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7 ways to spend your nights at Sentosa

Sentosa’s night life is set to get even more exciting as 2017 draws to a close.

1. Pop Up Night

Sentosa is ready to make your evenings even more memorable with its Pop Up Night series of programmes. Kick off with the State of Fun’s Pop Up Night at Siloso Beach (until November 12, 2017) where you can catch Instagram-worthy UV neon art installations by local artists the likes of Samantha Lo, SophO, the Super System and Adeline Loo. End 2018 with a bang at Pop Up Night at Imbiah Lookout (November 24, 2017-January 1, 2018) where visitors can enjoy live performances to celebrate the year-end festivities. Sentosa also has a slew of delectable dining destinations, relaxing chill-out spots and exciting parties according to your desires. Special deals and promotions are available at dining outlets and attractions after 6pm.

2. ONE˚15 Luxury Yachting Weekday Sunset Cruise

Bask in the beauty of the setting sun, as its breathtaking hues colour the horizon while lounging on board a private yacht. Available on weekday evenings from Mondays to Thursdays, the Weekday Sunset Cruise will whisk you and your guests away from the hustle and bustle of city life on an exploration of the Southern Islands — in style. A myriad of vessels, including motor yacht Le Tara, sailing catamaran Ximula and open-top cabin cruiser Esprit de Paris, is yours for the picking. Be sure to pack your picnic baskets and bubbly, as there is no better way to experience sunset than with the wind in your hair and a glass in hand.

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3. W Singapore — Sentosa Cove

End the week on a high note at the decidedly hip W Singapore. Loved for its coastal setting (and not to mention, large outdoor pool and WET Bar), unique programming and 240 fashionably furnished guest rooms, a night or two here will help to recharge your spirits. In case you require extra persuasion, know that the hotel has a wide range of promotions that is sure to appeal: A Night on the House offers an additional night for free when you stay a minimum of two nights at any room; Early Birdy entices guests to book a room at least 10 days in advance at a reduced rate. And since you are already there, ask for a table at SKIRT, which is known for mouth-watering prime cuts of meat and sustainably sourced seafood.

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4. Museo

Let’s put it out there: You’ll be intrigued by the novelty of this dining concept along the boardwalk of Quayside Isle. Not only does it encompass a painting studio with a magnificent sea view to tease out your inner Monet, its Dine-in-a-Cup gastronomic approach also means that dishes come in cup-size portions so there’s no need to feel guilty for indulging your inner foodie. Crafted by Chef Yip, the elaborate menu fuses Eastern and Western cuisines that are plated to artistic perfection. Newly revamped in May, Museo amps up the ambience with beckoning interior decor, wall displays and lighting.

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5. Boaters’ Bar

If you’re looking to kick back after a long day at work, or simply to get behind the wheel of your pleasure craft, head over to the Boaters’ Bar at ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove. Set dockside among the bobbing yachts, this floating bar is ideal for al fresco parties or just chilling with your squad. The bar opens 6:30-11pm, Wednesday to Sunday, but pop in during Happy Hour (before 9pm) for drink specials to make your after-dusk soiree extra indulgent.

Level 1 (Marina), ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove; Tel: 6305 6982

6. Sabio by the Sea

Here’s a dining experience that comes closest to a vacation in the Spanish Mediterranean. Located at Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove, Sabio by the Sea is known as much for its laid-back atmosphere and unobstructed view of the marina, as for its tantalising grilled meats and seafood tapas. Open every day (except Tuesdays) till 10:30pm, and 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays, the eatery will draw you in with its freshly made sangria and array of traditional favourites such as jamón, paella, churros and chorizo. This child-friendly joint also has something for the little ones, with its delectable kid’s menu and entertainment including a bouncy castle and colouring activities.

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7. ONE15 Christmas Boat Light Parade

There’s no need to jet off to Europe for the Christmas markets this season — Sentosa promises plenty of fun for everyone in the family at its own rendition. Held from November 18-19, the Sentosa Cove Holiday Market 2017 encompasses more than 20 stalls stocked with holiday treats and gifts, as well as other stalls filled with food and games galore. Also happening on the same weekend, the ONE15 Christmas Boat Light Parade will see vessels illuminate the environs with creative installations of festive lights and decorations. Keep your eyes peeled as those competing for “Best of Show” honours on the second night sail past iconic venues such as Siloso Beach and Resorts World Sentosa to reach the boardwalk beside VivoCity from 8pm to 9pm.

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