Sentosa is proud to be the Special Destination Events Partner for the inaugural island edition of Singapore MICE Forum 2019 (SMF2019).
Named the Best Singapore Destination in 2017 and 2018, Sentosa is the perfect island-in-the-city for holidaymakers and business travellers, with diverse and unique leisure experiences all in one place, easily accessible from the central business district and via public transport.
Attracting some 19 million Singaporeans and tourists annually, the 500-hectare resort island is home to more than 30 themed attractions, some 200 food & beverage and retail outlets, golden sandy beaches, 18 hotels with more than 4,200 rooms, two premier 18-hole golf courses, a deep-water yachting marina, lush greenery and more.
Sentosa’s strategic location, accessibility and array of unique offerings make it the perfect one-stop solutions provider for unconventional MICE experiences. The 2018 Bloomberg New Economy Forum and USA-DPRK Singapore Summit further showcased Sentosa’s excellent ‘turnkey’ capabilities in hosting high-stature events.
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Asia’s ultimate leisure destination, Sentosa, is also the perfect MICE destination. Adding a new dimension to corporate events, Sentosa delivers a refreshing change to an ordinary meeting experience in the city, with its first-class accommodation, state-of-the-art renowned golf courses, pristine beaches, deep water yachting marina and nature park, all conveniently situated in one location.
Looking for the best food, music, chills and thrills? Whether you are hosting a large-scale international event, casual team-building retreats, day or night activities, Sentosa has both luxurious MICE facilities and one-of-a-kind venues to help you bring your event to life, while delighting guests and colleagues alike.
Our island retreat is also home to 18 hotels, over 100 iconic restaurants and must-visit attractions, includingSingapore’s first integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa, which operates South East Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park.
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Adventure Cove Waterpark
Enjoy a day at Adventure Cove Waterpark™, home to a multitude of sea creatures and 14 water rides. This aquatic theme park features a range of high-speed water slides, a water tornado ride called Pipeline Plunge, and Riptide Rocket—Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster.
Marine life enthusiasts will be able to take a watery adventure at the park’s Rainbow Reef, an abode for schools of tropical fishes, or have a close encounter with hammerhead and silvertip sharks at the park’s Shark Seas habitat.
Youngsters can hone their sense of direction at the Wet Maze, an intrepid experience that features a maze with challenging obstacles on the first floor and a rope course on the second level.
Resorts World Sentosa®. 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. +65 6577 8888. Daily 10am-6pm.
Universal Studios Singapore
Step into the world of movies and explore Universal Studios Singapore™ (USS), an internationally-acclaimed theme park located on the sunny resort island of Sentosa. Opened in 2010, Universal Studios Singapore™ is the first Hollywood movie theme park in Southeast Asia, and features seven movie-themed zones—Madagascar, Hollywood, Far Far Away (Shrek), The Lost World, Ancient Egypt (The Mummy), Sci-Fi City (Transformers) and New York (Sesame Street). Challenge your limits on the Battlestar Galactica: HUMAN vs. CYLON™, the world’s tallest pair of duelling rollercoasters, or soar above the canopy at the Lost World with the Canopy Flyer.
The enticing selection of attractions and rides doesn’t just cater to adult thrill-seekers; families with children should check out Far Far Away USS. This park zone is home to a junior rollercoaster ride, a 4D adventure and live animated shows.
Resorts World™ Sentosa. 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269. +65 65777 8888. Daily 10am. (Closing times vary).
Marina Bay Sands SkyPark
This gravity-defying platform is one of the largest in the world. The 1.2-hectare SkyPark stretches longer than the Eiffel Tower laid down and is large enough to park four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets.
It houses a ticketed observation deck, lush gardens, top-notch restaurants and an exclusive, infinity-edge swimming pool with a legendary view.
The 150-metre pool, the world’s largest elevated body of water outdoors, has been designed with a vanishing edge. It is as if there is nothing between the swimmer and the skyscrapers in front.
Those taking a dip feel like they are swimming among the clouds, perched so high in the sky with the most majestic scenery at their feet. However, only hotel guests can swim in the pool and enter the SkyPark free of charge.
Marina Bay Sands SkyPark. Level 57, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956. Monday to Thursday 9.30am-10pm. Friday to Saturday 9.30-11pm.
Opened in 2010, the Helix Bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in Singapore and serves as a link way between Marina Centre and the Bayfront area. Its unique form is modelled after the double helix DNA, symbolising “life and continuity, renewal and growth”. Look out for the pairs of coloured letters ‘c’ and ‘g’, as well as ‘a’ and ‘t’ on the bridge, which represent the four bases of DNA—a fun detail that will please the science geeks among us.
Helix Bridge. Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 038981.
Daily 24 hours.
Gardens by the Bay
Bay South Garden is the largest of the gardens. Inspired by an orchid, the design resembles Singapore’s national flower, Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim. You can’t miss the massive Supertrees—Tree-shaped vertical gardens that are between nine to 16 storeys tall.
Stroll on the suspended walkway between two Supertrees to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the gardens. In the evening, catch the sky show of choreographed lights and sounds at the Garden Rhapsody amidst the Supertrees.
Gardens by the Bay. Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953.
Catch a glimpse of Singapore’s most majestic icon, the Merlion, a mythical creature that’s half-fish and half-lion. The Merlion combines two elements of Singapore’s identity—its body symbolises the fishing villages of Singapore’s past, while its lion head is a symbol of Singapura (“lion city” in Sanskrit).
The Merlion, built by local craftsman Lim Nang Seng, was unveiled on 15 September 1972 by then-Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. The icon was originally positioned at the mouth of the Singapore River, but was later moved to its current spot overlooking the bay at the Merlion Park.
Merlion Park. One Fullerton, Singapore 049213.
Daily 24 hours.
Standing at 165 metres above ground is Asia’s largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. Launched in 2008, the wheel is a favourite tourist attraction due to its vantage point offering stunning panoramic views of Marina Bay and th¬e city. Over the years, the Singapore Flyer has also become a significant feature in the backdrop of the FORMULA ONE Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Street Circuit.
Singapore Flyer. 30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803.
Wild Wild Wet
With over 15 attractions for both kids and the young at heart, Wild Wild Wet is a great place to experience thrills and spills with the entire family. First opened in 2004, the water park has since expanded to over twice its size and launched two new rides.
Vortex—an 18.5-metre-high, 360-degree water slide—will certainly appeal to adrenaline lovers. Thrill-loving families who’re looking to bond and engage in some healthy competition with their loved ones should head over to the Kraken Racer, which features competitive mat-racing for up to four people.
The park even boasts a white-water rafting experience with Ular Lah—a super flume ride that challenges you to brave the rapids with five other companions.
Downtown East. 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599. +65 6581 9128. Mon-Fri 1-7pm; Sat-Sun 10am-7pm.
Science Centre Singapore
Delve into a world of scientific discovery at Science Centre Singapore, a four-decade-old educational establishment that promotes creative learning in a dynamic environment.
With a wide array of enrichment programmes, exhibitions, live shows and movies, this is a great place to inspire youngsters with aspirations of becoming fledgling scientists. Get in a snowball fight with the little ones at Snow City; marvel at nature in the Ecogarden; and pay a visit to the Omni-Theatre—Singapore’s only IMAX dome to feature state-of-the-art digital planetarium software. Those looking to overcome their fears with the knowledge (and power) of science should pay a visit to Phobia: The Science of Fear. This exhibition covers a range of phobias, from being buried alive to fears of public speaking.
Science Centre Singapore. 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081. +65 6425 2500. Daily 10am-6pm.