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Things to Do in Sentosa for Kids: Attractions, Activities, Restaurants & More

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From Universal Studios Singapore and the S.E.A Aquarium to HydroDash and the Skyline Luge, Sentosa’s beach clubs, Sentosa Cable Car and more – here’s our complete family-friendly guide to Sentosa island!

Our ultimate guide to Sentosa for kids covers all the fun things to do in Sentosa – from Sentosa’s best beaches like Palawan beach, Sentosa to our favourite kid-friendly Sentosa restaurants, kids’ activities and things to do from the Sentosa zipline to watersports. And if you’re looking for kid-friendly chalets or hotels for a staycation, be sure to check out our top picks! Plus, we have all the deets on the newly opened attraction at Sentosa – Sentosa Sensoryscape – and other free things you can do at Sentosa without breaking the bank!

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Things to Do in Sentosa

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There is SO much to do in Sentosa for kids, it really depends on what you’re after. Want to spend a day at Palawan beach? See below! Want a healthy dose of history? Visit Fort Siloso or the Imbiah Battery. After an adrenaline rush? Go bungy jumping or try out the Skyline Luge or iFly. Keen to learn more about Sentosa’s nature and wildlife? Visit S.E.A. Aquarium or the Butterfly Park. And of course there are theme parks like Universal Studios and Adventure Cove. See below for our favourite Sentosa attractions, organised by category (we’ve noted which ones are FREE!).

Free Sentosa Attractions and Activities

NEW! Sentosa Sensoryscape

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Sentosa Sensoryscape is the newest attraction at Sentosa that features immersive experiences at six sensory gardens that will awaken all of your senses. This 350-metre garden walkway includes the Lookout Loop, Tactile Trellis, Scented Sphere, Symphony Streams, Palate Playground and Glow Garden, each enriched with audio-visual experiences that will transport you into a whole new world. Kids can play with responsive plants at Tactile Trellis, breathe in therapeutic fragrances at the Scented Sphere or try edible plants at the Palate Playground. Plus, don’t miss ImagiNite (daily from 7:50pm – 9:40pm), an interactive digital light art and augmented reality experience comprising light shows and digital floor projections across Sensoryscape.
Opening Hours for Sentosa Sensoryscape: 24 hours daily
How much: Free!

Sentosa Sensoryscape, Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Sentosa Beach Courts

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Get your dose of vitamin D and a good workout at Sentosa’s gorgeous beaches: Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach and Palawan Beach. Look out for beach volleyball nets, bring your beach volleyball along and get active with your family and friends.
Opening Hours for Sentosa Beach Courts: Daily, 24/7
How much: Free!

Sentosa Beach Courts, Siloso Beach, Tanjong Beach and Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Fort Siloso: A Slice of Singapore’s History

Fort Siloso Skywalk at Sentosa
Image Credit: Fort Siloso Skywalk via Sentosa’s Official Website

A must for history buffs, this was the site of the Japanese surrender to the British in WWII. You’ll find military paraphernalia and weapons, the remains of fortified tunnels, and wax figures of Japanese and British soldiers. And of course, there’s plenty of greenery to shade you from the sun as you get snippets of Singapore’s history.
Opening Hours for Fort Siloso at Sentosa: Daily, 10am – 6pm
How much: Free!

Fort Siloso, Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099981,

Fort Siloso Skywalk

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This 181-meter-long trail provides a scenic treetop trek en route to Fort Siloso – 11 stories above the ground! This free Sentosa attraction is a great Instagrammable spot surrounded by lush greens and a breathtaking panoramic view of Fort Siloso.
Opening Hours for Fort Siloso Skywalk at Sentosa: Daily, 9am – 10pm
How much: Free!

Fort Siloso Skywalk, Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099981,

Imbiah Trail & Sentosa Nature Discovery

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This 2.3km nature trail in Sentosa features interactive exhibits, sculptures and a lookout point, along with different flora and fauna along the route. Little ones can learn about different trees and flowers around the island, and if you’re lucky, you may be able to spot the endangered Magpie Robin. The Geology Gallery, located inside Sentosa Nature Discovery, will teach you all about earth processes and rock formation and how it shapes our world today.
Opening Hours of Sentosa Nature Discovery: Daily, 9am – 5pm
How much: Free!

