
Photo Credit: Sentosa 4D Adventure

Another must-see 4D movie is Journey 2 The Mysterious Island―a highly entertaining sci-fi comedy movie.

Extreme Log Ride

Extreme Log Ride Virtual 4D Rollercoaster
Photo Credit: Sentosa 4D Adventure

And for a more stirring kind of entertainment, there’s the Extreme Log Ride.

This virtual 4D rollercoaster is such a favourite amongst the brave hearts.

Haunted Mine Ride 4D

Haunted Mine Ride 4D
Photo Credit: Klook

To complete the stimulating adventures, head to Haunted Mine Ride and meet some lifelike creatures!

And there’s nothing to worry because both Extreme Log Ride and Haunted Mine Ride are not actual rollercoasters!

These are just virtual 4D rides that aren’t that fast-moving and totally scary compared to the real ones.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 21:00

Last admission: 20:15

Normal Ticket Prices

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (Any One Ride):
SGD $22.90

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (3-in-1):
Adult (13+): SGD $35
Child (3-12): SGD $24

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (4-in-1 Unlimited):
Adult (13+): SGD $46.90
Child (3-12): SGD $33.90

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Express to Imbiah Station
Step 2: Alight at Imbiah Station
Step 3: Walk to Sentosa 4D Adventureland

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

For Mount Faber Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Sentosa Station
Step 2: Walk to Sentosa 4D Adventureland

For Sentosa Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Imbiah Lookout Station
Step 2: Walk to Sentosa 4D Adventureland

11. iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore is one of a kind experience gives you a rare chance to try indoor skydiving.

Yup, that means you get to fly for a couple of minutes―once or twice―if you’re a first-timer!

iFly Singapore
Photo Credit: Klook

This amazing activity can be a great alternative for the electrifying outdoor skydiving.

Plus, it’s much cheaper compared to the real one!

iFly Singapore
Photo Credit: Klook

And just in case you do not know, iFly Singapore features the largest themed wind tunnel for an epic free-falling.

Here, you get to fly at 12,000 ft., then fall at 3,000 ft.! How cool is that?

Opening Hours

Monday to Tuesday:
09:00 – 21:30

Wednesday:
11:00 – 21:30

Thursday to Sunday:
09:00 – 21:30

Last flight: 21:30

Normal Ticket Prices

Ages 7 and above: SGD $119

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Beach Station

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to iFly Singapore

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Catch the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Get off at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to iFly Singapore

12. Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom

Within this lush nature expanse, you’ll find beautiful butterflies and insects.

The Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom is a fun-filled spot for kids and even adults.

Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
Photo by Maksym Kozlenko/ CC BY-SA 4.0

This lush landscape is filled with captivating and multi-coloured butterflies.

Iguana at Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
Photo by Maksym Kozlenko/ CC BY-SA 4.0

This giant iguana also makes its presence known with its scaly skin and commanding aura.

Parrot at Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
Photo by Maksym Kozlenko/ CC BY-SA 4.0

There’s also a brightly-coloured parrot living here, which is another sight to see.

Parrots at Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
Photo by Maksym Kozlenko/ CC BY-SA 4.0

And don’t forget to send your regards to these vibrant parrots!

Opening Hours

09:00 – 19:00

Last admission: 18:30

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (13+): SGD $20
Child (3-12): SGD $14

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Imbiah Station
Step 2: Alight at Imbiah Station
Step 3: Walk to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

For Mount Faber Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Sentosa Station
Step 2: Walk to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

For Sentosa Line Cable Car Rider:
Step 1: Alight at Imbiah Lookout Station
Step 2: Walk to Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

13. Animal and Bird Encounters

Animal Encounters

The creatures at Animal and Bird Encounters never fail to surprise travellers with their awareness, charm, and intelligence!

Animal Encounters Schedule

Check out the Animal Encounters schedule ahead so that you can maximize your time.

Bird Encounters

Bird Encounters Parrots Competition

Enjoy the funny parrot competition at the Bird Encounters.

See who wins the amusing battle between the blue-and-yellow and red parrots!

Close Encounters

Close Encounters

At 4 PM, head to the Close Encounters and meet the parrots, once again!

Close Encounters Red Parrot

First on the list is the red parrot that literally stands out because of its vibrant colours―and charms.

Close Encounters Ringneck Parrot

Next in line is the highly intelligent ringneck parrot.

And if you love these two parrot species, you’re lucky because you can take photos with these colourful birds.

On the Wild Side

On the Wild Side Cockatoo

Now, On the Wild Side, there’s the cockatoo, which is a total fan favourite too!

Cockatoo Performance

Be amazed by how the cockatoo carefully listen to the instructions given to them.

Eagle

Also, in attendance is the king of all birds―the eagle!

Hamadryas Baboon

Further, there’s the hamadryas baboon who would go climbing and swinging all around the tall trees.

Iguana

To top off the meet and greet, say hi to the giant iguana.

You can touch this giant lizard as well as take a photo of the eagle right after the show.

