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Skyhelix Sentosa Singapore

Take flight in the highest open-air panoramic ride in Singapore – SkyHelix Sentosa!
Sit in an open-air gondola that gently rotates as it ascends to a height of 79 metres above sea level.
Let your hair down, feel free, dangle your feet in the air and enjoy the uplifting experience with a cool drink in hand.

Be mesmerised by the breathtaking 360° views stretching from Sentosa to the Keppel Bay area and the Southern Islands.

Day or night, each “flight” is a ride to remember!

Opening on 15 December 2021

About SkyHelix Sentosa

• 35 metres above the ground
• One of the highest vantage points on Sentosa
• Open-air scenic ride that ascends in a gentle spiral motion
• Family-Friendly
• All tickets come with a choice of one standard non-alcoholic beverage or an exclusive SkyHelix Sentosa souvenir

Safety Guidelines & Measures

Safety Guidelines Safe Management Measures
Guests must be 1.05 metres and above in height to experience
the ride.
SkyHelix Sentosa will only accept fully vaccinated guests.
Guests between 1.05 metres to 1.2 metres in height or 12 years old and below may take the ride only if accompanied by a supervising adult. Unvaccinated children aged 12 years and below may take the ride only if accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult.
The ride is NOT suitable for:
1) Expectant mothers
2) Guests who have fear of heights
3) Guests with limited mobility
safety check-in is mandatory upon entering the attraction.
Animals and pets are NOT allowed on the ride. Maximum group size capped at 5 pax.
The ride is NOT recommended for guests who are unwell or have existing conditions such as motion sickness or vertigo. At least a one-metre distance must be maintained between groups.
Loose clothing and handheld devices such as selfie sticks and mobile phones are to be properly secured at all times during the ride. Hand sanitisers are available at the attraction for guests to use.
The following items are NOT permitted on the ride:
1) Hats and bags
2) Sharp objects such as umbrellas
3) Items made of glass
4) Outside food & drinks
Guests are allowed to remove their masks in the gondola only when consuming drinks or snacks.
The gondola table is cleaned and disinfected after each ride.
Gondola seats are cleaned and disinfected twice daily.

Singapore’s Highest Open-air Panoramic Ride
Named after its distinct vertical helix-like structure, SkyHelix Sentosa is Singapore’s highest open-air panoramic ride elevated at 79 metres above sea level. Let your hair down, feel free and let your legs dangle in the wind as the ride rises above the entire island of Sentosa.

Sip on a cool drink and feel your spirits lift in anticipation as the ride gently rotates upwards in a spiral motion revealing breathtaking 360° scenic views of Sentosa and the Southern Islands.

One of the highest vantage points on the island, SkyHelix Sentosa promises to be an uplifting experience for everyone.

What is included?
– A ride on SkyHelix Sentosa, including choice of one (1) standard non-alcoholic beverage or a souvenir

Things to note:
– Please be reminded that all guests (except children 12 years old and below) are to be fully vaccinated (2 weeks after second vaccination) by the visit date.
– Maximum of 5 pax per group shall be allowed to board the attraction.
– Due to safety reasons, guests under 1.05m in height are not allowed on the ride. Guests between 1.05m to 1.2m in height or under 12 years old must be accompanied by a supervising adult.
– All confirmed sessions booked cannot be cancelled, refunded or amended under any circumstances.
– Children aged below 4 and who meet the height requirement of 1.05m may enjoy complimentary admission to SkyHelix Sentosa, subject to seat availability. Please proceed to the nearest ticketing counter to redeem the tickets and provide evidence of age for verification purpose

D'Resort @ Downtown East

Discover the

Integrated Water Park Resort Experience

Step into paradise at D’Resort, one of Singapore’s first nature-inspired resort, featuring an integrated water park experience. Our 387-room resort, nestled in the lush greenery of Pasir Ris Park, will provide you with an escape from the hectic city life. Right at your doorstep is one of the longest stretches of beach in Singapore – Pasir Ris Beach and also a mangrove swamp that is home to a myriad of unique wildlife.

Located just 10 minutes away from Changi International Airport, D’Resort is the perfect getaway for everybody. With free Wi-Fi, BBQ facilities, and direct access to a well-loved water park visited by both locals and tourists – Wild Wild Wet, D’Resort is the go-to destination for Vacations, Celebrations and Corporate Functions.

The vicinity of D’Resort boasts 3.2 hectares of endless entertainment, with a 6-hall cineplex, one of the largest indoor skating rinks, and more than 100 retail shops and F&B outlets. In addition to this, our resort has hassle-free experiential activities, such as Urban Farming, Cycling to the Gems In The East and Kayaking to Singapore’s First Floating Kelong, to make your stay memorable.

At D’Resort, the FUN never ends!


