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Top 10 things to do in Sentosa

With a bunch of exciting openings on our very own party island, Sentosa makes for a fun day out. Here are the top 10 things not to miss.

By Joyce See | Nov 12, 2014

  • Top 10 things to do in Sentosa
    Skyline Luge & SkyRide
  • Top 10 things to do in Sentosa
    Wave House Sentosa
  • Top 10 things to do in Sentosa
    Madame Tussauds Singapore


iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore

Jump into this vertical wind tunnel for an adrenaline rush that simulates skydiving. If you're a novice, or just a bit apprehensive about taking the plunge, fret not. You'll receive professional training and get padded up with safety gear, while you spin in mid air in the wind tunnel.


Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore

The popular Madame Tussauds recently opened its Singapore offshoot in Sentosa. Just imagine the endless selfie opportunities with lifelike wax figures of Singapore’s hottest celebrities, like pop princess Stefanie Sun to international A-listers like Beyonce, David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton and Michelle Yeoh.


Skyline Luge & SkyRide

Skyline Luge & SkyRide

Whizz downhill on the Luge and hop on the SkyRide that brings you above tree tops to get back to the top. The Skyline Luge & SkyRide, one of Sentosa's biggest attractions, has gone through a revamp and is back with an upgraded Jungle Track (which features new LED lighting fixtures) and eight more ticketing counters (which means shorter waiting times). This is a must for all thrill-seekers!


Trick Eye Museum

Trick Eye Museum

Prepare for a mind boggling adventure at this museum that features over 80 three-dimensional paintings and optical illusions. Originally from South Korea, it is housed in a 800 square meter space at Resorts World Sentosa's Waterfront. Expect to take a ton of Instagram worthy pictures.


Megazip Adventure Park

Megazip Adventure Park

If you want to experience flying down one of the longest and steepest zipwire descents in Asia, hook up to Megazip. Swooshing down this 450-meter-long flying fox will see you take in stunning views of Sentosa and beyond before landing on an islet. Exhilarating without being scary—leave the adult diapers at home.


Sentosa Cove

Sentosa Cove

Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove is not only one of Singapore’s chicest boardwalks but it’s also one of our favorite dining and lifestyle enclaves that's set in a tranquil setting away from the bustling city. There are plenty of options to pick from, including laid-back cafe Kith, Mediterranean cafe Miska Cafe and sophisticated restaurant-bar Museo that also doubles up as an art studio. 


Tanjong Beach Club

Tanjong Beach Club

Modeled after a 1950s beach resort, the club comes replete with a pool boasting panoramic views of the sand, two bars, a restaurant and plenty of chill-out spaces. It’s the perfect spot for a relaxing evening by the beach. You can frolick in the pool, groove along to dance music ranging from disco to house and tuck into upscale beach pub grub.


Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

Enjoy a slice of Tinseltown-laced Americana at Singapore's largest theme park. The rides, shows, stores and photo-ops with uber huggable characters like Shrek and Kungfu Panda all make for an incredible day out. Regardless of age, this is a must-visit.


Wave House Singapore

Wave House Sentosa

There’s no lack of activities at Wave House—there seems to always be a DJ spinning, a slew of schoolies on the FlowRider and a bevvy of pros on the FlowBarrel. There is an indoor restaurant, but you can also order tapas, sandwiches and pizzas from the beach bar, then hit the waves again.


S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium

No visit to Sentosa is complete without a visit to the S.E.A Aquarium, the largest of its kind in the world. With over 100,000 marine animals from more than 800 species, it sets the standard for marine life and conservation education in the region, offering an in-depth look at habitats the world over.

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