7 new travel experiences in Singapore

By Linh Huong   July 4, 2024 | 02:00 am PT
The Singaporean Tourism Board has recently announced a series of new tourism products in the city state to enrich tourists' experience.
7 new travel experiences in Singapore

Sensoryscape walkway

Located in the center of Sentosa Island, Sensoryscape opened in March, with an area of ​​30,000 square meters. Replacing the previous walking path, Sensoryscape connects Resorts World Sentosa in the north with beaches in the south through a multi-sensory experience.

It is one of the biggest new attractions on the island since the launch of Resorts World Sentosa in 2010, according to The Straits Times.

Inspired by natural wonders, Sensoryscape attracts visitors through an Instagram-worthy experience that includes large-scale outdoor interactive light art, nature-inspired soundscape and augmented reality (AR).

Among the highlights of Sensoryscape are three vessels framing the sensory gardens in the middle of the walk, each measuring about 13m in height and 25m wide.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore

TRIFECTA Singapore

Known as Asia's first ski, snowboard, surf & skate lifestyle destination in Singapore's Orchard Road, Trifecta opened in the Somerset area at the end of 2023.

Covering an area of ​​approximately 4,600 square meters, the facility offers a wide range of fun activities including surfing, skateboarding, skiing and snowboarding.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore


Located at Palawan, the largest beach in Singapore located in the central part of the coaston Sentosa Island, HyperDrive delivers the ultimate racing experience by combining a realistic racing simulation with virtual reality gameplay.

Opening late last year, it became Asia's first indoor gamified electric go-kart circuit that allows visitors to gear up for an exhilarating experience in the world of real-life racing and gaming around a 3-level racetrack.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore

Mandai Wildlife West

This free public attraction serves as the gateway to Bird Paradise and the soon-to-open Rainforest Wild reserve.

Upon arrival, visitors encounter a 10-m-high waterfall before starting their wildlife discovery adventure.

Visitors can climb to the top of the waterfall by following a winding path behind. The upper level of the waterfall is a place to admire many outdoor works of art or enjoy bustling playgrounds.

In addition, there are culinary options such as Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique & Sandwich Bar, a restaurant famous for ice cream flavors only available at Mandai wildlife sanctuary.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore

Singapore Oceanarium

As part of Resorts World Sentosa's RWS 2.0 upgrade project, S.E.A. Aquarium will be expanded and become a larger aquarium called Singapore Oceanarium.

With an area three times larger than the current aquarium, Singapore Oceannarium is expected to open in early 2025, equipped with interactive technology, thereby bringing more in-depth and larger-scale entertainment and educational programs than before.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore

Minion Land theme park

Universal Studios Singapore will add new attractions, including the Minion Land theme park, in early 2025.

The park will offer an exclusive adventure ride at Universal Studios Singapore: Despicable Me Minion Mayhem.

Through this game, visitors will experience the feeling of immersive adventure with a modern projection system, simulating real-life experiences.

In addition, Minion Land will have many other attractions, along with a series of restaurants and shops with a unified theme of the entire area.

7 new travel experiences in Singapore

Harry Potter: Visions of Magic

The immersive indoor exhibition, Harry Potter: Visions of Magic, will be opened at Resorts World Sentosa in the fourth quarter of 2024.

Singapore will be the first Asian stop following its world premiere in Germany in December 2023, where it was launched by British actors James and Oliver Phelps, who played Weasley twins Fred and George in the Harry Potter films.

During the upcoming exhibition, visitors can take their time to discover various Harry Potter elements from the eight-film series, from Daily Prophet covers to the enigmatic Black family tapestry to the glowing purple brilliance of the Knight Bus.

Visitors will see installations that incorporate digital technology, including interactive projection content, architectural works, and original performance sound. Besides this, visitors can explore a series of art spaces inspired by the wizarding world.

Singapore is expected to attract 15 to 16.5 million international visitors, with revenue of about S$28 billion (US$20.7 billion) in 2024.

Photos courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board

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