Beach Station Bus Terminal

Beach Station Bus Terminal, or Beach Station (Transfer Hub), is located on the southern coast of Sentosa Island, between Siloso and Palawan beach. Connected to Beach Station of the Sentosa Express monorail line, the transfer hub serves Sentosa Bus Routes, the Beach Tram, and other shuttle bus services. Nearby attractions include Songs of the Sea, iFly Singapore, Skyline Luge Sentosa and the Animal And Bird Encounters.

From 30 Jul 2017, SBS Transit Service 123 will be the first public bus service to call at Beach Station Bus Terminal, providing daily connections to mainland Singapore.

Details:

Name Beach Station Bus Terminal | 海滩巴士终站
Address 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 884011
Anchor Operator Sentosa Development Corporation
Bus Routes 1 (SBS Transit), 3 (Sentosa Internal), Beach Tram, other Shuttle Bus Services
Berths 13 End-on berths (Inclusive of 2 Wheelchair-Accessible Berths)
Rail Connection  S4   Beach Station
Beach Station Transfer Hub - Beach Tram lane
Beach Station Transfer Hub – Beach Tram lane

Beach Station Bus Terminal was opened in January 2007 in tandem with the opening of the Sentosa Express Monorail. The large, sheltered Transfer Hub contains a bus terminus and tram stop, built underneath the Sentosa Express Monorail Depot which occupies the upper floor.

The bus terminus is used as the terminating point for SBS Transit Bus Service 123, Sentosa Bus A & B, and also utilised by other shuttle bus services. A paved road (Siloso Beach Walk) also cuts through the Transfer Hub, and is used as a Beach Tram Lane, where passengers board and alight from the Sentosa Beach Tram.

Sentosa Bus Reorganisation

As part of a reorganisation of Sentosa bus services, from 30 Jul 2017 onwards, Sentosa Buses 1, 2 and 3 will be reorganized into two routes, Bus A and Bus B. The terminal will also be served by public bus services to the Singapore mainland, with the route amendment of Service 123 to serve the terminal.

Two end-on berths were also modified to accommodate wheelchair boarding and alighting, in preparation for the wheelchair-accessible Service 123.

Bus Services:

Service 123 Beach Station – Tiong Bahru MRT – Orchard – Queensway – Bukit Merah
Sentosa Bus A Beach Station – Imbiah Lookout – Siloso Point – Resorts World Sentosa – Beach Station
Sentosa Bus B Beach Station – Sentosa Cove / W Hotel – Palawan Beach – Sentosa Golf Club – Beach Station
Sentosa Bus C Beach Station – Resorts World Sentosa – Imbiah Lookout – Siloso Point – Beach Station
Sentosa Golf Club Shuttle Beach Station – Sentosa Golf Club
Shuttle to HarbourFront Beach Station → HarbourFront MRT
One-way shuttle bus service operating every Friday – Sunday and Public Holidays, 6pm to 9pm

 

Tram Services:

Beach Tram (Westbound) Beach Station – Siloso Beach – Siloso Point (Loop)
Beach Tram (Eastbound) Beach Station – Palawan Beach – Tanjong Beach (Loop)

The Beach Tram service suspends operations between 7:00pm to 8:30pm daily due to the large crowd egress from Wings of Time.


Gallery:

 

End July 2017

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5 thoughts on “Beach Station Bus Terminal

  • 15 July 2020 at 10:13 PM
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    I feel 963 should end at this terminal instead.963R can scrap already and introduce 855R instead.

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  • 3 May 2020 at 4:12 PM
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    Can close Habourfront Int and buses can relocate to here, not needing to serve RWS. Bus 123 must delete the sectors serving RWS

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  • 3 April 2020 at 12:41 AM
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    I think we need a Go-Ahead Singapore(First Go-Ahead longest bus route) should end at this terminal from Compassvale Int to Bishan Rd(Opp Raffles Inst)(duplicate Svc 50 towards Bishan Int) Bishan Rd(Opp Raffles Inst)-Farrer Rd-Queensway(Blk 166) (duplicate Svc 93 towards HarbourFront Int) then goes along Jln Bt Merah (Pk Hotel Alexandra to Blk 119) and turn to Lower Delta Rd(Opp Cendex Ctr to Blk 105), Kg Bahru Rd(Opp Mt Faber Lodge) and then Sentosa Gateway(RWS – Beach Ter). Svc Number I don’t yet in my mind! I hope you will do this route! If not maybe LTA can do better route or d[o some amendments.

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  • 28 July 2019 at 3:05 PM
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    Extend or introduce another service to here.

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  • 27 September 2017 at 6:55 PM
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    I think service 120 should extend this terminal from Telok Blangah Height and called RWS in both direction together with service 123. Meaning service 120 will serve from New Bridge Rd Ter to Beach Stn Ter.

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