A few weeks ago, I read that the Sentosa Boardwalk has opened.
Just before Chinese New Year, I decided try the walk, and walked into Sentosa to meet my brother who was having fun at Universal Studios.
I was wondering if it was free or do I have to pay the usual admission charges to enter Sentosa when I walk in. It seems I only need to pay $1 at the turnstile just before going inside Sentosa Island where Resorts World is.
It was quite a nice walk. There were so many kinds of flowers and plants that they have planted along the way, and they were divided into different themes. It was good that the weather was not very hot and the breeze was cooling.
If you like the sun, you can walk in the open air part of the boardwalk.
If you are in a rush or do not like the sun, there's the covered version and a travelator to save you the walking!
I was in a rush to get inside Universal Studios to maximise my time inside, so I 'walked' on the travelator all the way in. It probably took me around 10 minutes or less to 'walk' (it was more like standing) in.
Tips to save money on your trip inside Sentosa:
I would recommend taking the boardwalk in and pay only $1. When you are coming out, take the Monorail out.
(You only pay once for the entrance fee to get into Sentosa. Boardwalk costs $1, Sentosa or RWS Buses costs $2 and if you take the Monorail, $3. When you are leaving the island, there are no more payment to take any form of transport out. So take the monorail out, it's the fastest and most convenient way out)