Your pass is valid for 5 consecutive days from date of first use.Start time
At your convenience (opening times of attractions may vary)Meeting Point
Your pre-purchased Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass can be collected from the outlets listed below, 24 hours after your booking:
Changi Airport Terminal 1 Arrival Hall
#01-K1, Arrival Hal T1, Singapore 819643
7.30am to 9pm, daily
Changi Airport Terminal 2 Arrival Hall
Counter 11, Arrival Hall T2, Singapore 819643
7.30am to 9pm, daily
Changi Airport Terminal 3 Arrival Hall
#01-K19, Arrival Hall T3, Singapore 819643
7.30am to 9pm, daily
Singapore Visitor Centre @ Orchard
216 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238898
10.30am to 9pm, daily
DUCK&HiPPO @ Suntec City
3 Temasek Boulevard, #01-330 Suntec Shopping Mall, Singapore 038983
9am to 6.30pm, daily
DUCK&HiPPO @ Singapore Flyer
30 Raffles Avenue, #01-06, Singapore 039803
9am to 8:30pm, daily
At your convenience
The Singapore Attractions Flexi Pass is the best way to witness such uniqueness and cover all the major landmarks of this great metropolis. Your card offers a fantastic way to save money while on vacation with your family and caters to everyone’s need.
With the Singapore Attractions Flexi Pass, get great savings on a package of completely flexible tickets to use at your own pace over 5 consecutive days from first use.
Entry to 3 or 5 major attractions of your choice, depending on the ticket option you decide to purchase. Choose from 13 top Singapore attractions including Singapore Zoo, Singapore Flyer, Madame Tussauds Singapore, SEA Aquarium and many more. You can even upgrade with an optional Universal Studios Singapore™ Admission.
Easily save up to 50 per cent on entry fees as compared to what you would pay if you bought individual tickets.
Your Singapore Attractions Flexi Pass gives you free access to some of the top sites of Singapore. It is packed with entry to 13 top attractions and things-to-do in Singapore, including the most popular attractions in the city. The pass allows you to plan your sightseeing as per your convenience without any time constraints. The Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass is a ‘smart card’ – like a credit card with a computer chip inside – which allows you cash-free entry to all participating attractions, over 5 consecutive days from first use. It is available as 3 or 5 ticket options and you can even upgrade with an optional Universal Studios Singapore™ Admission. Choose the package that suits you the best.
Once you’ve bought your ‘Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass’, you don’t have to pay to get into the attractions covered by the Pass. Simply show your card to the attendant at a participating attraction, they will swipe it through a special machine and you will be allowed entry.
The following are some of the attractions for which you will get a free entry ticket with the Singapore Attractions Flexi Pass:
• Alive Museum
• Gardens By the Bay
• Singapore Flyer
• Night Safari
• River Safari
• Singapore Zoo
• Moonlight Adventure
• Singapore DUCKtours
• SP Ho Ho Tour System
• Madame Tussauds Singapore
• S.E.A. Aquarium
• Jurong Bird Park
• Universal Studios Singapore™ (only if optional Universal Studios Singapore upgrade is purchased)
Note: Included attractions may change from time to time without prior notice. You many not return to an operator to obtain a benefit a second or subsequent time.
The card is valid for 3 months from date of purchase. Unused benefits expire 5 days from date of card activation.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
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