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Sentosa Has Free Entry For Kids To iFly, AJ Hackett & HeadRock VR With Every Paying Adult This March

Sentosa March deals


If the year has been tough too March to handle so far, good news for kiddos and parents alike. Look no further than Sentosa for a day of R&R with the fam with free entry for kids to eight popular attractions on the island for some fun in the sun.

Head down from now till 31st March 2021 to redeem the following:


Free entry to AJ Hackett, iFly & HeadRock VR


It’s good to be young, more so this month than ever. With every paying adult, all young kids under 12 get a free pass to a variety of attractions on the island.

Thrill addicts will be familiar with AJ Hackett and its 12-storey high Giant Swing, which will take you up to speeds of 120KM/H. Now’s the best time to try it out as a parent-child pair as you’ll only have to fork out $59/adult (U.P.$59/child) for both to enjoy the ride.

If your heart can’t take leaping off a platform, simulate free-falling with your little one at a 1-for-1 price with iFly Singapore’s Teaser SkyDive ($66/adult, U.P. $66/child).

And if the digital world tickles your young one’s fancy more, there’s also HeadRock VR, where both of you can enjoy five of their 11 rides and games with the purchase of an Adventure 5 adult ticket ($50/adult, U.P. $40/child).

No worries if your young one isn’t an adrenaline junkie as more relaxing activities are also available, with the month-long promotion extending to Madame Tussauds, Gogreen and Singapore Cable Car:

  • Madame Tussauds 5-in-1 & Digipass – $30/adult (U.P. $18/child)
  • Gogreen Segway 500m Fun Ride – $21/adult (U.P $21/child)
  • Gogreen 1H Bike Rental  – $15/adult (U.P. $15/child)
  • Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass Round Trip – $35/adult (U.P. $25/child)
  • Sentosa Island Bus Tour (2-hour) – $25/adult (U.P. $20/child)

Otherwise, there’s also the luxurious option to let your kid’s pirate dreams come true with a sail on the Royal Albatross:

  • Rediscovery Breakfast Cruise – $133.75/adult (U.P. $101.65)
  • Sunset Sail/City Lights Dinner Cruise – $208.65/adult (U.P. $101.65)

Free monorail rides & $4 off Grab rides into Sentosa


To top it all off, transport prices won’t dig into the wallet with your next visit. Similar to last October’s promotion, the island is offering free Sentosa Monorail rides for all visitors (U.P. $4). The usual entry toll if you enter via car (U.P. $6) is waived as well. 

Those coming via Grab can also quote “SentosaFun” for $4 off their grab rides, available while quotes last.


Head to Sentosa for free kid’s entry this March


With the March school holidays right around the corner, this comes at the perfect time for those looking for an escapade without leaving the country. Gather the fam this March and spend a day at Sentosa with these deals. As we always hear, some of the best things in life do come free!

For more things to do in March, also read:


Cover image adapted from: TheSmartLocal

Kezia Tan

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