Viva Pilates Sentosa is an independently-owned and managed boutique Pilates Studio at Quayside Isle, Sentosa Island.
The only Reformer Pilates studio on Sentosa Island, Viva Pilates Sentosa's light-filled, exclusively custom-designed space is fitted with Pilates Reformers and Stability chairs and they run classes daily from 6am to 10pm.
Viva Pilates offer Group, Private, Pre-Natal, Athletic Conditioning for men and Pilates for Golfers Reformer Classes. Designed to tone and challenge your body, strengthen your core muscle groups, improve your posture, increase your flexibility and overall body efficiency.
Their studio is proudly home to a team of Fully Certified Instructors educated by the renowned Merrithew Organization in the Anatomy based STOTT PILATES® method.
Their team is qualified to design programs to best help you attain wellness through the Meaningful and empowering movement Pilates provides, each programme is tailored to meet your individual needs to maximise your progress. Find out more about their packages / classes here.
Located within the newly-opened Village Hotel at Sentosa, Native Kitchen takes diners on a culinary adventure with an island-inspired menu featuring the best of land and sea, prepared with a tropical twist. Celebrate the lifestyle of Asian and Polynesian islands with Native Kitchen's take on a number of culinary favourites, while embracing the culture of togetherness with communal dining options.
Native Kitchen appeals to guests and diners from all around the world - travellers, families, locals, business executives and leisure-seekers - looking to soak in the easy tropical vibe and savour a truly delectable experience.
Guests can tuck into the best of land and sea with a tropical twist. From the land, key signatures include a hearty Big Kahuna Burger, a savoury Mojo Pork Cubano Sandwich and comforting Bebek Goreng. From the sea, the refreshing island ceviche, Misoyaki Butterfish and Steamed Barramundi are not to be missed. Guests looking for Singaporean flavours are also treated to local staples such as Native Kitchen's Nasi Lemak, Hainan Island Chicken Rice and Singapura Laksa. Also available are a selection of Grilled Meats, Fish & Seafood, great for sharing.
Diners can round off their tropical feast with refreshing Native Rejuvenators and Smoothies or refreshing desserts such as the Ginger Zinger Juice Rejuvenator, Mango Lassi Smoothie, Pineapple Upside Down Cake and Hula Pie. Those looking for a good time will also be able to choose from a selection of Cocktails, Mocktails, Spirits, Beers, Wines, and other refreshing beverages.
Singapore's first ever full-scale virtual reality theme park has landed on Sentosa Island! With different themes and 11 extreme attractions to choose from, a thrilling adventure awaits you at HeadRock VR.
Have you ever imagined yourself rafting across extremely strong currents, firing at enemies while precariously balancing off the edge of a high-rise building and bracing yourself against a stormy blizzard that threatens to blow you away?
Opening for the first time ever in Singapore is one of the biggest virtual reality theme parks in Southeast Asia - HeadRock VR promises to bring out the adventurer in you with an unforgettable, larger-than-life experience.
Once a military outpost in 1904, this heritage building has been meticulously restored as The Barracks Hotel. The Barracks Hotel at Sentosa takes guests back to a cherished time of romance and charm, offering exquisite service with attention to every detail, and an overall timeless experience. Luxury of space is evident in its 40 well-designed guestrooms and suites. The décor is sophisticated and elegant, befitting of the hotel’s colonial past.
Set amidst the tranquillity and privacy of the heritage buildings, an exclusive pool provides the idyllic setting for guests to take a dip or lounge with a classic cocktail. The suites on the ground level have direct access to the pool and private jacuzzi at The Barracks Hotel.
Opening soon in April 2019, Village Hotel at Sentosa is the newest addition to the Village brand by Far East Hospitality.
It is also one of the three hotels with a combined 839 rooms which are expected to open in Sentosa mid next year, aiming mostly to serve the mid-tier market and attract local staycation enthusiasts.
Village Hotel at Sentosa delivers a unique experience for families, as well as leisure and meeting groups, providing opportunities to discover the rich culture and heritage of its surroundings. The cosy 606-room hotel is decorated in sun-washed hues of nature by the sea. From design, ambience to the choice of furnishings, Village Hotel at Sentosa delivers a unique offering on the island with brand new amenities and activities.
Surrounded by exciting retail and dining options at the Mess Hall, the adjacent Events Centre also offers over 800 square metres of flexible meeting space, making it a choice for corporate retreats, meetings and social events.
Three hotels with a combined 839 rooms are expected to open in Sentosa in 2019, aiming mostly to serve the mid-tier market and drawing more local staycation enthusiasts. Far East Hospitality is the operator of these three new properties.
The hotels, found in the Palawan area of Sentosa, will be located just a stone's throw away from the Imbiah monorail station and across the road from Universal Studios Singapore. They span about 45,000 sqm - or the size of 4.5 football fields.
The Outpost Hotel at Sentosa presents a trendy island getaway for adults and couples. Inspired by Sentosa's Heritage as a colonial military base, The Outpost Hotel transports guests back to a time of exploration and discovery. The 193 guestrooms are a stylish interpretation of colonial black and white design, with crisp lines and a sharply contrasting palette. With its own rooftop pool and bar, The Outpost Hotel offers a picturesque backdrop for evening cocktails, candlelit dinners and intimate celebrations.
