The complete guide to Sentosa Island

We show you the best attractions, the coolest dining options and the top hotels to check into while you're on this little beach paradise

Gather the fam for some fun in the sun on Sentosa Island. From thrilling amusement park rides and fancy restaurants by the beach to relaxing spa resorts, here are the best things to do while you're there.

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Attractions

Universal Studios Singapore
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Universal Studios Singapore

Transformers: The Ride Location: Sci-Fi City Being encased in a surround-sound car with a sunroof for a viewing screen feels strange at first, but it’s the first IMAX screen you face with your 3-D glasses that shows you why this four-minute ride is an involving experience. The story goes that you are recruits travelling in Evac, a newbie Transformer trying to get the Allspark. What with the shakes from an angry Decepticon grabbing the chassis of the car, rumbles from explosions and plummeting down 30 storeys, you won’t notice that you’re watching 3-D movies horizontally with no crazy hydraulics. But it’s not for a lack of movement – in fact there is so much Michael Bay-ness going on that you’re soaked in the action – and almost literally at one point. Because it is a high-tech multi-sensory experience, you literally feel the heat as a missile blows up, and get sprinkled with a liquid substance when a robot gets punched in the stomach. Even if you hated the movies, you’ll still love the ride.Scare factor: 4/5 Battlestar Galactica Location: Sci-Fi City No matter how many planes you’ve flown on, your heart rate will always double at the mention of turbulence. But ‘technical glitches’ found on a rollercoaster – one that zooms at 90km/h, twists, turns and propels you over 14 storeys into the air (‘Human’) – takes that fear factor to a whole new level. Especially when the second track, where shoulder straps provide a (false?) sense of security, turns 360 degrees a couple of tim

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AJ Hackett Sentosa
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AJ Hackett Sentosa

You don't have to hop on a plane to a bungee jump anymore. Take the plunge at AJ Hackett Sentosa, Singapore's first and only bungee jump that's right over Siloso Beach. Dive head first or back flip you way over the edge – whatever you like.  Besides the bungee, there are also other high-element activities for the thrill-seekers among you, including a giant swing that requires partners to link arms as you 'fly', a vertical skywalk where you 'walk' (facedown, mind you) down the side of the tower down to ground level, a skybridge where you attempt to overcome your fear of height and vertigo, and a top swing where you freefall from 47m above ground. 

SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa
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SEA Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa

Sing 'unda tha sea' as you ogle at over 800 species of marine wildlife in the world's largest aquarium, which also has the title of the largest collection of manta rays in captivity.

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Combat Skirmish LIVE
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Combat Skirmish LIVE

The next time the line at the Luge gets too long, pop over to Combat Skirmish LIVE for a quick 15- or 30-minute game of laser tag. There’s no need to book in advance – just rock up to the ticketing counter and choose from six activities that include an indoor maze, laser clay shooting and a ‘tunnel battle’ all played out in Fort Siloso, the only preserved coastal fort in Singapore left behind from WWII. You don’t need a big group, either. In the tunnel battle, a team of maximum six players wage war against mechanical soldiers while bigger groups, of up to 12, can form two squads to navigate the indoor maze, shoot down opponents and accomplish team objectives. And don’t worry about painful ‘bullets’. The ‘firearms’ involve no physical projectiles and are powered by harmless infrared light, similar to that of remote controls.

Mega Adventure Sentosa
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Mega Adventure Sentosa

Singapore’s longest and steepest flying fox ride will send you soaring at breathtaking speeds across the 450m course. Best on an empty stomach.

iFly Singapore
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iFly Singapore

No excuses about not wanting to jump out of a plane, because now we can feel the rush of skydiving a few metres off the ground. You won’t have the Earth zooming towards you, but you will have the South China Sea to look at as your body is kept afloat in the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel. We can now finally take flight somewhere other than Changi. Flight packages start at $89 for adults, and $79 for children. Cheaper prices for off-peak timing.

