Reservations Required For Entry To Sentosa Beaches During Peak Periods From Oct 17. Here's How To Book
Plan ahead for your next jaunt to Siloso, Palawan or Tanjong Beach.
From Oct 17, you’ll have to make a reservation online if you want to visit the beaches at Sentosa — Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso Beaches — during peak periods, such as weekends and public holidays. Pre-booking is also required for game courts on the beaches of Sentosa.
Guests will not need to pre-book on weekdays, though entry is subject to capacity limits. Sentosa’s beaches are closed between 7pm and 8am daily.
How to pre-book beach entry into Sentosa
Bookings will have to be made via www.sentosa.com.sg/beachreservations. Guests can choose from two timeslots: morning (8am-1pm) and afternoon (2pm-7pm). You can pre-book a visit for up to five people in a group. Pre-bookings can be made up to seven days before your date of visit, subject to capacity limits.
Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches have been segmented into a total of seven zones, each with a capacity limit of 100 to 350 people, in line with safe distancing measures. Bookings will open from Oct 10 for visits from Oct 17 onwards.
Here’s what the beach zones look like:
Palawan Beach Zones
Siloso Beach Zones
Tanjong Beach Zones
In addition to standard safe management measures, Safety Rings have been progressively set up around the beaches (below). These are to indicate demarcated spots where groups of up to five may gather, while observing a minimum safe distance of 1m from other groups.