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The Palawan @ Sentosa Has Indoor Go Karts, Beach Clubs & Food Trucks For The Whole Fam

The Palawan @ Sentosa


Anyone who has been to Sentosa over the last few months would have noticed some serious construction works going on. Yeah, loud drilling and clunky machinery on the beach ain’t fun. But beach bums, you’ll be happy to know that something cool has been brewing. Enter: The Palawan @ Sentosa.

We’re talking beach clubs, an indoor go-karting circuit, mini-golf experiences, and a dog run – just to name a few. Here’s the lowdown:


Is it worth visiting The Palawan @ Sentosa?


The Palawan @ Sentosa is worth the trip down for families, groups of friends, and couples. Even furkids are welcome to join in the fun. There’s a dog run for pups to run about. They’re also allowed in selected areas at +Twelve beach club and at The Palawan Food Trucks.

If you’re in need of a chill afternoon with food and drinks, head up the 3 new beach clubs. There’s more dining options at The Palawan Food Trucks too. Otherwise, thrillseekers can race go-karts at HyperDrive or climb obstacles in the sea at HydroDash.


What you should know before visiting The Palawan @ Sentosa


There’s no separate entry fee to visit The Palawan @ Sentosa, however, you do have to pay to enter Sentosa. Admission costs between $0-$6, depending on what mode of transport you take. The Sentosa Shuttle Bus Service is free to board, while cars coming in – including taxis and private hire vehicles – will need to pay $2 or $6 per vehicle that enters the island.

Once you’re in Sentosa, you’ll just need to make your way to Palawan Beach. If you’re taking the Sentosa Express or driving in, look out for Beach Station. It’s the nearest stop and car park to The Palawan @ Sentosa. Car park rates are $1.20/hour from 7am-5pm, and $2.40/entry from 5.01pm-6.59am.

If you’re riding the free shuttle, look out for Palawan West, Opp Palawan Kidz City, or Palawan Kidz City bus stops to reach The Palawan @ Sentosa easily.


1. +Twelve


12 cabanas with private plunge pool



Swim-up pool bar.

We have Ola Beach Club, Tanjong Beach Club, and Rumours Beach Club to help satiate that Bali wanderlust. Now, there’s a new kid on the block for those of us who simply can’t get enough.


Poolside Daybed.

+Twelve has everything you’d expect including an infinity edge pool and swim-up bar. It’s got beach daybeds and poolside lounges, but if you’re looking for drippin’ luxury, they also have 12 cabanas, each with a private pool. Talk about shiok.


Private cabana.

Enjoy live DJ music, and seafood like Dynamite Shrimp ($27) and Spicy Ahi Tuna Roll ($30). Of course, there are beverages as well with beer from $14, and cocktails from $21. This hang is recommended for adults above 18, but if you’ve got kids, there’s the family-friendly Splash Tribel.


Dine in your private pool.

+Twelve
Google Reviews
4.2
(192)
Address
54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening Hours:
Thursday 10:00 AM - 09:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

2. Splash Tribe


Family beach club with water slides


If you’ve got little ones in tow, Splash Tribe beach club might be more up your alley than the other adults-only beach clubs here. Splash buckets, water spray jets, and tube slides – they’ve got them all. The sandcastle-themed water playground will keep them occupied while the adults catch a break in the infinity-edge pool facing Palawan Beach.


Gazebo.

You’ve got plenty of seats to choose from here including dining tables, and in-water sun loungers. But the gazebo’s probably your coolest bet, featuring a private 2-storey space you can call your own. Come with up to 7 people for birthday celebrations, get-togethers, or even family reunions. Each has a hammock, couch, baby chair, and even sofa bed on the top floor for sunbathing.

Don’t worry about your phone running out of battery or data either since they have power sockets and free WiFi.

Refuel with everything from cocktails and mocktails to sliders and seafood.  The menu’s extensive and you’ll probably find something to satisfy the growling tummy – salads are also available if you don’t want a food baby! Just be sure to make an online booking in advance to secure a slot, especially if you’re visiting on the weekends.

Splash Tribe
Google Reviews
3.9
(231)
Address
54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening Hours:
Thursday 10:00 AM - 07:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

3. UltraGolf


Seaside mini-golf from $15


If you are still mourning over the closure of Holey Moley, head to UltraGolf, where you can flex your sick swings to your friends, or your cute date.

Put – or, should we say, putt – your skills to the test at this 1,900sqm, 18-hole outdoor course by the sea. They’ve got 2 tee positions catered to both beginners and advanced players, with tickets priced from just $15/pax if you come at the right time.

UltraGolf
Admission Fee
From $15/pax (off-peak) | From $22/pax (peak)
Google Reviews
4.7
(72)
Address
Opening Hours:
Thursday 10:00 AM - 09:00 PM Show More Timings

4. HyperDrive


3-storey gamified go-karting


HyperDrive is an indoor electric go-kart circuit that’s gamified so you’ll feel like you’re in an Super Mario video game. Not to mention, it’s the first of its kind in Asia. Much like Mario and Luigi, you’ll be able to collect digital weapons or boosts to rush headfirst to the finishing line.

Race your friends to complete the 3-level neon-lit racetrack with 14 twists and turns. For the little ones, there are also junior go-karts available. Have we mentioned there’s a cafe you can refuel at after as well?

HyperDrive
Google Reviews
3.7
(307)
Address
54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening Hours:
Thursday 12:30 PM - 09:00 PM Show More Timings
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5. HydroDash


Inflatable floats obstacle course


 

HydroDash has been around for a while but it’s now part of The Palawan @ Sentosa family. If it doesn’t ring a bell, here’s the deal: it’s an obstacle course made up of inflatable floats. It’s almost like the TV game show WipeOut, but this one has a zone just for kids, so they don’t have to miss out on all the fun.

HydroDash
Admission Fee
1-hour admission: $22/pax
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Google Reviews
4.2
(443)
Address
54 Palawan Beach Walk, Singapore 098233
Opening Hours:
Thursday 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

6. The Palawan Food Trucks


10 vendors with burgers & tacos



Bao Jiak.

Image credit: The Palawan Sentosa

There’s perhaps no better way to a Singaporean’s heart than through food. The Palawan Food trucks serves everything from burgers to tacos. Vendors below:

  • Bao Jiak
  • Off The Hook
  • Tacos De Playa
  • Beach Brews
  • Super Chilled
  • Sweet Mother of Pearl
  • Yaki Hama
  • Seoul Food
  • Tropo Burgers

Enjoy your piping hot nosh at the sheltered seating area nearby. Pawrents can bring their dogs along too since it’s a pet-friendly space.

Location: Palawan Beach
Contact: The Palawan Food Trucks website


7. The Palawan Dog Run


Free-entry zone for dogs



Image credit: The Palawan Sentosa

The Palawan Dog Run is a gated field for all doggos – good bois, floofy bois and bombastic side eye bois – to run free. You can unleash your dogs here but just ensure that they’re supervised at all times. This area’s free to enter and water points will be available for the dogs as well.

Location: Palawan Beach
Contact: The Palawan Dog Run website


Spend the day outdoors at Sentosa


If you need me, you can find me at The Palawan @ Sentosa or Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club. Add these to your 2024 bucket list if you’re always looking out for a new and exciting hang as well.


What amenities are available at The Palawan @ Sentosa?


Stow away your belongings at lockers at HydroDash, HyperDrive, +Twelve, or Splash Tribe. Just note that use of these lockers are chargeable separately from admission tickets. There are more lockers available near Palawan Beach.

You’ll find toilets at HyperDrive, The Palawan Food Trucks, HydroDash ticketing office, and +Twelve. Moms who need to nurse or a place to change diapers can find nursing rooms at  HyperDrive, Splash Tribe, and +Twelve.

Address: 54 Palawan Beach Walk, 098233
Contact: The Palawan website

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Originally published on 27th July 2023. Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 17th March 2024.

 

Kezia Tan

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