Sentosa promos and discounts for NTUC members
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Whenever we seek respite from the normalities of our day-to-day lives, Sentosa is a little island of promise that waits for us just across the boardwalk. From beach clubs to USS’ thrills and frills, Sentosa is brimming with fun activities and chill spots for all those in need of a little change of scenery.
For NTUC members, things get even better this 2019. Sentosa’s latest tie-up with NTUC spells a year of free island admission and discounts on dining, hotels and attractions. Here’s a sneak peek of what your NTUC membership entitles you to:
Free island admission
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No more feeling the pinch when you drive or take the Sentosa Express into Sentosa because from now till 30th June 2022, all NTUC members are entitled to free island admission* when you enter via car or the Sentosa Express!
*The free entry is valid all day on weekdays and from 7AM-12PM on the weekends.
Once you’re there, ride the Singapore Cable Car – Sentosa Line from the Merlion Plaza to Imbiah Lookout station and Siloso Beach for you to conquer all that the State of Fun has to offer for just $4.50 (U.P. $15). You can also top-up just S$10 for a Sky Pass that’ll entitle you to one round trip on the Mount Faber Line and Sentosa Line.
Your membership will also get you 10% off Cable Car Sky Dining in the Stardust Cabin and 10% off when you shop the Singapore Cable Car Gift Shop with a minimum spend of S$10
Up to 50% OFF attractions
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Saving island admission is one thing to celebrate, but add 1-FOR-1 Admission to the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, 1-FOR-1 rides on Wave House‘s FlowRider, and a whole slew of discounts to the list.
If you’ve always loved the idea of skydiving but could never bring yourself to actually jump out of a moving plane, tick indoor skydiving off your bucket list. iFly Singapore is giving all NTUC members 30% off their Teaser Package (U.P. $89) for you to free fall and somersault to your heart’s content.
Families with little ones can revel in the fact that you’ll also be granted free entry to Wings of Time along with 30% off standard seat tickets and 10% off snacks at Show Bites with a minimum spend of $10.
Take this opportunity to visit your fave celebs in the flesh wax at Madame Tussauds Singapore and get 50% off your 2nd ticket.
Other discounts include:
- KidZania Singapore – 10% off adult and kid tickets
- Sentosa 4D AdventureLand – 15% off 4-in-1 combo tickets
- Sentosa Fun Pass™ – 15% off all Sentosa Fun Pass™
- Sentosa FUN Shops – 10% off merchandise with a min. spend of $10
- 30% OFF Sentosa Merlion Tickets
- 10% OFF Merlion Café with min. spend of $10
- Wave House Sentosa – 1-for-1 on the FlowRider for first-time riders, $30 nett/pax and $50 nett/pax for Catch-a-Wave and food deals
From 10% off when you dine at Sentosa
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If lounging in the sun with a cocktail in hand does wonders to recharge your tired spirit, you can look forward to pocketing some savings on your next trip to the beach. Flash your NTUC membership card when you hit up Sentosa’s line of beach bars and restaurants and instantly get discounts from 10% off the total bill*.
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Settle in at Coastes for a hearty breakfast or midday refuel of pizzas, burgers, seafood mains, beach bites along with refreshing cocktails and get 10% off your total bill on Mondays to Fridays*.
Or pop by Ola Beach Club for a taste of Hawaii with dishes like the Kua’aina Burger), Ahi Poke and Loco Moco where you’ll get 15% off the bill*.
*Not applicable on eve of public holidays and public holidays.
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That same discount also applies to their range of adrenaline-pumping water sports such as their hydroflight Jetpack and JetBlade or the thrilling banana boat. If you’re in the market for something a little less intense, you can opt for standup paddleboard or kayaking instead.
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Level up your dining experience with the same alfresco vibes at Faber Peak’s Arbora where you’ll also get 10% off the bill with a minimum spend of $50.
Other participating merchants:
- Bikini Bar – 10% off the total bill (Mon-Fri, excluding PHs)
- Dusk Restaurant & Bar – 10% off the total bill with a min. spend of $80
- Good Old Days – 10% off the total bill with a min. spend of $30
- Mykonos On The Bay – 10% off the total bill
- Sand bar – 10% off the total bill (Mon-Fri, excluding PHs)
- SolePomodoro Trattoria Pizzeria – 10% off the total bill
* Terms and conditions apply.
Discounted stays at Amara Sanctuary Resort and Siloso Beach Resort
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For the year ahead, you’ll feel less of the pinch when you treat yourself to a staycation or two with your NTUC membership. Book Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa‘s Deluxe room at rates that start from S$240++/night inclusive of complimentary breakfast for 2, S$10 dining credit at their inhouse restaurant, Shutters, and a S$38 spa voucher to Spa Luna.
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It’s no Bali, but a night’s stay at Siloso Beach Resort might make you forget you’re in Singapore completely. Not only will you save on that hefty ticket to Bali, but your NTUC membership will also save you an additional 10% when you book their Deluxe room or Garden Suite.
This includes all the perks – you’ll be tucking into a hot buffet breakfast for 2 and learning about the resort’s green initiatives on an eco-tour. And if you like it so much you decide to book another staycay there in the future, your membership also entitles you 30% off your second-night stay!
Save more at Sentosa with NTUC
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For those who’ve yet to jump on the NTUC membership bandwagon, there’s no better time than the present. Go beyond just saving money on your weekly groceries and petrol and use your NTUC membership to maximise your fun at Sentosa!
The listed deals are valid for a whole year until 30th June 2020. And if you still need convincing, you can find the full list of privileges from travel and enrichment classes to birthday treats and entertainment an NTUC membership will unlock here.
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