6 things to do in Sentosa at night

March 22, 2017
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    Sentosa may not have a reputation for having a bustling nightlife, but about a third of the island’s 30 attractions are currently open past 7.30pm.

    Indoor skydiving facility iFly Singapore and Wave House Sentosa, for example, stay open till 9.30pm daily to accommodate people who visit after work or school.

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  • Skyline Luge Sentosa
    2 / 7 Skyline Luge Sentosa

    What: Zip down two winding trails on a luge cart or board a Skyride chairlift and enjoy panoramic views of the Singapore skyline

    Where: 45 Siloso Beach Walk

    Open: 10am to 9.30pm daily

    Admission: From $18 for one luge ride and skyride.

    Visit: http://www.skylineluge.com/luge-singapore/skyline-luge-sentosa


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  • Wave House Sentosa
    3 / 7 Wave House Sentosa

    What: Surfer wannabes can go on the FlowBarrel and Double FlowRider, enormous pools that generate artificial waves. There is also a lounge pool, indoor restaurant and an outdoor beach bar.

    Where: 36 Siloso Beach Walk

    Open: 12pm to 9pm on weekdays and 11am to 9.00pm on weekends and public holidays

    Admission: From $30 for a 30-minute session on the Flowbarrel (minimum of three riders required) or $35 for an hour on the Double FlowRider on weekdays.

    Visit: wavehousesentosa.org


    Related: 5 things you need to know about Sentosa’s new cycling and walking trails

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  • iFly Singapore
    4 / 7 iFly Singapore

    What: Skydiving facility with the world’s largest themed indoor skydiving simulator

    Where: 43 Siloso Beach Walk (next to Beach Station)

    Open: 9am to 9.30pm daily except Wednesdays, when it opens from 11am to 9.30pm

    Admission: First-timer package starts at $89 for those older than seven (includes training and one skydive).

    Visit: www.iflysingapore.com


    Related: 10 best kid-friendly indoor activities in Singapore

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  • Sentosa 4D AdventureLand
    5 / 7 Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

    What: A 4D entertainment centre which is home to three exciting experiences, suitable for every age group.

    Where: 51B Imbiah Road

    Open: 10am to 9pm daily

    Admission: $35 (adult) or $24.20 (child) for a one-day pass

    Visit: 4dadventureland.com.sg


    Related: Kidzania Singapore review: what parents must know, what to eat here

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  • Wings of Time
    6 / 7 Wings of Time

    What: A dazzling night show that combines 3D projection, lasers, water jets and fireworks

    Where: Siloso Beach, Wings of Time Theatre

    Open: 7.40 and 8.40pm daily

    Admission: Standard seat at $15 (local residents) or $18 (tourists); $23 for premium seat

    Visit: www.wingsoftime.com.sg

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  • Trick Eye Museum
    7 / 7 Trick Eye Museum

    What: A museum that uses optical illusions to make 2D artwork appear 3D and 4D

    Where: Near the waterfront

    Open: 10am to 9pm daily

    Admission: $25 (adult) and $20 (child aged four to 12 and senior citizen aged 60 and above)

    Visit: www.rwsentosa.com/language/en-US/Homepage/Attractions/TrickEyeMuseum

    A version of this article first appeared in The Straits Times.

    (Photos: Facebook)

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