Celebrating its 40th anniversary, Sentosa has added a new attraction for children, called the Port of Lost Wonder (pictured).
Speaking at its launch, S Iswaran, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs, and Trade and Industry, said that the Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) will continuously develop Sentosa by providing various modes of transportation.
Around 150 million visitors would have visited the resort island in a few months.
To provide better connectivity to the island, the SDC will develop an intra-island cableway and enhance pedestrian linkages, said the minister.
Moreover, the launch also marked the start of Sentosa's 40th anniversary celebrations, which will kick off with exhibitions commemorating Sentosa's development. Sentosa will turn 40 on 1 September.
The Port of Lost Wonder, which caters to children from ages three to 10, is located at Palawan Beach and is recognised as the first kids' club by the beach in Singapore. The new attraction has spots for picnics and leisure activities, as well as a water play area.
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