Public Question Asked by User63294 about Singapore
I will visit Singapore on September and will be staying with a college friends who now works there. I would like to know how much it would cost me, approximately, if I would like to visit Sentosa and see ot I'm other tourist attractions. I'm not much of a shopper so my expenses will be mostly on transportation and entrance fees. Many thanks.
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Answered by Ants , Singapore City, Singapore
Gidday, and welcome to Singapore.. lol..
Sentosa is fairly cheap to get to, a couple of dollars ($6) for the monorail (return) and transport from where-ever you are staying will only be $2-4 max.. (take the mrt)
While on Sentosa you can get the 3 attraction pass, about $35 per person, and you can choose what you'd like to see.. Although once you get there all the island transport (buses and trams) are free of charge.
Other attraction are varied but will usually cost between $20-40 depending on what you want to do.. Eg Singapore flyer, Duck tours, etc..
Highly recommended is to visit Singapore Zoo, and the Night Safari (try to do both on same day to cut down transport cost) the Zoo closes around 6pm and Night Safari opens around the same time. I can also recommend Jurong Bird Park..
Anything else ya want to know feel free to email me..
Answered by Penny Chow , Jurong East, Singapore
Hi, you can checkthe rates at www.sentosa.com.sg and then go to eBay.com.sg to look for people selling discounted entrance tickets to the various attractions you like to visit. There are bargains to be had at eBay.com.sg.
Hope this help.
Answered by jo , Singapore City, Singapore
Sentosa prices are here Cable car to get there $20, Luge which is great fun $18 for 3 goes Underwater world which includes the dolphin show is $24 and songs of the sea which i highly recommend is $10.
You can buy a combined zoo, birdpark and nightsafari ticket for around $40 which is really good value.
If you want to see singapore on a walking tour apart from these attractions then please email me direct on firstname.lastname@example.org
Answered by Elizabeth Renee Lim , Singapore City, Singapore
Okay, this might sound a little unhelpful, but your best bet would be to visit the official websites of these attractions, because the last time I visited the Underwater World and Dolphin Bay in February this year, it cost me $35. But they might have different packages by this time so it is best to see if you are just in time for a good deal they have coming up.