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Sentosa, formerly called Pulau Blakang Mati, is an island resort in Singapore. It was once a British military base and a Japanese prisoner of war camp, and during the Japanese occupation, many Chinese were found dead on its beach. The island was renamed Sentosa in 1972 and became a tourist destination, and now houses a popular resort with around 20 million visitors a year.
Sentosa is Asia’s leading leisure destination and Singapore’s premier island resort getaway, located within 15 minutes from the central business and shopping districts. The island resort is managed by Sentosa Development Corporation, which works with various stakeholders to oversee property investments, attractions development, the operation of the various leisure offerings and management of the residential precinct on the island. The Corporation also owns Mount Faber Leisure Group which runs Singapore’s only cable car service.
Situated on the eastern end of Sentosa Island are Sentosa Cove, an exclusive oceanfront and residential enclave bustling with some 2,000 homes, romantic quayside restaurants, retail and speciality shops.
Sentosa can be reached from the mainland of Singapore via a short road or cable car, which comes from Mount Faber and passes through HarbourFront on its way to its final destination at Imbiah Lookout.
The island can also be reached via the Sentosa Express monorail, which replaced the old Sentosa Monorail. The Sentosa Express has three stations in Sentosa and one in Singapore mainland. The northern terminus of the line is located at the shopping mall VivoCity on the mainland and the southernmost terminus at the Beach Station.
Visitors can also access the island via the Sentosa Boardwalk which is parallel to the causeway. Walk-in entry into Sentosa via the Sentosa Boardwalk is free on weekends and public holidays. Walk-in has been free of charge since the end of SG50 celebrations. The Sentosa Boardwalk hosts frequent bazaars on weekends.
This massive complex of themed rides live shows, and Hollywood movie-sets pulls in millions every year. Although of course appealing more to the kids, the sheer size and variety of the park mean that there is something here for everybody. Seven sections including Hollywood, New York, Ancient Egypt and Madagascar takes you through both a cinematic and geographical journey.
Although technically human-made, there is nothing fake about the soft sand, which is imported in from nearby Malaysia. Sentosa island boasts 3.2km of the white sand, and visitors can find plenty to do, such as lounging at one of the various beach bars (sea Sentosa nightlife), splashing around in the shallow warm sea or just finding a quiet spot underneath a palm tree with a good book for the afternoon.
Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa has enough fun rides and slides to satisfy the thrill seekers, and also has a range of other water-based activities for those not so fond of hurtling down huge tunnels or spirally around giant funnels in rubber rings.
It is conveniently located along Siloso Beach on the island of Sentosa. Siloso Beach Resort is a tranquil and rustic Eco resort just a few steps away from the beach front. With rooms facing the South China Sea, surrounded by lush foliage including a spring water landscape pool, longest in Singapore at 95m, offers a comfortable stay among Nature's jewels.
Hard Rock Hotel Singapore is where energy and glamour meet cutting-edge contemporary design. It is located just minutes away from the region’s top attractions, including Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark as well as Asia’s flagship spa – the world-renowned ESPA.
The fabulous location, family- and child-friendly environment, and a range of fun amenities make this vibrant hotel the ideal family getaway. Located at the heart of the action near Festive Walk, Festive Hotel offers a chic and friendly island life atmosphere that will put guests at ease upon arrival.