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Is Klook’s Singapore Multi Attraction Pass worth it?

Is Klook’s Singapore Multi Attraction Pass worth it?

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We all know Singapore is an expensive country and attraction tickets can get really pricey. One of the many ways to reduce travel cost is to get a city pass, which is a bundle ticket that allows you to visit various attractions at cheaper price.

The Singapore Multi Attraction Pass (also known as Klook Pass Singapore) is a fairly new pass in Singapore, launched only in 2022.

If you’re wondering whether it is a good product, and how to maximize its value, I’ll share my findings and thoughts in this article.

What is it?

Singapore Multi Attraction Pass (also known as Klook Pass Singapore) is a pass that allows you to enter 2, 3, 4, or 5 attractions of your choice. There are currently 22 attractions included in the pass.

How does it work?

First, purchase the attraction pass and the add-on that you want. Then, activate the pass by making reservation or redemption. To make reservation or redemption, simply follow the instructions. Some attractions require advance reservation, while others allow direct entry without reservation.

Finally, use the pass on your chosen activity and have fun!

klook pass singapore - how to use
Source: Klook

How much is it?

At the time of writing, here are the prices of various pass types.

Pass TypePricePrice per attraction
2 AttractionsAdult: S$55
Child: S$42
Adult: S$27.50
Child: S$21
3 AttractionsAdult: S$74
Child: S$64
Adult: S$24.66
Child: S$21.33
4 AttractionsAdult: S$92
Child: S$78
Adult: S$23
Child: S$19.5
5 AttractionsAdult: S$119.25
Child: S$89
Adult: S$23.85
Child: S$17.80
Add-on activitiesPrice variesPrice varies

The above prices may change without prior notice. Click here to check the latest price.

What’s included?

The Pass allows admission to any of the activities from listed below. I also include the individual price if you book them separately, not using the Pass, for ease of reference.

AttractionsWalk-in RateOnline Rate
Gardens by the Bay (Flower Dome & Cloud Forest)Adult: S$28
Child: S$15
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Adult: S$28
Child: S$15
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Singapore Cable Car Sky Pass – Round Trip (Read my guide)Adult: S$35
Child: S$25
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Adult: S$28
Child: S$20
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SkyHelix Sentosa (Read my guide)Adult: S$18
Child: S$15
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Adult: S$16.20
Child: S$13.50
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Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation DeckAdult: S$25
Child: S$21
(Source)
Adult: S$23
Child: S$15
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ArtScience Museum: FUTURE WORLD ExhibitionAdult: S$21
Child: S$16
(Source)
Adult: S$18
Child: S$14
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Singapore FlyerAdult: S$33
Child: S$21
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Adult: S$33
Child: S$21
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Singapore Zoo (with Tram Ride)Adult: S$48
Child: S$33
(Source)
Adult: S$48
Child: S$33
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Night Safari (with Tram Ride)Adult: S$55
Child: S$38
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Adult: S$55
Child: S$38
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River WondersAdult: S$40
Child: S$28
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Adult: S$40
Child: S$28
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Jurong Bird Park (with Tram Ride)Adult: S$38
Child: S$25
(Source)
Adult: S$38
Child: S$25
(Source)
Wings Of Time at SentosaS$16.20
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S$16.20
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Singapore River Cruise (Read my guide)Adult: S$25
Child: S$15
(Source)
Adult: S$23
Child: S$13
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Sentosa Skyline Luge & Skyride (3 Rounds)S$33
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S$29.70
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Trick Eye Museum @ SouthsideAdult: S$32
Child: S$28
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Adult: S$27
Child: S$23
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Jewel Changi Airport: Bouncing Net + Free Canopy Park (Read my guide)Adult: S$22
Child: S$16
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Adult: S$19.8
Child: S$14.4
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Jewel Changi: Mirror Maze + Free Canopy Park (Read my guide)Adult: S$15
Child: S$10
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Adult: S$13.50
Child: S$9
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Madame Tussauds Singapore 5-in-1 + Digital Photo Souvenir + Free Snack ticket(s)S$30
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S$30
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The Original DUCKtours SingaporeAdult: S$43
Child: S$33
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Adult: S$38.70
Child: S$29.70
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Big Bus Singapore Hop On Hop Off Tour (Open-Top) Classic TicketAdult: S$47
Child: S$37
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Adult: S$47
Child: S$37
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Changi Experience StudioAdult: S$25
Child: S$17
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Adult: S$18
Child: S$12
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Sentosa 4D AdventureLand (2-in-1) RideS$25.90
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S$23
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Giant Swing at Skypark SentosaS$59
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S$51
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The above prices are correct at the time of writing. The prices are based on non-resident prices, some attractions may offer cheaper rate for Singapore residents.

