In line with the simplification of Singapore’s Safe Management Measures (SMMs) and transition to a COVID-19 resilient nation, you are no longer required to make a booking when you visit Sentosa’s beaches (Tanjong, Palawan, Siloso) or the use of beach courts on weekends and public holidays, with immediate effect.
In short, you can now enjoy Sentosa’s beaches daily without bookings.
In tandem with the cessation of beach entry reservations, the booking of visits to Sentosa’s free multi-sensory beach attraction, Magical Shores at Siloso, is also no longer required. You may walk in and enjoy the attraction, which is currently open on Fridays, weekends, eves of public holidays, and public holidays, subject to the capacity limits of the attraction.
For the safety of all, Sentosa Management reminds to continue observing prevailing SMMs, such as mask-wearing, limit on social gathering group sizes, as well as SMMs for sports activities. Safety Rings will also continue to be in place at Sentosa’s beaches, indicating spots where small groups of up to five may gather.
To avoid over-crowding at any area of the beaches, you may be directed to another area if necessary. It is also advised that, for safety reasons, swimming is not permitted at Sentosa’s beaches after 7 PM.
SDC’s Safe Distancing Ambassadors and enforcement officers will continue to conduct regular patrols and take enforcement action should breaches be observed.