Sentosa Island, Singapore

Hotels in Sentosa Island, Singapore

Where to stay in Sentosa Island

Sentosa, meaning “peace and tranquillity” in Malay, is a very popular island resort that attracts approximately 5 million visitors each year.  It's a holiday maker’s paradise with everything from theme parks and performances to museums and plenty of outdoor activities.  As far as accommodation in Sentosa Island is concerned, you have a variety of options to choose from.  The beach resorts in Sentosa Island are a particularly popular choice among tourists. 

The hotels accommodation in Sentosa Island range in price from very affordable and basic rooms to more expensive and luxurious options.  When deciding where to stay in Sentosa Island, your budget is likely to be your top priority.  By booking your accommodation online, not only can you plan your trip properly but you can also enjoy some of the best hotel deals in Sentosa Island. 

Top things to do in Sentosa Island

Family fun is what Sentosa Island is all about and you will notice an abundance to amusement parks suitable for the whole family.  If you have a keen spirit of adventure and you are up for some adrenalin pumping action, make sure that you try the Skyline Luge Sentosa.  Universal Studios Singapore is probably more geared up for all ages as is the Port Of Lost Wonder and the Marine Life Park.  Another great water park is the Wave House Sentosa.

The Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon is a popular attraction for those who fancy a great dolphin show and a look at the unusual Pink Dolphins.

For a superb view of the entire city, visitors can't resist taking a trip up the Merlion Tower or the Tiger Sky Tower.  The views from the top of these structures are simply breathtaking and perfect for the whole family.

If you are hoping for a relaxing day at the beach, you are in just the right place!  Top local beaches include Palawan Beach, Tanjong Beach and Siloso Beach to name just a few. 

Other interesting attractions

Apart from all the high energy fun and beautiful beaches, there are also a number of historic sites and museums that are worth visiting.

A walk along the Sentosa Boardwalk is a great way to take in the many local views while stretching your legs and getting plenty of fresh air.

Fort Siloso is a wonderful museum to visit if you are interested in learning about the British colony in Singapore during World War II.  The best thing about visiting this site is that you are free to wonder around at your own pace and you will not be rushed or hurried along.

Other interesting museums include the Sentosa Nature Discovery, the Images of Singapore museum and the Maritime Experiential Museum.

The Jewel Cable Car Ride and the Sentosa Express are great for getting around and sightseeing.  They are both well worth enjoying at least once during your visit.