Sentosa Island, Singapore

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    Nice way to save some money for groups or families

    by cokes Updated May 7, 2012

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    When traveling to Sentosa ,I got a nice tip from a friend in Singapore which showed us a nice way to save money. If you a large family and large group and on a budget when traveling with the MRT to Sentosa. Get off at the Harbour Front station and head into Vivo City mall instead of going to the top of Vivo City mall where you`ll get the Monorail to Sentosa. Just follow the signs that says boardwalk and Promenade. As you progress you`ll see a Promenade sign that leads you outside Vivo city and you have about a 500m walk across the bridge to Sentosa Island whereby you can stop and take pics of the harbour front and it will save you 2$ Singapore per person.

    I`m sure some people might be saying they ain`t cheap and just take the monorail but any bugdet travelers ,traveling in group or family could find this useful especially if you making multiple trips to Sentosa Island.

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    Sentosa Island

    by Carino Written Oct 16, 2005

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    Sentosa Island is a nice spot to escape from the city. As a first time visitor I chose to do a tour which included Admission, Cable Car, Merlion, Sky Tower and Fort Siloso. Sky Tower and Cable Car were good things to do, Merlion and Fort Siloso were not very nice sights. The whole thing cost S$ 25.90.

    Sky Tower Merlion Cable Car
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    Orchid Gardens @ Sentosa

    by snuggie Written Feb 17, 2006

    Don't miss this place you love flowers specially Orchids - the national flowers of Singapore.Here you will find many types of orchids. There is a church inside where many newly weds came to take their wedding pictures.

    Admission is free!

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