At D’Resort, escape the stress of the city and indulge yourself in a huge variety of dining, entertainment and accommodation options. Part of an integrated water park resort with Wild Wild Wet, it’s the perfect getaway for both business and pleasure.

With a total of 387 guest rooms and suites, D’Resort features a wide range of room types that will suit your every need. Ask us about our D’Resort + Wild Wild Wet bundle to get accommodation and water park admission at a special rate.









The following are not allowed within the Resort:

      • – Organised Gambling
      • – Cooking
      • – Karaoke
      • – Smoking
      • – Loud music
      • – Pets (except for guide dogs)
      • – Personal portable BBQ pits
      • – Catering of food (except by D’Resort’s approved caterers)
      • – Unauthorized fixtures and decorations in the chalet
      • – The charging of Portable Mobility Devices (PMDs)


Smoking is only permitted at designated areas in D’Resort. All D’Resort rooms have a non-smoking policy and $200 will be charged to your room for guest who violates this.  Should the fire alarm be activated, an additional $500 will be imposed.



Guests are advised to lock and latch all chalet doors and windows after midnight or each time they leave the chalet.


Damages to property

The Management reserves the right to charge guests for the cost of replacement/repair of any loss /damaged items or excessively dirty rooms within the resort.

The Management also reserves the right to disallow any person whom it deems undesirable into the resort ground and shall not be liable for any damages arising therefrom.

Room Occupancy
Maximum occupancy is based on room types.

To ensure a pleasurable experience for all resort guests and to manage the noise level, we request visitors to leave the resort’s premises by 11 pm. Each room’s maximum occupancy should be strictly adhered to. D’Resort reserves the right to escort any additional persons out.

Room type Maximum occupancy
Park View, Mangrove Walk, and Beach Cove rooms 4 Adults OR 2 Adults + 2 Children
Rainforest 2 Adults
Rainforest Family 2 Adults + 2 Children
Beach Cove Duplex 3 Adults OR 2 Adults + 2 Children
Rainforest Suite and Rainforest Premier Suite 2 Adults


Housekeeping Services

Daily service will be provided. A fee of $15 is applicable for every additional housekeeping service request.


Activities in the Resort

For the consideration of all guests, no unauthorised fixtures, decoration or alteration is allowed to the resort property in or outside the room. Management reserves the right to charge the guests for repairs required from the damages.

Excessive noise is prohibited after 11 pm. BBQ timing is from 3 pm till 11 pm. The management reserves the right to evict rowdy and misbehaving guests with no refund.

3 Fantastic museums in Pioneer, Singapore

3 Fantastic museums in Pioneer, Singapore

Cruises, romantic dinners and amazing skyscrapers, Singapore has more in store than you can imagine. A beautiful sunset from the stunning Tiger Sky Tower in Sentosa is sufficient to impress you yet what’s more is that you can likewise appreciate the many exciting water sports that this land brings to the table. On the other hand, museums in Pioneer area of Singapore are must visit. The idea of museums in the Lion City incorporates a fun learning experience as the figures and things have been kept in a unique display.

3 Fantastic Museums in Pioneer

With some of the handpicked museums in the following list, we bet you wouldn’t want to go anywhere else in this land. Scroll down to find out what all you can explore on your next holiday here!


1. The Intan

The Intan

The Intan


It is famous for its Intan Signature Tea Experience. It won the Singapore Tourism Award in 2016 for best tour experience. The Intan (signifying ‘rose-cut precious stone’) is Singapore’s smallest museum and offers a look into the nearby Peranakan culture, and is a consequence of Chinese migrants marrying local people from Malayan straits.

Mr. Alvin Yapp owned this place, it is not like your typical museum, as it was exclusive and used to be his home. It is set up for showcase a wide exhibit of collectibles that offers a unique glimpse into Peranakan culture.

Location: 69 Joo Chiat Terrace, Singapore 427231


2. Art Space Museum

Art Space Museum

Art Space Museum


Arts Space museum, which is situated at the Prestige Istana Park, redefines art and life. Being a main art club for all, anybody from anyplace can learn, appreciate and acknowledge craftsmanship here. It is only a 5-minutes walk from the Dhoby Ghaut MRT. It offers flexible timing and customized painting and drawing workshops for the crafts lover to explore, learning and enjoyment.

Location: 31 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238888


3. Peranakan Museum

Peranakan Museum

Peranakan Museum


Culture of Peranakan is really one of the biggest South Asian networks. It comprises of three societies; specifically Malay, Chinese and Indian. This museum houses few of the largest collection of this bygone hybrid of legacy and culture. Worked in the year 1913 by some Chinese brokers, this setting contains three stories which each houses particular antiquities which are related with Peranakans. Here you will get the chance to encounter museum tour which will take through the conventional Peranakan’s 12-day wedding with furniture, textiles and old ancient ornaments. The visit is accessible in Japanese, Mandarin, English, and French dialects. You can likewise book a private visit for your group if it contains 20 individuals or more.


