Sentosa Island


1° 15' 13.6404" N, 103° 49' 13.8828" E
General info: 

Sentosa Island is a resort getaway just 500m off the Singapore coast. The island is literally packed with activities&attractions planned to give visitors a break from routines.

The south coast has several beaches for beach and watersports, Universal Studios are located in the north. Between these is the Imbiah Lookout area with several attractions including sky tower, butterfly park and the 450m mega-zip. You can tune your surfing skills at the wave house next to the beach or try sky diving in the indoor skydiving experience.

Other activities include: two golf courses, marine life park, a water park, cable car, casino, hotels songs of the sea extravaganza and obviously plenty of restaurants and bars.

Getting there: 

By foot:
The Sentosa Island is short distance from the Harbourfront MRT station along the Sentosa Boardwalk, easy to go by foot. The boardwalk is open 24 hours, daily and costs S$1.

Cable Car:
To get to the Cable Car station, take MRT to Harbourfront station take Exit B and follow the signs. Cable car is open 8.45am - 10pm daily and costs S$26 for adults S$15 children.

Sentosa Express:
The Sentosa Express is located at VivoCity (Lobby L, Level 3) and provides easy access to Sentosa. S$4 per person.


To get to Sentosa Island you only need to pay for the transportation, (cheapest by foot S$1). Here some examples of the prices of different activity packages:

16 activities – Adults S$70, Children S$54.
4 out of 16 activities – Adults S$45, Children S$39.
3 out of 9 activities in the evening – Adults S$32, Children S$29.
Universal Studios + 1 activity – Adults S$80, Children S$63.

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