Sentosa Nature Discovery, 51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099702,

Imbiah Bridge

Imbiah Trail at Sentosa
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This 25m elevated boardwalk links the Nature Discovery Trail to the Imbiah forest. Immerse yourself in the sounds of Sentosa’s nature and be comforted by the surrounding greenery. The 200m Canopy Walk allows you to closely observe the flora and fauna 4 metres above the ground.
How much: Free!

Imbiah Bridge, 51 Imbiah Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099702

Sentosa Musical Fountain

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The Sentosa Musical Fountain is one of Sentosa’s most iconic shows that began all the way back in the 1980s! Be amazed by the synchronisation of water jets as they dance to vibrant soundtracks against the backdrop of the open sea.
Sentosa Musical Fountain Show Times: 4pm, 4:30pm, 5pm, 5:30pm and 6pm
How much: Free (for a limited time only).

Sentosa Musical Fountain, Beach Station, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia at Sentosa

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Did you know that Palawan Beach houses the southernmost point of Continental Asia? Head to Palawan Beach and walk across a suspension bridge to a tiny islet that marks the Southernmost Point of Asia. Take the stairs up the viewing towers to get a picture-perfect view of the South China Sea.
Opening Hours of the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia: Daily, 9am – 7pm
How much: Free

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia, Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Sentosa Attractions and Activities

Skyline Luge Singapore

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Looking for a bit of thrill? You’re going to love Skyline Luge in Sentosa! There are four purpose-built 2.6-km tracks with hairpin corners, tunnels and plenty of downhill slopes that will take you through a rainforest with mystical creatures. The experience kicks off with a ride on the Skyride, a four-seater chairlift, boasting stunning views of Singapore’s skyline. Once you’re at the top, hop on the Luge then pick out an exhilarating track of your choice and feel the wind in your hair as you drift downslope at Southeast Asia’s first Luge ride, a must-visit if you’re after an adrenaline rush. Soak in the lush greenery and sea breeze as you let gravity take you on a thrilling ride during the day or take your experience up a notch with the magic of Night Luge Ride The Beat. Whizz down neon-lit tracks and enjoy a soundtrack featuring the latest hits every Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 9pm– a perfect way to unwind with your family after a long week! Plus, you’ll get to take home a digital photo or a video of your luge in action for your memory album. Tip: purchase tickets online to skip the ticket queue and hop straight into your luge!

Skyline Luge Singapore, 1 Imbiah Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099692,

KidZania (Opening Soon!)

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KidZania is an indoor playground that lets kids role play different jobs. We’re so excited that it will reopen very soon with fun new jobs like a YouTube Entrepreneur, an Animation Studio and Makers’ Space. Plus, there will also be a range of KidZania activities across Sentosa Island! Watch this space for more deets!
Opening Hours of KidZania: TBC

KidZania, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Skypark Sentosa by AJ Hackett

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If you can’t get enough of an adrenaline rush, then head over to Skypark Sentosa. There’s a bungy jump that sits 50 metres high and has no age restrictions (minimum height 120cm). You can even strap into a giant swing, and ‘fly’ towards the Siloso beach at a speed of 120km/hr! Or for something a little less intense, take Insta-worthy photos at the 40-metre sky-high walkway from the global company that started it all.
Opening Horus for Skyline Luge at Sentosa: 11am – 7:30pm (Monday – Friday) and 10am – 9pm (Saturday & Sunday)

Skypark Sentosa, 30 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099011

iFly Singapore

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Ever dreamt of flying? Now’s your chance to experience what it feels like to fly! Don special flight suits at iFly and go airborne in the world’s largest themed wind tunnel (for kids ages 7 and up). This experience simulates real skydiving conditions indoors. At one-fifth the cost of a tandem jump, you can experience what it’s like to fall from 12,000 to 3,000 feet in the wind tunnel.
Opening Hours for iFly Singapore at Sentosa: Daily, 9am – 10pm (except Wednesday, 11am – 10pm)

iFly Singapore, 43 Siloso Beach Walk #01-01, Sentosa, Singapore 099010

Nestopia: Sentosa Playground

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Image Credit: Nestopia via Sentosa’s Official Website

