Singapore Island Adventures


Sentosa Island Accommodation

Island Adventures - Sentosa IslandSentosa is a playground for both young and old, couples, families and singles. It is also a haven away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore city.

You can relax by day and night at one of Sentosa’s many beaches. Siloso beach is perhaps one of Singapore’s hippest with lots of beachfront bars playing good music and serving great cocktails and food. Palawan Beach is great fun for the whole family with lots of fun water sports and activities. If you’re after something romantic go for a stroll and watch the sunset at Tanjong Beach.

Immerse yourself in nature and visit the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom or make friends with the pink dolphins at Dolphin Lagoon and learn more about the creatures with the sea at Underwater World.

Visit the past at Fort Siloso which was built in the 1880s to help the British protect the western entrance to Singapore harbour. During Japanese Occupuation between 1942 to 1945 it was used as a concentration camp for Prisoners of War. Today, it is the only preserved coastal fortification in Singapore today. Next, visit the future at the Senotsa 4D Magix, a state of the art theatre with surround sound, individually controlled motion seats and special environmental effects like water spray and leg ticklers.

Resort World Sentosa is new to the island and has the first Universal Studios theme park in South East Asia, the world's largest ocenarium, the region’s first integrated destination spa and the only Dreamworks themed zones outside of the United States. Read more about Resort World Sentosa.

There is a large range of accommodation available on the Island which caters for all budgets. There are a number of ways to get to Sentosa – by foot, Sentosa Express, car, taxi, MRT, public bus, cable car and Sentosa bus. Once here you can use the trams or buses to navigate your way around the island.

Kusu Island

The legend of Kusu Island: Once long ago a giant sea turtle saved two shipwrecked sailors - a Malay and a Chinese. To say thank you the two men built a Chinese Temple, a Malay shrine and a huge turtle sculpture. Today Taoists and Muslims visit these shrines.

Located just 5.6 kilometres to the south of mainland Singapore there are stunning views from Kusu's hilltop and coast. The lagoons on the island also make for great swimming spots.

To get there take a ferry from Marina South Pier.

Pulau Ubin

On the northeastern coast of Singapore sits this rustic village. This offshore island is currently being developed into a nature park while keeping in mind its original heritage. The upgrade will provide basic amenties like toilets, trekking trails and camping sites for visitors. Visitors can delight in the traditional fishing kelongs, fish and prawn farms, mangrove swamps and coconut plantations.

At the eastern tip of Pulau Ubin is the beach Chek Jawa. Visit one of the 6 distinct habitats in this marine park - coastal forest, coral rubble, mangroves, rocky shore, sand bars and seagrass lagoon. The area is teeming with wildlife including starfish, sea horses and ocotpus.

To get there leave from Changi Point Jetty.

St John’s Island

Who would have guessed that this idyllic Island was once a Penal Settlement. Enjoy the trekking routes, beaches, picnic grounds and swimming lagoons. St John’s is perfect for a family or couple weekend getaway. You can get there by taking a ferry from Marina South Pier.

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