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Though packed at peak hours it is still a great ride with a wonderful view all the way to the island.
I find it most convenient for the station to be in a popular mall rather than any other station.
You just take the MRT...More
If you stay at any of the Hotels on Sentosa - they give you a free pass for the monorail that is valid for the length of your stay.
There are only 4 stations and the only one off the Island is at Vivo City...More
We were trying to get off the island back to the main city area but the only stop this train makes on the mainland side is at Vivocity (literally just across the river from Sentosa). So, it may be free but it only really saved...More
I saw this mono rail in many Tollywood movies but could travel only recently during my Sentosa trip. We enjoyed the ride, very comfortable. The views on the way are most beautiful. Very well connected with many attractions in the island.
This nice train that goes into the Resorts and beaches at SENTOSA island runs all day until late at night making only 4 stops. The last one leaves passengers at the beaches and the one before arrives at the Sentosa Merlion.
You must take a trip on the express train there a four stops where you can hop on and off to get to see the whole of Sentosa Island.
You really do need at least two or more days to enjoy all the magic that...More
Free for whoever who booked a hotel, otherwise it costs you 4SG$/day. Staff is helpful and courteous. One staff even did « give me 5 to my boy » haha quite funny. It get you to mainland then you switch to MRT. If you forget your pass,...More
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Depends on what you want to visit. Within Sentosa there are three stations which are accessible through the monorail. But in USS there’s some walking involved as the entire place has to be covered on foot and one has to... More
Depends on what you want to visit. Within Sentosa there are three stations which are accessible through the monorail. But in USS there’s some walking involved as the entire place has to be covered on foot and one has to stand in queue for at least 40-50 mins for each rides. You can purchase separate priority passes which will shorten the queue.
No, you have to buy tickets to get into Universal Studios. You can get these at Sentosa, just outside the entrance. The Sentosa Express costs S$5 from Vivo City, but once on Sentosa you can use it as much as you like.
Hi there, I've been there before10am (last Sep). Individual shops were closed when I arrived but escalators (and maybe some lifts) were operating. Just follow the 'sentosa express' sign and go straight to the 3rd floor ;)