1. For Cool Parties: Tanjong Beach Club
Singled out by Condé Nast Traveller as one of the world’s best beach clubs, Tanjong Beach Club needs no introduction. With its cool, relaxing ambience — long wooden tables, huge cushy daybeds and that inviting pool — this club is the tropical beach destination of choice for merrymakers. By day, enjoy sunbathing while sipping thirst-quenching cocktails on the daybeds. In the evening, the space transforms into a vibrant nightspot where guests indulge in soul, house, disco and dance tunes by resident and international DJs the likes of Juan MacLean, Pete Herbert and Parrish James. Pop by during the weekends for a sunshine-filled brunch while taking in the magnificent coastal views of the Straits of Singapore.
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2. For An Enjoyable Stay: Beach Villas, Resorts World Sentosa
Wake up to the soothing, melodious lull of ocean waves right here in Singapore. Beach Villas is where you can ditch the bustle of city living and revel in an idyllic balmy private retreat. Every villa — in configurations of either one, two or three bedrooms — is decked with bespoke furnishings, while its living spaces open out to gardens, private sundecks and verandahs surrounded by lush greenery or that look out to the scenic pristine waters. A 24-hour personal butler service also ensures your needs are well taken care of. For those who want to enjoy quality moments with the family, The Palace villa has four oversized bedrooms, a personal lap pool and an expansive private entertainment room. Dining options include Forest森, where celebrity chef Sam Leong whips up contemporary Chinese cuisine, as well the Equarius Lounge.
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3. For An Adrenaline Rush: Wave House Sentosa
Putting Singapore on the map as a surfing spot, Wave House Sentosa is the solution to our lack of giant waves that surfers crave. The main attraction is the world-famous FlowBarrel, a 10-ft-tall wave created by pumping water at a high speed over stationary curved walls, to delight seasoned surfers, while the Double FlowRider allows first-timers to enjoy their initial steps to an exhilarating flowboarding experience. Not just a sun-filled playground for active types, the Wave House Sentosa also offers a selection of delectable food and drinks — perfect too for summer-loving family gatherings, birthdays and even corporate parties. A 2,000-sq-ft Surf Shop also stocks a wide array of fashionable beachwear, as well as water sport guards to ensure you’re ready to take on the waves.
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4. For A Relaxing Experience: Sand Bar
Nestled between cooling palm trees and with its iconic bamboo structures, the Sand Bar on Siloso beach is as authentic as a beach bar gets. Other than its eclectic, laid-back tunes on the weekends, the water-front destination also serves up tantalising Western cuisine with icy cold beers and refreshing cocktails, including its signature Strawberry Mojito, to end a balmy day on a soothing note. While basking in great music and watching the rhythmic waves lap up against the shore, meat lovers can also indulge in mouth-watering selection of burgers, pizzas, meats and seafood.
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5. For A Chillin’ Good Time: Mambo Beach Club
Since opening in September 2012, the sun-blessed Mambo Beach Club on Siloso Beach has become a beach-goer fave with its casual, breezy setting. Taking inspiration from bars in destinations the likes of Miami, Cuba and the Caribbean during the 1950s, the club is furnished with elegant teak loungers and beach towels so guests kick back with a tipple and tune in to melodious tunes by its resident live band. Dining offerings include freshly grilled dishes. Guests may also visit the Lido rooftop for pristine panoramic views of the beach. For a more exclusive experience, book the reserved area on a raised deck, which features large cabanas complemented with personalised attention from service staff.
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6. For A Classy Evening: Ocean Restaurant By Cat Cora
Leave the sun hat at home. Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora offers a dining experience to remember, thanks to a mesmerising backdrop of fish, sharks and stingrays. The dining concept, located within the premises of the S.E.A. Aquarium beside the Open Ocean Habitat, is developed by Resorts World Sentosa in collaboration with Mississippi-born celebrity chef Cat Cora and serves up signatures from her portfolio of Californian-Mediterranean dishes, such as Black Pepper Beef Primecuts, Sous Vide Salmon and Crispy Skin Barramundi. Whether it’s a quiet meal for two or a gathering of adults and inquisitive little ones you seek, this is excellent for savouring good food while revelling in the majesty of marine life.
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7. For Music to Your Ears: Ola Beach Club
Your chill-out Sundays can now come complete with great music, thanks to Ola Beach Club. The beach dining spot has introduced live DJ entertainment each week titled Lei’d, where top international and Singaporean DJs will play tunes from a wide range of genres the likes of house, nu disco, funk, soul and afro Latin from 2pm till late. For the month of October, local veterans including Brendon P, The Sunchasers and Yuki Yamaguchi of Finns Beach Club Bali will be on set to get you grooving. And in line with Halloween on October 29, a special edition of Lei’d will come with a Halloween Recovery Day Party where Bar Manager Christopher Ong will be serving up delicious Bloody Marys alongside a live music set by A Phat Cat Collective.
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