Sentosa is the place to be if you’re looking for a day of thrills and excitement. From the iconic Universal Studios Theme Park for thrill seekers to scenic beaches for a more relaxing time, Sentosa has something for everyone. 

Good news for visitors looking for a boozy day on the island! Sentosa is home to a suite of bars and beach clubs which cater to different vibes you might be looking for. Whether you’re looking to sip on a martini while spending precious time with family members or want to spend time by the beach with friends, Sentosa’s bars have you covered. 

Well, we’ve rounded up a list of the best bars and beach clubs in Sentosa for your selection! Bottoms up! 

1. Tanjong Beach Club

Situated along Sentosa’s pristine Tanjong Beach is the very aptly named Tanjong Beach Club. Expect breathtaking panoramic views of the beach while lounging on cosy daybeds with friends and family.

If daybeds aren’t exactly your thing, you can take in Sentosa’s golden sun from its Al Fresco Dining area. With scenic views and an intimate ambience, Tanjong Beach Club is perfect for a day out for friends, couples, and families.

Tanjong Beach Club boasts a wide selection of alcohol from wines to beers and ciders. And if you’ve made the trip there, the visit would not be complete without a taste of its tropical summer cocktails.

For a boozy good time, opt for their namesake cocktail, the Tanjong Spritz (S$22 for a glass/S$72 for a pitcher). It’s a curiously concocted mixture of Aperol and vanilla, infused with orange and fresh lemon for a tangy zest.

Unwind with your drink of choice while munching on their golden brown Crispy Calamari & Prawns (S$27). 

If you’re looking for something to share with your friends, we recommend a pitcher of classic Summer Sangria (S$72). With tropical summer fruit soaked in red wine and delicious spices, you’re sure to have a yummy good time as you relax by Tanjong Beach. 

Did we mention that Tanjong Beach Club is pet-friendly? Pets are allowed at the beach’s sand area. You’ll get to spend a day out with your furkids and loved ones. 

Their luxurious poolside daybeds, which can accommodate up to 5 guests, have a S$100 minimum spend per daybed for both morning and afternoon sessions. Their beach daybeds are reserved quickly. So, make your reservations as early as possible here to avoid disappointment!


Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098942
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday—10:00am to 8:00pm, Saturday to Sunday—10:00am to 9:00pm

2. Ola Beach Club

Ola Beach Club is home to an exciting collection of watersports activities for thrill-seekers looking for a twist. And of course, there are drinks aplenty. 

The beach club is most well-known for its watersports. Gather your closest friends for a ride on their Banana Boat (from S$25). Or splurge on a once-in-a-lifetime experience on a Jetblade (from S$198) as you take to the skies on a water-powered jetpack for your feet.

When you’re tired from all the water activities, sit back and chill with drinks. You can also try their Hawaiian-inspired menu if you’re hankering for food.

Their Hawaiian-inspired menu is filled with mouthwatering bar bites and mains. Try their Loco Moco (S$20) with delicious wagyu beef perched ever so gently on a bed of kombu rice, topped with tempura egg and served with a side of fries. 

For those with a sweet tooth, get your hands on their acai sorbet (S$15), the famous powerberry packed with antioxidants. True to their Hawaiian theme, the sorbet comes with strawberry, apricot, and almond flakes for that extra crunch.

Alcoholics, do not fret! Ola Beach Club has a range of booze for a swanky Hawaiian day out. You must get your hands on the Hala Lei (S$20), Ola Beach Club’s signature cocktail. It’s a Hawaiian-inspired take on the classic Pina Colada.

The Hala Lei’s crisp concoction is packed with a robust flavour profile. Think warm gin mixed with tangy pineapple juice, calming chamomile tea, and Melemele Tiki—a blend of rum, cream and coconut juice.

Ola Beach Club offers something for all types of thrill-seekers—from those looking to get their hands on watersports activities to thrills of a boozy kind.


Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099005
Opening Hours:

Restaurant: Monday to Thursday—10:00am to 9:00pm, Friday—10:00am to 10:00pm, Saturday—9:00am to 10:00pm, Sunday—9:00am to 9:00pm 
Watersports Centre: Monday to Sunday—9:00am to 7:00pm

3. Rumours Beach Club

Of course, a list of Sentosa’s most enticing bars would not be complete without Rumours Beach Club. It boasts three different swimming pools, all nestled along Siloso Beach. The main pool is an infinity pool that sits in the middle of Siloso Beach, with unblocked views of the shoreline.

And it’s the only beach club in Singapore to have that many swimming pools! The facilities at Rumours Beach Club are aplenty, designed for adults, children, and even your pets! 

Your furkids can spend the day roaming the beach club’s Beach Lounger, Picnic Table, Beach Daybed, and Private Pool areas. 

Minimum spending applies and rates vary for the beach club’s different areas. As a rough estimate, the minimum spend ranges from S$100 for half-day sessions on weekdays to S$250 for half-day sessions on weekends.  

The club prides itself on bringing the Bali Beach experience right to Singapore’s sunny shores. Its bar is chock full of Bali-inspired bar bites and drinks that will transport you to Bali in a matter of seconds.

Cosy up on one of its daybeds and enjoy a tower of Rumours Beer from the bar. A tower of Lion Brewery Co Rumours Craft Pilsner—a collaboration between Rumours Beach Club and a homegrown brewery—goes for S$80.