Opening Hours

14:00 – 17:30

Ticket Price

Free

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Palawan Kidz City/ Opp Palawan Kidz City

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Take the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 5: Alight at Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Animal & Bird Encounters

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Take the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Alight at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 7: Take the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 8: Get down at Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 9: Walk to Animal & Bird Encounters

14. Wave House Sentosa

Wave House Sentosa
Photo Credit: Wave House Sentosa

Skip the beach and catch some mad-made waves at Wave House Sentosa.

This awesome place lets you surf like a pro through its FlowRider.

Surfing at Wave House Sentosa
Photo Credit: Wave House Sentosa

Show your amazing surfing tricks and enjoy the endless stream of water that flows at roughly 32 km/hr.

But beware because this sport can be addictive and you might end up catching waves all day long!

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:
12:00 – 21:00

Saturday to Sunday:
11:00 – 21:00

Last session: 20:00

Normal Ticket Prices

Flowrider:
Monday to Friday: SGD $35
Saturday to Sunday: SGD $40

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Siloso Beach Resort/ Opp Siloso Beach Resort

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Catch the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Opp Siloso Beach Resort Tram Stop
Step 5: Alight at Opp Siloso Beach Resort Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Wave House Sentosa

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Siloso Point Station
Step 2: Alight at Siloso Point Station
Step 3: Walk to Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 4: Board the Beach Tram from Siloso Point Tram Stop to Siloso Beach Resort Tram Stop
Step 5: Get down at Siloso Beach Resort Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Wave House Sentosa

15. KidZania Singapore

KidZania Singapore

If you’re travelling with kids, then KidZania Singapore is a must-visit.

It is a large, indoor destination in Sentosa that offers lots of kid-friendly attractions and activities.

Aviation at KidZania Singapore
Photo Credit: KidZania Singapore

Welcome aboard! Let the kids wear their aviation uniform and act like they run a real plane.

Cook BBQ Meat at KidZania Singapore
Photo Credit: KidZania Singapore

Or, if they want to be a future chef, let them prepare and cook their own barbecue meat.

Fire Station at KidZania Singapore
Photo Credit: KidZania Singapore

The fire station is another hit are in KidZania Singapore, where kiddos can learn how to use the water hose.

Science Laboratory at KidZania Singapore
Photo Credit: KidZania Singapore

And for the soon-to-be scientists, there’s the science laboratory complete with all sorts of scientific stuff.

Opening Hours

10:00 – 18:00

Normal Ticket Prices

Adult (18 – 59): SGD $35
Child (3 – 17): SGD $62
Senior (60 and above): SGD $25

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Palawan Kidz City/ Opp Palawan Kidz City

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Take the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 5: Alight at Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to KidZania Singapore

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Catch the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Ride the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Get off at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 7: Ride the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 8: Get off at Palawan Kidz City Tram Stop
Step 9: Walk to Animal & Bird Encounters

16. Sentosa Crane Dance

Sentosa Crane Dance

Held every night at 8 PM, the Sentosa Crane Dance is considered one of the beautiful animated shows in the island.

It underscores ground-breaking technology advancements and astounding technical skills―both creating a one of a kind visual performance.

And, the spectacular animatronics and sound drama surely adds a whole new dimension to the show.

Sentosa Crane Dance Performance

Be amazed by how these two mechanical cranes dance gracefully.

And if you don’t have an idea that these are technology-powered creations, weighing at least eighty tons each with a height of a ten-storey building, you’ll think that these are simply giant skillful dancers in sync with the beat.

But behind the beautiful movements and spectacular effects of water jets and light illuminations lies a rather unique love story between two power-driven cranes.

Follow the distinct tale of the two enormous cranes as they both transformed into real birds through the magic of love.

This lyrical presentation is such a sight to see at night because it also highlights the charm of Asian folklore in a digital setting.

Sentosa Crane Dance Show

Sentosa Crane Dance only lasts around 10 minutes.

And it comes with open-air seating.

So, gather your family and friends and behold the amazing courtship ritual by two steel cranes set in the midst of the glistening water illusion.

Don’t worry because there’s no need to spend another dollar for a world-renowned attraction like this because it’s for free!

This epic night show is definitely a great catch for travelers!

Here’s a quick look of what this spectacular performance is all about.

Show Times

20:00

Ticket Price

Free

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Express to Resorts World Station
Step 2: Alight at Resorts World Station
Step 3: Walk to Sentosa Crane Dance

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Get off at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Catch the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Resorts World Station
Step 5: Alight at Resorts World Station
Step 6: Walk to Sentosa Crane Dance

Google Maps

17. Fort Siloso Skywalk and Fort Siloso

Fort Siloso Park

Fort Siloso Skywalk and Fort Siloso are two historic and scenic spots in Sentosa.

Fort Siloso Skywalk

Start the adventure at Fort Siloso Skywalk.

Fort Siloso Skywalk Tower and Lift

Step into the Siloso Skywalk Tower and take the lift dangling up to 11-storeys high.