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Fort Siloso
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Fort Siloso

If you visit only one World War II-related site, make it this one. The main story of Japan’s victory is punchily told, alongside displays on resistance hero Lim Bo Seng and Force 136, and on the local civilian experience during the Japanese occupation. The ‘Surrender Chambers’, containing exact waxwork replicas of the main players, are surprisingly effective at reconstructing the British surrender to the Japanese, and vice versa. But the main attraction is the sprawling structure of the fort itself. Wandering around the gun emplacements and underground complexes at your own pace gives a material sense of a place lived in and fought for that is just as striking (if not more so) than any number of theatricals. You can also learn how restored gun battery Fort Siloso played a vital role in Singapore’s defence in World War ll. Climb through tunnels and examine original guns, cannons, film clips and photographs from days past. Real danger not included. For ages 3-12. Free guided tours are available on Fri, Sat, Sun & PH, 11.30pm, 1.30pm, 2pm & 4pm.

Madame Tussauds
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Madame Tussauds

After months of hype and speculation, the renowned waxwork museum Madame Tussauds is finally setting up camp in Singapore. The museum will open on 25 October, taking over parts of the existing Images of Singapore building at Imbiah Lookout on Sentosa. Key themes at the new attraction include World Leaders, History, Film, Sport, Music and TV; there will also be an A-List Party section, where the figures of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp and friends will presumably be placed. Aside from international superstars such as Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee, visitors can take selfies with some of our local heroes and celebs, including Jack Neo and Gurmit Singh. Another feature to look out for when you head on over is the indoor boat ride, called Spirit of Singapore, which is unique to its Singapore outpost and will feature some of our native plants, models of attractions such as the recently sold Flyer, and glimpses of local culture, such as a re-enactment of a traditional Chinese opera. 

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For kids

Maritime Experiential Museum
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Maritime Experiential Museum

The newly revamped Resorts World Sentosa Maritime Experiential Museum reopens its doors to the public after nine months. Go on a voyage with well-known seafarers like Marco Polo and Sang Nila Utama to learn about the Maritime Silk Route. Sink into its rich trade history with 15 thematic galleries. Be wowed by the life-sized Jewel of Muscat – a ship built like a 9th century Arabian Dhow. Have a go at tying classic mariners' knots at the Learning To Navigate chamber – a brand new interactive section modelled after a ship’s lower deck. Don't miss the typhoon theatre's 4D show of a ship navigating a tumultuous storm. The museum reopens on December 29. 

KidZania Singapore
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KidZania Singapore

They say that we never actually grow up. We just become good at pretending. And at KidZania Singapore, your children will be really good at faking it (hopefully ’til they make it). The island’s newest edutainment centre is literally a city within a city. And spread across the massive facility are dozens of ‘real-world’ venues – scaled down, of course – where little ones can learn about being a firefighter, policeman, actor… you get the drift. Like its 22 counterparts around the world, the Singapore playground is developed in consultation with child education experts and supported by legit brands to complement learning experiences. And since activities here are designed for children aged four and up ($25/two to three-years-old, $58/four to 17-years-old, $35/adults), nearly everybody can get in on the fun. Here are the places your kids can choose to ‘work’ at. Aviation Academy You need to walk before you run, but why run when you can fly? One of the first things visitors will notice here — and it's impossible to miss — is the full-winged fuselage of a Boeing 737 within the indoor city. This is ground zero of the Aviation Academy, where your child will get to pretend to be a pilot in one of the full-fledged simulators on site.   Fire Station When there’s a fire in the neighbourhood, who you gonna call? One of the most popular establishments in KidZanias around the world, the fun-sized fire station – approved here by the SCDF – teaches kids about fire safety and prevention.

MOSH!
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MOSH!

Think of this as the Science Centre on steroids. Located in Sentosa, MOSH! is Singapore’s first 'digital media edutainment facility'. The idea is to encourage children of all ages to develop their creativity in fun ways within a safe and immersive environment. There's all sorts of technology, from projections to motion to interactive, here – your kids can even call upon their Minecraft skills to create their own virtual reality from scratch. 

K-live Sentosa
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K-live Sentosa

The first ever hologram theatre comes to Singapore. See 2PM, GOT7 and Wonder Girls in one venue, at least their life-like projections anyway. 

