1. Water Jetpacks

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You no longer have to head to an exotic resort in the Maldives to try out water jetpacking. Sea Breeze in Sentosa lets you jet pack for 45 minutes starting at $228.

Photo: Sea Breeze

2. Bungee Jump a 19-Storey Tower

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Singapore’s first bungee tower, standing at 50m tall (that’s a whopping 19 storeys!), has found its home at Siloso Beach in Sentosa.

Competitive adrenaline junkies can even compete with each other at the Giant Swing – race each other side by side to see who’s the bigger, quicker daredevil.

Look forward to its opening in the later half of the year.

Photo: AJ Hackett

3. Gather Your Girls For Some High Tea

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Hidden within Sentosa away from most of the tourist hotspots is Capella Singapore, a quaint, spacy hotel with all the grandeur of its colonial façade and the elegance of its stylish interior.

Head to Caspella’s restaurant Cassia for an indulgent high tea. Choose between an English-style “Colonial Afternoon Tea” or a more local dim sum high tea.

 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Photo: Capella
4. Indulge in A Turkish Hammam

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Mention Equarius Hotel and you’d probably think of their stunning Ocean Suites where you can live among marine life. But hidden in the hotel is an equally luxurious spa, ESPA. 

This  sanctuary houses Singapore’s first authentic Turkish Hammam, outdoor vitality pools, rock saunas, and more on its 10,000 sq metre grounds. Expect an awesome pamper sesh!

18 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 

Photo: ESPA

5. Visit A Deserted Beach

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While Sentosa has plenty of popular beaches, Tanjung Rimau is the most secluded of them all. There’s even a small cave to explore while you’re there.

Photo: Flickr user Jnzl

Text: Pinky Chng/ The Finder 

Additional Reporting: Atika Lim