SENTOSA ISLAND

 

Sentosa Cove is an integrated residential-cum-marina resort development on the eastern coast of Sentosa island, to the south of mainland Singapore. It is largely a residential estate, featuring Singapore’s first and only gated residential community. When fully developed by 2014, it will have about 2,100 homes, which will range from high-rise condominiums to luxury bungalows with adjoining private berths for boats. The development also offers an exclusive marina club with berthing facilities for mega-yachts as well as a hotel and retail outlets in a centralised commercial precinct. The master developer is Sentosa Cove Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC), a statutory board.

History

The land that Sentosa Cove sits on consists partly of reclaimed land and partly of what used to be an isle called Buran Darat that was situated east of Sentosa. In the 1970s, the government’s plan for Buran Darat was to develop it into a recreational centre with a swimming lagoon and facilities for water sports such as boating and canoeing. There was also a proposal to build a bridge to link it to Sentosa. By the late 1980s, the plans had changed. The narrow channel separating Buran Darat and Sentosa was to be reclaimed, and high-end residential homes, a world-class marina and resort-related facilities were to be developed on this new part of Sentosa.

In 1991, SDC engaged French architect Bernard Spoerry, known for creating the famed seaside town of Port Grimaud in France, to help draw up a land-use master plan for the development of the area, which was then still referred to as Buran Darat. McKerrell Lynch Architects from Australia and Klages, Carter & Vail from the United States were later brought in to enhance the concept, which was originally modelled after Port Grimaud.

SDC’s proposal to build a high-quality residential-cum-marina resort development on the eastern coast of Sentosa was incorporated into the Southern Islands development guide plan released by the Urban Redevelopment Authority in April 1996. By then, the area had been named Sentosa Cove, with SDC having formed a new subsidiary of the same name in 1995 to focus on the development and management of the area. In October 1996, parliament passed a bill to amend the Sentosa Development Corporation Act to allow SDC to develop and manage the Sentosa Cove project.

While the master plan for Sentosa Cove was being drawn up, SDC proceeded with the necessary works to prepare the area for the upcoming developments. Reclamation works to merge Buran Darat with Sentosa started in November 1991 and were completed in September 1993. Soil improvement works, infrastructure construction and landscaping began in 1994. The marina was in operation by 1999 and the sale of land parcels for private development commenced in 2003. In total, SDC reportedly spent about S$250 million on infrastructure development for Sentosa Cove.

The land sale programme was initially scheduled to start in the second half of 1994 but was postponed several times. Much of the delay had to do with unfavourable conditions in the property market, such as during the 1998 and 2001 recessions. Another obstacle that SDC faced was that the land for Sentosa Cove had to be purchased from the Singapore Land Authority but the land price proved to be a major sticking point in negotiations. The negotiations, which started in the mid-1990s, were finally concluded in early 2003 and the first batch of land parcels was launched for sale in October 2003. By 2008, all land parcels had been released for sale.

The residential land sales attracted much interest from individual buyers and developers, both from Singapore and overseas. Part of the appeal of the individual bungalow plots stemmed from the fact that their buyers would be able to design and build their dream homes from scratch, as opposed to buying the homes sold by developers. Nonetheless, the various projects launched by developers on Sentosa Cove have also been highly sought after since the first was launched in November 2004.

Sentosa Express Stations

Sentosa is redefined into different distinct zones with three Sentosa Express stations on the island and by way of efficient, linear public mover systems employed to transport people to different parts of Sentosa:

Waterfront Station: The northern part of the island will feature the 49-hectare family-themed resort which includes a theme park, casino, accommodation, restaurants and other facilities.

Imbiah Station: Sentosa’s green spine with its unique heritage buildings and secondary forest houses the Tourism Academy, a luxurious all-villa resort called The Knolls, a boutique resort called Amara Sentosa, a mid-tier resort called Siloso Beach Resort and a small health spa getaway. Also within this zone is the Imbiah Lookout attractions cluster that provides entertainment for the entire family featuring a host of visitor attractions including the cable car, Carlsberg Sky Tower, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, Sentosa Luge, Images of Singapore, Merlion, Sentosa Herb & Spice Garden and Sentosa 4D Magix.

Beach Station: The beach precinct of Sentosa boasts Singapore’s three most pristine beaches: the revitalised high energy Siloso Beach, the family-friendly Palawan Beach and the more tranquil Tanjong Beach. The beach arrival plaza housing this station with underground car parking facilities serves this zone. A variety of food, beverage, retail outlets as well as accommodation and leisure amenities abound along this 3.2km stretch of beach.

Family-themed Resort: A Family-themed Resort cum casino will be developed at Sentosa. To be built at a private projected investment of S$3 billion, the expanded resort concept including a theme park is targeted to be complete by 2009.

