is one of the most popular tourist resort of the world and in order to attract tourists, better communication infrastructure is a must. No one would like to spend a holiday in a place which is not well connected with the city. Let us check out the present transport system status of Sentosa Island.
The Singapore Cable Car provides an aerial link from Mount Faber of Singapore
to Sentosa through the Keppel Harbour. It has got a significant historical connotation as it started in 1974 creating a world record. This was the first cable system of the world spread over a harbour.
The second option is an advanced mode of transport of Sentosa Island
, Sentosa Express. SGD$140 million Sentosa Express monorail is now a pride of the land. The route is divided into four stations named as Sentosa, Waterfront, Imbiah, Beach. Some important information should be given at this juncture about the Waterfront station. It is the second station that is located next to Resorts World. As par the plan, the Integrated Resort is to be completed in 2010 and that is located near the old ferry terminal.
Sentosa Express is indeed a landmark in the history of transport of Sentosa Island
as the total journey takes only 3- 4 minutes. Fortunately a single day Sentosa Pass
allows unlimited rides to the travelers. The pass includes travel by the Sentosa Express, Sentosa Buses, Trams and admission fee into Sentosa. And one can get the pass from any one of the active station counters. Both the cash payments and payments through Internet and credit cards are allowed for the convenience
of the tourists who may not like to carry heavy cash while they are on a tour.And the third option in the transport of Sentosa Island is the bus, the most common mode of transport
. Blue, Yellow, Red and Green lines are running on the roads of Sentosa Island since 1998. Tram service is also on and you can take ride on the Beach Train for internal communication.
This makes quite clear why Sentosa Island is getting more and more popular holiday destination day by day. Better communication and transport system
provide a positive support to the growth of tourism and Sentosa is not an exception to this theory.
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