Rumours Beach Club: “Bali” On Sentosa With 3 Pools & Scenic Sunsets To Live Your Beach Bum Dreams

Rumours Beach Club

Bali is synonymous with villas, affordable Grab rides, and perhaps most of all, endless stretches of beach clubs, with more than enough to spare for each day of our trips there. While Singapore may not be Bali, we do have Rumours Beach Club, hailing from Seminyak itself.

If you miss travelling, look no further than the beach club’s prime location on Sentosa for a quick pseudo-getaway. 

Also check out our guide to a 3D2N “Bali” experience in Singapore.

Infinity pool on Siloso Beach

credit: Rumours Beach Club

Thanks to the sweltering equatorial heat, most of us are suckers for a good pool for a refreshing dip. Out of all the beach clubs in Singapore, Rumours is the only one flexing three pools on its grounds.

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Their main infinity pool sits right on Siloso Beach, offering direct access to its powdery shoreline and soft crashing waves. Relax at the edge of the pool or sunbathe on one of the in-pool sofas as you soak in all that Vitamin D. It’s also easy to convince yourself you’re on a faraway island with a good lounge on the sofas, daybeds or beanbags that surround the pool.

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Not a paradise just for adults, kids can also have a splash safely at a separate shallow dipping pool, surrounded by large cabanas for parents to keep a keen eye out. For a more intimate experience, make a VIP booking to access their exclusive area with its own pool, away from everyone else.

Left to right: kids’ pool, infinity pool and VIP pool
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Catch the sunset with a Balinese grill

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There’s perhaps no better time of the day than the glimmering golden hour when the sky turns into a picturesque backdrop worthy of a billion IG snaps. Catch a scenic sunset with coconut tree silhouettes, soft evening rays and a cool beach breeze for holiday vibes all around.

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To go with the view, there’s freshly-grilled seafood cooked at their grill house on the beach. Dive into seafood galore with dishes from the Balinese town of Jimbaran like Cumi Bakar ($35.80), or grilled squid, and Udang Bakar ($42.80), a.k.a. river prawns, all cooked with Balinese spices for a tasty #throwback to your last visit to the paradise island.

Seaside Serenity ($19.80)
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No beach club experience is complete without some drinks. Find more than 16 types of alcoholic beverages here with the likes of signature tropical-themed cocktails such as the Stolichnaya-based Caribbean Breeze ($19.80) among the classic house pour wine, rum and whiskey.

Frolic under the sun at Rumours Beach Club

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Rumours Beach Club

Bring along your friends and recharge your batteries at Rumours Beach Club for your next free weekend together. If you’ve got an outdoor-loving pup, the establishment has a pet-friendly zone between Sun Lounger 10 to 22 as well, so your little furry one is more than welcomed to join in on the fun.

From Fridays to Sundays, the minimum spend required is as follows*: 

  • Bean bags: $50/person (max 4 pax)
  • Sun deck: $150 (max 2 pax)
  • Daybed: $300 (max 5 pax)
  • Cabana: $250 (max 5 pax)
  • Sofa: $300 (max 5 pax)
  • VIP area: $1,200 (max 8 pax, min spend also applies on weekdays

Pro-tip: If you’ve ALs to spare, visit anytime between Mondays to Thursdays to avoid the crowds and minimum spend.

Rumours Beach Club
Address: 40 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098996
Opening hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6970 0625
Rumours Beach Club website

Getting there: From HarbourFront MRT, take the Sentosa Express to the Beach Station and walk 6 minutes (500M) to get to Rumours Beach Club

*Prices sourced from Quandoo.

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Cover image adapted from: Rumours Beach Club, @rumoursbeachclub

Kezia Tan

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