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Insights of Sentosa Island view in map
Previously known as Pulau Belakang Mati, Singapore Sentosa Island is a definite place to visit. Join our editors as they pen down the many places in Sentosa Island.

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Underwater World
This is Asia's largest oceanarium showcasing over 2500 marine life from more than 250 species. You'll first be greeted by brightly coloured corals, moray eels, sea dragons and jellyfishes.   Begin your journey through an 83-metre travellator tu ...

Dragon Trail
This 1.5km Dragon Trail nature walk brings you Sentosa’s breathtaking and beautiful fauna and flora. Along the trail you will encounter three dragon heads, and bones, namely Twin, Rock and Earth Dragon. Each dragon has its own interesting legendary ...

Enchanted Grove of Tembusu
Enchanted Grove of Tembusu   This enchanted garden covers two hectares of land in the corner of the Fountain Garden which is a shady oasis of Tembusu trees. This long lived, evergreen tembusu trees can grow up as high to 25 metres. The large crown ...

Fountain Garden
A must see for all visitors, the Fountain Garden is often the highlight of everyone’s trip to Sentosa. Spectacular in the evening, this European-style garden showcases a breathtaking light and sound performance that leaves the audience in awe. You ...

Herb & Spice Garden
Treat your senses to the aroma from over 50 types of spice and herb plants in the Sentosa Herb & Spice Garden. You have seen mint leaves in a tea cup, and tasted ground cinnamon on a roll, but I'm sure you have not seen the plant itself.      ...

Sentosa Luge
Are you a daredevil? You must visit one of Sentosa's latest attractions, the Sentosa Luge. Race down a 650-metre track, whiz past trees and round bends to the hippy Siloso Beach (2 - 5 mins). After the ride, sit on a four-seater chairlift that takes ...

Sijori Wondergolf
Sijori Wondergolf is Singapore's only outdoor miniature golf park and Asia's first to have three mini-golf courses in one. This 18-hole miniature golf course is uniquely landscaped using creative design concepts, slopes and hidden obstacles to test ...

The Flying Trapeze
Experience an adrenalin rush at the Flying Trapeze station, one of the latest attractions on Sentosa Island. The first in Singapore, it combines fun, concentration, determination, persistence and great conditioning. This is a great form of sport and ...

Palawan BeachChill with Tranquility
Great thing about living in Singapore is that weekend getaways are just a hop, skip and jump away. Palawan Beach is a great escape for all workaholics. Slap on some block, chill and connect with nature. Palawan Beach’s sandy beach gives you the ...

Siloso BeachPure Excitement and Action
It’s hip, trendy and home to beach volleyball buffs. Every beach bum wants to be spotted in this long and broad beachfront. Get ready for great excitement and action on Siloso Beach as it owns the reputation of hosting a hive of beach activit ...

Tanjong BeachA Quiet Getaway
Many have claimed that this is the best bay by far. Peaceful even on weekends, Tanjong Beach has clear water, golden sand, plenty of palm trees to lie under, and little shingled shelters. Perfect! I suggest you skip work and hit the beach on a wee ...

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