Sentosa, one of the most popular attractions in Singapore, draws thousands of visitors. You can reach this beautiful island resort by train, bus, taxi, private car, or cable car. One may even walk down to Sentosa by strolling across the scenic Sentosa Boardwalk. The island offers sheer entertainment to families, tour groups and solo tourists alike. Check out our pick of the top 3 attractions in Sentosa:

Attractions in Sentosa

Universal Studios

Universal Studios, Singapore offers a world of entertainment to the whole family with its live shows, Hollywood movie sets and themed rides. The park is divided into seven sections which include Madagascar, Ancient Egypt, New York, Hollywood etc. Live movie scenes and exhilarating roller coasters promise loads of fun. The Universal Studios remain open from 9 AM through 6 PM every day.

Underwater World

The Underwater World is especially famous for the Tropical Oceanarium, which is one of the largest of such attractions in Asia. In fact, the Oceanarium is home to about 2,500 marine creatures from around 250 species. There are many places of interest here, such as the 83-metre long tunnel which passes through a colossal tank, holding more than four million litres of sea water and a spectrum of marine life. Another attraction is the Touch Pool, where you can feel exotic marine life. A couple of other top attractions are Swim with the Dolphins and Dive with the Sharks.

The Tiger Sky Tower

Located on the Imbiah Road, The Tiger Sky Tower, with a height of 131 metres, is Singapore’s highest viewing tower. Reaching the top of the tower is a thrilling experience. During your short trip to the top, you will get expansive views of Singapore’s landmarks. The view from the top is all the more mesmerising! Remember to carry a camera. The tower is accessible from 9 AM through 9 PM every day. The tickets cost around S$ 15 for grown-ups, while there is a concession for the kids.

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