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Cross over on Cable Car to Sentosa - State of Fun! On this tour, you have Free & Easy time but we have also added a Bus Tour round Sentosa Island - partially guided.
Sightsee from the comfort of an air-condition coach as you make photo stops at Siloso Point with a view of the South China Seas from the Fort Siloso Skywalk and pop by the bustling Resorts World Sentosa where the famed Universal Studio theme park and Adventure Cove and Singapore’s first casino is located.
At the eastern tip of the island, we view Sentosa Cove – the first and only oceanfront residence in Singapore and finally touch down at the Southern-most point of ASIA at Palawan Beach with the majestic view of the South China Sea.
Your adventure will end at Imbiah Lookout and the rest of the afternoon is free at leisure to explore the State of Fun!
Please take note:
From 8th February 20 to 6th March 20, operating hours for Universal Studios Singapore will be from 10am to 6pm daily.
Nestled under Malaysia’s southern border, Singapore is only a few hours drive from the country’s capital Kuala Lumpur. Whether you’ve got a strict schedule or are traveling on a budget, this day trip across the border is a great way to experience the sights and sounds of Malaysia’s biggest city without the burden of revising your travel plans. Drive around city landmarks like the Petronas Twin Towers, the National Museum and Batu Caves and stop for tours and photo opportunities.
Sentosa - The State of Fun...over a hundred years ago, this island was where the pirates used to hide out and it was known as the Pulau Blakang Mati - the island where death lurks behind. At one time, it was a British military fortress and after the Japanese Occupation in WWII, the island was renamed "Sentosa" - the island of peace and tranquility.
Sentosa has converted over the course of its notable history into a beloved island resort, best known for its tropical beaches, luxurious restaurants and exciting sights.
Please take note:
From 8th February 2020 to 6th March 2020, the operating hours for Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium will be from 10am to 6pm daily.