Sentosa Cove

Sentosa Cove covers an area of 117-hectares mostly made up of reclaimed land, including 5 artificial islands namely Coral, Paradise, Treasure, Sandy and Pearl. Most of the land is designated for residential accommodation, with the 5 islands reserved for bungalows. The residential developments are clustered in three main areas, namely the northern precinct (North Cove), the southern precinct (South Cove) and the central marina precinct

As of April 2009, about 1,700 people were already living in Sentosa Cove. This number is expected to grow to about 10,000 by 2014 and it is believed that more than half of these residents will be foreigners. While foreigners do not face any restrictions in buying the condominiums here, they have to obtain government approval for purchases of terrace houses and bungalows just as in other parts of Singapore. However to make it easier for foreigners to buy landed homes in Sentosa Cove, the government had cut the time taken for their applications to be approved, reflecting the strategic value that it placed on the project. The processing time for applications by foreigners to buy landed properties in Singapore usually takes several weeks, but this has been shortened to just two days for purchases in Sentosa Cove.

In addition to the residential estates, there is also an exclusive marina club in Sentosa Cove called One°15 that is already in operation. The marina at One°15 has 270 wet berths including 13 for mega-yachts, making it the first in Singapore and one of the few in the world that can accommodate such large vessels, which are at least 85ft long. Complementing the residential and marina developments are a 320-room five-star hotel and a three-storey commercial complex offering a wide range of shops, food and beverage outlets and other amenities. One°15, the proposed hotel and the upcoming commercial complex are located in the central marina precinct, which lies between the northern and southern residential precincts.

CENTRAL MARINA PRECINCT:

Straddling between the two coves is the central marina precinct, which includes The Residences at W Singapore Sentosa Cove (228 units by City Developments Ltd), W Hotel, ONE°15 Marina Club and The Marina Collection (124 units by Lippo Group).

NORTH COVE:

Within the North Cove, there are a total of 829 units in the 4 condominiums, namely The Azure (116 units by Frasers Centrepoint Homes), The Berth By The Cove (200 units by Ho Bee Group), The Coast At Sentosa Cove (249 units by Ho Bee Group) and The Oceanfront @ Sentosa Cove (264 units by City Developments Ltd &. TID Pte Ltd).

The landed housing on the North Cove includes Coral Island (21 villas by Ho Bee Group), Paradise Island (29 villas by Ho Bee Group), Treasure Island (19 villas by private owners), Kasara Lake Collection (13 villas by YTL Corporation), Ocean 8 (8 terraces by DM Properties Sdn Bhd), The Berthside (8 terraces by Ho Bee Group), Villas @ Sentosa Cove (8 terraces by ACT Holdings Pte Ltd) and others.

SOUTH COVE:

Over at the South Cove, there are a total of 563 units in another 4 condominiums, namely Turquoise (91 units by Ho Bee Group), Seascape (151 units by Ho Bee Group &. IOI Properties), Cape Royale @ Sentosa (280 units by Ho Bee Group & IOI Properties) and Seven Palms Sentosa Cove (41 units by SC Global).

The landed housing comprises of Sandy Island (18 bungalows by YTL Corporation &. LP World), Pearl Island (19 bungalows by Ximeng Land Pte Ltd), Elevation Golf Villas (20 strata-landed by Elevation Developments) and others.

LOCATION

 

SENTOSA MAP

SENTOSA MAP

SENTOSA COVE MAP

SENTOSA COVE LOCATION

 

SENTOSA MAP

 

SHUTTLE BUS

Board the white Sentosa Cove shuttle bus at HarbourFront Bus Interchange and alight directly at Sentosa Cove Village drop-off point, a 3-min walk from Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove. The shuttle service is open to the public at $2 per ride, available daily from 6.15am to 11.30pm at 30-minute intervals during peak hours.

Alternatively, make your way into Sentosa, board the complimentary orange Sentosa Bus 3 at Beach Station and alight at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove hotel, less than 1-minute walk from Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove. The shuttle service within Sentosa is free, available daily from 8am to 10.30pm at 30-minute intervals.

Getting into Sentosa

 

SENTOSA ADMISSION CHARGES

MRT

Take the North-East Line or Circle Line and alight at the HarbourFront Station. From there, you may either walk via the Sentosa Boardwalk or go to the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall and transfer onto the Sentosa Express. Train fares vary.

Sentosa Express

The Sentosa Express, located at VivoCity (Lobby L, 3rd level), provides easy access to Sentosa.

Ticketing : $4 per entry (Adult and Child aged 3 and above)

Public Buses

Take a bus and alight at HarbourFront Station along Telok Blangah Road. From there, you may either walk via the Sentosa Boardwalk or go to the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall and transfer onto the Sentosa Express. Bus fares vary.

Bus Service Numbers : 10, 30, 65, 80, 93, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188, 855

Taxi

A flat gantry admission charge is applicable to each taxi entering Sentosa. Admission charges vary with each time period. The flat charge covers all passengers aboard the vehicle.

Admission Charges:

TAXI CHARGES

RESORT WORLD

Resorts World Sentosa Private Limited is the leisure and gaming company that owns and operates Singapore’s biggest Integrated Resort, a 49-hectare development called Resorts World Sentosa. The mega resort is located on Singapore’s holiday island of Sentosa.

The S$6.59 billion must-see destination will welcome its first visitors at its soft opening in early 2010. Resorts World Sentosa starts operations with the Resorts World Casino, four hotels, the Universal Studios Singapore® family theme park and MICE facilities that include one of Asia’s largest Grand Ballrooms. It also offers a wide range of entertainment and shows, as well as celebrity chef restaurants, brand-name boutiques and a half-kilometer long shopping and dining Strip named FestiveWalk.

