Don’t Say Bojio: Free ‘Tokens’ in Sentosa That’ll Allow You to Visit Attractions for Free


Last Updated on 2020-07-29 , 4:58 pm

As an expert has pointed out that travelling overseas for a holiday is impossible for the “foreseeable future”:

Does that mean you have to go through the daily grind until the day you can finally fly out of Changi Airport?

No, not really.

At least, not if you decide that the island of fun isn’t just for tourists, but locals as well.

And that’s exactly what Sentosa is trying to do, by giving you tokens to enjoy free admission to their attractions:


Don’t Say Bojio: Free ‘Tokens’ in Sentosa That’ll Allow You To Visit Attractions for Free

If you’re a Singaporean or PR, I’ve got great news for you.

You can visit Sentosa’s website: to sign up for free Sentosa fun passes.


Sign up is very easy and all you need is a valid email address, your name and your residential address.

Complete it and you’ll be brought to this particular page where you can get started on redeeming your free passes:


To redeem, you will first have to book a date of visit and choose where you want to redeem your fun passes from:


Redemption must be made in person and can be collected at any Sentosa Ticketing Counter.

Each household is eligible to 20 tokens and two Sentosa Fun Passes will be issued, preloaded with 10 tokens each.

Better move fast because registration and redemption of the free Sentosa Fun Passes will only be valid until 31 Mar 2021.

What Attractions Are Available For The Tokens?

When Sentosa says free entry to attractions, they mean it.

Here is the range of attractions your 20 tokens can be used for:

  • S.E.A Aquarium
  • AJ Hackett
  • Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure
  • Madame Tussauds Singapore
  • Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom (Pending reopening)
  • Headrock VR
  • iFly Singapore
  • Sentosa Cable Car
  • Wings of Time (Pending reopening)
  • Mega Adventure Park
  • Trick Eye Museum
  • Nestopia (Pending reopening)
  • Sentosa Island Bus Tour

Of course, for some of these attractions, 20 tokens are more than enough to get the full package for places while for others, it’s only enough for part of the package:

Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)

But hey, at least it’s a good deal, right?

So if you’re having cabin fever but don’t feel like spending too much on dates outside, this could be the perfect deal for you.

Again, you can register for your free Sentosa tokens here.


Terms & Conditions Apply:

  • Free Sentosa Fun Pass (20 Tokens ) will be issued in 2 Sentosa Fun Passes each loaded with 10 Tokens.
  • The tokens in the Free Sentosa Fun Pass cannot be combined into 1 Sentosa Fun Pass.
  • Registration for Free Sentosa Fun Pass can only be done via from now till 31 March 2021.
  • Redemption of Free Sentosa Fun Pass must be made by 31 March 2021, while stocks last.
  • Per registered household is entitled to only a 1-time redemption of 2 Sentosa Fun Passes loaded with 10 Tokens each.
  • Redemption of Free Sentosa Fun Pass can be made at any Sentosa Ticketing Counter.
  • This redemption is only valid for locals and residents in Singapore.
  • Redemption must be made in person.
  • Free Sentosa Fun Passes are valid for 2 consecutive days and time stipulated, or until the closure of attractions, whichever is earlier.
  • Free Sentosa Fun Passes cannot be topped up with additional tokens.
  • Free Sentosa Fun Passes are not exchangeable for cash; any unused balance will not be refunded and cannot be replaced if lost, damaged or expired.
  • The Free Sentosa Fun Passes cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions, offers or discounts.
  • Island admission and transportation charges apply separately when appropriate.
  • Free Sentosa Fun Passes are only applicable at participating attractions.
  • For more information on the participating attractions, please visit
  • Sentosa Fun Pass terms and conditions apply.
  • Please refer to for the operating hours of the respective attractions.
  • Sentosa reserves the right to make changes without further notice to information herein.

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