Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club at Sentosa: Like Barbie’s dreamhouse, but with more sun and sparkle

By Sarah Chua October 2, 2023
Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club at Sentosa: Like Barbie’s dreamhouse, but with more sun and sparkle
Photos: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere, (bottom right) Tipsy Unicorn

You’ve probably already seen its pink and purple space all over social media. 

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club by lifestyle hospitality group Tipsy Collective is the latest beach club to hit Sentosa, and it’s giving us Barbie dreamhouse vibes in real life but with way more sun and sparkle. 

Everything at Tipsy Unicorn is immaculately curated, whether it’s its neon-pink signage, royal purple daybeds or even its whimsical menu items.

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Everything and anything is the theme at Tipsy Unicorn. Photo: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere

If the name Tipsy Collective rings a bell, you might have been to its other F&B venues such as Tipsy Penguin (its first), Tipsy Flamingo at Raffles City, and Tipsy Bird at Paya Lebar, to name a few. 

The new beach club is a sprawling 19,000 sqf and spans three floors, including a 5,000 sqf outdoor rooftop space for fitness classes. 

Not quite sure how to get there? Tipsy Unicorn is a quick buggy ride from Sentosa’s Beach Station. As long as you’ve made a reservation, you can ring the team upon reaching Beach Station for a ride to its venue.  

Bask in the sun on Tipsy Unicorn’s daybeds and cabanas  

As with any beach club, Tipsy Unicorn has got a good amount of beanbags, daybeds and cabanas for you to soak in the sun, and even private suites on its second floor.

Its stripey purple beanbags, which are located on the property’s sandy beachfront right on Siloso Beach, do not come with a minimum spend and are for walk-ins only.

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Choose from beanbags, daybeds, cabanas or even a suite. Photo: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere

But if you’re looking for something more luxurious, the minimum spend for its daybeds starts at S$200, and goes up to S$3,000 for its biggest private suite, which comes with a private jacuzzi. 

Tipsy Unicorn takes reservations for its daybeds, cabanas and suites. You can find the latest price list for its daybeds, cabanas and suites on Tipsy Unicorn’s website

Trying out Tipsy Unicorn’s menu

If you’re out for a fun day in the sun, chances are that food is likely an afterthought. 

But not at Tipsy Unicorn — it has a full-fledged menu with starters, sides, robust mains, and photo-worthy desserts. 

Fans of Tipsy’s F&B offerings will be glad to know that even with the change in environment, familiar favourites such as its XO fried carrot cake (S$16) and moonlight truffle beef hor fun (S$28) are firmly on the menu. 

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Seafood paella (left) and grilled prawns gem salad. Photos: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere

Owing to its beach club setting, the Tipsy Unicorn kitchen headed by chef Alvin Tan is also introducing more seafood-focused dishes, such as grilled prawns gem salad (S$24), seafood paella (S$42) and spicy salmon crispy rice (S$16).

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Spiced lentil tarts. Photo: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere

You’ll also find sharing-friendly beachside snacks, such as Tipsy’s signature wok-fired beef cubes (S$24) and Szechuan mala karaage (mala-flavoured fried chicken, S$16), as well as new menu items such as the spiced lentil tarts (S$18).

If you’re looking for something more aligned with its unicorn theme for the ’gram, its menu doesn’t disappoint. 

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Sunchoke soup (left) and mystical unihorn, which comes with a fiery display. Photos: Sarah Chua/HungryGoWhere

For menu items with a difference, try its sunchoke soup (S$14), an artichoke cream soup with rainbow croutons, or the show-stopping Mystical Unihorn (S$18), a chocolate-based dessert with a fiery presentation.

Thirsty? Tipsy Unicorn serves up specially curated cocktails such as its new sake sangria (S$22 for a glass, S$86 for a jug), or even tropical drinks such as the pomegranate mojito (bacardi, mint syrup, pomegranate juice, pomegranate vinaigrette, S$22).

All things considered, this new Sentosa hotspot feels like it’s got a bit of everything and it’s easy to plan for a whole day here, especially since it’s even got fitness classes, a Puma concept store, and music acts in the mix. 

Just remember two things: Sunblock, and that the place has a vomit penalty of S$1,000 if you puke in the pool. 


Looking for more ideas on where to go or what to eat? Check out our VivoCity food guide or our list of breezy waterfront restaurants in Singapore

Do explore the new GrabFood Dine-in service for awesome deals. 

You can also book a ride to Harbourfront or Sentosa’s Beach Station to get to Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club. 

Tipsy Unicorn Beach Club

01-01, 36 Siloso Beach Walk
Nearest MRT station: Harbourfront
Open: Monday to Thursday (11am to 9pm), Friday to Saturday (12pm to midnight), Sunday (11am to 10pm)

01-01, 36 Siloso Beach Walk
Nearest MRT station: Harbourfront
Open: Monday to Thursday (11am to 9pm), Friday to Saturday (12pm to midnight), Sunday (11am to 10pm)

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Sarah Chua


Sarah is constantly seeking out new coffee spots and cocktail bars around the world, and should probably drink more water while at it.

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