Singapore, Sentosa Island
جزيرة سنتوسا في سنغافورة
جزيرة سنتوسا من الجزر الرائعة ذات المناظر الطبيعية الساحرة في سنغافورة. تقع الجزيرة على بُعد 15 دقيقة من وسط البلد وهي إحدى مصادر الجذب السياحي في سنغافورة. هناك العديد من الأنشطة التي يمكنك الاستمتاع بها، فهي مكان لعشاق الإثارة والمتعة في كل مكان. يوجد هناك العديد من الأماكن الفريدة من نوعها في العالم؛ كأن تجد مثلا: حديقة الفراشات، ومملكة الحشرات، هذا بجانب العديد من الحيوانات البحرية النادرة وجمال الطبيعة المذهلة. يمكنك أيضا الاستمتاع بالرياضات الشاطئية مثل الكرة الطائرة على شواطئ الجزيرة الجميلة. يوجد العديد من المطاعم التي تقدم الطعام الذي يناسب جميع الأذواق لتختار منه ما تحب. تتيح لك الجزيرة العديد من الخيارات للترفيه والاستمتاع بوقتك فهي منتجع سياحي مميز وشواطئ ساحرة و مطاعم فاخرة والكثير من خدمات فندقية علي أعلي مستوي و محلات تجارية عصرية، وبجانب المناظر الطبيعية الساحرة.
هناك يمكنك التخطيط لقضاء اجازه رائعة مسلية من خلال يوم الترفيه في مدينة الملاهي والألعاب المثيرة هناك. كما يمكنك القيام برحلة بواسطة القارب لتأخذ جولة حول الجزيرة. إذا كنت تريد قضاء أجازه ممتعة ورائعة فهذا مكان مثالي لذلك.
Sentosa is a small islet of the main island of Singapore and is most famous for its amusement park, golf courses and beaches. Over 5 million people visit here every year and it’s not hard to see why, there is enough to keep the entire family entertained for a few days.
Soak in the history of Singapore at Images of Singapore. Get ready for a course in Singapore history as the past is vividly brought to life using multimedia displays, multi screen theatre presentations along with life-sized tableaux that depict the local history. More than a mere walk down the memory lane, Images of Singapore uses creatively interwoven legends, facts, and folklore to create a unique experience for the visitors. Admission fee for Images of Singapore is S$10 per adult and S$7 per child (3-12 years). The attraction is open to the public from 9am to 7pm with the last entry at 6.30pm.
Marvel at the spectacular beauty of Mother Nature as you step into the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom. Colourful fluttering butterflies and exotic varieties of insects at this tamed wilderness is sure to spellbind you as you experience the sights, scents, and sounds of a genuine tropical rainforest. The attraction is a must visit for everyone. Admission fee is S$16 per adult and S$10 per child (3-12 years). The attraction is open to the public from 9am to 7pm with the last entry at 6.30pm.
Even if you are not an adventurous type, a visit to the Megazip Adventure Park at Sentosa Island is a must. With the most extreme zip wires in Asia, an aerial rope course and a free fall simulator, the adventure park offers a lifetime experience. Visitors can choose from the variety of courses offered at the park depending upon their fitness levels. If you are looking for more demanding adventure then you can go for Climbmax which is an aerial obstacle course that is set amongst the treetops. Admission fee for the park is S$29 per person and if you want to go for Climbmax then the fee is S$24 per person. You can also go for an additional level by paying extra S$15 per person. All the activities in the park have certain height and weight limitations. The park is open from 11am to 7pm everyday.
Your visit to Sentosa won’t be complete if you didn’t visit the famous 37 metre high the Merlion Statue. The Merlion is a lasting icon of Singapore and is half lion and half fish. Step into the Merlion and get transported to the depths of the ocean as you gear up to meet the legendary sea dragons and mythical mermaids. Get captivated by the animated feature on the origins of the Merlion or you can visit the Mercubs and discover your fortune. In other words just enjoy the whole ethereal experience inside the Merlion. Admission fee for an adult is S$ 8 and for a child is S$5. The Merlion is open from 10am to 8pm and the last entry is allowed till 7.30 pm.
Enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature at Sentosa Nature Discovery which is situated in a former monorail station. You can start your journey from a gallery with interactive exhibits and then tread into the Imbiah forest reserve through a boardwalk which was initially a monorail’s tracks. Enjoy the 1.8km Nature Walk that leads you through a secondary rainforest and get a crash course in flora and fauna found on Sentosa. You can also either enhance your detective skills or cultivate them as you try to identify the insectivorous pitcher plants and Tembusu trees.
A must visit is the Underwater World & Dolphin Lagoon attraction offering opportunities to swim alongside Sharks and Dolphins, or just shake hands with Dolphins and fur seals or take the photographs as fur seals and pink Dolphins pose together for the photographs. You can choose from the packages like Dive with the Sharks or Swim with the Dolphins by paying extra and enjoy the marine life at its best. The attraction is open from 9am to 9pm daily and the last entry allowed is at 8.30 pm. Entry fee for an adult is S$26 and for a child between 3 to 12 years is S$18 approximately. The admission is free for children below 3 years.
Relive your movie fantasy at the Universal Studios Singapore as you enjoy the rides based on the blockbuster movies. With 24 movies-themed rides and attractions and 18 of them being unique to Singapore, you can assure to have complete family fun at this attraction. Entry is through the pass like weekday pass or a weekend pass or an annual pass. The attraction is open from 10am to 7pm Monday to Sunday.
Attraction like Crane Dance have no entry fee and is a must visit. Crane Dance is a show depicting the love story between the mechanical cranes and how it transforms them into real cranes. The show comes alive with the help of cutting edge audio and visual technologies perfectly blended together with incredible light and water effects. Marvel at the graceful courtship of steel cranes as they transform into real cranes and fly away. The show starts at 9pm daily except on Tuesdays when it is closed for maintenance.
Get ready for some beach activities and adventure as you plan your trip to Singapore.
Your trip to Singapore will not be complete without a tour to Sentosa Island.