RESORT WORLD SENTOSA

RESORT WORLD SENTOSA

Two more hotels, the Marine Life Park and the Maritime Experiential Museum will be added in subsequent phases of the resort’s growth.

Resorts World Sentosa is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genting Singapore Public Limited Company (PLC), a leisure and gaming company listed on the mainboard of the Singapore Exchange. Genting Singapore PLC is part of the Genting Group that is listed in Malaysia.

SENTOSA ATTRACTION:

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Thrilling slides and encounters with marine life – all in one place. At Adventure Cove Waterpark, you can take high-speed water slides, laze the day away drifting on a lazy river, snorkel with 20,000 tropical fish over a colourful reef, wade among rays and even come face to face with sharks! Come have fun today! Where the water’s full of life.

Animal & Bird Encounter

Come down to the Palawan Amphitheatre to see awesome displays of intelligence, agility and responsiveness from our animal friends. Nimble monkeys, amazing reptiles and colourful parrots all get in on the act! Enjoy a daily show of delightful tricks and antics by our exotic parrots, mischievous macaques and majestic birds-of-prey at Palawan Amphitheatre, Palawan Beach.

Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom

Surrounded with lush tropical greenery, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom showcases the stunning beauties of mother nature. With a great variety of fluttering butterflies and exotic insects, this tamed wilderness is sure to delight you.

A must-see outdoor experience for children, tourists and nature lovers alike, Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom has wowed visitors from all over the world. With the scents, sights and sounds of an authentic tropical rainforest, it’s a multi-sensory, interactive experience that’s guaranteed to engage you from start to finish.

Combat Skirmish Live

Get your combat boots ready as Fort Siloso-Combat Skirmish LIVE brings Combat Laser Shooting to Fort Siloso! Train under Fort Siloso Battery Sergeant Major Cooper in the challenging Indoor Maze and help him battle against the enemy invasion in the historical fortress of Fort Siloso!

Indoor Maze

Don’t feel like perspiring under the hot sun? You can catch some Combat action indoors too! Get ready for an exciting session of indoor laser tag! Navigate through a maze, shoot down your opponents, dodge their attacks and achieve specific team missions.
2 Teams – 12 Soldiers – 1 Mission

Tunnel Battle

Experience LIVE combat fun through the 1st Tunnel Battle in Singapore, brought to you by Combat Skirmish Singapore. Meet Sergeant Major Cooper and win the battle against our mechanical soldiers with your very own laser gun. Complete all 3 stages in the fastest time and obtain the antidote to save the injured soldiers. This is the Laser Tag at its extreme.
1 Team – 6 Soldiers – No way back!

Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting

Laser Clay is similar to Clay Pigeon Shooting, only safer and greener! With authentic but deactivated 12 -bore shotguns that fire infrared beams at reflective and reusable clays. System is sound simulated -on fire, a realistic ‘bang’ is produced and hits are indicated by the sound of breaking clay. A scoreboard will display the pints scored by each gun. Definitely a fun game for both family and friends!

Mad Rush

Enjoy a session of Combat Skirmish in a Historical War Fortification. Definitely a unique and exclusive location to hold birthday parties, casual gatherings and corporate team buildings. Missions are customizable to suit your individual needs.

Crane Dance

Watch the magical love story between a pair of mechanical cranes and how their love for each other transforms them into real birds.

Combining groundbreaking audio and visual technologies, astounding light and water effects, be awed by the cranes’ graceful courtship ritual. The sheer size of the steel cranes moving deftly in the midst of water illusion and play of light is one not to be missed.

Catch the cranes before they fly away, every evening at the WaterFront.

Dolphin Island

Dolphin Island™ offers a range of programmes that gives you the opportunity to interact with Indo-Pacific Bottlenose dolphins and to learn about them. We’ll also share interesting facts about the measures we take to look after these amazing animals and how our learnings contribute to research and conservation efforts around the world.

Fort Siloso

Singapore’s only preserved coastal fort stands as witness to one of the most tempestuous chapters in local history.

In the 19th century, Singapore became an important sea trading port for the British. To defend the island from sea invasion, Fort Siloso was once one of the three forts that were built on Sentosa Island (once known as Pulau Belakang Mati.

During World War II, the Japanese troops invaded Singapore from the north through peninsula Malaya and the guns in Fort Siloso were turned landwards to support the ground troops.

Today, being the only preserved coastal fort in Singapore, Fort Siloso is a historical attraction with a rich memorabilia of pre-WWII and WWII-era guns and remains of fortified military structures and tunnels.

Admission into Fort Siloso is FREE.

Surrender Chambers 

The gallery features the British and Japanese surrender waxworks which marked two significant surrender ceremonies in Singapore during WWII. The Surrender Chambers feature commentaries and exhibitions which bring you through the history of Singapore, from the British Surrender to the independence of our nation.

Go back in time and experience these surrenders with our guided commentary available every 30 minutes.

Guided Tour 

Learn why the Fort was built, discover life as a soldier, explore preserved underground ammunition stores and WWII-era guns. Experience the Fort with our guides in our 90-minute walking tour.

