After researching the Internet for 6 hours, going to 21 different websites, we think we have found the best deal for the Sentosa Fun Pass on Klook ($46 for Play 3). Klook is a reputable travel booking platform that offers hefty discounts on tickets.
Going to Sentosa is a super fun experience both the young and old. There are so many activities to do in Sentosa. However, the attraction prices can be pretty expensive, especially, if you plan to go for multiple activities in one day.
Sentosa Fun Pass Price – Play 3
From a list of 20 attractions, you can choose 3 activities to do within the day. This is great for about an afternoon of fun and games. You will probably need about 3 to 5 hours to thoroughly enjoy 3 different attractions in Sentosa.
At just $46, it will save you between $10 to $30 in total depending on which attraction you choose.
Sentosa Fun Pass Cost Play 5
At just $62, you can enjoy 5 different attraction or activities within Sentosa. We estimate that you would need between 5 to 7 hours to complete all 5.
Cost savings enjoyed will be between $30 to $50. A great deal if you plan to spend the entire morning to afternoon in Sentosa.
Sentosa Day Pass Play Max
Starting from 9am all the way to the last closing time of the attraction, you can roam freely and enjoy all 18 attractions comprising of a total of 20 activities. If you choose the Play Max option, we would recommend that you start your day as early as possible so that you can at least complete 10 to 12 activities by night.
At $110, it is definitely not cheap as an absolute. However, the potential cost savings are considerable, between $50 to $200.
Here’s a summary of all the activities you can choose from!
4D AdventureLand: Desperados
If you like arcade shooting games, you’re going to love this! The adventure is set in the wild west and based on the well-loved PC game, Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive.
When you enter, you are handed a gun. You and your comrades are the protagonists during the screening. It is a super interactive game with a storyline to boot.
You play a deputy sheriff who needs to protect his town from bad guys. The game is super realistic. Even the chairs movements accurately stimulate the galloping of horses which adds to the difficulty in aiming accurately.
Shoot only the bad guys and leave the innocent townsfolk out of it because it will decrease your overall score. The competitive element of the game makes it very exciting. The winner even gets a bunch of presents as a reward!
4D AdventureLand: Extreme Log Ride
Take the roller coaster adventure up a notch with the Extreme Log Ride. Imagine traversing the Amazonian jungle and encountering snapping alligators, poisonous snakes and fast flowing river currents.
For the entire ride, you’ll totally forget that you are in a room. The 4D experience is truly exceptional. Your senses will tingle at every turn that the tree log takes.
Here’s a hint for you, prepare to be at least a little wet after the ride!
4D AdventureLand: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson stars in this 4D family adventure movie. Expect non-stop action and thrilling scenes except that you’ll feel like that you’re actually right beside him in the movie.
Live and breathe every single moment through the hyper-realistic 3D animations and sensory explosions every single second.
AJ Hackett Skybridge
Looking out at the deep blue ocean is pretty amazing. How about looking at it from 47 metres up in the air. That’s got to be breathtaking.
You can experience this walking along the AJ Hackett Skybridge. The bridge is 40 metres long, which means you can view Sentosa from a wide variety of angles. Take a leisure stroll and take in the fresh air and beautiful views.
For those with a fear of heights, don’t worry! The bridge looks sturdy and can handle up to a 10 000 kg load. There are also handrails that line the entire bridge. Enjoy magnificent views with a sense of security at all times. A perfect family activity!
For adrenaline junkies, there are other exhilarating options (not available in Sentosa Fun Pass)
- Bungy Jumping
- Giant Swing
- Top Swing
- Vertical Skywalk
Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom
Insects sometimes have an unwanted reputation as creepy crawlies. Throw away these misconceptions as you step into their habitat.
Beautiful butterflies roam around freely. If you are lucky enough, a butterfly or two may even land on your shoulder. Remember those Disney movies, where the princess sings in the forest and butterflies come fluttering to her sweet voice.
Experience that fairytale-like atmosphere right here in Sentosa Island.
Even the insects look cute. There are beetles, stick insects and scorpions. Even if you don’t like the looks of them, there’s an educational aspect to it as you will get to know more about nature and insects in particular.
A rarity in the concrete jungle of Singapore that needs to be done at least once in your lifetime. Also an excellent destination for teaching your children about nature.
KidZania Singapore 2-Hour TranZit PaZZ
A place of fun and learning. KidZania is one of the coolest concepts for kids to have fun. They can put on different hats and try out jobs in the real world.
There are a total of 60 jobs for your child to try out. You can be an actor, pilot, banker, chef, doctor, firefighter, researcher, journalist and many many more. There are so many options that there is no way to complete the entire attraction in one single day if your child wants to try every single job.
For every job that you complete, you can earn KidZos that can be spent within the park. That will teach your child the concept of work and money in an enjoyable environment.
KidZania has been an extremely popular destination since it opened. If you do decide to go to KidZania, we recommend that you head there earlier in the day so that it’s not too crowded. One of the must-dos in Sentosa if you have kids!
MegaJump or MegaBounce – Mega Adventure Park
The Mega Adventure Park is the place to conquer your fear of heights if any. There are a total of 5 different activities available. With the Sentosa Fun Pass, you can choose from either the MegaJump or MegaBounce.
15 metres up in the air, the views are amazing at the MegaJump deck. Take a couple minutes to soak in the beach, ocean and greenery before experiencing freefall.
For the couple of seconds that you are diving through the air, the feeling is euphoric. You can’t help but shout out loudly and excitedly.
MegaBounce is a favourite activity among children and teenagers. With every jump on the trampoline, you can reach heights of up to 8 metres. If you’re acrobatic enough, you can even do tricks while up in the air.