Location: Armenian street.


For more information visit Singapore DMC.


4 Things to do in Chinatown on your Singapore tour

4 Things to do in Chinatown on your Singapore tour

Singapore has developed itself a considerable amount and changed its state from an underdeveloped nation to a developed nation. This nation is at the top when one discusses about the travel and tourism. This is because of the experiences it offers to its guests. The different neighborhoods of Singapore have astonishing inns, cafés, and bistros, all of which is cater to the visitors’ needs. Here we make a list of activities to do in Chinatown Singapore.


It is a well known neighborhood in Singapore and is for the mostly visited by the individuals as well as groups. It has incredible food outlets, attractive spots, and places to shop. Visit here on your Singapore tour and experience one of the most enthusiastic places in the nation.


4 Best Things To Do In Chinatown Singapore

When one says that a trip to Singapore isn’t complete without visiting Chinatown, they are absolutely correct. Know what this place offers to one in terms of things to do here.


1. Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Centre – Eat Here

Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Centre

Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Centre

On the off chance that you are a food lover and like to try different things with the local dishes then Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Center is the spot to be. Hawkers are the best places to appreciate neighborhood dishes and in the event that you need to taste the best of Singapore, then this spot in Chinatown is the place you should head. It is as much visited by local people as tourists and is an incredible spot to pig out on Singaporean luxuries.


2. Thian Hock Keng Temple – Pay A Visit

Thian Hock Keng Temple

Thian Hock Keng Temple

One thing you can do in Chinatown is to explore the place by walking and visit the different temples it has. It is a dynamic neighborhood in Singapore and has a considerable amount of spots for travelers to visit. One of the spots to visit in Chinatown is Thian Hock Keng Temple. It is one of the oldest sanctuaries of the Chinese in Singapore. The temple is constructed without the utilization of nails and is a structure to wonder about. Head here and spend an hour admiring the engineering, and the carvings on the walls and tops of this temple.

Also read :- Singapore Tour Packages


3. Enjoy Theatre Show At Drama Box

Theatre Show At Drama Box

Theatre Show At Drama Box

If you love theater and drama, then you are in for a showy treat at Drama Box in Chinatown Singapore. The good theatre organization shows works which raise social awareness and a feeling of civic responsibility among local people. Chinatowns Crossings is one of their popular running plays which give you a glimpse of the streets of Chinatown. On the off chance that you have time on your hand, you should come here to watch plays and dramas.

For Best Singapore Tour Package visit Shyamji Tours.


4. Learn History At Chinatown Heritage Centre

Chinatown Heritage Centre

Chinatown Heritage Centre

Singapore history goes way back to 1819 preceding independence when the Chinese migrants settled in this area of Singapore. This heritage Center is the place you find out about their battles and journey. The articles inside the street house historical center (museum) give you a chance to look at their lifestyle and nightlife of the early migrants. You can likewise purchase mementos from the nearby shops at the museum.

For more information visit Singapore DMC.

Also read :- Singapore Tour Packages

Traveling to Singapore for the first time

Singapore is South East Asia’s most prosperous city and smallest nation by land area. In recent years, newly developed mega-attractions and casino driven integrated resorts had transformed this “all work” economic powerhouse into one of the region’s most popular destinations for leisure travel.

Singapore is South East Asia’s most prosperous city and smallest nation by land area. In recent years, newly developed mega-attractions and casino driven integrated resorts had transformed this “all work” economic powerhouse into one of the region’s most popular destinations for leisure travel.

Because of its compact size, Singapore is very easy to travel and generally safe. It is a top choice for first-time international travel, family trips, and those seeking to indulge in metropolitan luxuries. While costs are significantly higher than the rest of Southeast Asia, a lot of people continue to visit Singapore because of its unique and top-notch attractions that cater to almost every type of traveler.

I honestly didn’t expect to travel to Singapore as often as I have, considering the high number of seemingly more “exotic” and adventurous destinations elsewhere in the region. Singapore was just too irresistibly accessible with so many direct flights to other cities all over the region as well as convenient border crossings to Malaysia Indonesia.

Singapore continues to be a worthwhile jump-off point to Southeast Asia and a fitting “last stop” for indulging in urban comforts before the journey home.

Traveling to Singapore for the first time? This detailed travel guide will make it easy for you to plan a trip, save money, and maximize your time.

Scroll down to read must-know travel tips before you go, followed by a sample itinerary + budget breakdown, recommended hotels/places to stay, things to do/places to visit and lots of extra travel tips.