Siloso Beach view at Fort Siloso Skywalk

From up above, you’ll catch a sight of the spectacular Siloso beach and its equally beautiful islands.

Fort Siloso Skywalk Bridge

Walk your way along the extensive bridge surrounded by gorgeous sweeps of green and blue.

Just follow the trail and it will lead you to the historic Fort of Siloso.

There are Fort Siloso maps plastered around the walkway for easy navigation.

25 Pounder Howitzer Gun

One of the many gun collections is the famous 25-pounder howitzer gun.

It was considered as a main field gun during World War II.

7 Inch RML Gun

Then, there’s the replica of a 7-inch RML gun that fires QF Fixed Ammunition.

Battery Command Post

The Battery Command Post is the place where communications between soldiers and commanders were exchanged.

Breech Load Guns

Breech load guns are also in display.

These guns are not loaded directly to the barrel but rather at the breech end.

6 Inch QF Emplacement With A Pedestal Mounted Gun

You can’t miss the 6-Inch QF emplacement with its pedestal mounted gun because of its bright colours.

Soldiers Loading Gun Shells for 6 Inch Gun

In this room, you can picture out how the soldiers load gun shells for the 6-inches gun.

Parbuckling

In contrast to all the guns, mortars, cannons, there’s the parbuckling equipment, which was used to efficiently move heavy objects.

Soldier Life

Beyond their courageous journeys, this is the life of the brave soldiers on the battlefield.

Barrack Room

The barrack-room is where the soldiers sleep after a long and tiring battle.

Cookhouse

The cookhouse gives you a preview of how meals for soldiers were prepared during the early time.

Fort Siloso Map

To wander around the historic coastal fort, use this Fort Siloso Map as reference.

And there’s no need to worry because these maps are installed in Fort Siloso for easy exploration.

This will surely help you go to the attractions conveniently.

Opening Hours

Fort Siloso Skywalk:
09:00 – 19:00

Fort Siloso:
10:00 – 18:00

Ticket Prices

Free

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Siloso Point

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Take the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 5: Alight at Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Fort Siloso Skywalk

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Siloso Point Station
Step 2: Alight at Siloso Point Station
Step 3: Walk to Fort Siloso Skywalk

18. Siloso Beach

Siloso Beach

Another family-friendly destination at the south-western coast of Sentosa is the Siloso Beach.

A famous picnic spot every weekend, don’t miss the playground and enjoy some beach games.

Nestopia Playground Siloso Beach

This eco-resort is also a favorite playground among children and kids at heart.

Get active with all the outdoor activities at hand like sandcastle building, beach volleyball, kayaking, cycling, skim-boarding, and more.

Siloso Beach 1

For your convenience, there’s a fantastic line-up of restaurants, bars, and local stalls along near the coastline.

Siloso Beach 2

Whether you want to go on a fun-filled adventure with your family or simply bask along the sands, Siloso Beach is such a perfect destination.

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Siloso Point

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 5: Get down at Siloso Point Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Siloso Beach

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Siloso Point Station
Step 2: Alight at Siloso Point Station
Step 3: Walk to Siloso Beach

Google Maps

19. Palawan Beach and Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

Palawan Beach

Trying all the exciting and fascinating activities in Sentosa Island can sore your muscles.

So, relax under the sun at Palawan Beach.

Refresh your tired feet and enjoy the scenic waters and towering palm trees.

This beautiful beach in the southwest part of the island is such a popular spot for families and friends.

It is abounded by immaculate white sands and lush landscape as well as a variety of shops and food stalls surrounding the area.

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

Linking the Palawan Beach and the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia is a narrow hanging bridge.

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

Though this bridge swings and sways a lot, especially if there are lots of people crossing by, don’t worry because it is only suspended by a few metres above the water.

At the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia, there are two look-out towers that give bird’s eye view of the Singapore Port.

Observe how freight ships make their way to the waters.

Palawan Pirate Ship Water Park

Built for children 3 to 10 years old, the Palawan Pirate Ship is another fun spot in the area.

For sure, they’ll love the spectacular pirate designs, spouting fountains, and amazing slides.

Plus, this play area is for free, so bring your kids here for some water splashing adventure!

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Palawan Beach/ Opp Palawan Beach/ Southernmost Point of Continental Asia/ Opp Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Opp Southernmost Point of Continental Asia Tram Stop
Step 5: Get off at Opp Southernmost Point of Continental Asia Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Palawan Beach and Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Board the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Alight at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 7: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Opp Southernmost Point of Continental Asia Tram Stop
Step 8: Get down at Opp Southernmost Point of Continental Asia Tram Stop
Step 9: Walk to Palawan Beach and Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

20. Tanjong Beach

Tanjong Beach

Finish your beach escapades with a trip to Tanjong Beach.

Tanjong Beach Club

Known for its serene scenery and laid-back vibes, the Tanjong Beach Club is the place to go to unwind.

You can even take your adorable four-legged pets here!

