Palawan Beach in Singapore features the “Southernmost Point of Continental Asia”

Say “Palawan Beach” and the first thing that will immediately come to my mind is the so-called “Southernmost Point of Continental Asia.”

Palawan Beach in Singapore’s Sentosa Island is a fine beach, but when you’re there it’s hard to ignore the twin lookout towers in a much smaller island where the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia is situated.

In addition, the suspension bridge between the two islands seems to invite people to visit the smaller one.

You’d really like to know what it feels like to cross that bridge, climb a tower and enjoy the view from there.

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