The restaurant on the hotel's rooftop allows a panoramic view as you bask in the beautiful sunset and enjoy the daily firework displays from Wings of Time. Surrounded by exciting retail and dining options at the Mess Hall, the adjacent Events Centre also offers over 800 square metres of flexible meeting space, making it a choice for corporate retreats, meetings and social events.
After a 6-month transformation, the revamped eatery presents a revitalized dining experience for diners of all ages – with a bigger dining space inclusive of a water play area and a bolder menu with authentic, hearty Italian fare and creative reinterpretations of classic cocktails.
Long-time fans of Trapizza can also look forward to its signature wood-fired, thin-crust pizzas, pastas and desserts.
Panamericana is a casual bar-grill concept that celebrates the rich cultures and cuisines of the 14 countries along the sprawling Pan-American Highway stretching through the North, Central and South Americas. The 6,000 square feet destination within the Sentosa Golf Club is set against a panoramic view of the Singapore Straits.
With the asador at its heart, the menu specialises in “farm-to-fire” cuisine–offering succulent grilled whole meats, alongside fresh seafood and regional street food. The Panamericana experience includes a standout beverage programme that focuses on signature and classic cocktails from across the Americas, as well as fuss-free booze-and-juice options and large-format “explosion serves”; along with an extensive range of wines, beers and spirits. The extensive list is a 21st century reflection of North American and Latin American drinking cultures curated for Singapore.
Sip away with their special brew, the Panamericana beer, which is a cross between a Summer Ale and Pilsener or try their "Grown-Up Fanta".... Let's just say it will be hard to go without alcohol at this new joint.
Panamericana will be open for Brunch every Saturday and Sunday between 9am to 3pm.
With its elegant yet chic setting, The Cliff dishes out an extensive selection of homemade pastas, starters, handmade desserts as well as gourmet pizzas, baked to perfection in a wood-smoked oven, all delicately paired with the finest selection of premium world’s wines.
Through tasty plates paired with classic Italian hospitality, The Cliff embodies the essence of heartwarming flavors and alluring service, a breathtaking experience and idyllic time by the sea – or as the Italian adage goes – il dolce far niente.
Get ready for an exciting voyage on the turbulent high seas and sail off on an explorer adventure at the newly-unveiled Maritime Experiential Museum on Sentosa Island.
After nine months of extensive overhaul, the Maritime Experiential Museum is the only one of its kind in Singapore reconceptualisation, this is the newest attraction on Sentosa Island and dedicated to the exploration of the iconic Maritime Silk Route.
Housing a total of 15 unique galleries including five brand new zones featuring never-before-seen content and installations, the revamped attraction will engage the senses of guests through a combination of state-of-the-art visual projections, multimedia shows, interactive hands-on exhibits, olfactory experiences and plenty of stunning Instagram-worthy displays.
Greeted by the four world-famous seafarers with holographic effect in the Briefing Room, guests will embark on the maritime adventure through the eyes of Marco Polo, the merchant from Venice; Sang Nila Utama, Palembang prince and founder of Singapura; Ibn Battuta, Moroccan scholar and explorer; and Zheng He, Chinese admiral and fleet commander.
After a glimpse into how maritime trade and cross-cultural exchanges contribute to the progress of civilisation and shape the world today, guests enter the immersive Learning To Navigate chamber – an all-new interactive gallery designed like a lower deck of a ship. Guests can try their hand at reading nautical charts, navigate a mariner’s compass or learn more about the ancient art of celestial navigation. Replicas and projections of early trading vessels that ply the Maritime Silk Route, such as the Chinese Junk, Javanese Jong and Borobudur Ship, offer awe-inspiring 360-degree views and fascinating details on the construction of these sturdy ships.
Next, a vibrant marketplace at The Flavours of Maritime Silk Route depicts how precious merchandise such as silk, spices and gemstones were so highly sought after that traders were willing to risk their lives for them.
Guests can continue their journey and marvel at the Jewel of Muscat – designed like a 9th century Arabian Dhow – which made a tumultuous 138-day voyage from Oman to Singapore in 2010 using ancient navigational methods with a crew of 15. The immersive Typhoon Theater, a must-see anchor attraction, simulates a sinking ship in a treacherous storm, letting guests face the wrath of the sea before descending into the depths of the ocean.
Singapore's first 50m-tall bungy tower on Siloso Beach Sentosa will be opening soon. The new attraction is AJ Hackett Sentosa, a 2,500 sq m adventure playground with various features that meet different appetites for thrills.
AJ Hackett Sentosa will also be their first site globally to offer a full-time commercial vertical skywalk, which will allow visitors to walk vertically 44m down the centre shaft of the tower while supported by static ropes. This is similar to systems used by military and uniformed forces for training. The structure has other exciting components like the 47-meter high Double Bungy jump decks, Duo Giant Swings from a height of 40 meters and at a speed of over 100km/h or take in a panaoramic view of Siloso beach from their Skybridge which is 40 meters long and 50 metres above ground.