Island resort, located south of Singapore. In a very simplified definition, it can be considered as a giant amusement park.
It has beaches, golf courses, 14 hotels and also houses Universal Studios Singapore.
The name Sentosa is translated from Malay as "peace and tranquility", which in fact derives from the Sanskrit word Sentosha, meaning "joy and satisfaction".
All those adjectives represent Sentosa today. Although its history was not always so cheerful, since there military bases were placed there to protect the port, and also served as British military settlement in the second world war.
Sentosa is an island of 5 km2, excellently connected by public transport, which makes its access very easy.
The attractions are very varied and for all tastes, including:
The S.E.A Aquarium, has more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species.
Drive a car on two fun tracks at Skyline Luge Sentosa.
If you like K-pop, at K-live Sentosa you can see your favorite K-pop stars in a hologram concert.
In Sentosa you can also interact with dolphins at Dolphin Island.
Fulfill your dream of flying, practicing indoor skydiving at Ifly Singapore.
For the youngest, Kidzania is an excellent choice, where they have fun and learn at the same time, and MOSH, which is an interactive digital space where children and adults can express their creativity.
There are many other attractions, but if you want to take a good photo, you must go to the Tric Eye Museum.
In Sentosa, you can enjoy the beach.
Palawan Beach is the more attractive for families with small children.
Siloso Beach, with its bars and nightlife, makes it ideal for young people.
Tanjor Beach is the quietest of the three beaches, where you can enjoy the sea in its tranquility.
All this seasoned with a varied gastronomic offer, Sentosa is really a place to relax and have fun.