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Restaurants and bars

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

In true Robuchon fashion, chef Joël Robuchon opened not one, but two eateries side by side (his other is fine dining space Joël Robuchon Restaurant). L’Atelier’s set-up is similar to that of his branches in Paris, Tokyo, New York, London and Hong Kong, decked out in the chain’s signature sleek-and-sexy red-and-black theme. The exceptions to the decorations here are the display of vegetables – some julienned and mandolined, some left whole – and arranged in clear glass vases. These eye-catching decorations are painstakingly prepared for two hours every morning.  The best seats in this ‘workshop’ are at the bar. This warm and fiery 28-seat counter mimics the shape of the circular room and hugs the open-plan kitchen. It is from these high chairs that you’ll be able to watch the grill firing; the suckling pig roasting on a spit; the pillowy mashed potatoes being hand-whipped (for at least 45 minutes by one person, we hear); and the dishes getting plated.   The Discovery Menu ($318) during our visit is a 11-course tapas-style menu with dishes like squid with cauliflower risotto and chorizo sausage. If our portions are anything to go by, the food here isn’t quite tapas-sized, although it isn’t a full serving, either.   Particularly impressive were the well-rounded amuse bouche of savoury foie gras custard with a sweet berry-like red-port wine reduction and Parmesan foam; tender, moist Scottish lobster with curry and coriander; and the stuffed caramelised quail that oozes when

FOC Sentosa
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FOC Sentosa

Inspired by the beaches of Barcelona, FOC Sentosa is the sister outlet to the popular restaurant on HongKong Street but with a more laid-back vibe. The two-storey beach house is split into two wings, one with a focus on food and the other on drinks. Laze by the side of its private pool, cocktail in hand, and take in the sunset before heading in to enjoy a feast of grilled seafood and paella. Get the king crab cannelloni to start. The classic Italian dish gets a Mediterranean twist where zucchini ribbons replace pasta to encase sweet slivers of Alaskan king crab. Also try the cod fish and spinach caldoso rice, a variation of the traditional paella cooked over a low fire on a cast iron pan. Instead of attaining a crispy base with the rice, this dish has a creamy, almost risotto-like texture that soaks up the flavours of the cod tripe. 

Forest
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Forest

It's all about the family at Forest, celebrity chef Sam Leong's regionally focused Chinese eatery. Chef Joe Leong joins his father as Forest's junior sous chef and will be helming the restaurant's dessert station. The young 25-year-old pastry chef has spent the past seven years working for the likes of Janice Wong and Laurent Bernard and is looking to take Forest to the next level by focusing on plated desserts.  

Coastes
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Coastes

What’s a trip to the beach without lazing on a deckchair, Mai Tai in hand? At this sprawling seaside restaurant in Sentosa, you can do just that. Besides tropical cocktails, Coastes stocks a formidable array of draft and bottled beers ($13-$19), and the nosh is unfussy yet vibrant enough to live up to the restaurant’s beachy vibe. Go for the refreshing citrus crab salad ($18) or, if you’ve little ones in tow, one of the five pizzas ($20-$25) on the menu.

Tanjong Beach Club
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Tanjong Beach Club

It's been six years since Tanjong Beach Club – affectionately known as TBC – first replaced Sentosa’s beloved pop-up bar The Shack. Since then, TBC has proven itself a worthy successor with its laid-back vibe, buxom crowd and refined plates. Fast-forward to 2016 and the restaurant is changing up its food and drinks menu. Inspired by coastal cuisine from around the world, chef Jason Jones introduces to the new all-day menu dishes such as Mediterranean-style barbecued octopus salad ($23) and snapper ceviche ($23) reminiscent of Mexico. For mains, opt for the lobster bun ($38): half a lobster cut into chunks, tossed in lime and avocado mayonnaise dressing, and served between lightly toasted burger buns. And of course, what's TBC without its breezy weekend brunches? Aside from the typical eggy offerings, there are a few waist-friendly options, like the chilled melon salad ($16) and acai bowl ($21).  The Lo and Behold Group's Bar Mentor, Julian Serna, is responsible for the new cocktail programme. Fresh, tropical flavours are the order of the day, with drinks like the Tanjong Spritz ($19), a citrusy, effervescent cocktail that will quench your thirst after a day spent flaunting – or checking out – that bikini bod.

Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora
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Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora

On paper, Ocean Restaurant should be the hottest dining ticket in town: it’s uniquely housed within the world’s largest oceanarium at Resorts World Sentosa, with a breathtaking front-row seat to the massive undersea habitat, and headlined by an immensely likeable celebrity chef, Cat Cora, lauded for her philanthropy and sustainable approach to cooking. A year later, that hasn’t quite been the case at Ocean, but some tweaks to the menu may help the cause, along with new chef de cuisine Yew Eng Tong and his team. While dinner largely remains a moneyed, haute cuisine affair dominated by four-course tasting menus ($138), we’re happy to see a bit more flexibility at lunch time, with sets allowing diners to choose what they please, from starters ($20-$30), fish & seafood ($22- $32), meat ($26-$36) and dessert ($18) courses, with a minimum order of $38/person (which also happens to be the price of a day pass to the S.E.A. Aquarium). The culinary team displays chops in cooking meat like the Asian-inspired braised-seared short rib with bean sprouts and black truffle vinaigrette, and confit of duck leg with Japanese sweet potato and pomegranate molasses. With seafood sustainability a clear tenant in Cora’s beliefs, Ocean shines in its sourcing and preparing of seafood options. The barramundi – which is farmed in Penang – is served with crisp skin and parma ham floss, while the endangered Patagonian toothfish (a close cousin of the meaty cod) is said to be responsibly fished off the r

Ola Beach Club
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Ola Beach Club

Island life just got a whole lot more interesting with Ola Beach Club, Singapore’s only Hawaiian-themed lifestyle venue. Not only can you savour Hawaiian-style dishes like ahi poke bowls ($20) served with your choice of marinated tuna and Kalua pig tacos ($25), the beach shack also rents out a host of water sports equipment like water-propelled jet packs (from $228) for daredevils who want to try their hand at flying up to nine metres in the air.

Osia
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Osia

Australian celebrity chef Scott Webster and chef de cuisine Douglas Tay have designed an innovative à la carte menu inspired by fresh Australian produce, combining Asian influences with Western grilling techniques. Meats like the Byron Bay Berkshire pork rack, Kühlbarra barramundi fillet, Grainge Black Angus New York steak are grilled in a stone hearth and comes with chutneys, pickles and sauces. For an appetising start to your meal, order from a wide array of fresh seafood, including ceviche cured with refreshing citrus juices and vibrant spices. 

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Spas

ESPA
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ESPA

Adjacent to the water-themed Equarius Hotel at Resorts World Sentosa, ESPA is designed with total privacy and relaxation in mind: there are only two Garden Suites and two Beach Villas that cater to couples. Both options are self-contained spas within the premises, each with its own changing room, lounge and relaxation area. Additionally, the Beach Villas come with a private steam room and dip pool, too. ESPA also houses hot and cold facilities, such as a crystal steam room, rock sauna and a Japanesestyle onsen that curls up on the edge of a garden.

Auriga Spa
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Auriga Spa

Space is aplenty at Auriga and there are four couple spa suites that come with their private garden. The spa uses only all-natural organic products from The Organic Pharmacy and bases its treatments on the phases of them moon to ‘reflect the shifting energies of the lunar cycle’. Or something like that.

So SPA
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So SPA

So SPA bases its treatments on French cosmetology with a touch of Asian influence. Its spa menu reads like something you’d find at a French fine dining restaurant: treatments are sectioned into starters, mains and desserts, and you’re meant to mix and match them. 

Spa Luna
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Spa Luna

Hidden deep within the grounds of Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Spa Luna is technically not a part of the hotel – although it’d be hard to tell with the similar resort-like white walls and wood furnishings in its pre-war colonial building. There are three couple rooms, each with en suite bathrooms, and the spa even prepares a traditional Chinese dessert dish every day for a post-spa treat. For the ultimate zen weekend getaway, complete the treatment with a villa staycation.