Tanjong Beach Bar

Aside from the long stretch of fine, white sand, get entertained by the outdoor Jacuzzi and the beach bar that offers an all-day menu for everyone.

Take in the calmness as you build your own sandcastle.

And you can even go angling in Tanjong Beach.

It is actually a favored spot to catch some fishes.

So, swim, relax, and enjoy this tranquil beach sanctuary located in Sentosa Island.

Beach Tram Stop

By Beach Tram: Alight at Tanjong Beach

How to get there by Monorail

Step 1: Take the Sentosa Express to Beach Station
Step 2: Alight at Beach Station
Step 3: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 4: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Tanjong Beach Tram Stop
Step 5: Get down at Tanjong Beach Tram Stop
Step 6: Walk to Tanjong Beach

How to get there by Cable Car How to get there by Cable Car

Step 1: Board the Sentosa Line Cable Car to Merlion Station
Step 2: Alight at Merlion Station
Step 3: Walk to Imbiah Station
Step 4: Take the Sentosa Express from Imbiah Station to Beach Station
Step 5: Alight at Beach Station
Step 6: Walk to Beach Tram Station
Step 7: Board the Beach Tram from Beach Tram Station to Tanjong Beach Tram Stop
Step 8: Get down at Tanjong Beach Tram Stop
Step 9: Walk to Tanjong Beach

Money-Saving Tips for visiting Sentosa Attractions


 

Do you want to save money for your Sentosa trip?

Try booking your tickets online and you’ll be surprised by all the savings you’ll get!

Klook Singapore Attraction Ticket

When you book your tickets from Klook, you actually get cheaper rates compared to buying over the ticketing counters.

Klook is widely popular among travellers eyeing for discounted rates and ultimate convenience.

And, they don’t just offer low-priced tickets for attractions and activities but also 4G SIM Card and transportation.

This world’s leading booking platform has been proven and tested by massive travellers all over the world.

As a result, they are tagged as a safe and trusted online booking platform for local and international travellers!

If you’re visiting Sentosa Island soon, then you’ll get a great deal of cheaper attraction tickets from Klook.

Whatever your choice of adventure, they have a more practical option on offer.

Let’s say you want to visit Sentosa’s top attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium, and Madame Tussauds Singapore.

And oh, you can also include other popular places like Sentosa Skyline Luge, Trick Eye Museum, and Singapore Cable Car!

Did you know that you can get a whole lot of savings by just booking this 5 attractions and cable car tickets from Klook?

If you’re a couple, you’ll save over SGD $100 while around SGD $200 for a family of four.

Amazing, right?

That’s why I never fail to book my overseas travel adventures via Klook.

The great Klook discounts really helped me save so much money compared to on-site purchases!

So, if you’re planning to go to these spectacular Sentosa attractions, skip the queue and save money by using Klook.

Take advantage of their cheaper rates so that you spend more money on important purchases like foods and souvenirs!

To get more information about all the admission ticket deals offered by Klook for Sentosa attractions, check the table below.

Sentosa AttractionsDiscounted Ticket Prices
Universal Studios SingaporeCheck Price Here
SEA Aquarium SingaporeCheck Price Here
Madame Tussauds SingaporeCheck Price Here
Sentosa Skyline LugeCheck Price Here
Wings of TimeCheck Price Here
Sentosa MerlionCheck Price Here
Adventure Cove WaterparkCheck Price Here
Trick Eye MuseumCheck Price Here
Mega Adventure ParkCheck Price Here
Sentosa 4D AdventurelandCheck Price Here
iFly SingaporeCheck Price Here
Butterfly Park & Insect KingdomCheck Price Here
Wave House SentosaCheck Price Here
KidZania SingaporeCheck Price Here
Singapore Cable CarCheck Price Here

And if you want to see all discounted Singapore attraction tickets, including Sentosa, just check out the link below.

How to get around in Sentosa Island?


 

1. Get a Sentosa Island Map

Sentosa Guide Map

Cost: Free

First things first, you need to provide yourself with a Sentosa Island Map.

You can get this essential document at any Sentosa Express Monorail Stations, Cable Car Stations, and Sentosa Boardwalk―for free!

2. Follow Direction Boards when inside the Island

Sentosa Direction Boards

Exploring around Sentosa Island might be a bit challenging but not if you keep an eye on the direction boards.

You can find these boards installed around Sentosa Island for quick reference and easy navigation.

3. Sentosa Express

Sentosa Express Monorail Station

Cost: Free (Inside the Island)
Cost: SGD $4 (Transfer from Singapore to Sentosa Island)

One of the most convenient ways to travel around Sentosa Island is to take the Sentosa Express monorail.

Sentosa Express Monorail Stations

By paying SGD $4, you can transfer from Singapore to Sentosa Island with ease.

Once you get to the island, you can hop from one station to another, from Resorts World Station to Imbiah Station to Beach Station, and back and forth.

Surprisingly, these trips are all for free!

