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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 10 miles
Duration: Full day
Family Friendly

Overview:  There's no shortage of fun to be had all around Singapore, but nowhere does fun and frivolity take centre stage quite like it does in ... more »

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Points of Interest

Once you exit Harbourfront MRT, head to the bus interchange and take bus number 409 or a taxi up to Mount Faber to enjoy some stunning views of the waterfront and the city skyline. The Jewel Box located here houses the Singapore Cable Car Ride which is a great way to get to Sentosa, with spectacular views of the harbour and the whole expanse of... More

2. Imbiah Lookout

The ride will take you to Imbiah Lookout, in the heart of Sentosa. Situated on Mount Imbiah, the highest hilltop on the island, there are no less than 11 attractions located here. The Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is of particular interest as home to about 3,000 species of insects, some of which are rare and endangered, in an outdoor aviary.... More

At the bottom of the hill is Siloso Beach, one of three beaches along the southern part of of Sentosa. Find the best of what beach culture has to offer with an assortment of bars, restaurants and sporting activities like volleyball, kayaking, cycling and rollerblading

The Wave House Sentosa is one of the most fun and popular attractions on the beachfront. The only of its kind in Asia, a highlight is a continuous three-metre manmade wave that has attracted everyone from surfers, skim boarders and even snowboarders seeking to perfect their skills on the wave.

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10am-11pm Daily
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If you prefer flying to surfing, try iFly Singapore, which offers the experience of freefall skydiving in a safe, indoor environment. The largest wind tunnel in the world, built at a cost of $25 million, creates winds of up to 240km/h which support your whole body in mid air, allowing you to ""fly"".

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Azzura Beach Club is also well worth checking out. A beach club/café offering water sports during the day, it turns into a nightclub at night with international DJs playing into the wee hours and you can choose to put on your swimwear and party where the Jacuzzi pool is.


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Mon - Fri: 10am - 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am - 2am
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"Walking east along the seafront brings you to the more family-oriented Palawan Beach, which has calm waters that are perfect for younger children. Not to be missed is the suspension bridge that takes you to a small island, the southernmost point of continental Asia and also Asia's closest point to the Equator.

The most eastern beach is the tranquil Tanjong Beach. An ideal spot if you want to be away from the crowds, with gentle breezes and swaying palm trees. After perfecting your tan, have some '50s-style fun at Tanjong Beach Club. Modeled after a 1950s beach resort, the club has a pool, a bar and a restaurant where you can get upscale Western fare... More

Take advantage of the free transport on the island and catch the tram to the Beach Station at Palawan Beach and hop onto the Blue Line on the Sentosa bus. It will bring you to your next destination, Resorts World Sentosa, which is home to a casino, 5-star hotels, world-class attractions and shops galore, including the first and only Victoria's... More

The big attraction at Resorts World Sentosa is the region's only Hollywood movie theme park, Universal Studios Singapore. Here, you can look forward to a total of 24 fun rides, including highlights such as the thrilling Battlestar Galactica ride where you whiz at speeds of 82.2km/h at heights of over 42 metres and TRANSFORMERS The Ride, a new,... More

If nautical adventure is your thing, the Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium is a must-see as the first museum to chart the 1,100 year history of the Maritime Silk Road which connects Asia and Europe. Aside from over 400 artifacts on display, it also has a full-size replica of Admiral Cheng-Ho's massive Treasure Ship.

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An upcoming attraction is the Marine Life Park, set to openlate 2012. Covering an area of over eight hectares, the marine park is set to be the largest oceanarium in the world and is expected to house some 700,000 creatures.

There is no shortage of dining options at the integrated resort with over 60 outlets to choose from. Some of the best include world-class celebrity chef restaurants like Joël Robuchon Restaurant and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon from the French culinary heavyweight, whose restaurants around the world have garnered an impressive 26 Michelin ... More