READ: SENTOSA: 2014 Planning Guide to Maximizing the Sentosa DAY FUN PASS! The PORT OF LOST WONDER is Singapore’s First Kids’ Club at Palawan Beach, with its Pirate Ship waterpark as the centerpiece. The kids are given a Port Pass where they can collect stamps to get prizes and manage their finances via Curio Coins to use for … Continue reading SENTOSA: Port of Lost Wonder (POLW) Waterpark at Palawan Beach @Sentosa_Island
Read: SENTOSA: 2014 Planning Guide to Maximizing the Sentosa DAY FUN PASS! MEGAZIP ADVENTURE PARK specializes in the latest in zip line and high rope activities, with the Imbiah Hilltops as the backdrop. The park includes five adventure activities—MegaZip, ClimbMax, NorthFace, ParaJump, and MegaBounce. We tried the MegaZip with Aidan and the MegaBounce for Joshua & Raphael. … Continue reading SENTOSA: MegaZip & MegaBounce Adventure @Sentosa_Island
READ: SENTOSA: 2014 Planning Guide to Maximizing the Sentosa DAY FUN PASS! Skyline Luge is an exciting three-wheeled cart gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on 1.2km Luge track. This carting adventure can only be found in Sentosa Singapore, New Zealand and Canada. Here’s our Skyline Luge and Skyride Experience in Sentosa, Singapore… SKYLINE LUGESkyline … Continue reading SENTOSA: Skyline Luge & Sky Ride Thrill @Sentosa_Island
Welcome to Laddaland, the new Spooktacular haunted village where horror lurks in every corner. Gather your courage and explore the village, where every house is haunted. Cursed and haunted spirits are out to claim new souls to join their realm. Come on in and we wish you luck, for we do not know if we … Continue reading SENTOSA SPOOKTACULAR: Welcome to Laddaland (Haunted Village Formerly Fort Siloso)!
THE INTAN, which literally means “rose-cut diamond”, is the Peranakan house-museum of Alvin Yapp, collector and curator of Peranakan antiques and purveyor of Peranakan culture in Singapore. Peranakan means “descendant” and pertains to the ethnic Chinese who migrated in the 15th-16th century to the Malay peninsula, which includes Singapore. Although they have assimilated the Malay … Continue reading THE INTAN: Peranakan Heritage Home-Museum by Antique Collector Alvin Yapp @VisitSingapore