Enjoy Free Entry to Sentosa Till Year-End



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Enter Sentosa Island from now till 31 Dec 2020 for free! 

S.E.A. Aquarium
Source: Resorts World Sentosa

Sentosa has extended their free island admission via Sentosa Express and drive-in till 31 Dec 2020! 

If you’re traveling via the Sentosa Express, simply tap your ez-link card and gain free entry. If you do not have an ez-link card, worry not. You can still enjoy free admission when you reach out to a Service Ambassador. 

Do note that the Sentosa Express trains will operate from 7 am to 12 am daily. 

For guests driving in, if you have a car with locally registered IU (no entry for motorcycle), then all you have to do is drive-in. If you have a car with non-locally registered IU, then you’ll get to enjoy free admission when you tap or insert your Autopass Card on the card reader at the booth. 

Get $5 off your Grab ride from now till 31 Dec 2020!

If you’re intending on grabbing a Grab to Sentosa anytime between now and 31 Dec 2020, you can get $5 off your ride with the code [ SentosaFun ]! 

Do note that the code can only be used for pick up outside Sentosa and drop off at Sentosa, and only while codes last. 

Things to do at Sentosa – The State of Fun

In case you were looking for some ideas to kick-off your time at The State of Fun, here are some ideas to inspire you!

Universal Studios Singapore - The cast from the Madagascar films
The cast from Madagascar films/Source: Resorts World Sentosa

1. Plan an exclusive sea vacation away from the crowd

2. Dress up and go trick-or-treating at USS and S.E.A.Aquarium

3. Reserve an entry to one of the several beaches for a toast under the sun

4. Book a hotel staycation for a little R&R

5. Hit the Mega Zip for an adrenaline rush

6. Take on the slopes and corners on a Skyline Luge

 


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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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