Do note that price is subjected to change and the latest price may not be reflected here, you may click on the source link to check the latest price.

What’s NOT included?

Universal Studios Singapore and Bungy Jump are NOT included in the attraction passes, but you can book them as an add-on to your pass.

I’ve done the math, it’s more worth it to buy USS and Bungy Jump as an add-on, rather than purchasing them separately.

Here’s my calculation if you’re curious.

If you purchase Universal Studios Singapore separately, you’ll pay S$68 (adult) and S$58 (child). Meanwhile, if you purchase it as add-on, you’ll only need to pay between S$55 to S$68 per person. Therefore, for adults, it’s better to purchase USS ticket as add-on. Meanwhile, for kids aged 4-12, it’s better to purchase them separately. (Price may change, so do your own calculation).

It’s also worth noting that, if you want to purchase special USS packages (such as the one that include food or Express Pass), you can only do so by purchasing USS separately. The Pass add-on only includes a day ticket and doesn’t include food, express pass, etc.

If you purchase Bungy Jump separately, you’ll pay S$79. Meanwhile, if you purchase it as add-on, you’ll only need to pay between S$55 to S$68. (Price may change, so do your own calculation). BUT, if you want tandem bungy, then you should purchase Bungy Jump separately.

Which are the attractions with the best value for money?

Based on the attraction prices alone, the top 5 best value for money attractions are:

  • Night Safari with Tram rides (S$55/adult, S$38/child)
  • Giant Swing (S$51/adult)
  • Singapore Zoo with Tram rides (S$48/adult, S$33/child)
  • Big Bus Singapore Hop On Hop Off Tour (S$47/adult, S$37/child)
  • River Wonders (S$40/adult, S$28/child)

However, I don’t think you should choose the attractions based on the price alone. Money is not the most important thing in life, happiness is. So, I’d suggest that you go for the attractions that you really like to do instead of just looking at the price tags.

Fine Prints that you should take note of

The pass is valid for 30 days from the date of activation/redemption.

Visits can be applied on different days within the usage validity period.

Each attraction(s) can only be reserved once. That means, if you purchase 2 attraction pass, you must use it at 2 different attractions. You can’t use it at the same attraction twice.

Certain attractions may require advance timeslot reservations. Do read the instruction carefully and plan for your travel in advance, not last-minute.

Before going to the attraction, do check if the attraction is closed for maintenance or for any other reasons. The closing notice can be found at attraction website or Klook Pass page.

When should you get Singapore Multi Attraction Pass?

First of all, you should only get the pass when the price of the pass is cheaper than the total price of all attractions that you want to visit.

Secondly, you should only get the pass if it includes attractions that you REALLY want to visit. Don’t get the pass just because you think it’s cheap.

Thirdly, you should get the pass if you’re sure you can visit all the attractions within 30 days.

When should you NOT get Singapore Multi Attraction Pass?

If you’re a Singapore resident, and if the attraction that you’re going to visit offers discounted price for local resident, you should compare if the local resident price is cheaper than the price of the pass.

You should not get the pass if you’re planning to visit attractions with cheaper price tags. For example, if you want to visit MBS Skypark (S$23) and ArtScience Future World Exhibition (S$18), you’re better off purchasing the attractions separately and pay S$34 in total, rather than getting the 2-attraction pass which costs S$55.

You shouldn’t get the pass if you can’t visit all the attractions within 30 days.

Conclusion

Klook’s Singapore Multi Attraction Pass is a pass that can help you save a ton of money, if you use it wisely. However, you need to know what you REALLY want, and compare the prices between purchasing attraction tickets separately vs using the pass.

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Will

Monday 1st of August 2022

Hi, Thank you for the detailed review and for all the comparisons. Just wanted to know if you have personally used it or if it’s reliable. There are many negative reviews on other forums. Have you encountered any issues with the passed issued by Klook? Thanks!