FREE guided walks on Sentosa's natural shores in May

Embark on an adventure along Sentosa's coastline with tour guides! One of Singapore’s last remaining coastal cliff and rocky shores, the Siloso Headland (also known as Tanjung Rimau) is a natural treasure trove on Sentosa. Home to corals, seagrass, and a wide variety of marine wildlife, Siloso Headland also boasts beautiful landscape with the original and aged old rock outcrop.
Living shores of Sentosa Tanjung Rimau, Dec 2018
Embark on this intertidal adventure along Sentosa’s coastline with our guides, as they share fun facts of the marine life on our shores, and unravel the geological events that occurred since the Age of the Dinosaurs to form the Sentosa we know today.

Important note: Siloso Headland is only accessible at low tides and may be dangerous for those unfamiliar with the area. It is best to visit with an experienced guide on one of our guided tours.
Event Details

Dates and time:
9th May (Thurs): 7.00am – 9.30am
10th May (Fri): 7.30am – 10.00am
23rd May (Thurs): 7.00am – 9.30am
Venue Siloso Headland (meeting point at Siloso Cableway Station drop off point)
The walk is free but island admission and car park charges apply
To register please email for registration and enquiries.

For registration, please provide the following details:
Contact number
Number of pax
Age of participants (age limit is 13 years and above)

Limited places available, and registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

From the Sentosa website

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