To answer all your queries
We bought half-annual pass ( Seasons pass ). So entry is totally free.
We upgraded to Express pass following, after waiting for 40 minutes on some rides. So we would only need to queue like say 5 minutes.
For parking, you can purchase the RWS membership card at $5.
This card allows you to accumulate points in RWS.
Don't worry, the points are small, but you only need $2.50 in accumulated points to get a FULL day parking free.
A full day parking at RWS is capped at $28.
The $2.50 in $Invites waived off the entire $28.
You probably can earn $2.50 $Invites point when you dine with your family at one restaurant outlet. It's that simple.
When you enter Sentosa, keep extreme left from the bridge. This entrance gets you into RWS parking without paying the $2 Sentosa entrance fee.
I made a mistake keeping right, paid $2. Then end up entering RWS parking again. LOL. Paid extra for nothing on a 700 metres longer route. .
But you are right, if go every weekend is going to be very boring.
So you can always plan your trip.
Cover the ground slowly.
Play one ride at a time.
Spend the afternoon dining and store shopping.
Take those indoor rides in day time.
Ride the rides in evenings or night where the sun is going home from work.
We actually couldn't cover all rides in a day.
So if you love rides, the annual pass is good because you don't have to spend more.
A day pass is $76
Annual pass $188
Annual with Express $318
Season pass $98
Season pass with Express $198
If you see, Season pass is $20 more.. SO it is definitely worth it than paying a day pass twice
OK me not selling USS tickets or RWS $Invites cards.. just sharing lobang hor.
But I feel that the RWS $Invite card is the most useful.
Because you can always get rebate parking for free whenever you enter Sentosa.
From there, you can go other attraction such as POLW , USS, seaworld, everything there.
Edited by carloverguy2017, 31 December 2018 - 12:27 PM.
It's PNE ! PLay Not Enough lah...