• Sentosa Fun Pass
  • Sentosa Fun Pass
  • Sentosa Fun Pass
  • Sentosa Fun Pass
  • Sentosa Fun Pass

Sentosa Fun Pass

Embark on the ultimate Sentosa adventure with the Fun Pass in Singapore, granting access to exciting attractions. Dive into S.E.A. Aquarium's underwater wonderland, enjoy Tower Access for cityscape views, and soar on a zipline for an adrenaline rush. Explore Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom's nature wonders and meet lifelike figures at Madame Tussauds. Experience a day of non stop excitement at Universal Studios Singapore, where an array of thrilling rides and attractions await. So, whether you're a seeker of excitement or a devotee of tranquility, Sentosa Island is an invitation to uncover a new facet of paradise. Get your Sentosa fun pass on TicketsToDo today.

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Last Updated: 27th Sep 2023
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  • Universal Studios Singapore: This world-famous theme park has 28 rides, shows, and attractions based on popular movies and T.V. shows.
  • S.E.A. Aquarium: This massive aquarium is home to over 100,000 marine animals from over 800 species. Visitors can walk through the underwater tunnel and see sharks, rays, and other creatures swimming overhead.
  • Fort Siloso: This former military fort is now a museum that tells the story of Sentosa's history. Visitors can explore the tunnels, bunkers, and gun batteries and learn about the island's role in World War II.
  • Sentosa Boardwalk: This 2.2 km long boardwalk offers stunning views of the South China Sea. Visitors can walk, cycle, or take a tram along the boardwalk and enjoy the scenery.
  • Palawan Beach: This beautiful beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. There are also several restaurants and bars on the beach, making it a great place to relax and enjoy the sun.
  • Madame Tussauds Singapore: This wax museum features lifelike wax figures of celebrities, politicians, and historical figures. Visitors can pose for photos with their favorite celebrities or learn about Singapore's history through the wax figures.
  • Adventure Cove Waterpark is home to various water slides, wave pools, and other water attractions. Visitors can cool off on a hot day and have fun at this waterpark.
  • Siloso Beach: This beach is known for its party atmosphere and lively nightlife. The beach has several bars and clubs, making it a great place to dance and have a good time.
  • Skyline Luge Sentosa: This unique ride takes a downhill adventure through a series of winding tracks. You control the speed of your luge, so you can go as fast or as slow as you like.
  • Trick Eye Museum: This museum features a variety of optical illusions that will trick your eyes. You can take photos of yourself in these illusions and make it look like you're flying, walking on water, or shrinking.
  • Sentosa 4D Adventureland: This indoor theme park features a variety of 4D experiences, including rides, games, and shows. You'll feel like you're in the middle of the action as you experience these attractions.

What To Expect

Nestled off the coast of Singapore, Sentosa Island beckons with its irresistible charm, offering a wide array of experiences that cater to every type of traveler.

Venture into a world of excitement and adrenaline as you enter Sentosa's adventure playground. Universal Studios Singapore is a cinematic wonderland where thrilling rides and captivating shows bring your favorite movies to life. For the bold-hearted, AJ Hackett Sentosa offers the exhilarating thrill of bungee jumping. At the same time, Adventure Cove Waterpark promises a splashing good time with its high-octane water slides and aquatic adventures.

Delve beneath the surface to uncover the ocean's mysteries at S.E.A. Aquarium, a sprawling underwater paradise teeming with an awe-inspiring variety of marine life. If you seek a more immersive encounter, Adventure Cove Snorkel Park invites you to share the waters with vibrant sea creatures, forging a deeper connection with the aquatic realm.

Sentosa Island's cultural tapestry comes alive through attractions like the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, where the delicate wonders of nature take center stage. Stepping back in time, Fort Siloso provides a historical journey, shedding light on the island's significance during World War II.

Nature enthusiasts will find solace at Sentosa Nature Discovery, an oasis of tranquility adorned with themed gardens and diverse wildlife. Tanjong Beach offers a serene escape, inviting you to unwind amidst soft sands and the soothing rhythm of gentle waves.

Entertainment takes on myriad forms, from the immersive experiences of Sentosa 4D Adventureland, where cutting-edge technology merges with storytelling, to the captivating Wings of Time show, a mesmerizing display of multimedia artistry that lights up the night sky.

Elevate your senses with luxury and refinement as Sentosa Island hosts world-class resorts and indulgent spas. Here, relaxation takes precedence, and gourmet dining experiences and breathtaking vistas add sophistication to your escape.

