Sentosa Bus Services

Sentosa is an island resort south of Singapore, connected to the mainland by a road bridge. The leisure destination hosts many attractions and is frequented by locals and tourists alike. The most prominent attraction, Resorts World Sentosa, is served by bus services from the mainland.

Buses are one of a few main modes of transport within the island, alongside the Sentosa Express monorail, Cable car, Beach tram and other private bus services.

The Sentosa Bus

There are three main bus routes within Sentosa Island, offering free travel. Bus 1 and 2 ply similar routes in opposite directions, while Bus 3 connects to attractions on the eastern side of Sentosa.

Sentosa Bus 1 Beach Station – Imbiah Lookout – Siloso Point – Resorts World Sentosa – Beach Station
Sentosa Bus 2 Beach Station – Resorts World Sentosa – Siloso Point – Imbiah Lookout – Beach Station
Sentosa Bus 3 Beach Station – Sentosa Cove / W Hotel – Palawan Beach – Sentosa Golf Club – Sofitel Singapore – Beach Station

Resorts World Sentosa

Resorts World Sentosa Services are bus services that serve Resorts World Sentosa. They were introduced to provide enhanced bus connectivity to Resorts World Sentosa. All services terminate at Resorts World Sentosa basement terminal.

Bus Services Description
Service RWS8 RWS ↺ Telok Blangah Road
Introduced on 09 Jan 2010, primary bus link between HarbourFront and RWS
Service RWS68
Planned route from RWS ↺ Outram Park MRT, plans shelved after declining demand for RWS88
Service RWS88 RWS ↺ City Hall MRT (Coleman St / Opp The Adelphi)
Introduced on 30 Jan 2010, withdrawn 27 Dec 2010 due to declining demand
Service 188R Choa Chu Kang ↔ RWS
Introduced on 01 May 2010, charges express fares
Service 963R Woodlands ↔ RWS
Introduced on 01 May 2010, charges express fares
NightRider NR1 RWS ↺ Yishun Ring Road
Extended to RWS on 29 Jan 2010
NightRider NR6 RWS ↺ Anchorvale Drive
Extended to RWS on 29 Jan 2010

RWS8 is the only service to serve Resorts World Sentosa daily. 188R and 963R only operates on weekends and public holidays. NR1 and NR6 are overnight services only operating on Fridays. Saturdays and eves of Public Holidays.


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