Singapore’s Sentosa Island Wows Indian Tourists With More Attractions for Golden Jubilee Year | India is blooming
With Indians constituting nearly 30% of tourists in Singapore, the resort town of Sentosa Island off the southern coast of Singapore is attracting tourists with more attractions in this Golden Jubilee year.
“This year is the Golden Jubilee of Sentosa. We are offering 50 new experiences. It is affordable for families,” Kwee Eng Thien, CEO of Sentosa Development Corporation, told IBNS on the sidelines of SATTE (South Asia’s Travel & Tourism Exchange). 2022 in Greater Noida.
Along with attractions like Universal Studio, which is a theme park located in Resorts World Sentosa featuring 28 rides, shows and attractions in seven themed areas, there are many new attractions, Ms. Thien said.
“Sentosa has a refreshing environment and Indians love to spend two to three nights there. After every 15.2 million travelers to Singapore, about 20-30% are Indians. India is our biggest market,” a- she declared.
She said airfare is also very affordable now with prices for children under 12 halved by airlines, while Singapore is already connected to nearly 15 Indian cities.
Sentosa with its pristine beaches, exciting attractions and tropical landscapes, is a magnet for tourists.
Before being known as Sentosa, this island off the southern coast of Singapore was a British military stronghold. After Japanese occupation during World War II, Singapore returned to British rule and the island was renamed “Sentosa”, which means “peace and tranquility” in Malay.
Sentosa over the past few decades has transformed into a beloved resort offering an adrenaline rush as well as a relaxing day in the sun.
Three beaches cover the Sentosa coastline. Each beach has its own unique charm: Siloso Beach is the liveliest part of the island and is home to various restaurants and attractions; Palawan Beach’s playgrounds, parks and lagoon are perfect for families, and Tanjong Beach is ideal for a quiet getaway.
Nature lovers are drawn to Sentosa Nature Discovery. This nature trail begins in an interactive gallery – where visitors will have the opportunity to hone their skills in scientific inquiry – followed by a presentation of Sentosa’s abundant heritage wildlife and trees native to Singapore and Southeast Asia. South East.
SEA Aquarium is one of the largest oceanariums on the planet and home to over 100,000 marine animals, allowing for close encounters with fascinating creatures from the deep.
It also boasts of iFly Singapore, the world’s largest wind tunnel for indoor skydiving. The 18-foot-tall acrylic “glass walls” allow you to enjoy panoramic views of the South China Sea and Siloso Beach.