On a recent scorching afternoon I packed the gang up and headed over to Sentosa for a mini outing at Quayside Isle, which has recently opened to the public and which I’d heard was a great family-friendly destination. If you’re not exactly sure where on Sentosa Quayside Isle is, it’s basically right next to the W Sentosa Cove and consists of a little strip of boardwalk and eateries by a pretty little harbour with yachts bobbing in their moorings and surrounded by residential apartments, so they vibe is super-peaceful. There’s a little playground for burning off a bit of energy, and bringing scooters or bikes for a bit of wheelie fun would be a good idea… Then what mama? Well, hit up Kith for an iced coffee and a slice of cake of course!
The Quayside Isle Kith is absolutely enormous with a significant indoor area as well as the al fresco terrace bit complete with colourful chairs and tables. We were on a single-minded cake mission, but it seemed as though they served up breakfast and lunch items as well as baked goodies. Wandering down the boardwalk a little further, we came across a fab little selection of ride-on cars and toys outside Sole Pomodoro — it would be worth going there for lunch just to allow your kiddo to play with the toys! Heaven for toddlers!
What else is at Quayside Isle? Well, you can click here for the full run-down, but there’s a Jasons the Gourmet Grocer, Little Provence, Brussels Sprouts, Hera Beauty Salon, Nikei Fine Arts and a whole lot more. Next time we’re definitely doing cocktails by the quay!
Parking is available and costs from $3.50. Print out the map below if you’re still not sure how to get there.