Sentosa Island is a sunny island off Singapore’s main island’s southern shore. The Keppel Harbour separates the island from the main island of Singapore, and is next to Pulau Brani, a smaller island wedged between Sentosa and the main island. The island was renamed Sentosa from its original name, Pulau Belakang Mati, in 1972 as it was to be developed into a tourist attraction. It was previously used as a British military installation and then as a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. It now has 14 well-known hotels and resorts. Beaches, Madame Tussauds Singapore, a large Cable Car network, Fort Siloso, golf courses, and the Universal Studios Singapore amusement park are just a few of the attractions. For further information, visits the links.