Situated to the south of Singapore, Sentosa Island is a famous resort where Singaporeans like to spend their vacations. It is also the first choice destination for foreign tourists visiting Singapore for fun. Sentosa Island has exciting facilities for entertainment and family oriented activities, for example the South East Asia Aquarium, Siloso Beach, and Trick Eye Museum.
Sentosa is so funny, three days is absolutely not enough. Everywhere you go, it's fun. The only drawback is that the island is expensive. Apart from Taxi, all other means of transportation are free. There are connecting trains and Bus around the island. Bus has different scenic spots at each stop, and the flights are very dense, which is very human, but the last bus time is different on weekends and working days, so we need to see clearly. Staying in Shangri-La and free bus from Yifeng City to hotel saves us a lot of time and energy. Shengtaosha Water Adventure Park is not popular in many recreational projects, but it has been proved that the park will not be tired of playing for a day. In addition to regular thrilling taxiways, leisure drifting, surfing and water-playing, there are several special activities, such as dolphin exploration, coral reef snorkeling, underwater walking, and interaction with rays. We booked a dolphin exploration ahead of time. It's really a worthwhile trip. Apart from the expensive photos, there are no other problems. Dolphins interact for about one and a half hours, plus waiting and explaining. The reason why Sentosa is so attractive is that apart from those interesting entertainment projects, there may be inadvertent programs in front of you wherever you go. When we were walking along the river with a full meal, suddenly two dancing cranes appeared in front of us. Although I had seen the sign of "Crane Ballet" before, I never thought it was such a wonderful crane. There are three famous merlions in Singapore. The most famous one is in Binhai Bay, but the largest one is on Sentosa Island. It coincides with Singapore's National Day. From July to August, the Merlion situated on the island shines brilliantly. There are two projection shows at 20:40 and 21:40 every night. Don't miss the friends who plan to go to Santosa recently. When they stay in Shangri-La, there will be monkeys. I thought we lived in a high-rise building, and the chances of seeing monkeys were very small, but when I opened my eyes in the morning, I saw a monkey lying on the balcony railing, looking at us with expectant eyes. How can we not understand the meaning of this look and find out a bag of nuts for the same food? Now there are two more nuts for fun. At breakfast, peacocks were walking by. Peacocks are also occasionally encountered on the beaches along the coast of the island. Universal Studio's two Transformers + Jurassic River Explorations, Future Water World Special Performance, Shrek 4D Films, Adventures of Shoes, Cats, Swordsmen, Madagascar Wooden Box Drift, Sesame Street Spaghetti Station, Little Yellow Man Prison Break Show, Magic Wheel, in addition to dare not play and not fun, the rest of the basic brush to (yeah), a crooked day. The Siloso Fortress Sky Walk (right next to Shangri-La Resort) and the southernmost tip of the Asian continent have to punch a card. Wing of Time checked in 20 minutes earlier. Although there was a separate ticket gate, the seats were not fixed after entering. We chose the first row in the middle. A wonderful water curtain lighting, fireworks show, worth seeing.
Love it! On National Day, it's easy to get there by walking pontoon bridge and half by elevator, free of charge. Singaporean pedestrians have shacks in their places, so they don't worry about the rain and the sun. They are very humane. The park opened at 10 o'clock, although it was a holiday, but people did not feel too much to bear. The Park project on the left side of the noon basically did not need to queue up. So the cat battled twice in a row, just in time to watch the pirate show, sat in the wet zone, prepared the raincoat, but it was not wet. Then I went to see a 4D Shrek movie. It was good. The seats were watery and itchy. If you need to queue up, drifting suggests doing that rotary drifting, bamboo raft is not interesting, but the former queue for an hour and a half, there is a locker in the queue, charges, I am afraid that the wet bag saved an hour spent 4 new coins, the result of playing out of time, and paid 4 new coins to withdraw, too expensive, if you don't have many things, the raincoat wrapped in front of the backpack is not necessary. It's not a roller coaster. Transformers war is really good, but also queued to soft feet, but it's worth it. When queuing, the line keeps moving. There are not many people watching the team. In fact, there are many circles of people inside and outside, but they can sit in almost an hour. Local tyrants must buy fast priority tickets. Originally, 50 new coins on the official website felt cheaper than Taobao. They wanted to buy them on the spot. As a result, they found 70 new coins, which were too expensive and gave up, but they were out of date when they saw people roaring around you. Many popular projects can't enter again around 6 p.m., so it's impossible to play before the closure of the park at 19:00. Write so much, please praise and encourage Ha!
