Catering to a variety of interests, Sentosa’s development plans are carved out into different zones, each with its unique characteristics and tailored to the diverse needs of our guests. SDC also continues to strengthen Sentosa’s ‘always on’ calendar of events to create year-round buzz for guests to discover themselves through distinct and fulfilling offerings. From festive celebrations to signature events such as Sentosa Food Fest, and Zentosa Fest, we aim give our visitors more reasons to discover themselves and the island afresh, on every visit.
The Imbiah Lookout precinct currently offers an eclectic mix of both active as well as passive nature-based experiences. These range from the adrenaline pumping Mega Adventure Park and Skyline Luge Singapore set against the natural terrain of Imbiah, to the culturally-rich Images of Singapore LIVE! at Madame Tussauds Singapore, and the educational Sentosa Nature Discovery, where guests can explore the island’s rich biodiversity and walking trails. Easily accessible via the Sentosa Express and Singapore Cable Car Sky Network, the hub also offers various retail and food and beverage (F&B) options as well as scenic views from SkyHelix Sentosa, Singapore’s highest open-air panoramic ride.
Hip, Cool and Energetic
Siloso Beach is a sporting venue with a wide range of thrilling and adventurous recreational activities for the young and energetic. As one of the liveliest beaches in Singapore, Siloso’s vibrant stretch of trendy beach bars is the place for those seeking a cool hang-out with friends. The highlights of this beach area include high-adrenaline experiential attractions like the iFly Singapore, Skypark Sentosa by AJ Hackett, and water-based activities offered at Ola Beach Club. Siloso Beach is also home to an array of exciting events throughout the year – be it live jazz performances by the beach, novel runs or the Sentosa GrillFest.
With a host of family-friendly amenities and activities, Palawan Beach offers fun and enriching learning experiences through play. Its latest addition includes the Explorers of Sentosa art installations by Thomas Dambo, a series of eye-catching, family-friendly sculptures with sustainable stories to tell.
Chill Out and Wind Down
The tranquility and solitude on Tanjong Beach is a favourite with guests who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. This tranquil stretch of recreational space currently houses Tanjong Beach Club, where guests can gettogether for a relaxing night out. The beach landscape is the perfect setting for beach lovers to unwind amid serene natural surroundings.
Waterfront Lifestyle at its Finest
Situated on the eastern end of Sentosa Island is Sentosa Cove, an exclusive residential enclave with more than 2,000 homes. With the azure sea and lapping waves at its doorstep, Sentosa Cove’s residents enjoy mooring their private yachts at their very own backyards, while enjoying easy access to over 200 leisure and lifestyle offerings on the island, earning its name as the world’s most desirable address.
Complementing these luxury residences is the vibrant Sentosa Cove Village comprising ONE°15 Marina Club which offers town club facilities alongside world-class marina facilities including 204 wet berths; Singapore’s first premium marina hotel, W Singapore-Sentosa Cove; as well as Quayside Isle which offers a selection of specially-curated restaurants, dining concepts from established groups, and specialty retail stores.
Improved Mobility and Connectivity
SDC continues to enhance infrastructural developments to strengthen mobility and connectivity across the island, as well as between Sentosa and the mainland. These efforts are aimed at catering to the growing visitorship and to provide a more comfortable travelling experience for guests.
Sentosa’s on-island cable car line, located at the western part of Sentosa, opened in 2015. The Sentosa Line of the Singapore Cable Car Sky Network not only provides a scenic view over Siloso Beach and Mount Imbiah, it also enhances accessibility for visitors within the island.
In addition, SBS Transit’s Service 123 was extended to Sentosa’s Beach Station, while the Sentosa Gateway Tunnel opened in 2017, strengthening inter-island connectivity.
To provide visitors with weather protection, a sheltered linkway also links Beach Station to Palawan Beach and Tanjong Beach
As Singapore progresses towards a ‘car-lite’ society, Sentosa has also introduced cycling tracks and walking trails across the island, with future plans to broaden the transport network to include the introduction of self-driving on-demand point-to-point shuttle services.