After breakfast, leave the back door of the hotel and take the subway at Yum Sheng Metro Station near by foot, then transfer to Yifeng City opposite Sentosa Island. Traveling freely in Singapore these days, I fully felt the convenience of taking the subway and the convenience of taking the subway from Yum Metro Station in this hotel. Although today's travel time is the early peak, there are many people in the subway station, but we do not feel inconvenience because of the short distance. After arriving at Yifeng City, I strolled to Sentosa Island along the footpath leading to Sentosa Island in the beautiful city scenery. It's the most expensive way to get into the island by high-altitude cable car. You can take a rail train. The charge for entering the island is 4 NT per person, but not for leaving the island. It can also walk. It used to charge one new coin per person. At present, it is not charged for the time being. We decided to walk in and take the train out, which proved to be the most economical way of communication. The length of the pedestrian walk into Sentosa is less than 600 meters, but there are parallel elevators under the corridor bridge, so walking is actually quite labor-saving. At the same time, there are several viewing terraces on the way. Whether you look at the city, the island or the harbour, there is boundless scenery. White clouds are floating in the blue sky, boats are swimming in the blue sea, and between the sky and the earth is the beautiful city scenery of Singapore. Although the pedestrian walkway visitors continue, but from the number of visitors to Sentosa Island, the number of pedestrians is absolutely very small. Sentosa Island is located 500 meters south of Singapore's island, 4 kilometers east-west, 1.6 kilometers north-south and 3.47 square kilometers wide. It is the third largest island outside Singapore's island. During colonial rule, it was a British naval base, formerly known as Queen's Island, which was renamed Sentosa Island in 1972. Now it has been developed into a fully equipped marine paradise. As a nearby island and a tourist resort in Singapore, Sentosa is absolutely a paradise for tourists to eat, drink and play. So before entering the island and arriving at the entrance square, you can see groups of tourists, most of whom speak Mandarin.