Sentosa, which translates to peace and tranquility in Malay, is a popular island resort in Singapore, visited by some five million people a year. Attractions include a two-kilometer long sheltered beach, Fort Siloso, two golf courses and two five-star hotels, and the Resorts World Sentosa, featuring the theme park Universal Studios Singapore.
|Sentosa 4D Magix presents an interactive movie experience with 4-dimensional digital effects. It is equipped with in-built speakers as well as environmental effects like water features, seat vibration, leg ticklers and base shakers to give you THE ultimate difference.
|Sentosa Cine Blast presents to you a thrilling 4-dimensional motion-simulated ride! Cine Blast combines the virtual ‘roller coaster’ rides with high-definition wide-screen projection.
|No visit to Sentosa is complete without meeting its most famous, 37-metre tall resident, The Merlion – an enduring icon of Singapore that's half-lion and half-fish.
|Under Water World
|At Underwater World Singapore, you embark on a spectacular underwater journey through our 83-metre-long moving Travelator with a tunnel housing the majestic rays, fearsome sharks, great shoals of other fishes and a host of other creatures that inhabit the ocean depths.
|Throughout the day, dolphins and fur seals will charm visitors in a variety of programmes including Swim-with-the Dolphins, as well as Fur Seals LIVE! performances followed by interactive sessions & pink dolphins spy-hopping and tail-walking their way!
|Song of The Sea
|“Song of the Sea” brings you a mesmerizing show with a live cast, dramatic effects and pyrotechnics. Water jets, flame bursts, lasers and captivating music make this a one-of-a-kind entertainment spectacle that's fun for everyone. A rain or shine event which is a must.
|Images of Singapore
|This attraction brings Singapore's past to vivid life using multimedia displays, multi-screen theatre presentations and life-sized tableaus depicting local history. It’s a journey from the earliest days of founding fathers to today’s modern Singapore.