|Sentosa Island Singapore|
|Sentosa Broadwalk Singapore|
Sentosa Broadwalk is a foot bridge that connects Vivo City, a shopping mall connected to the HarbourFront MRT Station, to Sentosa Island. Its roughly a 600 metre walk upto the entry point to the island. use of the Sentosa Broadwalk is free upto December 31, 2016 after which they may start charging a fee of one Singapore Dollar per person. The Broadwalk is open 24 hours but the travellators work from 7.00am to midnight.
How to find the Sentosa Broadwalk
|Way to Sentosa Broadwalk at VivoCity Singapore|
When you arrive at HarbourFront MRT Station, look for Exit 'E' that takes you towards Sentosa Express Monorail (ViviCity Level 3) and Sentosa Boradwalk (ViviCity level 1). You will find sign boards pointing you towards Exit 'E' to go to Sentosa. Once inside VivoCity, again there are signs that will lead you towards the Broadwalk. You need to exit through a glass door from VivoCity and walk towards the bridge (See the picture above).
|Travellators in Singapore Sentosa Broadwalk|
|Viewing Gallery at Sentosa Singapore Broadwalk|
|Sentosa Broadwalk Entry Check Point to the Island|
Once on the bridge, you will find signs telling you how many metres more you need to walk. There are viewing galleries on the sides of the bridge to stand for a while and rest in case you get tired from walking. But really its not too much of a walk and can be comfortably done in about ten minutes. There are travellators too along the way to speed up your journey.
Entry to Sentosa
|Entry Points to Sentosa Singapore via Broadwalk|
|Entry Points to Sentosa Island Singapore via Broadwalk|
After the entry point to Sentosa on the Boradwalk, you may like to divert towards Resorts World Sentosa where the excellent free show "Crane Dance" of giant mechanical birds is staged every evening. Outside the entry point to Universal Studios here, you will find several food and entertainment options like the Malaysian Food Street, the fountains, the Trick Eye Museum (paid), the S.E.A. Aquarium (paid), etc. Or just hop onto a Sentosa Bus and head to the beaches.
|Posted by Narinder Singh|