Nestopia is one of the best playgrounds in Sentosa! This beachfront adventure playground and obstacle course at the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa is a big hit with kiddos. There are 17 play sections with netted obstacle courses connecting 3 giant nests and 2 of the longest slides on Sentosa island.
How much: It’s $12 nett for 1-hour playtime per child – one adult entry is included for every child (aged 12 and below). Children below the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult.
Opening Hours for Nestopia at Sentosa: 2pm – 6:45pm (Wednesday – Friday), 10am – 7pm (Saturday, Sunday, PH & local school holidays)

Nestopia, 6 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa 098995, Singapore

MEGA Adventure Park: Zip Line

Image Credit: Mega Adventure Park via Sentosa’s Website

Hop on the 450m zip line or do the treetops ropes course at MEGA Climb. Enjoy sweeping views of Sentosa island with this thrilling zip line or bounce 8-metres high on their bungy trampolines on Siloso Beach. Brave kiddos over 1.2-metres in height can also go through an exciting tree-top obstacle course.
Opening Hours for MEGA Adventure Park at Sentosa: Daily, 11am – 6pm

MEGA Adventure Park, 10A Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099008

The Palawan @ Sentosa: Fun Family Playground

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The Palawan @ Sentosa promises a new family-friendly playground with a go-kart track (HyperDrive), beach clubs, golfing for kids and a water theme park! Mum and dad can relax at the beach while your little ones build sand castles. Older kiddos can get their adrenaline fix by racing through the go-kart track or jumping into the ocean with Singapore’s first floating aqua water theme park. Do note that Splash Tribe will be closed for upgrading from 1 to 30 April 2024.
Opening Hours for The Palawan @ Sentosa: Varies for each attraction

The Palawan @ Sentosa, Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore,


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Hyperdrive is the newest go kart track in Singapore situated in Shangri-La’s family beach club, The Palawan @ Sentosa. This fully electric, indoor go-kart circuit has a three-level racetrack and an integrated gamified experience that will transport drivers into a virtual game – kind of like playing Mario Kar in real life! Get ready for 308 metres of thrilling straightways and 14 exciting turns. There are 36 eco-friendly electric go-karts in senior, junior and tandem kart configurations so you can even ride with your kids!
Opening Hours of Hyperdrive: 12:30pm – 9pm (Monday – Friday) & 10am – 9pm (Saturday & Sunday)

Hyperdrive, 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098233,

Ultra Golf

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Fancy a game of mini golf by the beach? Head to UltraGolf at The Palawan @ Sentosa for an 18-hole course with two tee positions for a hole-some family activity. Catered to players of all ages and skill levels, you’ll get to enjoy 750 metres of playing length as you make your way through UltraGolf’s tournament-worthy mini golf course. Prices are $18 for kids aged 3 to 12 years old and $22 for adults. Tip: We’d suggest purchasing the weather insurance for $2, so you can reschedule your mini golf session to another day in the event of heavy rain or a lightning warning.
Opening Hours of UltraGolf: 12:30pm – 9pm (Monday – Friday, last entry at 8pm) and 10am – 9pm (Saturday, Sunday, PH and School Holidays)

UltraGolf, 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098233,

Splash Tribe

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Looking for a relaxing kid-friendly experience? Spend the day at Splash Tribe, where the kids can enjoy a sandcastle-themed play zone with water slides and the grown-ups can unwind in the infinity pool. Order milkshakes for the kids, signature cocktails for the grown-up and delicious bites from their menu when tummies start grumbling, then sit back and enjoy getting your dose of vitamin D!
Do note that Splash Tribe will be closed for upgrading from 1 to 30 April 2024. 
Opening Hours of Splash Tribe: 10am – 7pm (Monday – Friday), 9:30am – 10:30pm (Saturday, Sunday, Eve of and PH)

