Imbiah Trail | 2.3km (30 – 40 minutes)
The Imbiah Trail allows you experience a more tranquil side of Sentosa. Immerse yourself into nature and greenery as you venture into this trail. Pay close attention to the wildlife around you, as you may spot some of our endangered and rare species including the Magpie Robin.
Sentosa Nature Discovery
Explore fascinating interactive exhibits and forested wilderness at this gallery, transformed from an old monorail station.
Converted from an old monorail track, this 225m elevated boardwalk links Sentosa Nature Discovery to the heart of the Imbiah forest.
Located at Mount Imbiah’s summit, the defense post was built in the 1880s to serve as an examination battery, to inspect all merchant vessels entering Singapore.
Coastal Trail | 2.2km (30 – 40 minutes)
Be mesmerized with the scenic views this trail as to offer. Unlike our white-sand beaches that you are familiar with, the Coastal Trails brings you along to see new sights such as rocky and sandy shores, and coastal rainforests.
Singapore’s only preserved coastal fort, Fort Siloso, boasts rich memorabilia of pre-WWII and WWII-era guns and remains of military structures and tunnels.
Fort Siloso Skywalk
Enjoy panoramic views of Sentosa’s coastline on this 38m high skywalk.
Dragon Teeth Gate
In the 18th and 19th centuries, sharp-edged rocks were aplenty around the island. The Chinese believed these rocks were the Sea Dragon King's teeth and named the maritime gateway to Sentosa (then known as Pulau Blakang Mati) 'Long Ya Men' or 'Dragon's Teeth Gate'.
Sentosa’s coastal forests are one of a few that are left in Singapore. The forests are home to endangered plants like the Seashore Mangosteen and the Dracena Minyagi, which is the oldest tree species on Sentosa at 200 years old. The forests also support a variety of local wildlife, including bats, squirrels, snakes, birds, and macaques.