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...
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...
Check out this 450m-long, 75m-tall zipline from Imbiah Lookout to a tiny island off Siloso Beach. An electric cart is on hand to shuttle...
Chinatown Coffee Shop
A restaurant set-up with a food court menu, this no-nonsense place inside the grounds of Sentosa's only budget digs, Costa Sands Resort,...
Underwater World information
Lonely Planet review
Leafy sea dragons and wobbling medusa jellyfish are mesmeric, while stingrays and 10ft sharks cruise inches from your face as the travelator transports you through the Ocean Colony's submerged glass tubes. Watch divers feeding the fish or muster some nerve for the 30-minute Dive with the Sharks experience ($120 per person, bookings essential). The lights are turned off after 7pm and the aquarium takes on an eerie torchlit atmosphere.
Entry includes admission to next-door Dolphin Lagoon , where Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphins (aka pink dolphins) dutifully perform with seals at 11am, 2pm, 4pm and 5.45pm. A 7pm show can also be seen on Saturdays and school-holiday Sundays. For $170 you can swim with the dolphins . Call or book through the Underwater World website.