After breakfast, leave the back door of the hotel and take the subway at Yum Sheng Metro Station near by foot, then transfer to Yifeng City opposite Sentosa Island. Traveling freely in Singapore these days, I fully felt the convenience of taking the subway and the convenience of taking the subway from Yum Metro Station in this hotel. Although today's travel time is the early peak, there are many people in the subway station, but we do not feel inconvenience because of the short distance. After arriving at Yifeng City, I strolled to Sentosa Island along the footpath leading to Sentosa Island in the beautiful city scenery. It's the most expensive way to get into the island by high-altitude cable car. You can take a rail train. The charge for entering the island is 4 NT per person, but not for leaving the island. It can also walk. It used to charge one new coin per person. At present, it is not charged for the time being. We decided to walk in and take the train out, which proved to be the most economical way of communication. The length of the pedestrian walk into Sentosa is less than 600 meters, but there are parallel elevators under the corridor bridge, so walking is actually quite labor-saving. At the same time, there are several viewing terraces on the way. Whether you look at the city, the island or the harbour, there is boundless scenery. White clouds are floating in the blue sky, boats are swimming in the blue sea, and between the sky and the earth is the beautiful city scenery of Singapore. Although the pedestrian walkway visitors continue, but from the number of visitors to Sentosa Island, the number of pedestrians is absolutely very small. Sentosa Island is located 500 meters south of Singapore's island, 4 kilometers east-west, 1.6 kilometers north-south and 3.47 square kilometers wide. It is the third largest island outside Singapore's island. During colonial rule, it was a British naval base, formerly known as Queen's Island, which was renamed Sentosa Island in 1972. Now it has been developed into a fully equipped marine paradise. As a nearby island and a tourist resort in Singapore, Sentosa is absolutely a paradise for tourists to eat, drink and play. So before entering the island and arriving at the entrance square, you can see groups of tourists, most of whom speak Mandarin.
Gold beaches, world-renowned championship golf courses, Shengtao Bay's deep-water yacht terminal and luxury private residential areas are the main reasons why Sentosa attracts tens of millions of tourists every year. The island's most popular tourist attraction, Sentosa World of Resorts, is not only the first comprehensive entertainment city in Singapore's history, but also the first Universal Studio in Southeast Asia. Sentosa is not far from the commercial city. Visitors can choose to take Sentosa MRT, a pleasant cable car or cross-sea walkway to reach Sentosa. The journey takes only a few minutes. Sentosa Island also has a must-brush attraction, which is the southernmost tip of the Asian continent. In fact, a suspension bridge connects Palawan to another island. The MRT on Sentosa Island is free of charge. Only when you go to the island, you have to pay a fee. If you leave the island and the rest of the MRT are free, you can take it directly. At sunset, sitting quietly on the beach, holding each other's hand, watching the sunset slowly fall, well, good.
Sentosa Island is said to be a holiday resort that Singapore has spent a lot of money on, but I really think everything on the island is very expensive. A surprisingly spicy Thai dish at a much higher price suggests that the city of Yifeng outside the island be more affordable. Upper island can take cable car, MRT, of course, there is a hiking transport with a roof, but also to see the scenery is free, it is recommended. Cable cars and MRT all require tickets. But out-of-island MRT can get to Yifeng City free of charge, and intra-island MRT is also free of charge. There are many shops on the island. The candy seller is very interesting. Whether he buys it or not, it's worth visiting. Of course, it's a good choice for children to buy a souvenir. Tickets for scenic spots in the island are strongly recommended for booking online. It is more economical to change tickets to the island.
Sentosa recommends five scenic spots: the Ocean Hall, Antarctica Asia, Wing of Time, Slide Trolley and Universal Studio. The first three must go, must go, must go, say important things three times. I took the ramp pulley twice, it was fun, but according to my hobby, when I asked the guide how to get the ramp pulley, she said: the ramp pulley is very interesting, playing once is certainly not enough, and suggested that I buy tickets many times. Universal Studios I started with great hope, and after entering, I found that it was only Er. Maybe I played too many theme parks, but I strongly recommend the float tour. This is the most wonderful tour I have ever seen. It is the best at the starting point, and the starting point is at the Water World Theatre in the future.
