Siloso Beach - Singapore

Located in the Southwest part of Sentosa Island in Singapore, Siloso Beach is one of the three beautiful beaches of the island (no pun intended). It is also the largest of the three.

Siloso Beach

Siloso Beach Details

Siloso Beach is a white sand beach that stretches almost a kilometer. It is perfect for outdoor activities like beach volleyball and the sandcastle building. 

Siloso Beach - Sentosa Island

Visitors can also swim in the waters but there are some things that might pose a risk to the health of those who do like oil from ships, broken glass, and even jellyfishes.

Welcome to Siloso Beach

Siloso Beach is surprisingly clean

These foreigners enjoyed a stroll at high noon

Check out those islets

As seen from the "secret part" of Siloso Beach

As seen from the Sentosa Cable Car

Siloso Beach is beachfront of Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort. It is also a few meters walk from the Siloso Point Station of the Sentosa Cable Car Line and the Fort Siloso Sky Walk

The Rasa Sentosa Resort is nearest the beach

Look who passed by... It's Mrs. Peacock

There are three C-shaped islets that front the beachhead. One of these serves as the endpoint of the zipline of Mega Adventure. These islets protect the beach from the waves and currents that tend to bring in trash and oil to the beach.
 
Kindly read first before swimming

Siloso Beach as seen from Fort Siloso Skywalk

I got to visit Siloso Beach with my family during our 2017 Singapore-Malaysia Tour. We went there not to swim nor do the mentioned outdoor activities but to take a nap (and of course go sightseeing). Yup, that's right! Funny as it may sound, we arrived at Siloso Beach at noon and my 4-year old daughter was tired from walking from touring. 

The panoramic view of Siloso Beach

Lucky for us, there was a "hidden" area at the westernmost part of the beach. This place has a bench facing the cargo ships docked sea and behind it was a beautiful panoramic view of Siloso Beach. The shade of the trees and the cool breeze of the sea sure does help us relax when we were there. 

Special thanks to the bench in the "secret spot" hahaha

Team Nicerio visits Siloso Beach

Overall, given a chance, I would want to take my daughter for a dip in the calm waters of Siloso Beach. I know my daughter would love that experience. Plus, it's one of the few good beaches of Singapore so it's a must-try.

Siloso Beach Entrance Fee:

It's FREE to visit, explore, and swim in SIloso Beach.

Siloso Beach Operating Hours:

Siloso Beach is open from 8AM - 7PM.

Why visit Siloso Beach?

Siloso Beach is one of the beautiful beaches in Sentosa Island in Singapore. You should visit it when you get the chance especially if you just want to stroll the beach or be one with nature. 

Getting to Siloso Beach:


From the Changi Airport, ride the East-West MRT line going to Tanah Merah Station. From there transfer to  Outram Park Station in the North-East line. Board down at Harbour Front Station and walk 2 minutes to Vivocity. 

Go up to the 3rd level and take the Sentosa Express and alight at the Beach station. From there the beach is a few meters away.

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Comments

  1. sometimes it is so relaxing to go to a beach that is quiet yet pretty and very near to the central location , i think this beach fits that bill perfectly

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    1. That's true. It's like a perfect getaway from the busy Singaporean commercial centers.

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  2. Siloso Beach looks beautiful. I am actually planning to go to Singapore this year. And I thought I had done all my research and formed a perfect itinerary. How wrong I was!! I now need to include Siloso Beach in my itinerary :)

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    1. I would love to see photos of that adventure someday. =)

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  3. Nice photo tour of a beautiful beach. Thanks for introducing this new place to me.

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  4. Siloso Beach is such a summer destination... Peacocks are even freely roaming there!

    I got your point, beach isn't only for swimming. Even me, I love to go to the beach just to unwind, enjoy the views and nature.

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    1. Hahaha. Same here...
      However, you can still swim (at your own risk).

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  5. I've always thought Singapore is nothing but cities. I never knew about this beach until now. At least there's a place to breathe by the sea even in a landlocked city.

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    1. That's right Sam. =) That's what I believed in too before I visited Singapore.

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  6. The description of Siloso beach reminds me of Neil island in Andaman and Nicobar islands of India. I guess a blogger has done a good job if the blog makes the reader nostalgic and remember good times! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Ambuj.
      I googled the places that you mentioned and found out that these places are truly amazing. =)

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  7. I went to Siloso beach long ago. Singapore beaches are always clean.But the speciality of Siloso beach is the diversity of activities it offers people

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    1. I have to agree to that. =) I honestly miss Siloso Beach. I hope I have spent time discovering it more.

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  8. Hi! Is there an admission free at Siloso beach? Or it's free?

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    1. Hi Lou! You can visit this place for free. =)

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    2. Wow! That's nice to know! :) I'll be visiting SG this weekend. Do you know how to reach the beach from the Cable Car Siloso Point Station? Thanks!

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    3. From the Siloso Point Station of the cable car you could reach the beach simply by walking. =) You'd be surprised how close this place is. =)

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  9. How about public toilet to change up? :)

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    1. There is a toilet at the terminal.

      Oh wait are you planning to take a dip?

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  10. No. Maybe just my feet. Hehe.
    How about the Siloso Skywalk, is it for free?

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    1. Ohhh, Hehe.
      The Siloso Skywalk is free. You should visit it. The lights and sounds presentation in Fort Siloso was also free when we visited. =)

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  11. Siloso in the Philippines means jealous person. Interesting name for a beach.

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    1. I assume you're also a Filipino. That's what my friends also said.

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