Are you planning to book a staycation during the upcoming September School Holidays or over the weekend and running out of ideas on where to bring your kids for some fun and adventure without bursting your pocket?
Come and visit Sentosa Island where it is now home to popular attractions and a well-known tourist destination. Plan your visit to enjoy free island admission via Sentosa Express or drive into Sentosa for free till 30 September 2021.
And if you are unsure where to eat, not to worry! There are 120 F&B Outlets to choose from – fine dining to halal restaurants with foods ranging from western to local delights!
 Carpark charges apply
Picnic by the Beach!
Sentosa Island is famous for its tropical beaches and is a perfect spot to spend leisure time with family and friends effortlessly. Or simply get into your swimsuit and take a dip on a sunny day. As there are various beaches to pick from, all the 3 beaches have their own uniqueness.
NOTE: Due to Covid-19 Measures, beach booking is required to reduce waiting time during peak periods! Click here to make a reservation.
The most bustling beach of all, where all the exciting and blood-pumping attractions and bars are located at. Lay your picnic mat on the sandy Siloso Beach and do look out for someone who might leap off the Bungy Tower!
Palawan Beach is located at the southernmost point of continental Asia. It’s the most family-oriented beach among the other beaches and has very calm scenery. If you’re up for some adventure, cross the rope bridge which leads you to the watchtower and get a fantastic overview of the beach as a whole.
Get a glimpse of the exclusive luxury homes within Sentosa Cove when you are visiting. If you’re looking for some peace and quiet, Tanjong Beach is the one for you. It has the most subtle and settling scenery for relaxation. So, which beach caught your attention the most?
What to eat on Sentosa Island?
Finding a way to escape the heat after spending the entire day under the hot sun? Head over to Good Old Days the air-conditioned food court to enjoy a fresh orange juice or fresh coconut! Good old days is one of the most commonly visited F&B outlets to dine in Sentosa Island and it is conveniently located at Beach Station.
Good Old Days offers Halal, affordable and family-friendly meals. Ranging at an affordable prices starting from $6.00 onwards, they serve the most iconic diversified local delights such as Chicken Rice, Nasi Biryani and many more! They too serve kid’s meals to accommodate the little ones that are dining in. Click here to check out their mouth-watering menu!
 Diners to adhere to Good Old Days safety measures and government regulations
Fun Attractions in Sentosa to not miss!
Various exciting attractions can be found in Beach Station – Siloso Beach, that are family-friendly. All attractions in Sentosa are SG Clean Certified and adhere to the government regulations by practising proper hygiene and cleanliness and have made activities fun with 1-metre social distancing.
One of the recommended attractions you wouldn’t want to miss would be Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure & Cycle, conveniently located 5 minutes away from Beach Station. Gogreen offers multiple ride options ranging from Segway Rides to Bicycle Rental.
To enhance the whole experience while visiting Sentosa Island, you and your kids can participate in the introductory Segway Fun Ride 800 metres as long as they meet the minimum height requirement of 105cm. Don’t worry if it’s your first time! All purchased tickets are inclusive of a short training session and you will be guided by our friendly trainers throughout your whole ride.
The ticket only cost $20 per person to participate in the Segway Fun Ride 800 metres. You can purchase your tickets online and these tickets are also eligible with SingapoRediscovers Vouchers or you can even purchase your tickets over at the counter.
So what are you waiting for? Plan your visit and head over to Sentosa Island with your kids during the September School Holidays and enjoy outdoor activities safely. See you soon!