Sentosa (Malay for peace and tranquility) is an island resort in Singapore. There are many family friendly attractions that can be found in Sentosa ranging from zip-lining, luge riding, golf and much more. We spent the afternoon in Sentosa and went up Imbiah Lookout, walked along the Merlion Walk and lastly visted Palawan Beach.
You can take a set of escalators up to the lookout point or ride the cable cars.
Along the way there are stations where you can hold and feed parakeets or even snakes.
At the top is Tiger Sky Tower where you can ride a cabin to the top and view the city skyline.
The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and body of a fish and is the mascot of Singapore. The fish body represents Singapore's origin as a fishing village and the lion represents Singapore's original name, Singapura, which means 'lion city'.
Along the walk you can view the dragon fountains. The mosaic fountains spread over 120m and are inspired by Gaudi's work.
We primarily choose this beach because we knew Ethan would love suspension bridge. He must have spent over an hour just running back and forth along the bridge while singing 'London Bridge'.
At the other end of the bridge is a lookout point where you got nice views of the beach and surrounding waters.
I was a little dissapointed that we didn't have enough time to take a luge ride down Imbiah Lookout. But that just means we have to come back! It was a great afternoon spent in Sentosa.