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The best beach clubs in Sentosa with unique cocktails

Here’s to basking in the sun with refreshing drinks

Time Out Singapore in partnership with Schweppes
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It’s been hot out lately, with the sun shining down on us and cloudless blue skies – now’s not the time to stay cooped at home. Instead, make the most of this fine weather by heading over to the best beach clubs in Singapore. Not only will we be lounging stylishly in beachside cabanas or enjoying stunning water views, but these five beach clubs are also the best watering holes to savour some of the more unique cocktails out there. 

Buckets of ice-cold bottled beer or fresh young coconuts? There’s all that, but these waterfront bars also offer refreshing drinks that have a splash of Schweppes – for that extra little sparkle we’ve been craving in our everyday lives.

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Best beach clubs in Sentosa

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Get on your sunnies and slap on some sunscreen, because at tropical beach bar Coastes, you’ll be basking in the sun without a single care in the world. Even the lounge chairs and umbrellas are colour-coordinated with hues of sailor blues and clean whites. This easy-breezy, family-friendly joint is right along Sentosa’s Siloso Beach, where you’ll be enjoying seaside views with a cocktail in hand. 

While they do have a reliable list of classic cocktails, they’ve added their own flair to staples like the Singapore Sling ($17). It’s hard to resist a heady mix of gin, cherry liqueur, lime and pineapple juices, and just a drop of bitters – all topped with Schweppes Soda Water. They’re also known for a solid spread of seafood and savoury bites, with many flocking over for the sticky, marinated chicken wings (from $13) or classic fish and chips ($22).

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Here’s another one at trendy Siloso Beach: Bikini Bar, known for its colourful decor and party-like atmosphere. But It’s the ambience that people enjoy here, with a music playlist constantly blasting old-school tunes from the 70s. It isn’t an endless menu of bar bites, but whatever they do, they do well enough with chicken or beef satay (from $10) and tacos (from $14). Order the chilli crab dip ($15), which comes with a side of deep-fried mantou buns for dipping. 

Once it turns to dusk and the sun is slowly sinking below the horizon, a spot near the water grants you a panoramic view of the glowing sunset. It’s a picturesque sight, made all the better when sipping on a minty Mojito ($16) –  you can choose to top this with a splash of Schweppes Soda Water. 

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Once again, it’s another laidback Siloso Beach joint, but this one’s a Hawaiian-themed beach club. Over at Ola Beach Club, this doles out Hawaiian burgers ($35) with pineapples and kalua pork as well as a Hapu’Upu’U ($26), a slab of seabass over barley risotto. They even offer water sports here, from kayaking ($25) to stand-up paddle boarding ($35). 

After an afternoon of fun in the sun, wind down with a drink: there’s a long list of juices, mixers, and alcoholic spirits so you can easily let the bartender know what your favourite concoction is. Our word of advice? Pair a zesty lime juice ($6.50) with a spirit of your choice, and top it all off with a Schweppes Tonic Water ($2).

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With three swimming pools and a pet-friendly area, Rumours Beach Club is one of the classic beach clubs you’ll find at Sentosa. You can simply while away an entire sunny afternoon by lounging in one of their sun deckchairs. What’s interesting about this particular beach club is that they’ve got quite the sprawl of Indonesian food – everything from lobster bakar ($58.80) to a full-fledged seafood platter ($188.80) which comes with grilled lobster, a whole red snapper, river prawns, squid, and white clams. 

There’s also charred chicken satay ($19.80), which is served with a quintessential creamy peanut sauce. Wash down all hearty grub down with one of their specialty cocktails. A Peacock Sandsation ($20.80) is a mix of gin, banana liqueur, pineapple juice, and yuzu paste for a refreshing tipple while the La Pasion de Pina ($20.80) is a twist on the classic G&T with passionfruit, rosemary, and pineapple freshness coming through. For the latter, make sure to order it with a Schweppes Tonic Water for bubbly goodness.

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When it’s a warm day, Tanjong Beach Club is where you’d want to be: enjoying the shade of a large umbrella while stretched out on a comfortable beachfront cabana. As the name declares, this is a beach club that’s set on the white sands of dog-friendly Tanjong Beach – so feel free to bring your pup with you. 

Order up a Tanjong Spritz ($21) for an Aperol Spritz that’s infused with vanilla, orange, and fresh lemon alongside a bubbly pour of Schweppes Soda Water. The Flirty Frosé ($21) is a solid choice for this sweltering weather too, as a frozen blend of rosé, elderflower, fresh strawberries, and honey.

Add some sparkle to your life with Schweppes

Photograph: Coastes

Rather than simply watching a movie, going out for dinner, and calling it a day – try adding some sparkle to your life. These beach clubs in Sentosa are some of the best in the whole of Singapore, with panoramic sea views and white sandy beaches. It’s also a huge plus that all five beach clubs serve unique cocktails, from a special rendition of a G&T to a refreshingly ice-cold frosé. 

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It’s even better with a splash of Schweppes, whether with Tonic Water or Soda Water. Both are trusty effervescent mixers that enhance the quality of any drink’s texture and taste. No surprises here, since it’s a heritage brand that dates back to 1783, known for its lightly fizzy beverages. This way, you can literally add some sparkle to your life with Schweppes, all while savouring life’s best experiences with your loved ones.

Keep on savouring the best of life with Schweppes 

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