Make time for more holidays: Enjoy the great outdoors or take on the Wild West in an old-school ‘shoot-out’

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With multiple scenic nature walks for you to explore, there’s no better way to truly discover Sentosa than on foot. These nature trails are suitable for trekkers of all ages, so round up the family or your best pals for a day of exploration together. 

Start your trek at Sentosa Nature Discovery, located at Imbiah Lookout, which brings you to Mount Imbiah, a forested hill that’s one of two protected nature areas on Sentosa. Navigate through 2.3km of lush vegetation, models of wildlife and man-made structures that serve as perfect spots for photo ops. The area is also home to 80 different species of resident and migratory birds, so keep your eyes peeled and your phone cameras ready.

Upon completing the Imbiah Trail, you will end up at Siloso Point, which marks the start of your exploration of Fort Siloso, just a short 5-minute walk away. The Fort Siloso Skywalk, which leads to the entry point of the fort, offers an unobstructed, panoramic view of Sentosa as well as neighbouring islands in the distance. 

Once you’ve reached the fort itself, choose between the Heritage Trail, which takes you on a journey back in time to the events leading up to the Japanese Occupation, or the Gun Trail, with awe-inspiring replicas of coastal guns that were in action during the Battle of Singapore.

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