When we lived in Thailand most of my visa runs were to Singapore. Travel Central used to have an office in Singapore. We closed Travel Central Singapore just before covid. We know Singapore very well so if you are planning a short trip away then drop us a line and we would love to discuss your travel requirements.
One of my favorite places to visit whilst in Singapore is Sentosa Island it is a small island located off the southern coast of Singapore. It was originally a fishing village, but in the early 20th century, it was developed into a resort destination. In the 1970s, the Singapore government began a campaign to transform Sentosa into a major tourist attraction, and it is now home to a variety of hotels, theme parks, and other attractions. The name “Sentosa” means “peace and tranquility” in Malay, and it is often referred to as the “State of Fun” due to the many recreational activities available on the island.
Some of the best resorts on Sentosa are:
1). Capella Singapore – This luxurious 5-star hotel features a beautiful outdoor swimming pool with a sun deck.
2). Siloso Beach Resort Sentosa – This 5-star resort has a large 85 meter with waterslides and an 18-meter-high waterfall.
3). The Sentosa Resort & Spa – This 5-star resort features a large outdoor pool with a sun deck and a children’s pool.
4). The Outpost Hotel – This 4-star hotel has a rooftop pool with a sundeck and a bar, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area.
5). The Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa – This 4-star resort has a large outdoor pool with a sun deck and a children’s pool.
has exceptionally good rates with most hotels in Singapore & Sentosa Island.
Of course, you can’t go past Singapore Airlines A380 business class with flat bed seats.
5 things to do on Sentosa Island
1). Visit Universal Studios Singapore – This theme park features a wide range of thrilling rides, shows, and attractions based on popular movies and TV shows.
2). Go to the beach – Sentosa Island is home to several beautiful beaches, including Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach, and Tanjong Beach. You can swim, sunbathe, or participate in water sports activities.
3). Explore the S.E.A. Aquarium – This massive aquarium is home to more than 100,000 marine animals from over 1,000 species. You can see everything from majestic manta rays to tiny seahorses.
4). Visit the Singapore Cable Car – Take a ride on the Singapore Cable Car and enjoy panoramic views of Sentosa Island, the South China Sea, and the Singapore mainland.
5). Check out the Fort Siloso Skywalk – This open-air skywalk offers breathtaking views of Sentosa Island and the surrounding area. You can walk along the suspension bridge and take in the sights and sounds of the island.