Come to Sentosa and experience the island life which is a contrast to the bustling pace of the city. Sentosa is home to many exciting attractions, stunning manmade beach, breathtaking view from Sky Tower and exciting ride on the cable car. You can take Sentosa Bus from the World Trade Centre Bus Terminal or Tiong Bahru MRT. You can take it From Mt Faber, Harbor Front and Cable Car Plaza on Sentosa. But first be sure to inquire the admission ticket package for the attractions that you would like to visit. There is a $2 admission charge.
Sentosa Island is home to Underwater World (that we visited earlier), Butterfly Park, a beautiful home to 1500 butterflies and also Orchid Garden, where you can dine in a restaurant with a view of a pond surrounded by exotic flowers. To get to the Underwater World we had to pass the Dragon Trail, a gorgeous walk through lush tropical jungles. In the evening we were enjoying a Musical Fountain, a 122-feet fountain featuring fiery flames, lasers and music.
Fort Siloso is a reminder of the Second World War years in Singapore with life sized wax replicas of the cast of characters involved in the Japanese surrender and other authentic exhibits. Visitors can browse through many old photographs, documents and film clips that are on display and also to go and explore the old tunnels.
The Sky Tower is Singapore’s tallest public viewing tower which offers panoramic views across Singapore, Sentosa and the Southern Islands. The Carlsberg Sky Tower has a capacity of 72 people in its enclosed, air-conditioned cabin. It is Asia's tallest observatory tower at 135m above sea level. Each revolving ride takes about seven minutes. Day or night, views from the tower promise to be both scenic and breathtaking.
• Admission Fee to the Sky Tower: S$10 Adult / S$6 Child
• Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm