You’ll never exhaust your options for activities in Sentosa, whether it’s exploring the immersive Harry Potter: The Forbidden Forest experience or enjoying the timeless favourite, Universal Studios Singapore. And just when you thought Sentosa couldn’t get any more exciting, a new attraction is set to open: Sentosa Sensoryscape, debuting on March 14th, 2024.

Sentosa’s Latest Attraction – Sensoryscape 

Photo credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

Spanning 350 meters, Sentosa Sensoryscape offers a unique garden walkway experience between Beach and Imbiah stations. Departing from conventional green paths, it incorporates interactive zones and augmented reality to present Sentosa in a fresh light.

Entry is FREE for Sentosa Sensoryscape

Before visiting Sentosa Sensoryscape, keep in mind that while admission to the attraction is free, there are fees to enter Sentosa Island, starting from $4 for standard entry via Sentosa Express or $2-$6 if arriving by car or taxi.

Given that Sentosa Sensoryscape is entirely outdoors, it’s advisable to dress comfortably for the weather and consider bringing an umbrella or raincoat in case of rain.

Inspired by the human senses, Sentosa Sensoryscape features six zones that seamlessly blend nature with architecture. There are six sensory gardens: Lookout Loop, Tactile Trellis, Scented Sphere, Symphony Streams, Palate Playground and Glow Garden. Each zone corresponds to one of the five senses – sight, touch, taste, smell, and sound – with an additional “sixth sense” catering to imagination through an AR-powered experience accessible via the ImagiNite app.

Unlike typical nature parks, Sentosa Sensoryscape encourages intimate interactions with plants in three of its zones, offering a more immersive experience. Highlights include Symphony Streams, where mesmerizing light installations and the sound of water create a captivating atmosphere, and Tactile Trellis, which invites visitors to feel the textures of various plants.

Symphony Streams

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Tactile Trellis

Photo credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

 Sentosa Development Corporation

Photo credit: Sentosa Development Corporation

Let your nose lead the way in Scented Sphere, a sensory garden ensconced by a majestic steel sculpture containing aromatic plants. 

As dusk falls, Sentosa Sensoryscape transforms into a visually stunning environment illuminated by glowing pathways and mystical archways. Visitors can also enjoy augmented reality projections of butterflies and marine animals via the ImagiNite app from 7:40pm to 9:50pm daily.

How to get to Sentosa Sensoryscape?

To access Sentosa Sensoryscape, there are multiple entry points along the pathway. You can reach the Lookout Loop by taking the Sentosa Express from VivoCity to Imbiah Station or by using the Singapore Cable Car to Merlion Station. Alternatively, you can enter from the Beach Transfer Hub stop to access the Glow Gardens near Beach Station.

The light shows at Sentosa Sensoryscape is definitely a photographer’s heaven and a fantastic date spot in Singapore to impress your date.

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