Southernmost point of Asia, Sentosa Island

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Island · Hidden Gem · Beach
Southernmost point of Asia can be reached by land via a narrow suspension bridge. Once there, look for the sign reading "the southernmost point of Asia Continent," and be sure to climb one of the two watchtowers that offer panoramic views over the port of Singapore. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Sentosa Island holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Southernmost point of Asia and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • This was a delightful stop off of Palawan Beach. You can take a walk across a jiggly rope bridge across to the southern most point of Asia, an even smaller island with some lookout towers on it. I’m....  more »
  • The beaches on the island are all nice very clean no rubbish anywhere. the south china seas are warm and very inviting.  more »

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Stand at the edge of continental Asia right on Palawan Beach! Accessible via a suspension bridge, the Southernmost Point of Asia is a tiny islet that promises a unique setting for special occasions and unforgettable encounters. From hosting Amazing Race-style teambuilding activities to exclusive chill-out parties by the beach, the Southernmost Point of Asia's location makes it the ideal destination for the extraordinary. For a more casual experience, simply take a stroll down to the Southernmost Point of Asia and enjoy the refreshing sea breeze and gorgeous scenery. Flanked by two viewing towers, the timber viewing deck offers an endless view of the South China Sea.