And even when you leave Sentosa Island via Sentosa Express monorail, there’s actually no charge.

Tips for You:

If you use other ways to go to Sentosa Island like walking/ cable car/ taxi, then you don’t need to pay the monorail fare of SGD $4.

But, you’re free to use the Sentosa Express Monorail inside the Sentosa Island.

Other than this, you can board the Sentosa Express back to Singapore from Sentosa Island which is free of charge too.

The monorail fare SGD $4 only apply for those who wish to ride the monorail from Singapore to Sentosa Island.

Operating Hours:
7:00 am – 12:00 am daily
Every 4 to 8 minutes

4. Beach Tram

Sentosa Beach Tram

Cost: Free

The Beach Tram is another great transportation feature in Sentosa Island.

It caters to travelers looking for some laid-back vibes by the beach.

The vehicle transports you to the popular family-friendly beaches framing the island―Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach.

These beaches are suitable for a quick and chill getaway.

Aside from the picturesque blue vistas, everyone will love the surrounding amenities of the beaches, from picnic spots to restaurants to playgrounds.

So, if you are in need of a relaxing retreat from all the electrifying adventures, the scenic beaches are open for everyone.

Sentosa Beach Tram Route

And did you know that the Beach Tram is for free?

Yes, just hop aboard the vehicle and you’re off for some soothing beach escapades.

Make sure to take into account the operating hours daily and the last trip of the tram so that you’ll not mess up your plans.

Also, know ahead the stop points of the Sentosa Beach Tram to make your trip more organized.

Operating Hours:
Sunday to Friday 9:00 am – 10:30 pm
Last Beach Tram from Beach Station leaves at 10:00 pm
Every 10 minutes

Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 am
Last Beach Tram from Beach Station leaves at 11:30 pm
Every 10 minutes

5. Bus A

Sentosa Bus A

Cost: Free

Bus A lets you tour around Sentosa Island conveniently without any cost.

Sentosa Bus A Route

The picture above shows the Bus A route.

It starts and ends at Beach Station, with seven pick-up/ drop-off points.

The bus becomes available every 7-15 minutes, so it’s suitable for those who are on a tight schedule.

6. Bus B

Sentosa Bus B

Cost: Free

In case Bus A is fully occupied, there’s another option―Bus B, which is also free.

Sentosa Bus B Route

Compared to Bus A, Bus B has a longer frequency, which is every 20-25 minutes.

But, it has more pick-up points, making it more convenient.

7. Sentosa Line Cable Car

Sentosa Line Cable Car

Cost: Not Free

Another way to see the beauty of Sentosa is by hopping aboard a cable car.

Take note that this is not a free ride.

And if buy your tickets from the physical counter, the ticket price is SGD $35 (Adult) and SGD $25 (Child).

To save money, book your cable car tickets here and enjoy a 30% discount!

Online car cable tickets are definitely much cheaper compared to buying on-site.

Sentosa Cable Car Route Guide

Here’s the cable car route for both Mount Faber Line and Sentosa Line.

My Opinion:

For me, best and easiest ways to travel around Sentosa Island are through the Sentosa Express and Beach Tram.

The Cable Car is optional, though it’s still popular among tourists because of its convenience and view.

Riding the cable car from Singapore to Sentosa Island is simply breath-taking!

It offers a striking 360-degree view of the entire Sentosa Island, surrounded by stunning beaches, vibrant rainforests, and beautiful skyline.

Plus, you’ll capture the scenic Singapore Harbour from your cable car window!

To make it easier, you can just skip both Bus A and Bus B.

And, focus on Sentosa Express, Beach Tram, and Cable Car (Optional), which are enough to cover all attractions in Sentosa Island.

How to get to Sentosa Island by MRT Train and Sentosa Express? (The Fastest and Easiest Way)


 

Sentosa Express Monorail

Quick Guide to Sentosa (MRT Train + Sentosa Express)

Guide to Sentosa Island by MRT Train and Sentosa Express

  1. Take the North East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station because this is the nearest MRT Station to Sentosa Island.
  2. Once you reached the HarbourFront MRT Station, walk out the Exit E for VivoCity Shopping Mall and Sentosa Express.
  3. After that, take the escalators up to the Level 3 of VivoCity.
  4. You can buy the Sentosa Express ticket from the ticketing counter which is located at Level 3 of VivoCity.
  5. The ticket price is SGD $4 and you can pay by Cash or Credit Card. Alternative, you can ride the Sentosa Express Monorail by using your EZ-Link Card.
  6. Take the Sentosa Express Monorail from VivoCity Station to (Resorts World Station/ Imbiah Station/ Beach Station). (Refer here for a very detailed guide to Sentosa with pictures)

Kindly Take Note:
In April 2019, two Sentosa Express Stations were renamed.

  • Sentosa Station was renamed to VivoCity Station.
  • Waterfront Station was renamed to Resorts World Station.

