There’s no better time to visit Sentosa Sentosa is going all out to to attract locals and support businesses amid the pandemic. Sentosa has recently extended the waiver of admission fees for all visitors till next year, 31 March 2022. There is usually an admission fee of up to $6 if you drive into Sentosa or up to $4 if you take the Sentosa Express monorail. Sentosa extends free entry promotion till next year, 31 March 2022 Now that admission
Free entry to Sentosa extended for another year till 31 March 2022 Sentosa has again announced that they will be extending the free entry promotion to the island. Previously, visitors were granted free admission to the island till 30 September 2021. Visitors can now enter Sentosa via Sentosa Express or drive in for free until 31 March 2022. This is the fourth time Sentosa has extended the free admission promotion as borders remains closed to visitors from most countries. Visitors can
Free entry to Sentosa extended till 30 September 2021 Sentosa has announced that they will be extending the free entry promotion to the island. Previously, visitors were granted free admission to the island till 31 March 2021. Visitors can enter Sentosa via Sentosa Express or drive in for free until 30 September 2021. Via Sentosa Express Visitors can take the Sentosa Express trains, located on the 3rd level of VivoCity. Guests with Ez-Link Card can simply tap and enter for free.
The March school holidays are soon upon us, and there’s no better place to spend it than at our beloved holiday island, Sentosa. Whether you’re looking for thrill or chill, there’s a variety of fun experiences for everyone From now till 31 March 2021, each child aged 12 and below will enjoy some of Sentosa’s most popular attractions for free with every paying adult, as part of Kids Play Free. Gather your family and friends and explore Sentosa this school holidays!
Free entry to Sentosa until 31 March 2021 Sentosa has announced that they will be extending the free entry promotion to the island till 31 March 2021. This is part of an effort to attract local visitors to compensate for the shortfall in tourists amid the pandemic. With border remains closed for short-term visitors from most countries, Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) is trying to increase visitorship to prop up business on the resort island. Visitors can ride the monorail service and tap