THINGS TO DO
Amara Heritage Trail
The Amara Heritage Trail is back! Available every Saturday, 10am, join us to discover exclusive insights and stories of historic Singapore, Sentosa and the British Colonial times as you explore the grounds of Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, a former site of the British Army in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
$12 nett per person for our in-house guests
Complimentary for all our suite and villa guests
To register, please approach our Front Office team.
Get the most spectacular view of Singapore by taking a cable car ride from Faber Peak, which crosses the harbour approximately 250ft above sea level and takes you into the heart of Sentosa so you can visit the attractions. Enroute, look down and try to spot the dolphins at Adventure Cove Waterpark.
Universal Studios Singapore
Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park features six movie-themed zones with attractions, rides and entertainment. This theme park is an experience packed with adventure and action, taking you beyond your imagination.
The must-dos for thrill seekers include Transformers The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, the indoor roller coaster, Revenge of the Mummies, and of course, the tallest duelling roller coasters, Battlestar Galactica: Human vs Cylon. Have your camera ready for “celebrity” sightings – your little ones can get up close and personal with their favourite characters like Elmo, the Minions, and even the Transformers. Don’t forget to catch Shrek 4D at Far Far Away, a fun cinematic experience for the whole family.
Madame Tussauds Singapore
For a star-studded experience, there’s no better place than Madame Tussauds. Snap selfies with the wax figures of Hollywood A-listers like Leonardo Dicarprio and Nicole Kidman, or sports stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Serena Williams.
To find out a little more about Singapore, “Images of Singapore LIVE” is a 30-minute actor-led journey, tracing the last 200 years of Singapore’s history, from its humble beginnings to its rise as one of the most affluent countries in the world.
Central Beach Bazaar
Located next to the Sentosa Express Beach Station, the Central Beach Bazaar is a vibrant new beach destination that offers multiple entertainment and dining experiences for everyone – where it features 8 different street food concept options at the International Food Street, spectacular music and water displays presented by the Sentosa Musical Fountain and Wings of Time, in addition to the iconic, Sentosa SkyJet being the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia.
Be blown away by Singapore’s S.E.A Aquarium where more than 100,000 underwater animals from over 1,000 species swim and reside in 45 million litres of water. In this Aquarium is a massive centrepiece for the Open Ocean Habitat, where visitors can simply sit and gaze at the expansive and beautiful ocean scenery.
The marine life in the Aquarium is categorized into 10 different zones, so explore and discover fish from the Bay of Bengal, the Straits of Malacca, the Andaman Sea, and the Great Lakes of East Africa; see the underwater community in coral reefs, and learn about cool marine life in the cold-water habitats. Visitors can also gape at the 200 sharks, including endangered ones, such as the scalloped hammerhead shark and the aggressive silvertip shark.
For those seeking an adrenaline rush, leap off Singapore’s first and only bungy tower which stands 50 metres above the ground on Siloso Beach. Also check out the first-in-the-world Dual Giant Swing where you and two of your friends can swing 47 metres off the ground, swooping down on Siloso Beach. Another heart-thumping experience is the 47-metre-high vertical skywalk (think Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible). If you just want a scenic stroll, the 40-metre-long open-air bridge is probably the least fear-inducing, but perhaps still not for those with acrophobia.