Friday, 28 September 2018
PMD users, cyclists among groups to enjoy free entry into Sentosa from 1 October
Personal mobility device (PMD) users and cyclists will be able to enjoy free entry into Sentosa from 1 October onwards, said the Sentosa Development Corporation in a press release on Friday (28 September).
The initiative, which allows PMD users and cyclists to explore the island resort’s on-road and off-road cycling trails, is part of SDC’s “commitment to cultivate a car-lite Singapore”.
In addition, organisations, community and school groups entering Sentosa via chartered coaches on weekdays - excluding public holidays - will be able to enter the island for free from 1 October as well.
Entry fees via the Sentosa Express will be halved to $2 for selected Transitlink concession card holders include senior citizens, persons with disabilities, workfare transport Transitlink concession card holders, as well as primary, secondary, junior college and ITE student Transitlink concession card holders. TransitLink child concession card holders can enter the island for free.
The free entry is good for 2 years.