Sentosa Fun Pass: 21 Attractions, 1 Pass
9 Jan 2018
Save big with the Sentosa Fun Pass
For all you first timers in Singapore, Sentosa is Singapore’s famous island resort, home to an abundance of different activities and experiences. From discovering exotic marine wildlife at the aquarium to freefalling 15 meters off a building, we have categorized the Sentosa activities based on the nearest Sentosa Express station for you to easily navigate your way around Sentosa.
Admission tickets can burn quite a hole in your pockets, especially if you buy them directly at the park. Not to mention waiting in line at ticketing counters is such a hassle and a waste of time. Lucky for you, we’ve got the perfect solution for you- the Sentosa Fun Pass! Granting you admission to up to 21 different attractions, you won’t need to buy individual admission tickets each time you visit a new attraction.
This does not include admission into Sentosa Island.
Klook your Sentosa Fun Pass for the ultimate hassle free time in Sentosa. Since tickets are open-dated, you won’t have to worry about the bad weather foiling your plans. Plus, with instant confirmation, you can even book your vouchers on the spot! Just flash your mobile e-voucher at any Sentosa ticketing counter to redeem your fun pass and get ready to explore.
Types of Sentosa Fun Pass
Sentosa Fun Pass 55 Tokens
If you’ve only got a few hours to spare, we suggest getting the 55 token package! Granting you access to up to 5 different attractions in a day, pick 5 of your favorite Sentosa activities and kickstart your day early since attractions open at 9am! With only 5 activites, make your choices wisely!
Sentosa Fun Pass 80 Tokens
The 80 token package is perfect for people who want to experience the best of Sentosa without tiring out! Choose up to 8 activities that sound the most appealing to you and get ready to experience the highlights of Sentosa in a day.
Sentosa Fun Pass 120 tokens
If you’re all about jam packing your day with a whole lot of activities, then you should definitely get the Play Pass Max for maximum access! Challenge yourself to conquer up to 11 activities in a day.
Getting to Sentosa
By Sentosa Express:
Take the MRT and alight at HarbourFront Station (North-East Line or Circle Line) or take bus numbers 65, 80, 93, 188, 855, 10, 30, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, or 166 and alight along Telok Blangah Road.
From there, hop onto the Sentosa Express located at the 3rd level of VivoCity shopping mall (Lobby L). Klook your Sentosa Express tickets, redeem them at the ticketing counter and you’re all set!
Take bus 123 or RWS 8 from Vivo City and alight at the Resorts World Sentosa bus stop! From there you can travel within the island via the Sentosa Express for free!
By Cable Car:
Alight at Harbourfront MRT and take Exit B following signs leading to Singapore Cable Car station at Harbourfront Tower II.
This is the more expensive option, BUT you will be rewarded with some of the best views of Sentosa along the way!
This is the cheapest way to get into Sentosa! Stroll along the beautiful Sentosa boardwalk and take in the sights of the island before you arrive. Since the boardwalk is fully sheltered, you won’t have to worry about the weather.
Sentosa Attractions at Waterfront Station
Visit Southeast Asia’s LARGEST aquarium, the S.E.A. Aquarium and get blown away by over 100,000 marine creatures from over 800 different species! From hammerhead sharks to stingrays and of course everyone’s favourite blue tang (Dory) and clown fishes (Nemo) get the best marine biology lesson as you unfold the endless underwater world.
Be sure to visit the touch pool where you can get your hands on (literally) the starfishes and even sea cucumbers.
The best way to beat the Singapore heat is to have a splashing good time at Adventure Cove Waterpark! Located in Resorts World Sentosa, get ready to experience one of Asia’s top 10 waterparks!
Ride on high speed water slides, laze the day away drifting on a float or snorkel with over 20,000 tropical marine animals all in a day.
Check out our guide for some insider tips on conquering this amazing waterpark!
Voyage through time and learn about the vessels used during the Maritime Silk Route. Try your hand at escaping from pirates, tying ropes and everything else you need to know to become a sailor.
Over at the Typhoon Theatre, experience a multi sensory experience as you fight your way through a treacherous storm out at sea.
P.S. You may get a little wet.
The Royal Albatross, previously known as Bruce Wayne's private yacht in The Dark Knight (2008) is a must see when you're at Sentosa!
Explore the decks on a guided tour or if you're up for a challenge, try climbing up the mast 21 metres above the deck. This is afterall, one of the most challenging things a sailor has to do!
Confuse your Instagram followers with pictures of you on an elephant of wrapped around a bamboo stalk with the help of these funky illusions at the Trick Eye Museum.
Get creative with your poses and be sure to charge those cameras.
Sentosa Attractions at Imbiah Station
Iconic to Singapore is the part lion part fish mascot - the Merlion! Known as the guardian of prosperity, this 37 meter tall mythical creature is the only one in Singapore that you can walk into.
Climb up to the mouth of the merlion to see the panoramic views of Singapore’s southern shores and be sure to ring the prosperity bell along the way. For unobstructed views, head all the way up to the head of the merlion for a 360-degree view of Singapore!
The Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom is definitely one of the highlights of the Sentosa FUN Pass! With over 50 species of butterflies fluttering around you in the outdoor conservatory, you’ll feel as if you’ve walked into a fairytale.
