It’s almost September. You know what that means? It means Mercury is no longer in retrograde and that the 1-week September school holiday is almost here.

That’s right. From 1 to 16 September 2018, all Singapore residents will get free entry into Sentosa as the island gears up for Southeast Asia’s largest sand festival, the Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition!

Free Admission For All Modes Of Entry

Whether you’re entering via the Sentosa Express trains or driving in with Singapore-registered vehicles, admission fees will be waived.

Sentosa Sandsation
Image Credit: RSBU

Other modes of entry such as crossing over via the Sentosa Boardwalk from VivoCity and taking the SBS Bus 123 will remain free.

Sand-sational Sculptures

The Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition will feature 15 larger-than-life sand sculptures of our beloved MARVEL characters such as Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor.

Sentosa Sandsation
Image Credit: Sentosa Official

What’s more, there will also be a competition where 14 of the world’s best sand sculptors will take part in a MARVEL-themed sand sculpting showdown.

Sentosa Sandsation
Image Credit: Sentosa

You can catch the sand sculptors at work if you visit Sentosa from 1 to 3 September 2018.

Admission to Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition is free.

Dress Up And Win

Lastly, stand to win $700 worth of credits from Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore and $250 worth of credits from Capella Singapore when you dress up for Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition!

All you have to do is take a photo of yourself posing in your superhero costume at Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition, upload it to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #sentosasandsation before 2 September 2018, 11:59pm!

So this September school holiday, it’s time to take the family to Sentosa!

Sentosa Sandsation: MARVEL Edition
Venue: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Date: 1 – 16 Sep 2018
Website

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(Header Image Source: RSBU)

 
 
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