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Sentosa is a small island whose name means peace and tranquility in Malay. There are numerous ways to get there, including taking the Sentosa Express train, which takes just four minutes from Harbour Front station in the city center, driving or riding a glass cable car. Besides attracting tourists, Sentosa is popular with Singaporeans for its wealth of outdoor activities from skim boarding to golf and hiking.
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Sentosa is a popular destination for locals and tourists who want to escape the city. Go for a stroll around the island, taking in panoramic views of Singapore and the South China Sea, or engage in the island's many sports on offer, including skim boarding, mountain biking, golf, and zip-lining.
Sentosa features a vibrant dining scene every bit as varied and delectable as the rest of Singapore. The Cliff at the Sentosa Resort is one of Singapore’s most beautiful al fresco restaurants with large, open windows overlooking the ocean.
Marine Life Park
Set in Resorts World Sentosa, Marine Life Park is the world's largest oceanarium, and it contains the world's largest freshwater aquarium. The scope of its marine biodiversity display is unparalleled, and it offers more than just casual observation --guests can go on wet 'n wild adventures in Marine Life's onsite water park.
Capella on Sentosa Island
Tucked away on the prestigious Sentosa Island, Capella Singapore is the perfect luxurious hideaway, just minutes from the heart of Singapore. A quintessential resort island, Sentosa Island boasts incredible beaches, and is home to Universal Studios, all of which is within walking distance from the Capella. The hotel grounds feature courtyards, a sculpture garden, cycle and jogging paths and three incredible cascading pools with sweeping views of the South China Sea. For the ultimate indulgence, guests can enjoy luxury treatments at the world-class Auriga Spa, where spectacular treatment rooms include garden walk outs into the lush jungle surroundings. Back in their suites, guests can enjoy amenities such as complimentary WiFi, LCD TVs, expansive balconies and rainforest showers. The Capella Singapore also provides complimentary services including a dedicated Personal Assistant, flexible check-in and check-out times, in-room refreshment centre, nightly turn down service and an on-site library.