Sentosa City Break

  • Destination: Singapore
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Price: $480

Fun island … themed entertainment … tropical resort … nature park … Singapore’s Island Resort.
A former fishing village turned British military base, Sentosa was transformed into an idyllic island resort in 1972 for the enjoyment and recreation of everyone. To describe Sentosa as merely one thing or another would do no justice to the multiple facets of this island jewel half a kilometer south of Singapore. After all, it is the variety and versatility that make Sentosa (meaning peace and tranquility in Malay ) different and special for millions of visitors from all around the world. And unlike any other vacation destination, you are right on the fringe of the city’s buzz, which is just minutes away by cable car, ferry or via a 710-meter road link.

Day 1

Singapore Arrival

Arrive at Singapore airport and transfer by your seat in coach to your hotel in Sentosa. Post lunch, spend the evening at Sentosa. The Sentosa ticket includes admission to One Way Cable Car Ride, Dolphin Lagoon, Song of the Seas and Under Water World. Overnight at the hotel in Sentosa.

Accommodation :

Deluxe : Festive Hotel/similar****

Premium : Sentosa Resort & Spa/similar*****

Day 2


Today you have the opportunity of exploring the Universal Studio. Enter the thrilling world of movie magic as you “Ride the Movies” on roller coasters and other movie-themed attractions. Be dazzled and delighted by an immersive entertainment experience that brings the silver screen to life. Overnight at the hotel.

Accommodation :

Deluxe : Festive Hotel/similar****

Premium : Sentosa Resort & Spa/similar*****

Day 3

Singapore Departure

Breakfast and this morning transfer from your Sentosa hotel to Singapore Airport for your flight to onwards destination.Carry home stuuning memories of your fantaboulous tour.


    • 02 night’s accommodation
    • Daily breakfast except on day 1
    • Return airport transfers on seat in coach basis
    • Sentosa Ticket
  • Rates valid till 30th Sep 2014