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Snow City cheap ticket discount promotion Zoo Science centre Sky park marina garden by the bay Universal Studios Aquarium cable car adventure cove night safari, madam tussaud trick eye duck tour bird park river wonder kiztopia night safari head rock vr lu

Posted By: Antoniolepu

Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2022

Price: $12.00

Mobile: +65 91018948

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Snow City Singapore 新加坡雪城
Daily 10am – 6pm (last admission at 5pm)
School & Public Holidays 10am – 7pm (last admission at 6pm)


E ticket (No need to print out)
Snow City 1 hour Ice Hotel Gallery
Adult $12 (U.P. SGD 24.00)
Child $12 (U.P. SGD 24.00)
Snow City 2 hours Ice Hotel Gallery
Adult $21 (U.P. SGD 29.00)
Child $21 (U.P. SGD 29.00)


Snow City Bumper Car 1 hour Ice Hotel Gallery
Adult $16 (U.P. SGD 24.00)
Child $16 (U.P. SGD 24.00)
Snow City Bumper Car 2 hours Ice Hotel Gallery
Adult $26 (U.P. SGD 30.00)
Child $26 (U.P. SGD 30.00)


Snow City Ice Hotel Gallery1 hour Target Shooting (60 Balls)
Adult $18 (U.P. SGD 24.00)
Child $18 (U.P. SGD 24.00)


Please Whatsapp: (65) 91018948


E ticket:
No need Print out, with the soft copy from mobile redeem the tickets at Snow City Ticketing Counter


No terms, No conditions
Child (3-12years)
sinticket@yahoo.com 6591018948 Antonio Lepa.


Terms and Conditions
*7 years old and below must be supervised by an adult at all times.
*Winter jacket and boots are provided.
*Wearing Long pants is compulsory to keep you safe and warm..
*For hygiene purposes, wearing of socks is required when using house boots.
*NO Personal cameras are allowed.
*NO Food and drinks.
*Skiing and Snowboarding are not allowed in the snow chamber.
*Snow City Singapore may take photographs or recordings of any visitor for any purpose, without prior approval or compensation.


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PayNow/Lah/Dash: 91018948 or
BigPay: 91018948 (Singapore and between Asians Countries)
OCBC Saving: 582-501524-001 or
UOB Bank Uniplus: 373-391-881-9 or
Maybank iSSAVvy Saving: 14090695460 once the fund is transferred We will Whatsapp you the tickets



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