Cycling, Pedal Boats & Kayaks
If Segways and electric bikes don't float your boat and you fancy a good old-fashioned cycle, then head to this beach kiosk just outside...
Leafy sea dragons and wobbling medusa jellyfish are mesmeric, while stingrays and 10ft sharks cruise inches from your face as the...
Set up on the beach, this small area is for adults and children over the age of four to learn the basics of trapeze swinging. Guaranteed...
Run by a genial couple of cooking enthusiasts, this paragon of homestyle Baba-Nonya cuisine migrated from its spiritual Joo Chiat home....
Fort Siloso information
Lonely Planet review
Dating from the 1880s, when Sentosa was called Pulau Blakang Mati (Malay for 'the island behind which lies death'), this British coastal fort proved famously useless during the Japanese invasion of 1942. Documentaries, artefacts, animatronics and recreated historical scenes talk visitors through the fort's history, and the underground tunnels are fun to explore.
Designed to repel a maritime assault from the south, Siloso's heavy guns had to be turned around when the Japanese invaded from the Malaya mainland in WWII. The British surrender soon followed, with the fort later used as a POW camp by the Japanese.