As part of their sustainability initiative, every order of a Rumours Beer tower also contributes to tree planting. Do some good while having a boozy good time!

For the full Bali experience, we recommend Rumour’s Indonesian Chicken Satay (S$19.8), a bar bite twist on a local favourite. The chicken is marinated with a combination of spices to bring out an authentic Indonesian flavour and is served on a bed of rice cakes.

Rumours Beach Club’s bar is the perfect place for families, couples, and friends to spend their weekends!


Address: 40 Siloso Beach Walk Sentosa, Singapore 098996
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday—11:00am to 9:00pm, Friday/Saturday/Eve of Public Holiday—10:00am to 10:00pm, Sunday/Public Holiday/Alternative Public Holiday—10:00am to 9:00pm

4. Coastes

For a more family-friendly vibe, turn to Coastes—a seaside bar restaurant located along Siloso Beach.

Coastes is well-loved by families and couples for its rustic charm and casual laid-back vibes, away from the thrills of more party-centred beach bars along Sentosa.

Here, you can saunter right up to the edge of the waterfront as you take a seat along the rows of Coastes’ sunbeds. 

Early birds rejoice! Coastes opens bright and early for brunch on the weekends. The bar is perfect for families looking for a seaside brunch spot. Indulge in their Bacon & Arugula Frittata (S$16), a creamy Italian-style omelette chock full of bacon fried to perfection!

With a wide selection of classic cocktails at Coastes, you’re in for a real treat! Enjoy the famous Singapore Sling (S$17), the Lion City’s iconic cocktail. It’s an eclectic mix of gin, bittersweet cherry liquor, grenadine, and DOM benedictine. Topped with a generous serving of fresh pineapple and lime juice, fit for a tropical city like Singapore.

And, if you’re looking for a bite, grab an Ayam Panggang Burger (S$20). Doused in a tangy mix of sambal mayo, the sweet and spicy grilled chicken burger is guaranteed to tantalise your tastebuds.

Coastes is also the ideal spot to catch a glimpse of the fireworks along the Siloso shoreline every evening. It’s the perfect way to end the day with your loved ones!


Address: #01-06 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099000
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday—9:00am to 9:30pm, Friday and Saturday—9:00am to 10:30pm

5. LeBar

If you’re not feeling the beach, that’s perfectly fine. Sentosa has a range of inland bars for you to get your alcohol fix too. Located in Sentosa’s' Sofitel Hotel & Resort along Bukit Manis Road is LeBar.

LeBar, an outdoor pavilion lounge, is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway. Its airy and snug interior is perfect for an intimate meal and drinks. 

The lounge serves afternoon tea as well as cocktails, so be prepared to spend your lazy afternoon and evening away in idyllic Sentosa.  

Enjoy the sunset while sipping on one of its signature cocktails, the Moonlight Ambrosia (S$25), a creative combination of rum, ginger ale, and lemon bitters for an acidic punch. 

Of course, a romantic date would not be complete without delicious bites. LeBar prides itself on its wide offering of canapes and bar bites—a perfect treat for yourself and your partner. Share a charcuterie platter (S$35) which comes with satisfying beef salami and a fine selection of nuts and cheeses.

Away from the beaches of Sentosa, LeBar is the perfect dining and drinking experience for friends and couples looking for a more intimate setting.

The outdoor bar is surrounded by Sentosa’s scenic landscapes. When night falls, be prepared to be transported to an island paradise, swooned by enchanting ambience music as you spend your perfect day on the island!


Address: 2 Bukit Manis Road Sentosa, Singapore 099891

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday—12:00pm to 12:00am 

6. Bikini Bar

After a day at Universal Studios or a thrilling luge ride, stop by Bikini Bar to unwind and end off your day.

The Bikini Bar is modelled after Bali’s beach bars. The alfresco bar boasts an upbeat atmosphere for anyone looking for a casual drink.

It serves a wide selection of alcohol for a quick fix of booze—from draught beers to sparkling wine and champagne.

Feast on a mouthwatering selection of bar bites at the Bikini Bar. We suggest going for Chicken Tikka Skewers with Nam Jim Sauce (S$18).

Served on a skewer, the bite-sized, juicy boneless chicken pieces are marinated in a richly spiced yogurt and chargrilled to perfection. They’re also served with Nam Jim sauce, a spicy Thai dipping sauce for the perfect fusion food.

While you’re at it, linger over their wide selection of booze—from the delightful Long Island Iced Tea (S$16) to the delectable Lychee Martini (S$16).

The fun doesn’t stop there. Bikini Bar’s patrons can also relive their college days by drinking booze delivered straight to them from a funnel. It’s a challenge for the hardiest of alcoholics and thrill-seekers.


Address: #01-01 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099000

Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday—2:00pm to 9:30pm, Friday—2:00pm to 10:30pm, Saturday—12:00pm to 10:30pm, Sunday—12:00pm to 9:30pm


Between visits to Sentosa’s Universal Studios and trips to the Skyline and the Luge, complement your Sentosa visit with a stopover at one of the island’s swanky bars and pubs. After all, there’s no better way to unwind and relax after a day of thrills than with good food, good booze, scenic views, and a relaxing ambience!


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