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Hotels

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

The W Singapore is a sexy hotel. Beats thump through the lobby, beautiful people parade around the pool and red Prada leather adorns the lift walls. A staycation here is like peeping into the lifestyles of Sentosa Cove’s rich and famous – so don’t forget your polo tee and bug-eyed sunnies. The facilities Whatever you want, whenever you want it, the hotel is happy to provide. Even if it’s a tray of desserts served on a golden skateboard upon check-in. But the pool is where we spent most of our time: open 24/7, it pulses with life in the day and transforms into a private, sensuous and oh-so-inviting space at night. The food Dining options are never in short supply. Head down to Skirt for steak grilled on an open parilla or challenge the limits of your stomach with the buffet at The Kitchen Table. A skip and hop away from the hotel is Quayside Isle, home to 15 restaurants with views of the marina and its luxury yachts.The rooms There are ten room categories (from $740/night), but even the smallest clocks in at a spacious 40 square metres and comes with a bathtub. Sleep beneath a glowing floral wall motif and snuggle between 350-thread-count linen. If you want to ball hard, book out the Extreme WOW Suite. There’s a jacuzzi tub, a private lap pool and even a turntable with stacks of records to DJ your own bash. At more than ten grand a night, though, reserve this for a super special occasion.  DON'T MISS Wade over to the poolside bar, order your cocktail of choice and soak

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Capella Singapore
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Capella Singapore

Set against a lush rainforest, old meets new seamlessly at Sentosa’s six-star luxury hotel, where modern fixtures hug restored colonial buildings. Guests have the VivoCity shopping mall, Resorts World Sentosa and a range of watersports and other activities at their doorstep, but there’s also a day spa with a lavish treatment menu for those who wish simply to stay put. There is an adjoining property for long-term tenants. Both come with strong recommendations from guests for their fantastic views and service, where the staffs are more than willing to go out of their way to fulfil special requests for food and concierge services. 

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa

Spread across lush greenery, Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa offers luxurious resort-styled accommodation with sweeping views of the sunset at Sentosa Island's iconic Tanjong Beach. Providing a variety of accommodation types that range from rooms to suites and even villas, each elegantly-designed guestroom is inspired by Paris’ Jardin du Luxembourg and fitted wooden parquet finishings with carpets in cerulean and orchid hues. All accommodation types are also equipped with high-definition televisions and high-speed WiFi. The luxury rooms and suites offer Lanvin toiletries, while the villas boast exclusive Hermès products and access to So SPA’s outdoor garden facilities. The exquisite villas even feature an outdoor pool. Encompassing 4 in-house restaurants, Kwee Zen, LeBar, The Garden and ilLido at The Cliff, Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa offers exquisite Western and Asian delights, Magnifique patisseries and an unparalled wine list. Alternatively, guests may treat themselves to rejuvenating massages at So SPA, where ancient massage traditions meet latest French cosmetology. The Villa des Enfants offers a multitude of features that will appeal to all younger guests. Activities available include sports, dancing, storytelling and a variety of classes on weekends. Business travelers may utilise the state-of-the-art business venue, set against a backdrop of the South China Sea, and equipped with the latest technologies and facilities.

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Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

Nestled within private gardens, Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa offers accommodation in a restored colonial building located at the heart of Sentosa Island, opposite Imbiah Monorail Station. Dating back to the 1940s, the property's Heritage Wing has been fully-restored by architectural firm, DP Architects. This smoke-free hotel boasts an outdoor infinity pool and a fully-equipped fitness centre. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.It is a 10-minute walk from Universal Studios Singapore and Resorts World Casino. Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa is a 20-minute drive from popular Orchard Road and 35 minutes drive from Changi International Airport.Designed by Japanese design firm, Super Potato, spacious air-conditioned rooms offer modern interiors with warm colour schemes and natural materials. The granite bathroom is fitted with a deep-set bathtub and separate shower.Guests can approach the 24-hour front desk for currency exchange, luggage storage, concierge and laundry services.Open for all-day dining, the hotel’s restaurant serves both international and local dishes. There is also an attached terrace with outdoor seating.

