Get your daily dose of vitamin sea

What’s a tropical island experience without a beach bar? Singapore may more often be associated with fancy cocktail joints, but across the boardwalk in Sentosa, you’ll find some of the best spots to lay on a sunbed, a well-crafted drink in hand.

Bikini Bar

Whether you’re dressed in a bikini or not, things often end up wet and wild at Bikini Bar. Eat, drink and make merry as you watch the sun set across the horizon. Life’s a beach and there’s no better place to spend your time at.


A rustic getaway ideal for both family outings and date nights is Coastes on Siloso Beach. Enjoy both classic and frozen cocktails, hearty breakfasts and all-day comfort food, all while lying on a sunbed. Weekend brunches with free-flowing bubbly are always a good idea too.

FOC Sentosa

Combining the cuisine, culture and atmosphere of Barcelona’s beaches with top-notch culinary chops is FOC Sentosa. At this vibin’ beach club, tuck into a meal of tapas, paella and sustainable seafood before treating yourself to a Spanish-style G&T or a cocktail (available in glass or jugs) by the pool.

Ola Beach Club

A slice of Hawaii right on Siloso Beach, Ola is a place to party, dine on authentic Hawaiian nosh and get your watersports fix—we’re talking kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, or getting a water-propelled jetpack strapped to your back— all on the same day.

Rumours Beach Club

At Singapore’s first and only beach bar and club that boasts three swimming pools, Rumours Beach Club offers various designated zones to lounge around, such as the Cabana Area, Beachfront Area and Alfresco Area. Go for a dip in the infinity pool, the largest one right smack in the centre of the coastal hangout, then enjoy Jimbaran-style seafood before washing those down with the bar’s signature cocktail, Rumours on the Beach.

Sand Bar (Temporarily closed)

Down by Siloso Beach lies Sand Bar, a charming spot that serves hearty Western mains as well as sick views. There's always a relaxed, cool vibe here, perfect for when you need to chase away the blues.

Tanjong Beach Club

This long-timer is still one of the best joints in Singapore to spend a lazy weekend afternoon under the sun. Whether you’re kicking back with a Malayan Mai Tai or getting in on the action in the pool, this is the place to see and be seen.