If you are going to visit Sentosa, there is the high possibility that you’ll chance upon Imbiah Lookout first. It’s just as well because most of the attractions in Sentosa are clustered on this one location.
The challenge really is to choose which attractions you’ll wish to experience. Now, if you’re on a Sentosa package that wouldn’t be such a problem as your whole itinerary in the island is being taken cared of. You’ll only have to choose which package will mostly appeal to your sense of adventure. Sentosa tour packages can be purchased at Sentosa Station or from online club while playing https://bet888win.net/sportsbook/ (Vivocity Lobby L, Level 3).
Getting around Sentosa on your own is quite alright too. That way you can take your own sweet time in exploring each and every attractions. You don’t have any schedules to stick to and leaves you more time to get those pictures perfectly taken.
Personally, having tried both, I like to have a go at it on my own. But then, that’s just me. You may like your tour completely organized whereas I simply avoid anything that remotely resembles a schedule if I can get away with it. 🙂
Now, some of the attractions you’ll encounter in Imbiah Lookout are as follows:
Images of Singapore
You’ll get a glimpse of Sinapore’s history of cultural diversity. They have these wide collections of books, garments and other stuff from different ethnic culture that would descriptively show its visitors the essence of Singapore.
Best for tourist with a penchant for getting the feel of the culture of a certain place.
Tiger Sky Tower
Towering 131 meters above sea level, the Tiger Sky Tower will treat you to a breathtaking 360 degrees view Singapore, Sentosa and even some part of neighboring countries of Malaysia and Indonesia. It offers a great vantage point in taking pictures of the whole island.
Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom
I’ve never been to this place but judging from its name, it must be every entomomologist’s paradise.
Skyride and Luge
This is actually rides. The Skyride is more like a cable car but it’s not enclosed. There’s just you and the sky above or the depths below and of course, your seat that’s dangled on a rope.
The luge is like a go-kart that will cruise you downhill along a 650-meter paved track. It’s pure excitement to feel the wind in your face and the rush of adrenaline.
Sentosa Cinemablast and 4D Magix.
Going to the cinemas has never been this real! It’s a completely different experience as it engages all your senses and the Cinemablast has this simulator that would induce you to feeling the excitement and thrill of the ride.
The Merlion is also one of the attractions in Imbiah Lookout but since this is such a compelling icon, I’ll give it the respect it deserves by writing a different post for it. Do watch out for it!