Sentosa Express Operating Hours: 07:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Time Required (one-way):
VivoCity Station to Resorts World Station = 3 minutes
VivoCity Station to Imbiah Station = 4 minutes
VivoCity Station to Beach Station = 5 minutes

Total Travel Cost
= VivoCity Station to Sentosa Island
= SGD $4
*You’re free to ride Sentosa Express Monorail in Sentosa Island and also free for the return trip.

The Detailed Guide to Sentosa with Pictures (MRT Train + Sentosa Express)

1. Take the North East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station.

After alight at HarbourFront MRT Station, follow the Exit E direction board because it’ll lead you to Sentosa Express Monorail Station (VivoCity Station).

You need to walk up the stairs and then turn left.

VivoCity Escalators

2. You’ll spot the escalators on ahead, go up the escalators.

VivoCity Escalators
3. Continue go up the escalators until you arrive Level 3 of VivoCity.

VivoCity Level 3
4. When you reach Level 3, take a u-turn.

Sentosa Express Ticketing Counter

5. Sentosa Express ticketing counter just located in front of you.

The Sentosa Express ticketing counter is setup for tourists to buy the monorail ticket in order to get on the Sentosa Express Monorail.

The monorail fare is SGD $4 and can be paid by cash, NETS and credit cards.

Once you get the monorail ticket, just simply touch it to the reader at the boarding gate of VivoCity Station.

Then, you can get on the Sentosa Express Monorail.

If you have EZ-Link Card, you don’t need to buy the Sentosa Express ticket.

You can use it directly by just scanning your EZ-Link Card at the boarding gate of VivoCity Station.

It’ll automatically deducted SGD $4 from your MRT Card.

The SGD $4 already covered the entrance fees of Sentosa Island.

In addition, you’re completely free to ride Sentosa Express Monorail in Sentosa Island and even leaving from Sentosa Island.

That’s mean you only have to pay SGD $4 and free to ride Sentosa Express Monorail in Sentosa Island for whole day.

VivoCity Station Boarding Gate

6. Touch your Sentosa Express ticket or EZ-Link Card to the reader at the boarding gate of VivoCity Station.

Sentosa Express Monorail Station Route

Board the Sentosa Express Monorail at VivoCity Station.

You’re eligible to get off at Resorts World Station/ Imbiah Station/ Beach Station. Depend on which attractions you plan to visit.

How to go back to HarbourFront MRT Station from Sentosa via Sentosa Express?

Sentosa Island to HarbourFront by Sentosa Express Guide

  1. Walk to Resorts World Station/ Imbiah Station/ Beach Station.
  2. Board the Sentosa Express Monorail from Resorts World Station/ Imbiah Station/ Beach Station to VivoCity Station.
  3. You need to get down at VivoCity Station.
  4. Then, take the escalator down to Level 1 of VivoCity.
  5. When you arrived at Level 1 of VivoCity, you’ll see the HarbourFront MRT Station just on your right-hand side.
    *It’s just the opposite way how you get to Sentosa via Sentosa Express.

How to reach Sentosa Island via MRT Train and Sentosa Boardwalk?


 

Sentosa Boardwalk Between VivoCity and Sentosa Island

Quick Guide to Sentosa (MRT Train + Sentosa Boardwalk)

HarbourFront MRT Station to Sentosa Island via Sentosa Boardwalk

  1. Board the North East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station.
  2. When you arrived at HarbourFront MRT Station, walk out the Exit E for VivoCity Shopping Mall and Sentosa Boardwalk.
  3. After that, you should take the escalators up to Level 1 of VivoCity.
  4. Follow the direction boards for “The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk” at the Level 1 of VivoCity.
  5. The direction boards will guide you walk to the Sentosa Boardwalk.
  6. Walk through the Sentosa Boardwalk.
  7. After crossed the Sentosa Boardwalk, you’ll discover many direction boards for different attractions in Sentosa Island. Just follow the one that will lead you to the attractions you wish to visit. (Refer here for a very detailed guide to Sentosa with pictures)

What is Sentosa Boardwalk?
If you don’t know what is Sentosa Boardwalk, actually it’s a pedestrian walkway connected between Sentosa Island and VivoCity.

The Sentosa Boardwalk is well-sheltered and even installed with moving walkways to prevent you expose to sunlight and also save your tired feet.

Sentosa Boardwalk Operating Hours: 24 Hours

Time Required (one-way)
= Sentosa Boardwalk to Sentosa Island
= 10 minutes

Total Travel Cost = HarbourFront MRT Station to Sentosa Island
= Free
*Entry fees to Sentosa Island is Free!

The Detailed Guide to Sentosa with Pictures (MRT Train + Sentosa Boardwalk)

Harbourfront MRT Station

1. Catch the North East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station.

When you get off at HarbourFront MRT Station, look for the Exit E signpost, it’ll guide you to Sentosa Boardwalk.

You need to go up the stairs and then turn left.

VivoCity Escalators

2. The escalators just on ahead, go up the escalator to Level 1 of VivoCity.

VivoCity Escalators
3. Keep on the left-lane and going straight.

