Posted on: July 5, 2011 Posted by: Jepoy Pellazo Comments: 3
When you talk about Singapore, Sentosa has always been with the name. Located about 15minutes (Sing$2.10 MRT fare from Boon Keng to HarbourFront and Sing$3.00 Sentosa Express fare) away from Singapore City center, this reclaimed island is the home of the inimitable combination of exciting themed attractions. As people say, in Sentosa you’ll experience fun in all different ways such as entertainment, extreme sports adventure, educational tours, shopping, nature tripping, etc.
I was not able to visit all themed attractions in Sentosa since one day is not enough to do it. But let me tell you something about the places I got to stop by and experience the fun that Singaporeans have been telling the world.
By the way, the food at Sentosa is a bit costly but you can still find stores that offer budget meals like the pantry shop at The Forum. My lunch only cost Sing$5.20. We had our dinner back to a Hawker center at the top level of VivoCity. In there, I spent Sing$7.20.
                             
 

 

Universal Studios Singapore
Resorts World Sentosa

 

 
Experience movie magic at Singapore’s newest theme park, with a myriad of rides and attractions that bring the joys of the silver screen to life.

                             
Immerse yourselves in the world of dinosaurs at The Lost World and even meet the talking donkey of Far Far Away.

Here you get to take the concept of storytelling to a whole new dimension. Don’t miss the Lake Hollywood Spectacular show which occurs after sunset, and witness fireworks and musical performances that are bound to take your breath away.
One Day Weekday Pass:               Sing$66.00
One-Day Weekend Pass:              Sing$72.00
Sentosa Luge and Skyride
Imbiah Lookout
Speed demons will love this part toboggan, part go-cart adventure, which takes drivers on a fun-filled race down a 650-meter-long paved track. The adrenaline rush is so addictive that you’ll want another go as soon as you’ve finished. And to do just that, continue your thrills as you hop on to the open-air chairlift of the Skyride and enjoy breathtaking views of the South China Sea as you travel back to the top of the hill.
Luge and Skyride:         Sing$12.00
Skyride:                           Sing$8.00
Sentosa Songs of the Sea
Siloso Beach

 

Get ready to fall under the spell of Singapore’s award-winning nightly extravaganza set in the sea. Songs of the Sea brings you a mesmerizing show with a live cast and dramatic effects like pyrotechnics, water jets, brilliant lasers, special computer imaging, stunning flame bursts, and captivating music.
Ticket price:        Sing$10.00 per person
                           Sing$15.00 per person (premium seats)
Sentosa Merlion Park

 

Have a larger-than-life encounter with Singapore’s national icon- standing at 37 meters tall, The Merlion lets you dive right into the myths and legends of the deep!
Admission: Adult Sing$8.00/ Child Sing$5.00
iFly Singapore
Siloso Beach Walk

 

 

photo from http://www.overseassingaporean.sg
Experience one of life’s greatest thrills in a controlled environment. Offering a safer and cheaper alternative to skydiving and located conveniently on Sentosa, iFly Singapore is a skydiving simulator that works by placing visitors into a vertical wind tunnel that recreates a freefall. iFly has packages all ages and experience levels, which means taking the plunge has never been easier.
Admission:          Sing$70.00/try
The second day was an adventure at the climax and I got exhausted with all the stopovers we had at Sentosa. I was able to spend Sing$175.6 just for the admission fees and meals. Nonetheless, it was our best day in Singapore.

 

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  1. cool!!! planning to go to singapore this october, medyo nalilito pa rin kung anong uunahin. meron naman kami kamag anak dun pero they won't be able to tour us there coz of their schedule. napakalaking tulong ng site mo. thank u so much! 🙂

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