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Sentosa: The state of fun in Singapore

Me and Donna are still feeling nostalgia in Singapore. I’ve been to different places but Singapore is a place that has lot’s of things to offer too. Third day is supposed to be getaway to Malaysia. Unfortunately me and donna were so tired and thought that there are still places that we must check it out. On our third day in Singapore, we decided to eat first our breakfast in KFC inside Sentosa. Yeah! were not so picky, for as long our stomach is full and were ready to roll again. Sentosa has lot of things to offer. We visited the imbiah station and we first took a picture of it’s famous Sentosa Merlion trademark structure then we headed to ride our first cable cars experience. I’m extremely excited and can’t help to take pictures of the iconic hilltop of the place.

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The following is the latest price for this breathtaking experience

Admission
Standard Price
Cable Car Sky Pass (Mount Faber Line + Sentosa Line):
Double the Value – same price, two lines
Adult: S$29
Child: S$18
*Add S$10 for a full day of unlimited rides

Single Pass (new Sentosa Line only):
Adult: S$13
Child: S$8
*Add S$10 for a full day of unlimited rides

Local Price
Cable Car Sky Pass (Mount Faber Line + Sentosa Line):
Adult: S$19
Child: S$12
*Add S$10 for a full day of unlimited rides OR sign up to be a Faber Licence member and enjoy access all year round

Single Pass (Sentosa Line only):
Adult: S$9
Child: S$5.50
*Add S$10 for a full day of unlimited rides OR sign up to be a Faber Licence member and enjoy access all year round

Note: Local rate is available to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and holders of Employment Passes, S-Passes, Work Permits or Dependent Passes.

Opening Hours
8.45am – 10pm Daily
(Last boarding at 9.30pm)

You can get your tickets on site or online. For online ticket click this link Sentosa Cable cars tickets.

 

The activities in sentosa is getting more exciting as we’ve tried the Sentosa skyline luge. It has 2 parts, the luge and skyline. We purchased the 3x going back and forth with this, because as they said one is not enough.With a unique braking and steering system, you can choose to take a leisurely cruise or race down the 688 metre Dragon trail or 628 metre Jungle trail – 1.4 kilometres of fun day and night. The experience is never complete without the Skyride. Board the Skyride for a scenic bird’s eye view of Sentosa Island, Singapore city Skyline and South China Sea.
Luge & Skyride combo
Individual Deals:
1 Luge & 1 Skyride at S$17 / Person
3 Luge & 3 Skyrides at S$25 / Person
5 Luge & 5 Skyrides at S$38 / Person

Family Deals*:
4 ride family pass at S$45
8 ride family pass at S$68
10 ride family pass at S$79
Child Doubling** at S$3 / Ride

Skyride only:
1-way at S$11 / Person
2-way at S$17 / Person
Unlimited at S$19 / Person

* Family Deals applicable for families with a child below 16 years old.
** Children under 6 years or shorter than the required 110cm to ride alone, may ride the Luge in tandem with a full paying adult.

Opening hours: 10am – 9.30pm daily

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It’s already midnoon when we headed back to waterfront station to take our lunch. I love ramen! so we had lunch at RAMEN PLAY.

Ramen Play
Ramen Play is a modern concept Japanese eatery serving authentic Ramen.

Location: The Forum™, Level B1
Type of View: Casual
Operating Hrs: 11am – 10pm daily
Telephone: +65 6884 6613
Getting There: Sentosa Bus 1 & Bus 2; Sentosa Express: Waterfront Station
Nearest Carpark: Resorts World Car Park

After that delicious lunch. We visited the TRICK EYE MUSEUM that is also can be found in Waterfront station just near the Universal Studios. What I love about this place is that it’s not only for kids but adults like us can enjoy it too. I don’t know but I’m always kids at heart so probably we all have different perception of what is enjoyable for us.

Trick eye museum originates in Korea in 2010, it is a 3D optical illusions illustrations transforming paintings into like a real picture.

Admission:
S$25 / Adult
S$20 / Child & Senior Citizen

Opening hours:
10am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)
Last admission: 8pm
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The day is over for us but the night is still long enough to kick those happy feet we have.

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