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Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Set amid 15 acres of exotic gardens, Shangri-La Singapore offers a hideaway, a 7-minute walk from bustling Orchard Road. This luxurious hotel boasts pampering body treatments at CHI, The Spa and a fitness centre. Free WiFi is available in rooms.Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is a 10-minute drive from Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is within a 20-minute ride from Marina Bay Sands Singapore and Singapore Flyer.Shangri-La’s rooms are located in 3 distinctive wings, each offering its unique atmospheres. Rooms are wired with free internet access and cable TV channels. Minibars, tea/coffee makers and ironing facilities are provided.Guests can take a leisurely swim in the outdoor pool surrounded by lush gardens or work out with a game of tennis. A florist, hair/beauty salon and gift shop provides added conveniences for guests. Free private parking is offered.Exquisite Cantonese cuisine is featured in Shang Palace. International food and Japanese fare is served at The Line and NAMI Restaurant and Bar respectively. Waterfall Ristorante Italiano offers authentic Southern Italian cuisine, while drinks can be enjoyed at The Lobby Lounge by Shang-ri La and The Rose Veranda. Artisanal pastries can be enjoyed at ShopHouse by Shangri-La.

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Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

Just a 3-minute walk to Palawan Beach, and boasting panoramic views of the South China Sea, Amara Sanctuary Resort is located on tropical Sentosa Island in Southern Singapore. It offers 2 dining options and 4 outdoor pools. It is located just 3 minutes from Universal Studios Singapore and the casino at Resorts World Sentosa. Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa offers a free return shuttle to Harbourfront.Boasting stylish wooden furnishings and large windows, air-conditioned rooms at Amara Sanctuary are equipped with Smart TVs that include built-in WiFi, media streaming functions and pre-installed media programs. A personal safe and tea/coffee making facilities are also included.Massage treatments are available at the spa. The resort also provides a business centre and free parking.Shutters restaurant showcases modern Singaporean cuisine and features an outdoor terrace and open-concept kitchen. It is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy your choice of drinks at Tier Bar, where you can indulge in some karaoke.

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Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

Nestled within private gardens, Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa offers accommodation in a restored colonial building located at the heart of Sentosa Island, opposite Imbiah Monorail Station. Dating back to the 1940s, the property's Heritage Wing has been fully-restored by architectural firm, DP Architects. This smoke-free hotel boasts an outdoor infinity pool and a fully-equipped fitness centre. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.It is a 10-minute walk from Universal Studios Singapore and Resorts World Casino. Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa is a 20-minute drive from popular Orchard Road and 35 minutes drive from Changi International Airport.Designed by Japanese design firm, Super Potato, spacious air-conditioned rooms offer modern interiors with warm colour schemes and natural materials. The granite bathroom is fitted with a deep-set bathtub and separate shower.Guests can approach the 24-hour front desk for currency exchange, luggage storage, concierge and laundry services.Open for all-day dining, the hotel’s restaurant serves both international and local dishes. There is also an attached terrace with outdoor seating.

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Siloso Beach Resort, Sentosa

Siloso Beach Resort, Sentosa

Offering tranquillity and a rustic environment, Siloso Beach Resort is an award-winning eco resort boasting a landscaped spring water pool and spa on Sentosa Island. Surrounded by lush greenery, the resort offers selected rooms with South China Sea views.Resort Siloso Beach is a 5-minute walk from Sentosa Luge and Skyride, as well as Wave House, where artificial waves are created for surfing. A 10-minute shuttle bus ride brings guests to Harbourfront MRT Station.Rooms at the resort are fitted with flat-screen cable TVs and internet access. Tea/coffee makers are provided, with select rooms offering minibars. Safety deposit boxes and hairdryers are included.Complimentary eco tours are available daily. A dip in the hot tub or massage services can be enjoyed in the resort itself. The resort offers laundry and dry cleaning services.Local dishes can be enjoyed at the seafront Siloso Beach Café. A variety of International cuisine is also offered on the menu.

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