Sentosa Island's allure lies in its attractions and the seamless integration of diverse experiences that create a tapestry of memories. Whether seeking adventure, cultural enrichment, or moments of pure serenity, Sentosa Island invites you to explore its multifaceted offerings and craft your narrative in this captivating paradise.

Aerial view of the Equarius Hotel at Resorts World Sentosa surrounded by water.

Equarius Hotel is a AAA Five Diamond Hotel, and it has been awarded as the Traveller's Choice Award for Best Hotel in Singapore.

Three women paddle boarding near a beach club.

Ola Beach Club features Hawaiian-themed decor and a variety of beach activities.

An arch bearing the bold inscription 'Sentosa’ in a warm and inviting font.

Sentosa island was originally known as Pulau Belakang Mati, which means "island of the dead behind" in Malay.

Sentosa Fun Pass

A picturesque scene featuring multiple cable cars suspended against a lush green background.

The cable car ride in Sentosa was opened in 1974 and is the first cable car system in Southeast Asia.

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Insider Tips

  • Arrive early to beat the crowds and enjoy popular attractions with shorter lines.
  • Consider purchasing combo passes that offer access to multiple attractions at a discounted price.
  •  Enjoy the stunning beaches - Palawan Beach and Siloso Beach. Palawan Beach even has a suspension bridge to a small islet!
  • Utilize the free beach trams and Sentosa Express monorail to get around the island conveniently.
  • The tropical climate can be intense, so don't forget sunscreen, hats, and stay hydrated.
  • Look for happy hour specials at bars and restaurants for some budget-friendly relaxation.
  • Engage in outdoor adventures like ziplining, jungle trekking, and cycling for a unique experience.
  • If you're an animal lover, check out Dolphin Island for interactive experiences with these intelligent creatures.
  • Take a scenic cable car ride for panoramic views of the island and the city skyline.
  • Catch the mesmerizing Wings of Time show, a multimedia night show with water, laser, and light effects.
  • Guest are required to make a reservation prior to the visit to the merchant site.

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Know Before You Go

Opening hours:

  • Daily: 9:00 AM- 10:00 PM
  • Entrance is permitted up to 30 minutes before closing time.

Entry and Regulations:

  • Please note that your pass will only cover the specific number of attractions you have chosen.
  • No destinations can be altered or canceled later.
  • The opening hours for each of these venues differ. Please refer to the informative guidebook for detailed instructions.
  • Most Sentosa Attractions enlisted under the Sentosa Fun Pass are wheelchair accessible. But we strongly suggest that you check the accessibility information beforehand to avoid any possible hassle.

Ticket Information: 

  • All the tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. 
  • You can show the Sentosa Singapore e-ticket at the entrance.
  • Choose the ticket date carefully, and check the availability before you book them.

How To Use

  • You can present your ticket as a printed copy or a mobile e-ticket. Choose the format that is most convenient for you.
  • Your Sentosa Fun Pass is only valid during the specified period mentioned in the selected package. Make sure to check the dates and times of validity to plan your visit accordingly.
  • By MRT: The North East Line (NEL) goes directly to Sentosa Island. Take the NEL to HarbourFront Station, and then transfer to the Sentosa Express monorail. The Sentosa Express will take you to Sentosa Island in just a few minutes.
  • By bus: There are a number of buses that go to Sentosa Island from Singapore City Center. The most popular buses are the 80, 85, 93, 100, and 101. These buses will take you to VivoCity, which is a shopping mall on Sentosa Island. From VivoCity, you can walk or take the Sentosa Boardwalk to the rest of the island.
  • By taxi: Taxis are a convenient way to get to Sentosa Island, but they can be expensive. The taxi fare from Singapore City Center to Sentosa Island is around SGD20.
  • By private car: If you are traveling with a group, you may want to consider renting a private car to get to Sentosa Island. This can be a more convenient and comfortable option than taking public transportation.


  • Is Sentosa Island safe?

    Sentosa Island is generally considered to be a safe place to visit. The crime rate is low, and the police are present on the island 24/7. However, as with any tourist destination, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions against theft and pickpocketing.

  • What is the dress code for Sentosa Island?

    There is no strict dress code for Sentosa Island, but it is generally recommended to dress modestly. This is especially true if you are visiting the theme parks or religious sites on the island. Shorts and t-shirts are generally acceptable, but you may want to avoid wearing anything too revealing.

  • What are the exchange rates in Sentosa Island?

    The currency in Singapore is the Singapore Dollar (SGD). The exchange rate for SGD to USD is currently around 1 SGD = 0.75 USD.

  • What are the tipping customs in Sentosa Island?

    Tipping is not expected in Sentosa Island, but it is appreciated by service staff. If you are happy with the service you have received, you can leave a small tip of around 10%.