September school holidays aren’t cancelled! Get that holiday feeling in Singapore with Sentosa’s new staycation deals and 1-for-1 offers on dining and activities
We so missed Sentosa during lockdown. The good news is that it’s now open so you can make up for lost time this September school holidays! Sentosa abounds with kid-friendly restaurants, free activities, and themed attractions (Universal Studios, MegaZip, Trick Eye Museum to name a few). There’s literally something for everyone no matter what you enjoy doing. It’s free to enter Sentosa during September, and you can also get $5 off your Grab ride to Sentosa (promo code “SentosaFun”). Best of all, Sentosa is putting on some unmissable deals and promotions for the rest of the year! Read on for all the latest staycation deals (stay 3 /pay 2), 1-for-1 attractions, and 1-for-1 dining deals in Sentosa.
Spend September School Holidays at Sentosa
Before you go: To make the most out of your time at Sentosa, you’ll want to get the Sentosa Fun Pass™. This pass is your one-stop ticket to activities, dining and more on Sentosa where the more you play, the more you save! Select 60, 90 or 120 Tokens and get up to 55% savings on over 70 products and experiences from many of those listed below, plus others like iFly Singapore, Nestopia and S.E.A. Aquarium. For amazing savings grab Mastercard’s 1-for-1 promotion on the 60 Tokens Sentosa FUN PASS from 1 September to 30 November (while stocks last).
Morning: Thrill-seekers will want to check out the SKY PARK by AJ Hackett Sentosa (famous for their Bungy Jump). There’s up to 52% off family activities so psych the troops up and swoop through the rainforest at 120km/hr on the Giant Swing. As the sun heats up, you’ll want to chill in cool air-con so we’ve got two attractions to recommend. If you have older kids who are fans of sports and movie stars, head over to Madame Tussaud’s Singapore. Grab 1-for-1 tickets to this world-famous museum where you can take selfies with wax statue celebrities from all over the world. Another kind of photo opportunity awaits at Trick Eye Museum. This spot is guaranteed to be a hit with the whole family, thanks to the endless fun optical illusions. Enjoy entry to Trick Eye Museum and get 1 HeadRock VR Blue Ride (virtual reality mini-theme park arcade with rides) at $25/adult (U.P. $40), $20/child (U.P. $35).
Lunchtime: You’ll probably be getting hungry by now so have lunch at one of the many dining establishments with great deals on during September school holidays! If the kids love pizza, there is a 1-for-1 offer on pizzas at kid-friendly Trapizza, Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa. Coastes offers a free main course with every 3 mains purchased and there is a 1-for-1 offer on mains and house pours at Ola Beach Club too. When the family is ready for dessert, head over to Gelatissimo for 1-for-1 on gelato or grab a 1-for-1 ala carte dessert at Solepomodoro Trattoria Pizzeria over on Quayside Isle.
Afternoon: For a serene afternoon, how about cycling around Sentosa with the family? Rent bicycles at Gogreen Segway® Bicycle and get 1 hour of Free and Easy Bicycle Rental at $9.90. Families with little kids can stick to the coastline where it’s very flat while more experienced riders can head for the hills. For something even more chilled hop on the Cable Car Sentosa Line, for a sightseeing trip with stunning views where there’s a deal for a Round Trip at Local Prices ($3 Adult /$2 Child). While history buffs should check out Fort Siloso (free entry), the site of the Japanese surrender to the British in WWII and the treetop Fort Siloso Skywalk (free entry).
Evening: You may be starting to realize that there is so much to do at Sentosa that you’ll really need more than one day to make up for lost time these school hols! Why not really make the most of the school break and stay a few nights at Sentosa? There are some fab “Stay 3 Nights, Pay for 2 Nights” offers on at Capella Singapore, ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove Singapore and The Barracks Hotel. While Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa has a package for $538++/night for family of 4 with complimentary meals.
Safety: Just a note while you’re on Sentosa: safe distancing measures remain in place so wear that mask, keep 1 metre apart and remember that attractions will have restrictions on their operating capacity (always call ahead to verify availability).
It’s fair to say we love taking the kids to Sentosa (so much so that we wrote a whole Sentosa guide here)! If you are tempted to holiday in Sentosa this year, book that staycay, restaurant and attraction deal now while these offers are still on! Happy holidays!
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Lead image credit: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa; Image #1: SKYPARK by AJ Hackett Sentosa; Image #2: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa; Food images: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa (pizza), Greenwood Fish Market (seafood); Image #4: Capella Hotel Singapore