Pulau Palawan, otherwise called Palawan Island, is a shoe formed islet found simply off the southwestern shoreline of Sentosa, south of Singapore. It lies around inverse Beach Station of the Sentosa Express monorail framework, which is between Siloso Beach and Palawan Beach. Palawan is in all probability a variation of the Malay word pahlawan, signifying "legend"
originally a reef known as Serembu Palawan, and set apart on no less than one guide as "Palawan Reef", it was renamed Pulau Palawan after land recovery. The island now has a region like that of Pulau Biola, around 0.4 hectares (0.99 sections of land).
Pulau Palawan is not to be mistaken for an anonymous U-formed manufactured sandy islet that is connected to Palawan Beach on Sentosa by a straightforward suspension connect. The islet has two post towers, and there is a sign on the islet raised by the Sentosa Development Corporation announcing that it is the "southernmost purpose of Continental Asia". Sentosa itself is associated with the primary island of Singapore by a thoroughfare, and Singapore is thus connected to Peninsular Malaysia by two highways. Likewise, another shoreline on Sentosa called Tanjong Beach is further south than the islet.