Ola Beach Club: Single Kayak or Stand-Up Paddleboard
Enjoy the gentle waves of Siloso beach by being out there in the deep blue ocean drifting about. You can choose to kayak around the safe waters of the sea. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, why not try paddleboarding while standing up
Even if you have no prior experience, that’s not an issue. The ocean is calm; lifejackets are provided, and there’s supervision throughout the activity.
Simply enjoy the rare feeling of being out in the Singapore ocean.
Segway® Fun Ride (2 Rides) or Bi-Pedal Bicycle (2 Hours)
Exploring Sentosa on foot can be tiring. Give your precious two feet a rest and zoom around on either a Segway or a bicycle.
If you have never ridden a Segway vehicle before, now’s a great time to start. The ride includes a short training session to get you up to speed. Safety helmets and gear are provided, so all you need to do is show up and enjoy.
Alternatively, you can also choose to rent a bicycle for a total of 2 hours. This is the better option if you want to do some serious exploring around Sentosa because of the more generous time limit.
An icon of Singapore. The Merlion is one of the most recognisable symbols of Singapore with its unique fusion of a lion’s head and a fish’s body.
The lion represents the ancient story of how Prince Sang Nila Utama discovered Singapore. The fish pays tribute to the Singapore’s history as a fishing and seaport in its early years.
Beyond the historical significance, there lies a reward in conquering the top of the Merlion. The top of the world views of Sentosa. That alone is worth the price of admission.
Singapore Cable Car – Sentosa
Travelling along the blue ocean, lush greenery and sandy beaches is wonderful. Doing it in a cable car is doubly impressive. View Sentosa in all its glory with the 360-degree view that you can only get in a cable car ride.
The frequency of the cable cars is high. You won’t have to wait long to get into one unless its during the super peak weekend periods. The inside of each car is clean and comfortable, which further increases the enjoyment of the ride.
Tiger Sky Tower
131 metres up in the sky stands the highest point of the Tiger Sky Tower. That is more than 50 storeys high. Seeing clouds appear close to you and the vast ocean right below is sure to be mesmerising.
At this extreme height, you will be able to have a panoramic view of Sentosa, Southern Singapore and even parts of Malaysia and Indonesia. When you are up there, you feel like you are looking through the gateway of Southeast Asia.
You won’t stop admiring the view throughout the journey upwards. When you reach the peak, do take the opportunity to snap some amazing pictures to post on your Instagram or Facebook accounts. You are sure to get plenty of likes!
Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Amaze your friends with extraordinary photos that tickle their funny bones. There are more than 80 different pictures that carry optical illusions so that you will have plenty of photo opportunities.
Trick Eye is a museum that encourages you to touch and use everything you see as a prop. There is even an official app – Trickeye-Singapore – which was developed to help create even more realistic photographs.
Wave House Sentosa
Unfortunately, waves in Singapore are usually too mild to do any surfing. Thankfully, right by the ocean, you can surf to your heart’s content at Wave House Sentosa.
The waves are created by machines but feel real. Most importantly, it is a super fun activity no matter if you’re a child or an adult.
Even if you have never tried wave surfing, there are instructors to help you along. Before long, you’ll be up on your feet, riding the waves confidently!
Wings of Time
A water show already sounds pretty fun. What if you add in flashes of lasers, heart thumping music, pyrotechnics and special effects? The final product is the Wings of Time. A 20 minutes enthralling show that is sure to capture your full attention.
Besides the spectacular visual treat, the storyline also sucks you in. Three majestic birds who are the best of friends embark on an adventure, travelling to different eras and landscapes. The story of adventure, friendship and courage truly resonates.
There are two shows every single night. One at 7.40pm and another at 8.40pm. If you are going to be at Sentosa at night, Wings of Time is an attraction not to be missed.
Madame Tussauds Singapore & Images of Singapore – 2 Credits
Every time you walk pass a Madame Tussauds’ wax figure, it’s likely you’ll do a double take on whether it is indeed fake. That is how real the figures look.
The celebrities and famous figures are plentiful. If you ever wanted to snag a photo with Taylor Swift, Cristiano Ronaldo or even Lee Kuan Yew, here’s your chance. The number of pictures you can take with your favourite stars definitely make the entrance price worth it.
Together with Madame Tussauds is the Images of Singapore live show. Reading history books to know the history of a place is so boring. Madame Tussauds has revolutionised history telling into a live show where actors are your guides. The playacting sure makes the entire process exciting and memorable.
The Maritime Experiential Museum
The sea is such a mysterious place. It has led to the rise and fall of nations and empires. The Maritime Museum provides an avenue for hands-on participation to experience life out at sea. For example, you can learn how to tie knots that are frequently used while sailing.
It is not all fun and games. You get to experience the horrifying raids by pirates which were common back in the day. Besides Singapore, you get to experience the history of other important port cities like Oman, Calicut and Malacca.
Love the seas and oceans? Don’t miss the informative Maritime Experiential Museum.
S.E.A. Aquarium & Royal Albatross Tour – 2 Credits
With over 100 000 sea creatures made up of 1000 different species, S.E.A Aquarium is one of the best marine life ecosystems in the world. The wonders of the oceans seem within a touch away as only a transparent glass panel separates you and the fishes.
From sharks to giant turtles, you will see a new species at every turn. If you love marine life, this is going to be such an eye-opener and will make you fall in love with the beautiful ocean world even more.
Adding on to the ocean theme, the package includes the Royal Albatross Tour. A beautifully classic sailboat decked out with 21st-century modernity welcomes you aboard. Fun fact – this boat was even featured in a Batman movie. Also, there are only 150 tall ships like this left in the world. Pretty cool!