We've missed you, beaches- and let's not forget about the bars too.
The beaches in Sentosa aren’t just for hitting in the day, but also make atmospheric, isolated spots for romantic occasions or catch-up with your squad. And what better way to enjoy the sea breeze than with a tipple or two? Cap off your adventurous day on the island with a nightcap at these beach bars in Sentosa.
Whether you’re craving some cocktails with delicious nosh, or wish to pair your bevvie with some night-time boogies once the kids are tucked in, here’s a handful of recommended beach bars that suit your fancy.
A favourite haunt for both partygoers and daybed-recliners who adore their disco and house tunes, Tanjong Beach Club is a household name for anyone yearning for a smooth, chill-out sesh.
Home to weekly shindigs like their infamous Smack My Beach Up series featuring lively DJs, this sea-facing destination will keep you up all night with beats and booze.
Speaking of booze, Tanjong Beach Club – one of the World’s Best Beach Clubs as voted by Condé Nast Traveller – flaunts a vast beverage menu that satisfies all discerning palates. Perfect for sharing with your riotous clique are drinks like the Tanjong Spritz and Pimm’s My Ride, available in pitcher portions to fuel all of you up.
Peckish? Tuck into the beach club’s nibbles like their Truffle Fries and Charcuterie platter. After all, you’re going to need some energy for all that shimmying through the night!
For a slice of Hawaiian life, head to this vivacious hangout on Siloso Beach. “Ola” means “life, health and well-being” in the native tongue of this cherished culture, and fittingly, you’ll feel jolts of exhilaration when you swing by this watersport haven. From banana boating to paddle-boarding, and even jet-blading (the first of its kind in Singapore; until 6pm), there’s plenty here to perk up the sporty warrior in you.
But the Aloha lifestyle isn’t just revered for its watersport culture; here at Ola Beach Club, you’ll also find Hawaiian-inspired cuisine and lots of cocktails to satisfy those bellies. Dig into delicacies like Ahi Poke and the Kua’Aina Burger, or order up the Honolulu Platter for a seafood bonanza.
Wash it all down with a couple of rejuvenating Tiki cocktails – served in Tiki cups, but of course – like the rum-filled Ke’O Ke’O Tiki or gin-infused Hala Lei. Rest assured, you’ll be doing Hula dances of joy here.
If you're looking to cool after a day on the sand with an ice cold one. Then make your way to Bikini Bar.
Bringing the likes of Bali beach bars to our shores, this upbeat and vibrant beach bar boasts a wide range of ice-cold beer. It's enticing list of thirst-quenching promos also make it abundantly clear that the folks behind Bikini Bar love their beer, and they’re sharing the love with you.
Mediterranean romantics, this one’s up your alley. A top contender to check out on the cusp of Palawan Beach is FOC Sentosa, which boasts a reputation that precedes itself.
Before setting up its second outpost in its current beachy habitat, FOC took the culinary scene by storm in 2014 with its Barcelona-inspired restaurant on Hong Kong Street. Now, from the streets to the seaside, FOC comes to Sentosa.
With a menu curated by the Michelin-starred Chef Nandu Jubany, guests can relish Mediterranean cuisine with Spanish flair such as tapas, paella and fresh seafood.
In the same vein, FOC Sentosa also pays homage to Spanish Gin & Tonic culture, with a gamut of refreshing G&T variations to tease your taste buds. And naturally, you’ll find yourself some zesty Sangrias here too. Salud!
Coastes is the go-to spot if you are looking for a relaxed meal with the family. Kids will be busy playing in the safe and clean sand and shallow waters. The menu features kiddie favourites like pasta, burgers and sandwiches, plus, they even serve a Curry Laksa for those who prefer their local flavours. Open for all day meals, or even a beer by the beach, Coastes is always a good idea.
There’s a new kid on the block on Siloso Beach, and it’s no rumour. With an outpost in Seminyak, Bali, and another one in Holland Village (yes, that Holland V), Rumours Beach Club, recently opened its doors; providing beachgoers another sandy retreat.
Chill out by the pool with Caribbean Breeze (Stolichnaya Chocolat Kokonut, Pineapple Juice, Popcorn Syrup, Redbull Coconut; S$28) or its signature Rumours on the Beach (Stolichnaya Premium, Midori, Melon, Fresh Watermelon, Juice, Citrus; S$19.80).
Don’t forget to tuck into beachside favourites such as Quattro Formaggi pizza (S$23.80), Seafood Pizza (S$27.80), Rumours Classic Hamburger (S$18.80), and if you're feeling peckish - the Mixed Grill Platter (S$58.80) which comes with grain fed striploin, Kurobuta pork chop and baby lamb chop served with fat chips and roasted vegetable sides
But what sets Rumours apart is its repertoire of Indonesian staples such as Soto Ayam (S$18.80), and the Seafood Platter (S$159.80) which consists of Grilled jumbo prawns, bamboo lobster, red snapper, squid, and served with cucumbers, tomatoes, basil, long beans, and sambal.
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