The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk Signboard
4. Follow The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk direction board.

Walkway to Sentosa Boardwalk

5. You should turn left at the cross-junction.

The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk Signboard
6. Continue follow the signpost for The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk.

Walkway to Sentosa Boardwalk
7. Continue straight.

The Promenade Sentosa Boardwalk Signboard
8. Go out the glass door and walk until the end then turn left.

Walkway to Sentosa Boardwalk

9. Now, you’ll spot the Sentosa Boardwalk (Pedestrian Walkway) located on your left-angle view.

The Sentosa Island just located opposite of you. Slight left and then go straight in order to get to the Sentosa Boardwalk.

Sentosa Boardwalk
10. Keep going straight.

Sentosa Boardwalk
11. Wow! You already at Sentosa Boardwalk and just 545 meter away from Sentosa Island!

Sentosa Boardwalk
12. Keep going straight and you only have 120 meter away from Sentosa Island.

Sentosa Visitor Information Counter

13. At the end of the Sentosa Boardwalk, you’ll see the visitor information counter on your left-hand side.

You can grab a free map of Sentosa Island at the counter to assist you navigate to the attractions in Sentosa Island.

Sentosa Boardwalk

14. Now, you already in Sentosa Island, start to go to the attractions that you wish to visit via Sentosa Map or navigate by Google Maps. 🙂

Tips for You:

Don’t forget that you’re free to ride Sentosa Express Monorail inside the Sentosa Island although you didn’t take Sentosa Express Monorail to Sentosa Island from Singapore.

In addition, you’re also free to take Sentosa Express Monorail to leave the island too.

The SGD $4 charges of monorail only apply to visitors who want to take the Sentosa Express Monorail to Sentosa Island from Singapore.

If you walk to Sentosa Island from Singapore via Sentosa Boardwalk, then you don’t need to pay SGD $4.

How to get back to HabourFront MRT Station from Sentosa Island via Sentosa Boardwalk?

  1. Walk to the Sentosa Boardwalk in Sentosa Island. It’s just an opposite direction how you get to Sentosa Island.
  2. Pass through the Sentosa Boardwalk.
  3. After walked through the Sentosa Boardwalk, you’ll discover the entrance of VivoCity just on your left-hand side.
  4. You should go-in the VivoCity.
  5. Follow the signposts for MRT Train inside the VivoCity. The signposts will guide you to HarbourFront MRT Station.
    *It’s just the opposite way how you get to Sentosa via Sentosa Boardwalk.

How to get to Sentosa Island by MRT Train and Singapore Cable Car?


Singapore Cable Car

If you want to enjoy the picturesque views while traveling from Singapore to Sentosa Island, then Singapore Cable Car will be the best option for you.

From the windows’ view of Singapore Cable Car, you’ll come across different beautiful sceneries in one, breath-taking ride!

The below pictures are snapped when take the cable car from HarbourFront Cable Car Station to Sentosa Island.

Singapore Cable Car View 1

Singapore Cable Car View 2

Singapore Cable Car View 3

Sentosa Island Singapore

Singapore Cable Car Operating Hours: 8:45 AM – 10:00 PM (Last Boarding is 9:30 PM)

Time Required (one-way):
HarbourFront Cable Car Station to Sentosa Cable Car Station = 8 minutes

Total Travel Cost = HarbourFront Cable Car Station to Sentosa Island via Cable Car
= SGD $35 (Buy at Ticketing Counter)/ SGD $24.50 (If buy the Ticket Online)
*The price is for 2-way cost. You can check here if you like to buy ticket online to obtain 30% discount.

*There is no one-way ticket for cable car. The round-trip ticket can be purchased from cable car ticketing counter or online booking. But, online booking is 30% cheaper than buying ticket on-site.

The Detailed and Visual Guide to Sentosa (MRT Train + Cable Car)

Guide to Sentosa Island by Singapore Cable CarGuide to Sentosa Island by Cable Car

HarbourFront MRT Station Exit B

1. Firstly, take the North East Line or Circle Line to HarbourFront MRT Station.

When you arrived at the HarbourFront MRT Station, go out the Exit B.

You’ll discover signposts for Cable Car at Exit B which will lead you to HarbourFront Cable Car Station.

After you walk out the ticket gate, you should turn left.

HarbourFront MRT Station Walkway

2. Then, turn right and go straight.

HarbourFront MRT Station Walkway
3. Keep going straight.

HarbourFront MRT Station Escalator
4. You need to go up the escalator.

Walkway to Cable Car Station

5. Walk down the stairs and then head straight to take the escalator up.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
6. After went up the escalator, turn right and then walk straight.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
7. You need to go straight and pass through the link bridge.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
8. Continue straight again and then go down by escalator.

Walkway to Cable Car Station

9. After went down the escalator, walk straight.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
10. Turn left and then continue straight.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
11. Keep going straight ahead.