The Tour will retrace the historically preserved remains at the fort to discover the purpose of the various fortified structures and the guns they serve, ending with a visit to the Surrender Chambers to witness the two historic surrender moments that changed the life of the people of Singapore during WWII.

Fort Siloso Skywalk

The 11-storey, 181 meters long Skywalk trail provides guests a scenic trek among the treetops en route to Fort Siloso. Both the Skywalk and Fort Siloso are free for all, and there are also guided tours at Fort Siloso for a more detailed historical account of the area.

Gogreen Cycle

Enjoy fun leisure cycling on Sentosa!

Pedal though the greenery of Sentosa on dedicated bicycle tracks or cruise along the beautiful Sentosa beaches filled with fun attractions and F&B outlets.

Gogreen Segway® Eco Adventure

Asia’s ONLY thrilling Segway® Eco Ride offers a fun and unique way of exploring Sentosa!

Segway® Fun Ride

Hop on the Segway® Personal Transporter (PT) for an introductory experience on the Segway® Fun Ride, a circuit ride full of twists and turns. Trainers are always on hand to assist you and in a matter of minutes you will master this futuristic mobility device. An exciting experience for everyone!

Segway® Eco Adventure

The Segway® Eco Adventure is a scenic ride along the beaches of Sentosa. You will get to explore the wonderful sights of the island while effortlessly travelling on the Segway® PT. Choose from a 30mins Segway® Eco Adventure which brings you to either Siloso Beach or Palawan Beach. If you find yourself yearning for more fun then opt for the Segway® Eco Adventure + a 60 mins adventure which brings you to all 3 beaches!

iFly Singapore

technology, iFly Singapore has made flying more fun and easier than ever!

Spanning 16.5 feet wide and 56.5 feet tall, it is the only wind tunnel with an 18 feet tall acrylic glass wall that lets you enjoy an unparalleled view of South China Sea and Siloso Beach.

As part of the experience, you will receive professional training and guidance from our certified instructors, complimentary gear rental and the actual skydive experience at one-fifth the cost of a tandem jump and more importantly, twice the fun of a skydive!

Don’t forget to arrive 1 hour prior to your flight time for training and gearing up!

Images of Singapore LIVE

Fun, interactive and theatrical, Images of Singapore LIVE takes you on a journey to uncover the nation’s extraordinary story!

Through a unique mix of live actors and special effects, get ready to step back in time to Singapore’s past from a humble Malay fishing village to 21st century powerhouse. Experience the sights, smells and sounds of yesteryear before you embark on the final part of your journey with a voyage aboard The Spirit of Singapore – an all new boat ride that celebrates everything unique about Singapore.

Kidzania Singapore

Kidzania Singapore, an all-new edutainment attraction in Sentosa!

Big dreams start here at KidZania Singapore, where children are free to be who they want to be!

Spanning over 81,000 square feet, equivalent to 6 Olympic-sized swimming pools, KidZania Singapore offers children real-life experiences through many different role-play activities in the kid-sized city. Children can learn to pilot an airplane, perform a surgery or whip up a meal as a chef!

More than simply an indoor themed park, children can experience all the role-play activities, earn salary in the form of kidZos, the official currency of KidZania, and pay for goods and services. Through such diverse and interactive learning experiences, children can learn to develop valuable life skills such as responsibility, confidence and independence, that will help them follow their dreams and get ready for a better world!

K-live Sentosa

K-live Sentosa is the first dedicated hologram theatre in Singapore that features the K-pop stars!
It is a new attraction of Resort World Sentosa where both audiences and performers are able to interact together through hologram technology.

As a permanent stage, K-live Sentosa provides the K-pop fans all around the world with daily opportunities and much convenience to experience the vivid performances of their K-pop stars whenever they want.

Lake of Dreams™

Flaming dragons, water cannons, and laser special effects, all in a spectacular show. This free entertainment spectacle, located close to the Casino at the heart of FestiveWalk , dramatically transforms the strip from day to night.

Madame Tussauds Singapore

1 ticket 3 experiences!

Commence your full experience at Images of Singapore LIVE as you uncover the red dot’s extraordinary story. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of yesteryear in this 45 minute actor-led adventure which features 15 immersive areas, live actors and special effects. Meet the everyday people and pioneers of Singapore across a period of nearly 200 years.

The adventure on land leads to water where the all new Spirit of Singapore boat ride takes you through a unique and stunningly themed tribute to the Nation’s rich identity and people. Sights & sounds include Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore F1 Night Race, a Beijing opera and much more! Your experience culminates in the world famous Madame Tussauds where you get to rub shoulders with your favourite icons. Take a selfie with Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt at our exclusive A-List Party, grab yourself a microphone and hop on stage with Beyoncé, celebrate a win with Sachin Tendulkar and more! So get your cameras ready as you get up close and personal with the stars.

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Mega Adventure

A first for Singapore and a must for all visitors, Mega Adventure will give you a real high, literally!

Featuring the most extreme zip wires in Asia, an aerial rope course and a free-fall simulator, it’s an experience that you’ll never forget. Depending on your fitness level, choose to try out the different courses at your own pace.

Over 450 metres long and at 72 metres above sea level, the MegaZip flying fox lets you whizz over the jungle canopy and the buzz of Siloso Beach.

