Guide to Singapore – Sentosa Island

Guide to Singapore – Sentosa Island

Surrounding Singapore are many small islands and one of the most popular islands is Sentosa which was once known as Pulau Belakang Mati (“Island of Death from Behind” in Malay). Don’t worry, this island is definitely not any haunted island but instead, it is an island that would allow you to have heaps of fun for a day or two. Maybe three.


Universal Studios Singapore


Probably one of the most popular attractions at Sentosa, the Universal Studios Singapore (USS) is definitely the best theme park in Singapore! Enjoy various rides such as the Transformers: The Ride, Revenge of the Mummy, child-friendly Canopy Flyer or simply let yourself seep into the fantasy worlds.

S.E.A. Aquarium


With more than 100,000 sea creatures for your to observe, S.E.A. Aquarium allows you to take a peek into the ocean. There is a total of 10 different zones and habitats, more than enough for you to spend almost the whole day among the fishes. Also, you cannot miss the humongous Open Ocean habitat!

Insadong Korea Town


Looking for some Korean cuisine after watching the famous TV hit ‘Descendants of the Sun’? Insadong Korea Town has almost everything! From Budae Jigae to Bingsu and even J-Cone, you can surely satisfy your Korean food cravings here.

Malaysian Food Street


If you fancy some local/Asian delights instead, the Malaysian Food Street isn’t too far away. Hokkien Mee, Nasi Lemak, Penang Curry Mee, KL Wanton Mee, Assam Laksa, Claypot rice etc., you will probably be too spoilt for choices! Oh, and not forgetting some old school Chendol for desserts.


Sentosa Merlion

The Merlion Tower Sentosa Island, Singapore

The Merlion Tower Sentosa Island, Singapore | Source

The largest Merlion in Singapore, some call it the Guardian of Prosperity. Learn more about how the Merlion came about and get a perspective view of Sentosa and Singapore atop of Merlion’s mouth! On your way out, chill at the café and souvenir shop too.

Madame Tussauds Singapore


You might have visited Madame Tussauds in other countries, but this one at Singapore has something different to offer. Come aboard the first ever Madame Tussauds boat ride, ‘Spirit of Singapore’, and get a close-up view of our Garden City.

Tiger Sky Tower


Singapore tallest observatory tower, the Tiger Sky Tower, standing at 131 metres above sea level, enjoy the panoramic view across Singapore and even neighbouring countries like Indonesia and Malaysia.


iFly Singapore


Skydive indoor at iFly Singapore, which gives you the opportunity to take flight in the world’s largest wind tunnel! Safe and realistic, you don’t have to jump out of an aeroplane to enjoy this extreme sports. Perfect for those seeking the thrill of defying gravity!

Wave House Sentosa


Ride the waves without having to go to the ocean! Here at Wave House Sentosa, experience the high-adrenaline flowboarding on the FlowRider and FlowBarrel, which generates man-made waves suitable for riding. Also, take a bite at the Californian Asian dishes served there as well!



Just looking to enjoy the beach vibes? Coastes is situated at the Siloso Beach, serving up excellent burgers, pizzas, seafood and many more, along with all kinds of beers, cocktails and other cool beverages that will surely make your day at the beach even more enjoyable! Also, download their C Side mobile app to make your order at any spot on the beach with ease.



Originated from Malaysia, Marrybrown might be recognizable to those who frequent our neighbor frequently. Serving fried chicken in various, check out the Chick-A-Licious (with black pepper sauce), Nasi Marrybrown and even Fish N Chips for those looking for a non-chicken option!

Hannah Chia |
Contributing Editor |
Instagram: @mshannahchia

Foodie at heart who is all out to seek for the best food around the world and has a passion for anything fun in life


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