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SMBC Singapore Open Shuttle Buses

Shuttle buses will run from Sentosa Cove car park to The Serapong – VIP Entrance and the Main Entrance approximately every 15 minutes from 6.00 – 19.00 on Thursday and Friday and from 7.00 to 17.00 on Sunday.


Shuttle buses will also run from Harbourfront Bus Interchange to the Main Entrance of the event approximately every 20 minutes, from 6.00 – 19.00 on Thursday and Friday, and from 7.00 to 17.00 on Saturday and Sunday. If you are taking the MRT, make sure you head towards Exit A, Harbourfront Bus Interchange.



Car Parking

Free public parking is available along Allanbrooke Road on a first come first served basis. Car parking is also available at Sentosa Cove car park Block B & C. Rates are based on Sentosa Cove’s hourly parking rates.



Pick up and drop off is located at the Ficus Roundabout outside the Main Entrance, just beside the Eton House International School.


Public Bus – Sentosa Bus B

Sentosa Bus B is a Sentosa Internal bus route from Beach Station to Sentosa Golf Club daily, from 7:00 – 00:10 approximately every 30 minutes. Spectators entering via the Main Entrance should access Serapong Course via 33 Allanbrooke Road, next to Eton House International School. Sentosa Island admission fees will apply across all modes of transport.


Public Bus – SBS Transit

SBS Transit Bus Service 123 is a trunk route connecting Bukit Merah Int and Beach Station Bus Terminal in Sentosa. The route enhances connectivity to Sentosa Island, linking it with Tiong Bahru MRT Station and the Orchard Road shopping belt. Look out for the white service plate on the front window which indicates buses heading for Beach Station. Departure times from Beach Station run approximately every 15 mins from 6.00 to 23.45 Monday to Saturday and from 6.15 to 23.45 on Sunday.

did you know

By taking the shuttle bus from Harbourfront Bus Interchange, spectators will not only arrive to the venue faster, but will cut down CO2 by individual vehicle fuel emission. Be part of the SMBC Singapore Open Green Agenda and help the event to be more sustainable.

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