Splash Tribe, 54 Palawan Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098233,

Universal Studios Singapore

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Image Credit: Universal Studios Singapore via Sentosa’ Website

Universal Studios Singapore needs no introduction. Known for its exciting rides, family-friendly shows, and movie characters that wander the park for photos, it’s a great place to spend the day with the kids. From hot dogs, pizza, burgers and more, there are also restaurants with a wide variety of food to fill hungry tummies!
Opening Hours for Universal Studios Singapore at Sentosa: Daily, 10am – 7pm

Universal Studios Singapore, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269,

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Adventure Cove Waterpark at Sentosa
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The best way to beat the heat on a sunny day is to play in water! One of the best waterparks in Singapore, Adventure Cove Waterpark in Sentosa has rides, slides and animal encounters for all ages. Brave kiddos will love the thrilling water slides full of high-speed twists and turns, while the younger ones can float along the lazy river or splash around in the Big Bucket Treehouse. Read more about water parks in Singapore here.
Opening Hours of Adventure Cove Waterpark at Sentosa: Daily, 10am – 5pm

Adventure Cove Waterpark, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269,

HydroDash Floating Aqua Park

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HydroDash Floating Aqua Park is where you’ll find slides and inflatables just off Palawan Beach in Sentosa. There are multiple floating platforms to balance on along with steep slides to climb up and slide down as you navigate the slippery obstacle course. From inflatable playgrounds to a thrill-seeking obstacle course, this is a great family-friendly Sentosa attraction that will keep everyone entertained for hours!
Opening Hours of HydroDash at Sentosa: 12pm – 6pm (Monday – Friday) and 10am – 6pm (Saturday & Sunday)

HydroDash Floating Aqua Park, Palawan Beach, Sentosa, Singapore 098498,

Trick Eye Museum

Trick Eye Museum at Sentosa
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One of the most Instagrammable spots in Singapore, Trick Eye Museum has lots of fun optical illusions and photo ops that kids of all ages will love. This 3D interactive AR museum engages all of your senses and is fun for all ages! If you download the free “XR Museum” mobile app, you can take photos and videos that come to life with hidden animals, magic, fireworks and more. Be enthralled by these fun mind-bending exhibits for a day of fun.
Opening Hours of Trick Eye Museum at Sentosa: Daily, 11am – 7pm

Trick Eye Museum, Block B, 80 Siloso Road #01-04, Southside, Sentosa, Singapore 098969,

Madame Tussaud’s Singapore

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Madame Tussaud’s Singapore is a world-famous wax museum that has attracted crowds from all over the world. Here, you can get ‘up close and personal’ with over 80 celebrity wax figures from Asia, Hollywood, Bollywood and more. Be the star of the show in immersive experiences or a celebrity for the day as you walk the red carpet. Marvel fans can experience the superhero power with the new thrilling 4D Marvel movie!
Opening Hours of Madame Tussauds Singapore at Sentosa: 10am – 6pm (Sunday – Friday), 12pm – 6pm (Saturday)

Madame Tussaud’s Singapore, 40 Imbiah Rd, Sentosa, Singapore 099700,

HeadRock VR

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This indoor family-friendly attraction in Sentosa features thrilling rides and interactive shooting games. At HeadRock VR, younger kids can enjoy the Kids Media Interactive Zone, where they can draw, play and jump in a futuristic playground that integrates modern digital technologies for an unforgettable experience. Hop on a dog sledge to brave a storm blizzard or fight zombies to survive the apocalypse.
Opening Hours for HeadRock VR at Sentosa: 12pm – 7pm (Monday – Friday) and 11am – 7pm (Saturday – Sunday)

HeadRock VR, Blk B, 80 Siloso Road, Southside #01-03, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098969,