For a more strenuous adventure, ClimbMax is an aerial obstacle course set amongst the treetops. Prepare to navigate wobbly bridges, balance on swaying tightropes and scramble along cargo nets high in the sky.

For a thrilling simulated parachute landing, try ParaJump. Developed in the UK, the Powerfan Descender allows you to step off a platform into thin air and land gently on the ground a full 15 metres below.

Get high on fun with MegaBounce! A trampoline with a difference! Secured with elasticated ropes, attached to which adrenaline addicts can leap to heights of 20 feet and descend safely and softly time and again.

MOSH!

MOSH! is Singapore’s first digital media edutainment facility, which showcases state-of-the-art multimedia technology from Japan.

Dedicated to providing a unique play-to-learn experience, MOSH! allows visitors to create imaginary worlds of their own in an immersive virtual environment, designed to empower creativity through free play and expression.

Orchestrate fireworks on an interactive projection dance floor, create one-of-a-kind aquatic creative and bring them to life, or launch a jumbo jet from your hand – MOSH! is the perfect destination for a meaningful time spent with the family, and a platform for adventure and self-discovery.

Port of Lost Wonder

Singapore’s First Kids’ Club by the Beach

Port of Lost Wonder is Singapore’s first kids’ club by the Beach. Designed to provide a unique experience of family bonding, the attraction houses a signature water play area, themed islets for picnics and leisure activities and distinctive retail and dining experiences for the very young and young at heart.

Port Belly provides the entire family with a delectable and fun selection of meals and Just Wonder’s wide range of merchandise lets you bring home a piece of Port of Lost Wonder. With a myriad of specially-designed activities such as Pots & Planks, seasonal workshops and even a Bubble Party on weekends aimed at satisfying wonder, curiosity and connection, it is here where families can come together to explore and discover new experiences and create unforgettable memories. Halal food options available from 1 October 2015. Approach our Wondercrew for more information.

Looking for a unique party venue or the most memorable excursion experience? Port Of Lost Wonder promises you the most awesome party experience with our party packages and an excursion that the little ones will remember for a long time to come

S.E.A Aquarium™

Begin the journey by travelling back in time to discover Asia’s maritime heritage at The Maritime Experiential Museum™. Then enter and explore the marine realm of S.E.A. Aquarium™, home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species, across into 49 different habitats, each one as fascinating as the next. It’s an experience you won’t forget.

SeaBreeze Water – Sports @ Wave House

Endless water-sports fun! We offer JetPack flights for the thrill-seekers, Banana Boat rides for groups of families and friends and so much more! Head on down to Wave House Sentosa or email us for parties, team-building and corporate events enquiries!

Banana Boat

Come aboard the 10 passenger banana boat for a thrill ride along the beautiful coast of Siloso Beach! Enjoy cooling off as you twist and turn and ride with your family and friends. Affordable fun for all ages. All that is needed is the ability to stay seated and hold on!

Donuts

You are on your tummy, your face just inches from the water and the wake of a speedboat. Sound wet enough? Don’t let go!

Stand-up Paddle Boards

Stand-up Paddle Boarding! This fast growing sport is easy to learn, an incredible workout, and fun for the whole family. Whether you choose to explore on your own, or learn from an experienced instructor, it will undoubtedly be a fantastic way to discover the island of Sentosa. Enjoy the Sea Breeze while riding along the coast of Siloso Beach!

Kayaking

Kayak with friends and family in the beautiful waters of Sentosa and the surrounding islands. If we are lucky, we may see some of our local residents in the water as we paddle. We offer free and easy kayaking in the lagoons of Siloso Beach and many guided expeditions to islands and areas beyond.

No experience is necessary for adults and children to enjoy any one of our many guided tour in the natural surroundings of Southern Singapore. Our single and double kayaks are stable and easy to paddle. A paddling clinic is included with each tour and we’ll provide life jackets and paddles.

For fun and memorable experience come see Sentosa and our beautiful waters from a kayak. Awesome Sunset Tours available – call for different expeditions, times, and rates.

Jetlev Water-Propelled JetPack

Who says man can’t fly? Now you can fly safely and with relative ease up to 30 feet above Sentosa! It’s true personal flight, perfectly realized by harnessing the power of controlled water pressure. Our certified instructors will train you, then direct your movements in the air!”

Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

Home to UNLIMITED FUN! Go on in an immersive 4-D movie, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, The 4-D Experience. Next, hang On Tight as you ride on a virtual 4-D roller coaster “Extreme Log Ride” and Grab a motion-sensor pistol, aim and fire at Asia’s first 4-D Interactive Shoot-Out game happening at “Desperados”.

Sentosa Merlion

What does it take to guard the prosperity of Singapore? A 37 metre-tall mythical creature to be precise. The legendary Merlion is a half lion half fish guardian of prosperity which personifies Singapore’s history as a port city. The lion depicts the folklore of Prince Sang Nila Utama’s rediscovery of lion (singa) and City (pura) while the fish tail symbolises ancient fishing village of Temasek, meaning “sea” in Javanese. Today, the majestic Merlion is a Singapore icon attracting visitors from all around the world.