Sentosa is a very mature resort, from hotels to restaurants, there are different styles, different prices of choice. On the first day of dinner, we chose Malaysian Food Street, a popular route, where snacks and fast food are the main food. The price is the cheapest in Sentosa, among which fried fruit bars are worth recommending. The Crane Ballet is specially created by Entertainment Design Corporation for the Yunding World of Sentosa, Singapore. Jeremy Railton, an international show master who won four Emmy Awards under the company's flag, personally operates the knife. He is renowned worldwide for his role as artistic director of the 57th Academy Awards and designer of the opening ceremony of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. His most personal milestone was the design of two of the world's largest electronic displays on the Forbidden City in Beijing and Fremont Street in Las Vegas. The Crane Ballet is presented free of charge every night in the seaside workshop of Singapore's Sentosa World of Scenic Sites. The seaside square can accommodate 800 spectators at the same time. The performance starts at 9 p.m. and lasts about 10 minutes. Food: Breakfast at Toast Workshop has to be complimented. It starts at 6:30. Whether it's coconut toast, curry salad or doll noodles, it's very tasty. As for the price, there are different opinions. A family of three people can eat 100 yuan. Fulang is different from Gourmet Street. Every shop has its own door. Eastern, Western, Japanese and Southeast Asian cuisine are available. Although the price is slightly higher than Gourmet Street, it is better than the environment and taste. Wandering around Sentosa Island, there are two distinctive means of transportation - MRT and small trains. Transportation: There are only four MRT stations. In fact, the distance is very short. The most special place is the boxes of various colors. You always unconsciously expect the next one will be different colors. Scenic Spot: Wax Museum on Mount Inbio, we did not enter, but it is very impressive to look at this building with Southeast Asian style. There are different beaches along the coastline. The most famous are Siloso and the southernmost tip of Asia. Of course, people who used to the beach didn't find Siloso special. There were many people. On the contrary, at the southernmost end of Asia, there is a small cable bridge, less water and people, and a children's water park, which is more attractive.
The scenic spots are all in the world of interest. We live in Shangri-La Hotel. It's convenient to have free bus between the world of interest and the world of interest. Although the seabed world and Universal Studio are not very big, their designs are very beautiful. The huge glass screen shocks all kinds of fish. The Transformers in Universal Studio must play. It's too shocking. The roller coaster ride dares not play too exciting. Shangri-La is very suitable for family living. There are children's paradise and water paradise. Buffet breakfast is very rich. There are peacocks and pigeons to accompany you to dinner.
Sentosa Island may be a paradise for parents and children to visit, a variety of projects into the sea, as well as convenient accommodation. If you like quiet hotels, you can choose distant ones, and there are buses to busy places. If you like convenient hotels, you can go downstairs and have a rest when you are tired. There is also a lot of food here. There are branches in all kinds of restaurants and even Michelin restaurants. The night scene is more charming.
Sentosa is only half a kilometre from Singapore's island and is connected by a sea-crossing bridge with a levee. The Island continues the flavor of Singapore "Garden City" and looks lush. Tourists can bathe in the sea breeze on the beach, climb mountains, explore the mysterious natural world, and enjoy wonderful sensory stimulation. In Malay, "Sentosa" means "peace and tranquility". Perhaps because the island was once a military base of the British army, the Singapore government gave it such a beautiful name when it took back and decided to build it into a complete resort. One of the must-see shows to visit Sentosa is to watch the "Rhyme of the Sea" performance. If novelty is used to describe it, it may be outdated, but it can still be seen. Among them, the water curtain, fireworks and fountain performances are very beautiful. Several performers who participate in the performances are also good. They also sing "Fengyang Huagu", but the theme song seems not very touching. The director who does not know where chooses "ha" several times has little impact on the southern island of Singapore. Located 500 meters south of Singapore's island, 4 kilometers east-west, 1.6 kilometers north-south and 3.47 square kilometers wide, it is the third largest island outside Singapore's island. During the colonial period of Sentosa Island, it was a British naval base and its old name was Queen's Island, which was renamed in 1972. Now it has been developed into a fully equipped marine paradise. The Siloso Fort at the western end of the island was built in 1880. The ancient guns of the 5th century are preserved here. They contain complex underground buildings, city walls and gun bases, artillery and mortar guns. The Marine Museum displays information on the history of Singapore Port, the development of navigation, canoes used by Singaporeans in the early days, original fishing methods, fishing gear and so on.