Hotel conglomerate Shangri-La Group has added a new entertainment complex, as well as three new beach clubs, to its list of attractions in Singapore’s Sentosa island.
According to the Straits Times, the new 183,000 square foot leisure precinct – named the Palawan @ Sentosa – comprises eight leisure experiences, including a three-level electric go-kart circuit named HyperDrive and an 18-hole mini golf course.
The attraction is Shangri-La Group’s first standalone lifestyle and entertainment precinct in the world.
The Palawan will also have two new beach clubs, the family-oriented Splash Tribe – which comes with a sandcastle-themed wet play zone and an infinity pool; and +Twelve, which offers 12 cabanas with private plunge pools and a main pool with a swim-up bar.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, Sentosa has been adding new leisure experiences for visitors of all ages. Last September it launched the Central Beach Bazaar complex, a street food option; Sentosa SkyJet, the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia; and the daytime Sentosa Musical Fountain, which transforms into outdoor show Wings of Time after sundown.