We purchased the 2 flights ticket. Be aware that actually flying time is aprox 45 seconds per flight. The whole experience though, with training etc takes about 75 mins. Overall, a nice new experience for us.
Very fun activity & easy to do. We didn’t realise but much more cost effective to do more rides as a few £ more. Only negatives would be: 1. The tracks are quite short and over quickly 2. The photos taken with helmets did not sync up properly so we did not get any. It’s a cable seat back up to the top which is an added experience. Restaurants and food carts at the bottom & easy access to the beach.
More challenging than you thing. Only for these ones who would like to push their limits and make the jumps in the air. From ground it is quite simple but when you climb up you could have different feelings enjoy 😉
There are many activities for everyone in the family ranging from SEA aquarium, water theme park, Universal Studio Singapore, Casino, shopping, F&B outlets, various ad how events like Van Gogh Immersive experience etc.
Good for family outing with younger kids. Those who like shooting game will enjoy Zombie Buster. People who like roller coaster rides can try Storm Blizzad, Jungle Rafting, Flying Dive, Extreme train. Jump Jump was interesting as the visual was not bad. Overall quite a fun place but older people may not be interested.
My six year old was left hanging while the attendant browsed her phone. She ignored my plea for her to get off her phone, and continued scrolling through her social media. I asked to speak to a manager only to be told he wasn’t available.
We saw this attraction listed on the web before our trip to Singapore. The website looks great and offers more than one game style, which is what our skirmish fan liked about this location.
Then we arrived on Sentosa.
There is road works on the way, with little information until the Siloso Point Cable terminal and then a walk over the road. Luckily we had researched the location prior to our trip and had a keen skirmish fan with us.
So we walked and walked to the Point. this part not too bad. Then we spoke to the attendant in the partial camo tent who advised us that we have another 20mins to wait before our game.
For a better experience for the players, at least at this point, the outdoor 'waiting' room would greatly benefit from shade. Either a structure or advance planting as the sun was reflecting off the nearby concrete and road surfaces.
Then it was time for our game. We were teamed up with another patient family and were advised of the rules and safety. We were advised where to shoot as the sensors do not pick up each shot only the gun and shoulder.
Our 'advisor' during the game advised that no need to protect the "base" and to engage the other team and enter their structure.
The time in the air conditioning went quicker than the waiting time outside in the sun.