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Its just a normal train going back and forth from VivoCity to Sentosa Island.
Cost SGD4 per ticket, you can use the EZlink card as well to enter.
But i realised the door close quite fast, maybe they shold program it a little longer because...More
We took the bus over to Sentosa Island but spotted the express train so decided to use it for the return journey.
Pleasantly surprised to find there was no charge and the train glided back across to terminate in one of the MRT stations on...More
A quick trip by MRT from our hotel brought us to Harbour Front station where we joined the Sentosa Express. The monorail is a fast and efficient service and the cost of entry to the island is included in the ticket.
The monorail is free to ride within Sentosa and going out from the island to Vivocity. Frequent trains and well-managed queues. Parked at beach carpark and took the monorail to all the various attractions.
Response from Kaustav B | Reviewed this property |
Depends on what you want to visit. Within Sentosa there are three stations which are accessible through the monorail. But in USS there’s some walking involved as the entire place has to be covered on foot and one has to... More
Depends on what you want to visit. Within Sentosa there are three stations which are accessible through the monorail. But in USS there’s some walking involved as the entire place has to be covered on foot and one has to stand in queue for at least 40-50 mins for each rides. You can purchase separate priority passes which will shorten the queue.
No, you have to buy tickets to get into Universal Studios. You can get these at Sentosa, just outside the entrance. The Sentosa Express costs S$5 from Vivo City, but once on Sentosa you can use it as much as you like.
Hi there, I've been there before10am (last Sep). Individual shops were closed when I arrived but escalators (and maybe some lifts) were operating. Just follow the 'sentosa express' sign and go straight to the 3rd floor ;)