GoGreen Cycle: Rent bicycles to cycle Sentosa Island

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Rent a bike, grab a map, and start exploring Sentosa with your kids! Ride through Sentosa’s 12km cycling tracks to explore different parts of the island or maybe even catch the sunset at a beach. Do note that tandem bikes and child seats are not available, so this activity would be more suitable for families with older kiddos who can ride on their own. Cycle along the beaches, through the nature trails, or explore Sentosa Cove Village to enjoy a lovely view of yachts.
Opening Hours for GoGreen Cycle at Sentosa: Daily, 10am – 7pm (last rental at 6pm)

GoGreen Cycle, 51 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 009901,

S.E.A. Aquarium

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S.E.A. Aquarium is pricey, but worth it for the wondrous displays of sea life (more than 100,000 marine animals!) that are sure to wow your kids. Learn about how marine animals interact with each other and be awed by the magnificent sea creatures like the sharks, sting rays, and more. Little ones will love watching marine life up close, so be sure to pop by for an afternoon of marine fun!
Opening Hours for S.E.A. Aquarium at Sentosa: Opens at 10am but closing time varies daily. Click here for full schedule.

S.E.A. Aquarium, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098269,

Sentosa Beach Guide

Sentosa Palawan Beach

Sentosa has three beautiful public beaches that are wonderful for swimming (if you don’t mind the sight of oil tankers in the distance), sand-castle building, and even walks with your dog: Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach.

Ola Beach Club at Sentosa
Image Credit: Ola Beach Club via Facebook

Check out our ultimate guide to the best beaches in Singapore for more deets, but in brief: Palawan is neat because it’s the southernmost point in Continental Asia (and has a really cool rope bridge) and features Shangri-la’s fun family playground ‘The Palawan @ Sentosa’; Siloso Beach has kid-friendly Sentosa restaurants like Coastes and Ola Beach Club; and Tanjong Beach is where you can laze the day away in a rented cabana at Tanjong Beach Club (advanced booking required). Be sure to also check out these beach clubs in Sentosa for more days of family fun!

Giant sculptures on Palawan Beach

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Discover four giant friends at secret locations along Sentosa’s Palawan Beach! Crafted by international recycling artist Thomas Dambo, the larger-than-life Explorers of Sentosa giants are made from upcycled wood and plastic, and tower over 5 metres in height! Each of them has a story to tell, inviting us to reflect on how we can improve our interactions with nature and the waste we generate. The giant sculptures are open to the public and you can find them with the help of a digital map. Hunt for these Sentosa giants at Palawan Beach until end 2024!

Explorers of Sentosa, Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore,

Sentosa Restaurants: Michelin-starred Restaurants to McDonald’s

You can find every kind of cuisine to suit every taste and budget on Sentosa. At ResortsWorld, there are kid-friendly restaurant chains like Din Tai Fung, Mcdonald’s and Hard Rock Cafe to go along with celebrity chef restaurants and Michelin winners like Cat Cora’s Ocean and Table65.

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Coastes ranks among our favourite Sentosa restaurants due to its beachfront dining, laidback vibe and extensive menu – what’s better than feeling the sand between your toes while you munch on breakfast waffles (or sip a margarita)? And kids can build sandcastles tableside while you wait for your food!

FOC Sentosa is another cool beach club restaurant in Sentosa with delicious food (the menu was designed by a Michelin chef!) that’s also super welcoming to kids and pets. As a bonus, you can also book beach beds online!

Ola Beach Club and Tanjong Beach Club also offer kid-friendly all-day dining, along with swimming pools and day beds. Ola has fun water sports like Stand Up Paddleboarding, banana boats, kayaking and more, to boot!

Rumours Beach Club at Sentosa
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Rumours Beach Club is another one of our fave spots in Sentosa to head to with kids, as they’ve got three swimming pools (including a dedicated kids’ pools), lots of beachfront, and bookable beach beds.

Trapizza at the Shangri-La Sentosa is another family restaurant in Sentosa, due to its crowd-pleasing menu of thin-crust pizzas and pastas, and its on-site play area and beach.

Situated right on the edge of the beach next to Hyperdrive is the newest restaurant on Sentosa beach, Greek restaurant Blu Kouzina.