Legend has it that the Merlion would visit Sentosa Island every year to guard Singapore’s well-being. One dark night, the island was threatened by a violent storm and the Merlion fought the thundering skies with its magical powers and preserved the land. This mighty legend remained permanently on the Island through the years to protect Singapore by watching over the ever changing skyline of the Central Business District area and harbour, as well as the country’s economic growth through numerous financial crises. If you think you’ve seen and heard it all, there’s more to the legend inside. Who knows, you could be in luck to uncover more than just curious tales upon making a grand entrance into the larger-than-life icon.

Sentosa Nature Discovery

nature and fun go hand-in-hand.

The exploration starts with a fascinating gallery of interactive exhibits at the Gallery to brush up your Science Process Skills: Observe, Classify, Compare and Infer. Equipped with these skills, step out into the jungle and explore a wilderness teeming with birds, insects, other wildlife and plants in all manner of different habitats.

Did you know?

  • There are eight different types of habitat found on Sentosa, including some of the rarest: coastal rainforests, rocky seashores and wetlands
  • The Magpie Robin is an endangered species but it is commonly seen on Sentosa due to its highly suitable habitat
  • Sentosa is home to over 30 Heritage Trees, as well as insect-eating plants, migratory birds and stunning butterflies

Singapore Cable Car

Experience Faber Peak Singapore and Sentosa on the new Cable Car Sky Network! From June 2015, enjoy not one but TWO cable car lines that connect TWO buzzing destinations – Sentosa and Faber Peak Singapore.

Soar high above the two destinations through the sky on the most scenic highway in Singapore for priceless views. Fly high above the hill from Faber Peak Singapore, through a skyscraper and cross the harbour on the Mount Faber Line before landing in Sentosa Island. Along the way, look out for the dolphins down below at Resorts World Sentosa’s Adventure Cove!

Then journey over the jungle, sand and sea on the new Sentosa Line which will take you to dozens of attractions on Sentosa, also known as the State of Fun. Choose your stop at the Merlion station, Imbiah Lookout station and Siloso Point station to enjoy the sandy beaches, Underwater World Singapore, Madame Tussauds, Megazip Adventure Park, Skyline Luge Sentosa, 4-D AdventureLand, Tiger Sky Tower, Universal Studios Singapore and the S.E.A. Aquarium.

Get onboard the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network today – the views are priceless, even the birds can’t resist!

CABLE CAR CHARGES

Mount Faber Line Stations

  • Mount Faber Station (Faber Peak Singapore)
  • HarbourFront Station (HarbourFront Tower 2)
  • Sentosa Station (Imbiah Lookout – next to Gift Shop)

Sentosa Line Stations

  • Merlion Station
  • Siloso Point Station
  • Imbiah Lookout Station

Skyline Luge Sentosa (Imbiah)

Invented in New Zealand over 29 years ago, and having hosted over 31 million rides worldwide, Skyline Luge Sentosa is the first-ever Luge introduced in Southeast Asia, offering 2 unique type of experiences, the Luge and Skyride.

Luge is a fun-filled gravity thrill ride which is safe for all ages. With a unique braking and steering system, you can choose to take a leisurely cruise or race down the 688 metre Dragon trail or 628 metre Jungle trail – 1.4 kilometres of fun day and night. The experience is never complete without the Skyride. Board the Skyride for a scenic bird’s eye view of Sentosa Island, Singapore city Skyline and South China Sea.

Night Luge!

As darkness settles, a whole brand-new adventure awaits you. Thrill-seekers will discover a different challenge while manoeuvring down each track with unique lightings. On the Skyride, enjoy a breathtaking view of Singapore as the city skyline and harbour transform into a dazzling city of lights at night.

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia

Stand at the edge of continental Asia right on Palawan Beach! Accessible via a suspension bridge, the Southernmost Point of Asia is a tiny islet that promises a unique setting for special occasions and unforgettable encounters.

From hosting Amazing Race-style teambuilding activities to exclusive chill-out parties by the beach, the Southernmost Point of Asia’s location makes it the ideal destination for the extraordinary.

For a more casual experience, simply take a stroll down to the Southernmost Point of Asia and enjoy the refreshing sea breeze and gorgeous scenery. Flanked by two viewing towers, the timber viewing deck offers an endless view of the South China Sea.

The Flying Trapeze

Another first of its kind in Singapore, The Flying Trapeze offers even more fun and excitement for visitors to Sentosa – whether you’re participating or spectating.

An excellent form of sport and recreation, learning the trapeze helps develop one’s concentration, strength and co-ordination – as well as helping to conquer any fear of heights. Soar high above the beach and get your timing just right to enjoy a smooth mid-air transition and a burst of applause.

The Flying Trapeze is located next to Trapizza, an outdoor Italian-style family restaurant serving the finest Italian fare. By day, enjoy a light meal for lunch or have it packed to go. By night, enjoy a delightful meal under the stars in a perfect alfresco setting.

Tiger Sky Tower

Gently rising 131 metres above sea level, relax inside the air-conditioned cabin of the Tiger Sky Tower and enjoy panoramic views across Sentosa and Singapore’s Southern Islands – as well as neighbouring Malaysia and even Indonesia.

Singapore’s tallest observatory tower is a distinctive landmark, soaring high above the surrounding natural greenery. Day and night, there is no better way to marvel at breathtaking vistas in comfort – the Tiger Sky Tower truly is a high point of any trip to Sentosa.

