Expect 400 villas over six islands, among other things.

Forget Batam and Bintan (ok, not really), because by next year, you could be having your next Indonesian beach jaunt just 16km away from Sentosa Cove. The upcoming and rather bizarrely named Funtasy Island (aka Pulau Munis), by the Louvre Hotel Group and its Golden Tulip brand, purports to be the "world's largest eco theme park", with 328 hectares of beaches across six little islands, 400 villas, a 200-room condotel and a 230-suite hotel.

According to a recent story by Channel News Asia, there are also plans for a theme park, a spa and a beach club, more underwater activities and perhaps a cave diving training center, too.

The resort will be open some time in 2016, and it'll be a 25-minute ferry ride from HarbourFront. If you're fancy, you might also be able to charter a yacht from the hotel.