Sentosa Island, Singapore

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Sentosa Island, Singapore is a 'beach resort' area in Singapore.

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Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Relaxing in the beach at Sentosa Island

Beach in Singapore - Sentosa Island - Nick's Wanderings

Sentosa Island, Singapore has a beach. Yes, there is a manmade beach on Sentosa Island, Singapore for swimming, volleyball, or just relaxing on the sand.

Entrance to Imbiah Gun Emplacement

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore is located towards the west end of the island on the top of Mount Imbiah.

Imbiah Falls - Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Bridge over to Southern Most Point Of Continental Asia, Singapore...

Southern Most Point Of Continental Asia, Singapore

Singapore claims that the most Southern Most Point Of Continental Asia is on Palawan Island, Sentosa, Singapore, well it isn't, it is in Malaysia.

Beach Volleyball, Sentosa Island, Singapore

Beach in Singapore - Sentosa Island - Nick's Wanderings

Sentosa Island, Singapore has a beach. Yes, there is a manmade beach on Sentosa Island, Singapore for swimming, volleyball, or just relaxing on the sand.

Tempinis Cascade - Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Fort Siloso, Singapore

Fort Siloso, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

Fort Siloso, Singapore was built in the 1880s by the British, captured by the Japanese in 1942, returned to the British in 1945, and decommissioned 1965.

Imbiah Gun Emplacement - Gun Mount

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore is located towards the west end of the island on the top of Mount Imbiah.

Parbuckling the guns up the slope - Fort Siloso, Singapore

Fort Siloso, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

Fort Siloso, Singapore was built in the 1880s by the British, captured by the Japanese in 1942, returned to the British in 1945, and decommissioned 1965.

Entrance to Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Gun Emplacement and Lookout, Sentosa, Singapore is located towards the west end of the island on the top of Mount Imbiah.

Carting on Sentosa Island

Beach in Singapore - Sentosa Island - Nick's Wanderings

Sentosa Island, Singapore has a beach. Yes, there is a manmade beach on Sentosa Island, Singapore for swimming, volleyball, or just relaxing on the sand.

Start of the Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore

Imbiah Trail, Sentosa, Singapore - Nick's Wanderings

The Imbiah Trail on Sentosa Island, Singapore runs up the hill just behind the Siloso Beach Resort and is an interesting little walk through the forest.