Is it better to order and pay for entrance tickets to attractions from here in the UK or but them there? Thanks.
""but them there"" is the most recommended way.
Thank you for your reply, I did mean BUY them there!
Of course, it's quite understandable and easy to read enough, no problem.
Autocorrect plays tricks with us all.
You are most welcome.
Buying here in the UK, or in advance from anywhere starts to lose flexibility - now the longer you stay the more flexibility you can lose but if the tickets start to lock dates down and the day turns out unsuitable - poor weather, you being tired or on the unfortunate side ill maybe - and the money is lost.
Queues are generally small or fast moving - I rarely queue more than 5 mins in Singapore. There are exceptions but they are essentially all time of day related/situational and so can be evaded - eg arriving at the Zoo just after a coach tour drops off and the buses arrive isn't the best idea but get there 20mins before and 1minute queue.
I generally buy all my tickets in Singapore, at the gate. There are a few bundle passes that I will use but I always try to get the other parts out of the way before buying another (Parkhopper I commonly use, sometimes a pass on Sentosa, and sometimes museum combo tickets).