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Sentosa Island has many themed attractions and it is worth spending a full day there to see everything. Underwater World is an educational attraction where you can see a variety of local and many other types of marine life.
Take a walk under the sea through an 83 metre long acrylic tunnel and get up close and personal with the sharks and rays.
Read more: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/827ac/16d27f/4/#1257391#ixzz1FlrqDLQG   Fort Siloso is a reminder of the Second World War years in Singapore with life sized wax replicas of the cast of characters involved in the Japanese surrender and other authentic exhibits.
Visitors can browse through many old photographs, documents and film clips that are on display and also to go and explore the old tunnels.
Read more: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/827ac/16d27f/4/#1257391#ixzz1FlsG9C36   The mythological Merlion on Sentosa Island is 37 metres high and from the top it offers fantastic 360deg views of Sentosa Island and also of Singapore City and Harbour across the strait.
Read more: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/827ac/16d27f/4/#1257391#ixzz1FlsVq1ih   The 110m high Sky Tower offers views across Singapore, Sentosa and the Southern Islands. It seats 72 people in an air-conditioned cabin.
Each ride takes about seven minutes.
Read more: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/827ac/16d27f/4/?o=1&i=1#ixzz1FlskqQHi   Palawan Beach is where a suspension bridge links up with the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia and it is also Continental Asia's closest point to the Equator.
You can give your wallet a break here because it's one of very few free attractions on Sentosa.
There are great view from the top of two towers which are close to the beach.
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Wonderful island right in front of Singapore. It houses a resort and a huge theme park, with esotic animals, dolphins shows, kart tracks etc... it's worth to spend a whole day in here but bring fresh water with you, as queues to enter attractions could be long and under a burning sun. You can get there with the sky cab that leaves from the top of a skyscraper in the southern commercial part of Singapore. If you don't want to spend loads of $$$ for a lunch (restaurants on the island are few and expensive) you can always rely on a Subway Fast Food, close to the main entrance.
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Sentosa is a small island off the southern coast of Singapore.  It has a gigantic water park and a huge aquarium.  Its basically an island full of fun :)  I remember running around having loads of fun at the water park with my dad.  The aquarium was stunning.  There was a pond "petting zoo" with an unforgettable sign over it that said, "Please do not squeeze the marine animals."  If you go to Singapore, make sure to take a day to spend on Sentosa.
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