Stand on the edge of continental Asia
The 'Southernmost Point of Continental Asia' is an island off an island (Sentosa) off an island (Singapore) off the mainland of Asia (Peninsula Malaysia). It is linked to Sentosa by a narrow suspension bridge. Climb to the top of one of the three-story timber viewing towers for spectacular views of Sentosa and the Singapore Strait.
Explore the forests
There are 45 hectares of coastal and secondary forests on Sentosa. Sentosa Nature Discovery is a gallery of interactive exhibits that provide information about the animals, plants, and habitats found on the island. An elevated boardwalk leads from the gallery into the forest and connects with a series of hiking trails that meander through the hills behind Siloso Beach. On the trails, look out for plantain squirrels, long-tailed macaques, olive-backed sunbirds, and oriental whip snakes.
When: Hiking trails–daytime; Sentosa Nature Discovery–9am to 5pm, daily
Where: Imbiah Lookout
Hit the Beach
On the southern coast of Sentosa there are three beaches connected by a paved walking path. Head to the beach that suits your style. Siloso Beach is for hipsters; it's the place to strut and be seen. Palawan Beach is for families; it's the place to build sandcastles. Tanjong Beach is for cruisers; it's the place to hide beneath an umbrella with a good book.
When: Any time
Where: Siloso Beach, Palawan Beach, Tanjong Beach
Animal & Bird Encounters
Feed Lories and encounter monkeys, reptiles, and birds up-close.
When: Daily shows run from 2pm to 5.30pm
Where: Palawan Amphitheater
Let them entertain you
At venues around Sentosa there are free demonstrations and performances throughout the day. Plan a walking tour, beginning at Siloso Beach and ending at Resorts World, to enjoy them all.
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