The man-made island of Sentosa is connected to Singapore via a bridge and is always buzzing with activity. They are known primarily for the Resorts World, Universal Studios, and as well as many coveted beaches in Singapore. A free bus and a monorail service connect Singapore with Sentosa.
Sentosa is primarily made to cater to recreational purposes and is full of water parks, theme parks, joy rides, and activity centers to keep you busy. For your next adventure in Sentosa, try our top 10 activities if you are an absolute adrenaline junkie.
Universal Studios is Asia’s most popular complex of themed rides, live shows and Hollywood movie-sets with record-breaking visitors every year. Originally a part of the Resorts World Sentosa development, Universal Studios caters to one and all. The Universal Studios is divided into 7 sections namely HollywoodNew York, Ancient Egypt, and Madagascar, each unique in its own way. Step in for an experience of a lifetime.
Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore
Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore is known for its fun rides and adventure seekers. The Ray Ban and the Rainbow Reef are the most popular among 7 different rides here and is one of the primary attractions in Sentosa. The latter allows you to get up close and personal with over 20000 fishes underwater.
The first-ever luge in Southeast Asia is located at Sentosa. You can control this ride as per your convenience with a unique steering and braking system which rides down a hill on a 650-metre track from the Imbiah Lookout to Siloso Beach.
For the more serious thrill seeker, the Skyride is another option to try out here. This ride offers you stunning views of the nearby beaches from an open-air cable is driven chairlift up and above the Imbiah Lookout.
Tiger Sky Tower
The Tiger Sky Tower is Singapore’s highest viewing tower at 131 metres above sea level. Visitors in this ride reach the summit while the history of Singapore is explained along with the identification of significant landmarks on the way up. The view from the summit is breath-taking with a 360 degrees panoramic view of Singapore and its adjoining islands. Tickets are priced at S$15 for adults and children ride for a little cheaper.
One of the most spectacular sound and lighting show in Singapore, the Resort World Sentosa brightens up with the spectacular visuals of two love-birds dance and move to the music. For visitors who do not intend to travel to Sentosa, they can catch it live from across the river at Vivo City.
Resort World Sentosa Casino
Located inside the Resort world is Singapore’s largest opened in 2010 slightly before the Casino at the Marina Bay Sands opened its doors to the public? The casino here boasts a whole host of luxurious gaming areas, including poker and blackjack tables, lines of slot machines and plenty of bars to celebrate/down your cheer and despair.
AJ Hackett Sentosa
If bungee jumping is your bliss, then head to AJ Hackett Sentosa where you can jump from 50 meters above. The Giant Swing allows you to race your competitors. These are 2 swings attached side by side and can reach up to a speed of 120km/hour. 3 people can be accommodated on each. There is also the Vertical Skywalk which lets you walk down the side of the tower towards Siloso beach. Every adrenaline junkie should visit here to experience it first hand.
Mega Adventure, Siloso Beach
Mega Adventure offers a variety of options to indulge in your guilty pleasure. The rides being the Megazip were you can zip your way from one end to the other at top speed. Some of the other options here include the likes of the MegaClimb, MegaJump, MegaWall, and MegaBounce.
Wave House Sentosa
Wave House is a revolutionary concept which has made surfing possible here in Singapore. These waves on stationery carved walls using modern technology. The produced waves can rise up to 10 feet when switched to maximum capacity. It is an ecstatic moment for true surfers to experience.
Sentosa has a plethora of options to cater to the thrill seeker in you.