The Palawan Food Trucks offer a culinary adventure featuring flavours from all over the world. Grab a seat in the shaded area, and order some tacos,  Fish & Chips, or Asian steamed buns from the stationery food trucks.

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Over on the other side of Sentosa is Quayside Isle which offers up breezy waterfront dining at some of our favourite local restaurants in Sentosa Cove, including Greenwood Fish Market, Blue Lotus, Common Man Coffee and Sabio by the Sea.

And if you’re a brunch lover, Sentosa hotels like the W, Capella, Sofitel and Shangri-La all have stunning buffet options – many of which can be combined with passes to their gorgeous swimming pools, kids’ play facilities, and even free parking.

Sentosa Entry Fee

The standard Sentosa entry fee if you enter via the Sentosa Express is $4 for adults and $2 for selected TransitLink concession card holders. Hot tip: If you get to Sentosa by foot or bycicle via the Sentosa Boardwalk, you’ll get to enter for free! Plus, you can check off your workout for the day since you’ll get lots of steps in!

There’s a $6 toll fee for cars ($5 for taxis) to get onto the island.

How to get to Sentosa by Car

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By Car: Sentosa is super easy to reach – it’s under 10 minutes by car from the CBD, and there’s a $6 toll to get onto the island.

Parking at Sentosa: If you are at Sentosa for Universal Studios, S.E.A Aquarium or RWS restaurants, you will find ample parking at Resorts World (free with a $50 minimum spend at select restaurants).

If you’re heading to Quayside Isle at Sentosa Cove – home to a number of Sentosa restaurants, shops, and even international schools – there’s a (paid) car park right before all the F&B.

If you plan to spend the day at Palawan Beach, you can park at Tanjong 1 Carpark for easy beach access.

Nearest MRT to beaches in Sentosa: Beach Station

Sentosa is easily accessible by public transport: there are multiple bus lines (though the 123 line is your most direct route), along with the Sentosa Shuttle Bus on weekends and public holidays from Tampines Hub. You can also take the MRT to Harbourfront Station, then switch over to the Sentosa Express Monorail ($2 –$4), which makes stops at three stations on the island (Resorts World, Imbiah Station, and Beach Station). There is also the Sentosa Beach Shuttle, a complimentary shuttle bus that drives in loops around Sentosa island.

Singapore Cable Car: Cross the Ocean with a Breathtaking View

Want to get to Sentosa in a novel way? Fly on board the Singapore Cable Car and enjoy the amazing aerial views from 100 metres above sea level. It’s such a stunning sight – especially on a cloud-free day! The Singapore Cable Car is the only cableway that links Mount Faber, HarbourFront and Sentosa Island and this trip is guaranteed to delight the kiddos! Take the Mount Faber Line to enjoy the wonderful hilltop views of the lush rainforest before flying to the HarbourFront station. From here you’ll get unparalleled views of the Singapore Harbour. Your next stop is Sentosa! Get ready for breathtaking views of Sentosa island as you fly into Sentosa station. The Sentosa Line runs seamlessly throughout the island where you can see your favourite golden sandy Palawan beach from above. Local special rate round trip tickets are priced from $28 for adults (UP $35) and $20 (UP $25) for kids aged 4 to 12 years old, though you can usually score various deals and ticket bundles on Sentosa’s website and elsewhere.

Sentosa Map

Want to plan your family day out to Sentosa? Click here to get the Sentosa Discovery Guide with the Sentosa map, recommended attractions at Sentosa, exclusive promos and Sentosa insider tips for a fun afternoon exploring the beautiful island of Sentosa!

We hope you and your family have a super time enjoying all the activities that Sentosa has to offer!

Read More: Best Singapore Beaches to Visit with Kids

Lead image sourced via Sentosa; monorail image by alantankenghoe; Resorts World Sentosa image by Simon_sees; beach image by Michell Tam; iFly image by Irina Nilsson Photography;  MEGA Zip image by Singapore Tourism Board; S.E.A. Aquarium Image by Resorts World; Rumours beach club sentosa

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