Trick Eye Museum Singapore

Trick Eye Museum originates in Korea with three museums in the country- Seoul, Jeju and Busan started in December 2010. The museum is popular not just among Korean locals but has also become a popular destination for tourists. Singapore is the very first stop of Trick Eye Museum’s foreign venture with a museum situated on the island of Sentosa.

Trick Eye Museum is globally recognized for its art technique in transforming 2D paintings and sculptures into the effect of 3D optical illusion. Visitors can express their imagination by being a photographer taking the most creative photographs or become an object of a realistic masterpiece.

There are a total of 90 artworks in Trick Eye Museum Singapore. Majority of the artworks in the museum are specially created for Singapore and not seen in the museums at Korea. The museum consists of six zones in different themes- ‘World of Masterpiece’, ‘Safari Kingdom’, ‘Star of Circus’, ‘Dream of Fairy Tale’, ‘Love In Winter’ and ‘Adventure Discovery’. Several artworks are designed with elements of Singapore’s culture such as horse-racing and also Singapore’s most iconic symbol- ‘Merlion’. Classic artworks of Trick Eye Museum such as the ‘Ames Room’ and ‘Magic Table’ are also featured.

Trick Eye Museum is an attraction for people of all ages coming together with friends, families and their loved ones. Embark on the adventure as you enter the 3D Batterfield. A fun and engaging photo experience awaits you!

Universal Studios Singapore®

Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies™ at Universal Studios Singapore. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series, including TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure™, and more!

Immerse Yourself in Seven Zones

Enter the thrilling world of movie magic as you Ride the Movies on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions. Be dazzled and delighted by an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to life.

  • Hollywood
  • New York
  • Sci-Fi City
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Lost World
  • Far Far Away
  • Madagascar

Operating Hours:

9 am to 6pm Monday to Friday

9 am to 9 pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays

 

Wave House Sentosa

WAVE HOUSE SENTOSA

GREAT FOOD, COOL DRINKS PERFECT WAVES

Wave House Sentosa, the most iconic in a global family of Wave House venues, is the place to experience the Californian beach lifestyle with high-adrenaline flowboarding on the world famous Double FlowRider® and 10-­‐foot FlowBarrel® wave rides!
Chill out to the beat of awesome live music as you savor modern Californian– Asian cuisine at the Wave House Sentosa Restaurant + Bar or cool off from the tropical heat and mingle with some of the most attractive people on the island at the outdoor Barrel and Rider Beach Bars.
All these spread across its idyllic 70,000 square feet tropical beachfront setting at Siloso Beach, Sentosa.

Have a blast riding the waves, relax with friends and family with pizzas and cocktails at the outdoor beach bars, or party till late Wave House Sentosa offers the ultimate blend of entertainment and flowboarding that’s fun for all ages!

Wings of Time

Epic. Majestic. Mysterious. Discover a mesmerizing night show by the sea.

There’s no better way to complete a fabulous day at Sentosa than to take in a spectacular night show set outdoors against the backdrop of an open sea. Come, discover an awe-inspiring display of water, laser and fire effects, set to majestic music and a panorama of breathtaking vistas.

Weaved together by a tale of friendship and courage that will linger with you long after you leave our magical isle.

The Storyline:
Explore new dimensions with Shahbaz, a mystical pre-historic bird. Together with his friends, Rachel and Felix, they travel across beautiful landscapes and the mysteries of time. His friends discover more about the courage to be more than who they think they were.

At journey’s end, will Shahbaz find home? Will a boy and girl find true friendship?

The story continues at Wings of Time!.

NATURE

NATURE

SENTOSA NATURE DISCOVERY

Get set for a hands-on journey of discovery and sharpen your detective skills. At Sentosa Nature Discovery, nature and fun go hand-in-hand.

The exploration starts with a fascinating gallery of interactive exhibits at the Gallery to brush up your Science Process Skills: Observe, Classify, Compare and Infer. Equipped with these skills, step out into the jungle and explore a wilderness teeming with birds, insects, other wildlife and plants in all manner of different habitats.

Did you know ?

  • There are eight different types of habitat found on Sentosa, including some of the rarest: coastal rainforests, rocky seashores and wetlands
  • The Magpie Robin is an endangered species but it is commonly seen on Sentosa due to its highly suitable habitat
  • Sentosa is home to over 30 Heritage Trees, as well as insect-eating plants, migratory birds and stunning butterflies

Southern Islands

Bask in the blue lagoons, pristine beaches and tranquil settings of Kusu Island, located just 5.6km from Singapore.

From two tiny outcrops on a reef, the island has been enlarged and transformed into an 8.5-hectare holiday resort. Pay a visit to the wishing well and Tortoise Sanctuary, or make a pilgrimage to one of the island’s many revered spots.

Kusu Island means Tortoise Island in Chinese, so called because of a legend where a magical tortoise turned itself into the island to save two shipwrecked sailors. It is also known as Peak Island or Pulau Tembakul in Malay.