Apart from those beautiful wings, there are also a huge range of exotic creatures like Iguanas and Scorpions for you to get your hands on. This multi-sensory experience is guaranteed to delight your senses and leave you with butterflies in your stomach.
Wanted to meet your favorite One Direction members but just can’t afford a concert ticket? Or worst still, went for the concert and couldn’t get a good picture with them? Well, head to Madame Tussauds Singapore to get your million dollar shot with those gorgeous boys.
While it may not be their true human form, it certainly looks almost 100% alike! From the man you see on your Singapore dollar bills to extraterrestrial creatures like E.T. get your cameras ready for those photo ops!
One of the best ways to learn about the history of Singapore is through the Images of Singapore LIVE show! Uncover the journey that created this 21st century powerhouse as you ride along the rivers in the Spirit of Singapore Boat ride. Complete the experience with the immersive show filled with special effects that take you back into the days when Singapore was just a humble fishing port.
This miniature 4D theme park is a must visit for families travelling with children! With the latest cutting edge 4D technology, feel as if you’ve entered into a whole new world as you enter the different themed rides. From riding in a Super tree log down the Himalamazon river to riding a horse through the Wild West and shooting down bandits and robbers, you’ll forget where you really are.
As you slowly ascend up 131 metres above sea level, take in the panoramic views of Singapore’s Southern shorelines and even neighboring countries Malaysia and Indonesia in the Tiger Sky Tower! Whether you’re visiting in the day or at night, there’s no better way to marvel at the breathtaking views than in the air-conditioned cabins of the tower.
One of the best ways to take in the views of the Southern precinct of Singapore is on the Singapore Cable car!
Enjoy 360 degree views of Sentosa and one of Singapore's oldest hilltops, Mount Faber. Time your ride for the sunset and you'll have a beautiful backdrop to those photos.
If you're curious about the island but don't want to walk to all the different spots to find out more, the Sentosa Island Bus Tour is perfect for you.
Let the guides on board tell you more about the island and reveal some of the best kept secrets about the island, including how the Sentosa Merlion gets cleaned!
Sentosa Attractions at Beach Station
Take a leap of faith and zip across the lush jungle canopy and white sand beaches of Sentosa at the Mega Adventure Park!
Going at up to speeds of 60km/hr if that isn't thrilling enough for you, you can even choose to ride upside down.
The MegaJump is perfect for those who want a feel of bungy jumping but are afraid of the real thing. This 15 meter freefall parachute jump is the perfect teaser you'll need to prepare your hearts.
I’m sure we’ve all seen people zooming around on their hoverboards and segways like they’re from the future. Try it out for yourself at the Sentosa Siloso beach as you glide along the white sands past the palm trees swaying in the wind. Be warned that you will be given plenty of stares of envy as you zoom past all them slow pokes walking on foot.
End of your day at Sentosa with the award winning Wings of Time show. Set against a backdrop of the open sea, the multi sensory experience will take you through time and space on a magical journey. The spectacular 3D mapping projections, fire and water display will definitely leave you captivated and wow-ed!
Whether you’re a beginner looking to catch your first wave or an expert surfer looking to shred your board, head to Wave House Sentosa for a splashing good time! Get your surf on at the FlowRider on your body board with the help of the professional instructors.
For families travelling with children, Kidzania would definitely need a spot on your must visit list. Through role-playing activities, children can get hands on experiences for a whole range of occupations from firefighters, flight stewards and even chefs in return for a salary! This not only gives them an idea of their aspirations in future but also teaches them life skills like working in a team and the value of money. Who knew learning could be so fun?
Get one of the best views of Sentosa on the AJ Hackett Skybridge! Muster up your courage and step onto the transparent floors to look down at the world as it passes you by.
This is definitely not an experience for the faint hearted but we promise it’ll be worth taking that first step out for. Otherwise, just stand on the bridge and look out into the ocean and you might even catch a glimpse of the bungee jumpers taking their leap of faith.
For those who feel up for some thrills, try out the giant swing! Swing at speeds reaching 120km/hr from a height of 40 metres, pull the lever when you're ready and get ready to soar through the skies.
Not everyone has the energy and stamina to walk through the whole Sentosa island, and we don’t blame you! Not only is Sentosa Island huge, energy should be saved for all the exciting activities instead. Instead, why not take a bicycle and ride through the streets of Sentosa on the dedicated bicycle tracks to uncover sights you’ve never seen before.
The Ola Beach club is perfect for those looking for beach activities! Try out stand up paddleboarding or kayaking down Siloso Beach while taking in the stunning views all around you.
If you're too afraid (and too broke) to skydive in the great outdoors, try out bodyflying! This indoor wind tunnel will make you feel as if you've jumped off the plane into the open skies.
Don't fret, you will receive training from professional instructors and get suited up in sky diving gear before doing your jump.
Other Sentosa Singapore Activities to Check Out
Lastly, you’ll definitely need a SIM card to capture all those Instagrammable moments and also to navigate your way around the city. With 100GB of data, you won’t ever have to worry about running out.
Sentosa is also home to the land of Minion Mayhem that is Universal Studios Singapore! Apart from the mischief of the minions, be sure to take the Battlestar Galactica duelling coasters for a great mid day thrill!