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Written by Rhea Alex on May 8, 2020 Share on

Sentosa Island Attractions

A great recreational getaway, offering panoramic views of the city, amazing beaches, thrilling rides, luxury, and all things nice!! There’s something in ‘Sentosa Island,’ whether you want an adrenaline buff or a history buff; Sentosa leaves tourists with incredible memories of a lifetime. The Sentosa Island Attractions is a never-ending list, with new attractions popping up every now and then. Find our list of the top Sentosa Island attractions below. 

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore Sentosa
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Tourists looking to experience cutting edge rides, films – Puss In Boots’ Giant Journey, Battlestar Galactica: Human Vs Cylon, Transformers The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and many others or just enjoy a day filled with adrenaline rush; ‘Universal Studio,’ is for you. 

S.E.A Aquarium

S.E.A Aquarium Sentosa
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Covering as many as 800 varied species, across 49 habits and having about 1,00,000 marine animals; Singapore’s SEA Aquarium, is a must-visit  destination for any tourists in Sentosa. The most sought after center-piece is the ‘Open Ocean’ habitat,’ with tall glass, giving tourists the feel of lying upon the ocean floor.

Adventure Cove Waterpark

Adventure Cove Waterpark Sentosa
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If you’re looking at exciting plunges, gentle pools and getting up close to rays at the ‘Ray Bay,’ on your to-do list; the ‘Adventure Cove Waterpark,’ is just the right place for you. This is the perfect Sentosa attraction for families or a group of friends visiting the island for the first time. 

Wings of Time

Wings of Time Sentosa
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One of Singapore’s award winning shows, ‘Wings of Time,’ provides tourists with an extravaganza that is a combination of water displays and laser projections – all into one. Experience the magical 3D projection with the transcending musical effect in the background. Set in a larger than life water screen and breathtaking backdrop, get lost in the magical journey of the show. 

Singapore Cable Car

Singapore Cable Car Sentosa
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Tourists enjoy 360 degree views of the surrounding, while on 30 minute ride. Tourists are in for amazing views of the ‘Faber Peak’ and ‘Sentosa Island,’ through the only cable way linking the mainland to the island. 

Trick Eye Museum

Trick Eye Museum
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If you’re thrilled by optical illusions, the ‘Trick Eye Museum,’ is sure to give you a mind boggling time. Even better for tourists – where almost every other museum advises tourists not to touch the artwork – the Trick Eye Museum suggests just the opposite!

Skyline Luge Sentosa

Skyline Luge Sentosa
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Half go-kart, half toboggan ride, swerve your way along a stimulating Jungle and Dragon trail race – the ‘ Skyline Luge Sentosa,’ is bound to entertain the family and is a unique attraction that must be experienced. 

iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore
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Tourists enjoy a once in a lifetime activity at the world’s largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. Simulating tourists with a free fall from 12,000 to 3,000 feet, the ‘ iFly Singapore,’ is an unforgettable attraction at the island. 

Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Sentosa Singapore
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World famous personalities of David Beckham, Shahrukh Khan, Johnny Depp , Barack Obama, Queen Elizabeth II, Narendra Modi, Serena Williams, Tiger Woods and many others have their wax statues at – ‘Madame Tussauds,’ and is a definite must visit for first timers. Tourists could also go wild and click selfies with their favourite celebrities, sports icons and world leaders.

AJ Hackett Singapore

AJ Hackett Singapore
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Singapore’s first and only Bungy Jumping site  and Asia’s only jump site that features 4 thrilling aerial activities – Bungy Jumping, Giant Swing, Vertical Skywalk and Skybridge. A must try attraction for any tourists visiting Sentosa Island.

Megazip Adventure Park

Megazip Adventure Park Singapore
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Tourists fly at 60 km/hr over the forests of Sentosa’s beach island on the 450m long zip line, touted as Southeast Asia’s most extreme zip line experience! The second dose includes the ‘Mega Jump,’ with a jump down 15-meters with the complete sensation of a free-fall, but with the highest standards of safety.   

Tiger Sky Tower

Tiger Sky Tower Sentosa
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Singapore’s highest observation tower – ‘ Tiger Sky Tower,’ gives tourists a memorable view of the Singapore city.  Taking tourists upto 131 meters above sea level,  in an air-conditioned cabin that gently rotates –  truly gives tourists panoramic sights that are unforgettable. 

Sentosa Merlion

Sentosa Merlion
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Tourists can get up close with the Merlion at the 37-meter tall ‘ Sentosa Merlion Tower.’ You could also climb up to the crown of the ‘Merlion,’ for breathtaking panoramic views of the sea. Tourists learn about some of the provoking tales of Singapore. 

KidZania Singapore

 Kids have the time of their lives with a mix of activities – including the Acting Academy, the Aviation Academy, the Art Studio, the Health Institute, the Mountaineering School, and the Milk Innovation Lab among many others. This 81,000 sq. ft. mega indoor city is ideal for children aged 4 to 17, as they have fun and learn together, at the same time.

Wave House Sentosa

 A haven for surfers seeking the perfect waves, head here if you’re hoping for a day of great food, perfect waves and chill drinks. A 70,000 sq. beachfront complex with a pool, wave rides, 2 bars, live music & a surf shop – ‘ Wave House Sentosa,’ remains one of the most popular attractions. 

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