If you are arriving at Sentosa cable car station at Imbiah Lookout, you can take either the Blue Line or Green Line buses. From Visitor Arrival Centre, you may take either the Blue Line or Siloso Beach Line buses. For arrival from Sentosa's Ferry Terminal, take the Green Line buses.
Sentosa's biggest and most fashionable precinct, Siloso Beach is actually man-made and most people will not deny such fact. It also owns the reputation of hosting a hive of beach activities and thriving night life.
I was wondering if they have just planted the coconut trees because most of them required supporting beams. Across the water lie 4 man-made "fantasy" islands which has nothing but rocks, small shrubs and towering coconut trees. The beach is also pet-friendly because I saw a dog was allowed to swim in the water (but nobody else did).
On the right side lies the 5-star resort of Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa. Beach huts are provided around the area. There are plenty of eateries along Siloso Beach, namely The Cool Deck, Delifrance Beachfront Cafe, Trapizza, Sunset Bay. COASTES, New Zealand Natural Ice-Cream and Sakae Sushi.
Not too interesting. Palawan Beach seems more like a better option for sun-worshippers. Or how about the real thing that I would call a beach?