Walkway to Cable Car Station
12. Go down the stairs and then go straight. The HarbourFront Cable Car Station is very near to you now.

Harbourfront Tower 2

13. Walk straight a little bit and then turn right when you see the Harbourfront Tower 2.

The Ticket Counter is located at the Level 1 and the HarbourFront Cable Car Station is located at the Level 15 of Harbourfront Tower 2.

Singapore Cable Car Ticketing Counter

14. You can buy your cable car ticket at the ticketing counter.

Singapore Cable Car Ticket Price

The ticket prices are SGD $35 for Adult (13 and above) and SGD $25 for Child (4-12).

*There is no one-way ticket for cable car. They only offer round-trip ticket.

Want to get 30% discount of your cable car tickets?

Pretty simple, just buy your cable car tickets online via Klook to help you SAVE 30% comparing to buy at the counter.

Here’s the link for you to buy your cable car ticket online:

After buying your ticket online, just printed it out or show the soft-copy voucher to the staff at the ticketing counter for you to collect your physical ticket.

Soft-Reminder:
Always keep your cable car ticket properly because you have to show the staff every time you board the cable car.

Mount Faber Line Cable Car at Harbourfront Cable Car Station

15. After obtained your cable car ticket, take the lift to the Level 15.

Start to take the Mount Faber Line cable car from HarbourFront Cable Car Station to Sentosa Cable Car Station.

How to Transfer Cable Car from Sentosa Station to Imbiah Lookout Station?

Transfer Sentosa Station to Imbiah Lookout StationTransfer from Mount Faber Line to Sentosa Line Cable Car Guide

Sentosa Cable Car Station

*Please take note, you need to take 3 to 5 minutes transfer from Sentosa Station to Imbiah Lookout Station.

1. After you walk out the Sentosa Cable Car Station, you should turn right and then go straight.

Walkway to Imbiah Lookout Station
2. Walk straight and then turn right.

Walkway to Imbiah Lookout Station
3. Then, turn left and heading straight.

Walkway to Imbiah Lookout Station
4. Continue straight and soon you’ll discover the Imbiah Lookout Cable Car Station on your left-hand side.

Imbiah Lookout Station

5. Enter the Imbiah Lookout Cable Car Station.

Imbiah Lookout Station Direction Board
6. Turn left for you to ride the cable car from Imbiah Lookout Station to Merlion Station.

On the other hand, turn right for you to take the cable car from Imbiah Lookout Station to Siloso Point Station.

How to go back to HabourFront MRT Station from Sentosa Island via Cable Car?

Sentosa Island to HarbourFront by Singapore Cable Car Guide

  1. Take the Mount Faber Line from Sentosa Cable Car Station to HabourFront Cable Car Station.
  2. After get off at the HabourFront Cable Car Station, follow the signposts for MRT Train which will lead you to HarbourFront MRT Station.
    *It’s just the opposite way how you get to Sentosa via Cable Car.

Sentosa Island Map


 

To get a clearer picture of Sentosa Island and to make your trip more convenient, refer to the map below.

This Google Map shows the exact locations of the attraction and stations in Sentosa Island.

I’ve marked all the top 20 attractions, including the monorail stations, cable car stations and Sentosa Boardwalk for easy reference.

Sentosa Island MapClick here to see an interactive map

Conclusion

Knowing that Sentosa is overflowing with tourist spots, no wonder why travelers continue to flock this tiny yet abundant island in the south.

You’ll never be disappointed with all the Sentosa Island activities because there’s something for every type of traveler. Whether you are with your family or friends or a sole backpacker!

  • Sentosa Island is easily accessible, just a few minutes away from Singapore City.
  • The island is brimming with lush landscapes and outstanding skyline.
  • Theme parks and recreational areas are everywhere, from Universal Studios Singapore to S.E.A Aquarium Singapore and more.
  • Whilst Singapore is known for its fascinating technology wonders, there are a couple of nice beaches surrounding Sentosa Island.

Simply, there’s a lot to visit and do while in the area.

Make the most out of everything and enjoy all the best attractions in Sentosa Island!

Thanks a lot for spending your time to read my travel blog.

I sincerely hope that the guide in here can help you prepare a great trip to Sentosa Island.

Don’t forget to bookmark this blog for your future reference.

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Lastly, wishing you a great and enjoyable holiday in Sentosa Island! 🙂

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6 thoughts on “Top 20 Things to Do in Sentosa Island (Full Guide 2019)”

    • Hi Kaycee Frias,

      I hope that my Sentosa Guide in here can help you to prepare a well trip to Sentosa Island.

      Wish you have an enjoyable holiday in Singapore! 🙂

      Regards,
      Josh

      Reply
    • Hi tipp,

      You’re most welcome. I wish my sharing guide in this blog can help you plan ahead and you’ll have an enjoyable trip to Sentosa Island.

      Wish you have a great holiday in Singapore and Sentosa Island! 🙂

      Regards,
      Josh

      Reply

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