Sentosa

World-Class Theme Park Fun in Sentosa

Grab the kids for a visit to a remarkable aquarium, splash and ride at a water park, and walk along the Singapore River.

Steeped in history, rich in culture and filled with fascinating architecture, Singapore is waiting for you and your family to explore. You’ll start your adventure with a visit to Resorts World™ Sentosa. This large complex is home to entertainment venues, theme parks, luxury retail shops and hotels. Visit one of the most impressive aquariums in Asia and one of the largest in the world — S.E.A. Aquarium™. Here, you’ll discover approximately 800 species of marine life — that is more than 100,000 animals in 1 incredibly large aquarium! See the amazing underwater habitats of hammerhead sharks, manta rays, lionfish and sea jellies, to name a few.

At Malaysian Food Street, indulge in hawker-inspired food such as stir-fried noodles, clay-pot chicken rice or prawn soup. Continue to Adventure Cove Waterpark™ for some adrenaline-pumping fun. Glide down high-speed water slides and relax in the lazy river. End your day at Clarke Quay where you can stroll through this colorful shopping district and see local landmarks while enjoying stunning views of the Singapore River.Use your leisure time to see many of Singapore’s top destinations at your own pace, so you don’t miss a thing. If you’re up for more adventure, take advantage of your hotel’s proximity to Orchard Road, a vibrant shopping district crammed with everything under the sun, from hawker stalls to upscale retail stores. Trains from the nearby Esplanade MRT Station go to destinations completely different such as tranquil Singapore Botanic Gardens (Botanic Gardens stop) and theme-park-filled Sentosa (HarbourFront stop).What we love:
• Thrill-seekers flock to Adventure Cove Waterpark to ride on Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic rollercoaster.
• Street food, or food from stalls in popular tourist areas, is a must for those who have a taste for all things Singapore.
• After the sun goes down, grab your dancing shoes and head to Clarke Quay, a favorite haunt for nightclub goers and live music fans with legendary venues such as Attica and Crazy Elephant.