Sentosa’s Beaches No Longer Require Bookings

Beach and Magical Shores at Siloso Bookings No Longer Required
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With the simplification of Singapore’s Safe Management Measures (SMMs) and transition to a COVID-19 resilient nation, guests visiting Sentosa’s Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso Beaches are no longer required to make a booking for beach entry or the use of beach courts on weekends and public holidays, with immediate effect.


Bookings for Sentosa Beaches and Magical Shores at Siloso No Longer Required

Previously, the beach booking system was implemented in October 2020 to manage the number of people at the beach. However, with this latest update, guests can now enjoy Sentosa’s beaches daily without bookings.

In addition, booking of visits to Sentosa’s free multi-sensory beach attraction, Magical Shores at Siloso, is also no longer required.

Magical Shores at Siloso is currently open on Fridays, weekends, eves of public holidays, and public holidays, subject to the capacity limits of the attraction. 


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Continue to Observe Safe Management Measures

Beach and Magical Shores at Siloso Bookings No Longer Required

However, do take note that to avoid over-crowding at any area of the beaches, beachgoers may be directed to another area if necessary. Sentosa’s Safe Distancing Ambassadors and enforcement officers will continue to conduct regular patrols.

Those visiting the beach are also reminded to continue observing prevailing measures such as mask-wearing, limit on social gathering group sizes, as well as SMMs for sports activities. The Safety Rings on the beaches will continue to be in place to indicate spots where small groups of up to five may gather. 

Visitors are also advised that, for safety reasons, swimming is not permitted at Sentosa’s beaches after 7.00pm. 

“With Singapore’s progressive reopening, it is timely for us to review the entry measures at Sentosa’s beaches. We are pleased to observe that the large majority of our guests have been socially responsible, and we are therefore removing the requirement to book beach visits during peak periods. As we mark Sentosa’s 50th anniversary this year, we look forward to welcoming more Singaporeans and guests as they enjoy our beaches and various Golden Jubilee commemorative experiences,” said Ms Thien Kwee Eng, Chief Executive Officer, Sentosa Development Corporation. 


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