Bookings no longer required to visit Sentosa beaches from Mar 14

With the new ruling, visitors are now able to enter Sentosa’s beaches on any day of the week without booking in advance.

Muhd Zahin Ilmi

Sports enthusiast and expert overthinker.

Published: 15 March 2022, 12:05 PM

The Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) announced on Mar 14 that guests visiting Sentosa Island are no longer required to book their entry into Sentosa beaches and beach courts during weekends and public holidays, with immediate effect.

This also applies to Sentosa’s free multisensory beach attraction, Magical Shores at Siloso, which will be open on Fridays, weekends, eves of public holidays, where visitors may now walk in and enjoy the attraction. 


Entry to Magical Shores at Siloso is still subject to the capacity limits despite the new walk-in rule. PHOTO CREDIT: SENTOSA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SDC)


The SDC added that visitors are still required to adhere to the prevailing Safe Management Measures (SMM) to ensure their safety. These include mask-wearing, limit on social gathering group sizes, as well as SMMs for sports activities. 


Safety rings will continue to be in place at Sentosa’s beaches to indicate areas where small groups of up to five may gather. PHOTO CREDIT: YOUTHOPIA/ HANEY AFIQAH


Visitors may also be directed to another area if necessary to avoid overcrowding on the beaches. They are also reminded that swimming is not permitted at Sentosa’s beaches after 7pm for safety reasons.

SDC’s Safe Distancing Ambassadors and enforcement officers will continue to conduct regular patrols and take enforcement action should breaches be observed.

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