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Day 1

1 Fort Siloso Skywalk

Fort Siloso was one of three forts built by the British on Sentosa to defend the island against invasion. Today it provides a fascinating look back at Singapore’s military history. What better way to reach the fort than via the newly-opened Skywalk, which takes you 11 storeys above the ground for a walk with a panoramic view. The Fort Siloso Skywalk is free to visit!

2 Cable Car - Sentosa Line

Get a bird’s eye view of spectacular Sentosa from thise new cable car line. Opened in July 2015, the Sentosa Line connects three points on the island - Siloso Point, Imbiah Lookout and Merlion. Hop on and off at your leisure to explore the sights, or simply take it all in from more than 80 metres above the ground in air conditioned comfort.

3 S.E.A. Aquarium™ at Resorts World™ Sentosa

 The S.E.A. Aquarium™, home to more than 100,000 marine animals from 800 species across Asia. From the Straits of Malacca to the Java Sea, each of the region’s major marine habitats are represented, giving you the chance to take an underwater tour of the entire region, all without getting wet. 

Day 2

4 Madame Tussauds Museum

Have you ever wanted to pose with Nicole Kidman, square off with Bruce Lee or snap a selfie with Queen Elizabeth II? Madame Tussauds Singapore offers the chance to get up close and personal with all these stars and more. Celebrities from Hollywood to Asia, sports stars and key political figures are all displayed in lifelike glory at one of Sentosa’s newest attractions.

5 iFly Singapore

Experience the thrills of skydiving without any of the risk at indoor simulator iFly Singapore. A vertical wind tunnel blows you up into the air where you can hover, soar and, if you’re really adventurous, perform tricks. It’s fun for the whole family too – anyone over seven years old can take part, provided they meet a few simple criteria.

6 Trick Eye Museum

Two dimensional paintings come to life thanks to these amazing optical illusions. Themed around six interactive zones, you can escape from giant snakes, take part in a circus, and even meet Puss in Boots. Guests are encouraged to get up close and personal with the exhibits so you can take the perfect picture to share with friends and family. What’s even better is that the entire place has free wi-fi – perfect for uploading your images instantly!


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