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Sentosa 4D AdventureLand is a popular entertainment zone and theme park located on Singapore's Sentosa Island - an excellent attraction for visitors of all ages. Its three main experiences include - "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island", "Extreme Log Ride" and "Desperados". Journey 2: The Mysterious Island is a new 4-D movie experience that features 3-D imaging and unique special effects such as wind scent and water sprays for an unforgettable movie experience. Extreme Log Ride is a 4-D motion simulated ride that takes visitors through ravines and down valleys in a virtual roller-coaster, while Desperados is a 4-D interactive shoot-out game that is yet another popular attraction....more

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Sentosa 4D AdventureLand is a popular entertainment zone and theme park located on Singapore's Sentosa Island - an excellent attraction for visitors of all ages. Its three main experiences include - "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island", "Extreme Log Ride" and "Desperados". Journey 2: The Mysterious Island is a new 4-D movie experience that features 3-D imaging and unique special effects such as wind scent and water sprays for an unforgettable movie experience. Extreme Log Ride is a 4-D motion simulated ride that takes visitors through ravines and down valleys in a virtual roller-coaster, while Desperados is a 4-D interactive shoot-out game that is yet another popular attraction.

Ticket Price

A One-Day Adventure Pass (includes unlimited access to all three experiences) costs: S$ 38.90 for Adults and S$ 26.90 for Children (3-12 years old)

Opening Hour

10am - 9pm daily (last show starts 8.45pm)

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 2-3 hours

Suitable For

Adults, Families,Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers

Must See

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Extreme Log Ride and Desperados

Prayer Facilities

Plenty of open space will be available for Muslim travellers looking for prayer facilities at Sentosa 4D AdventureLand. It is possible to enquire with staff members for a private area that can be used during prayer times.

Halal Food

Though plenty of dining options are available on the island, it is recommended that visitors enquire about the availability of Halal food. Visitors could also bring along a few snacks with them from the main city or pay a quick visit to a few of the Halal restaurants in the city centre for meals, which is just a short distance away.

Redemption Method

Redemption Location:

51B, Imbiah Road, Sentosa 099708. Last Admission at 20:15 hrs
 
Redemption Instruction:
 

1) Please present this redemption voucher at the mentioned redemption location.
2) Lead travelling party holding this redemption voucher must present a valid photo identification for this exchange.
3) This voucher is non-transferable, non-refundable and void if altered. 
4) This voucher may not be copied, resold or duplicated.
5 This voucher is valid for one-time redemption.
6) There will be no refund for unused pass either in part or full.
7) This voucher cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed and is valid only for the event and date for which it is valid.
8) If the voucher has already been redeemed, you will be denied with redemption of tickets.
9) For any last-minute changes, emergencies and other matters, please contact City Tours at +65 6738 3338 or 6738 9897 or email: reservation@citytours.sg
10) Each attraction is only valid for ONE (01) time use.
11) Please be reminded to use all your attractions entitlement before the expiry date stated above.
 

Additional Info:


• Transportation to & from the attractions are not included.
• No pick-up service will be provided

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