This is an island where many attractions and entertainment venues resides. Among them are Resort world and their attractions, Madame Tussauds Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom and Port of Lost Wonder. There are also stretches of beach and board walks where you can simply roam about and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.
Easiest way to go is via the Sentosa Express at Vivocity , or walk in via the Sentosa Broad Walk Related Listing:
This redeveloped enclave along East Coast Park has a 3,500sqm outdoor playground children’s playground with a range of play equipment suitable for children of varying ages.
There are also plenty of eateries including Babalicious, Hill Street Coffee Shop, McDonald’s, My Briyani House and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
Sembawang Park is a 15 hectare park at the end of Sembawang Road.
There is a Jetty, Boardwalk overlooking the sea and a battle ship playground for kids 6-12. The Battleship Playgound comes with what looks like gun turrets and propellers. There are also plenty of rope ladders and rock climbing walls
10am – 6pm (last admission at 5pm)
Snow City is closed for maintenance on the following dates in 2019:
7 January 2019
1 April 2019
1 July 2019
14 October 2019
Good for a half day hike. There is a visitor centre with exhibits, wash room and water cooler near the entrance.
Up the Hill and Down the Caves at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
You can go for nature walks, visti Sally Port, ASEAN Sculpture Garden, Fort Canning Green (The Old Christian Cemetary), Spice Garden, Keramat Iskandar Shah, Archaeological Dig and Exhibition Area, Maritime Corner@Fort Canning, Parit Singapura and Princess Pond.
East Coast Park has a total land size of 185 hectares, and a scenic coastline that stretches over 15 km. There are many eating and lifestyle hubs there.
Immerse in the heroic and inspirational stories that unfolded in Changi during the war. A poignant reminder of what happened in Changi during the Second World War.
Opening Hours :9:30am – 5:00pm daily
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park has a Family Bay with a new performance stage, a water play area, a bioswale rain garden, as well as a Heritage Bridge. The park is also popular venue for kayaking and dragon-boating.