Each year during the ninth lunar month – sometime between September and November – thousands of devotees flock here for their annual Kusu Pilgrimage in the hope of good health, peace, happiness, good luck and prosperity. Popular Chinese temple, Da Bo Gong, was built by a wealthy businessman in 1923 and houses two main deities: Da Bo Gong and Guan Yin. The former is widely regarded as having the power to bestow prosperity, cure diseases, calm the sea and avert danger, while Guan Yin is known as the ‘giver of sons’.

On top of a rugged hillock stand three holy shrines to Malay Saints, or Kramats, built to commemorate 19th century pious man, Syed Abdul Rahman, his mother Nenek Ghalib and sister Puteri Fatimah. Many devotees climb the 152 steps to pray for wealth, good marriage, good health and harmony. The shrines are also popular with childless couples because of their strong links to fertility.

Overnight stays are not permitted on Kusu Island.

BEACHES:

BEACHES

MEETINGS AND EVENTS:

MEETINGS AND EVENTS

HOTELS AND SPA:

HOTELS AND SPA 1

HOTELS AND SPA 2

HOTELS AND SPA 3

DINING:

Fine cuisine come together to create an extraordinary dining experience in over 50 bars and restaurants.

DINING

RETAIL & SERVICES:

Retail & Services

 

ONE DEGREE 15 MARINA CLUB:

ONE DEGREE 15 MARINA CLUB

ONE DEGREE 15 MARINA CLUB

Nestled within the exclusive Sentosa Cove enclave, ONE°15 Marina Club is part of an emerging, upscale and exclusive neighbourhood that features high-end residential developments, including waterfront villas and condominiums.

Conveniently located just 10 minutes away from the Central Business District of Singapore, the ONE°15 Marina Club development spans 142,000 sq m, including a water-site. By 2008, it will have a total of 270 berths, including 13 purpose-built Mediterranean mooring berths for mega-yachts up to 80 metres in length.

Seafaring

There are yachts, and then there are megayachts. These vessels are the ultimate in sea going comfort and style. With an entrance of 40 metres useable width (50 metres minus low water apron) and a 5.6 metre datum depth, ONE°15 is among the few marinas in Asia to have the full facilities to accommodate mega-yachts of up to 200ft within its shelter of natural, deep water.

In addition to our private walk-on berths for yachts and other pleasure crafts, ONEº15 also has dry berth facilities for your vessel. Should the need arise for light repairs and maintenance; we will also include a white yard service within the confines of the marina.

Wine & Dine

Inspired by the breathtaking wonders of the interstellar constellations and the navigational properties it holds for ancient mariners, our F&B outlets conjure a delightful thematic experience of ambiance and taste through its modern contemporary décor and food.

Whether you fancy dining al fresco, or in the epitome of refined elegance overlooking the panoramic views of the marina, ONEº15 seeks to provide connoisseurs with true dining and celebratory experiences to be savoured.

LATITUDE Bistro
Bar Nebula
Imperial Treasure

Leisure

For those with a passion for celebrating life, ONE°15 offers a plethora of exciting club activities and nautical adventures.

Luxuriate in the waterfront lifestyle experience with your family, friends and business associates with our array of club facilities and services …

YACHT CHARTERS

YACHT CHARTERS

 

SENTOSA GOLF CLUB:

SENTOSA GOLF CLUB

SENTOSA GOLF CLUB

The State of Fun guarantees a perfect day out on the 58th Greatest Golf Course in the World for golfers and golf enthusiasts with Sentosa Golf Club – a world-class, award-winning golfing arena.

Home of the SMBC Singapore Open, the HSBC Women’s Champions, and the Asian Tour, this exclusive club boasts two of the most scenic and challenging championship 18-hole golf courses in the region. The State ensures a visit to the Sentosa Golf Club is a golfer’s dream come true. An experience to remember on the green and off it. Here one can relax at the luxurious clubhouse, pick up the latest clubs at the pro-shop, tune up your game at our World Class International Golf Academy, or simply enjoy the magnificent vistas and landscapes of Down town Singapore among the company of friends.

Also, for times when business mixes with pleasure, the Club’s state-of-the-art conference facilities, combined with first-class dining options ensure that every meeting or banquet is as enjoyable and memorable as spending the day on the green.

 

QUAYSIDE ISLE:

QUAYSIDE ISLE @ SENTOSA COVE

QUAYSIDE ISLE @ SENTOSA COVE

Dining // Entertainment // Shopping

Indulge in the finest dining and shopping experiences at Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove, located in the luxurious enclave of Sentosa Cove.

MOUNT FABER LEISURE GROUP:

MOUNT FABER LEISURE GROUP

MOUNT FABER LEISURE GROUP

 

VIVOCITY:

VivoCity is positioned as a first of its kind one-stop retail, entertainment & lifestyle destination. Mapletree’s vision is to create an iconic destination that will constantly surprise and stimulate visitors with its vibrant mix of unique, everevolving, refreshing new-to-market retail and entertainment brands and concepts. It features wide open spaces for waterfront relaxation and entertainment, and an ever changing year-round calendar of festivals and events that will draw repeat visitations from both local residents and foreign visitors.

The name, “VivoCity” captures Mapletree’s vision for the development. Derived from the word, “vivacity”, it evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, stimulating and accessible to everyone, a place bubbling with energy and flowing with vitality.

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