Sentosa Beach and Waterfront Guide: Locations, Attractions and Restaurants

Sentosa Beach Guide

Sentosa is Singapore’s island getaway. One of the key reasons for visiting is the Sentosa beach, or more accurately beaches. With sandy shores, swaying palm trees and cool water, the Sentosa beach conjures up idyllic images of relaxation.

Beyond Sentosa’s beaches, the island has other waterfront areas that are popular with visitors as well. These Sentosa waterfront spots should not be missed out on a visit either.


Sentosa Beach Guide

When one talks of the Sentosa beach, they are referring to one of three beaches on the southern coast of the island.

Palawan Beach

Sentosa’s Palawan Beach is a family-friendly beach. Attractions at Palawan Beach include:

Palawan Pirate Ship Playground - Sentosa BeachPalawan Pirate Ship Water Playground – A free pirate-themed water play area for kids.

Animal & Birds Encounters – View daily animal shows by the beach.

Southernmost Point of Continental Asia – Walk across a suspension bridge to reach an islet purportedly the southernmost point of continental asia (although we doubt that claim).

Palawan Kidz City (KidZania Singapore and Mosh!) – A short walk from Palawan Beach is a building that houses KidZania Singapore and digital entertainment centre, Mosh!

Old school playgroundOld School Playground – This is a little play spot with old school play equipment.

Siloso Beach

This Sentosa beach is the spot for the hip and happening. This is also where you will find many of Sentosa’s beach restaurants.

Attractions at Siloso Beach include:

Gogreen Cycle – Rent a bicycle and head off on an exploration of Sentosa

Gogreen Segway Eco AdventureGogreen Segway Eco Adventure – Give the Segway Personal Mobility Device a try on a course close to Siloso Beach.

iFly Singapore – Take to the skies – in a wind tunnel – at iFly Singapore.

MegaZip – Siloso Beach is the ending point of Mega Adventure Park’s zip line.

Sentosa Beach and Waterfront GuideOla Beach Club (JetPack, Banana Boats, Kayaks & Paddleboards) – Take to the water in a kayak or strap on a water-powered jetpack for a thrilling experience.

Wave House Sentosa – Surf’s up. Ride the waves at Wave House Sentosa on a body or surfboard.

A J Hackett – Singapore’s first bungee tower.

Wings Of TimeWings of Time – An evening light-and-music show by the beach.

Tanjong Beach

The most secluded of Sentosa’s beaches, the crescent-shaped Tanjong Beach is ideal for those looking for some peace and tranquility.

Tanjong Beach Club – Relax by the pool at Tanjong Beach Club or lie back to soak in the sun.

FOC SentosaFOC Sentosa – Enjoy fine food from Barcelona by the sands of Tanjong Beach


Sentosa Waterfront Guide

Resorts World Sentosa Waterfront

From Sentosa’s north-facing shore at Resorts World Sentosa, looking out to VivoCity, attractions include:

RWS Crane DanceCrane Dance – This free light and music show takes place in the evening and provides mesmerising entertainment.

Royal Albatross – Enjoy a sunset cruise that departs from Resorts World Sentosa’s dock.

Sentosa Cove Waterfront

This residential community on Sentosa has a waterfront dining with a wide range of restaurants and cafes overlooking a marina filled with boats.

Hidden Waterfront

Coastal Forest Trail – A short distance from Siloso Beach is a less well-known walking trail, the Forest Trail, that leads down to the waterfront facing VivoCity. Find out more.

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