Singaporeans and Permanent Residents of Singapore (the "Residents") must have a valid entry levy to enter the casino premises. Person eligible to enter casino premises must be 21 years old or above. Entry levies are strictly non-refundable and non-transferable in any circumstances (including to those on Exclusion Order or Visit Limit Order or Persona Non-Grata prohibition notice). Entry levies collected are paid to the Singapore Totalisator Board for social or charitable purposes.
Types of Entry Levy
Day Levy: S$150
Annual Levy: S$3,000
Only Residents are required to purchase a day levy or annual levy before entering the casino. A day levy allows you to stay in the casino for up to 24-hour period from the first entry into the casino. You can also buy an annual levy that gives you unlimited entries to Singapore's first casino at Resorts World™ Sentosa for 12 consecutive months from the first entry into the casino premises.
With effect from 01/08/2019, all entry levies purchased will be activated upon your first entry into the casino premises after the purchase or automatically 6 hours after time of purchase, whichever occurs first.
Please note that entry levies are strictly non-refundable and non-transferrable in any circumstances (including to those on Exclusion Order or Visit Limit Order or Persona Non-Grata prohibition notice).
Non-residents are not required to purchase entry levy to enter the casino. However, it is a statutory requirement for non-residents to present either of the following identification documents before entering the casino :
a. Foreign passport with any of the following :
i. Short-term immigration pass (Note: This category includes group passports with the particulars and photo graph of each member on the group);
ii. Long-term visit pass without photograph identification;
iii. Student pass without photograph identification;
iv. Notification of cancellation of student’s pass, visit pass and embarkation form issued by the ICA;
v. Notification letter issued by the Ministry of Manpower allowing the person named in the letter to work and stay in Singapore until issuance of his/her work pass card;
vi. Immigration (Exemption) Order (‘IEO’) stamp of the ICA (in the foreign passport); or
vii. Multiple Journey Visit Pass (MJVP) or Multiple Journey Pass (MJP) stamp issued by the ICA;
b. Long-term visit pass with photograph identification;
c. Student pass with photograph identification;
d. Work pass;
e. Ministry of Foreign Affairs Identification Cards issued to Diplomats in Foreign Embassies and Professional Staff in International Organizations;
f. Special pass with photograph identification issued by the Ministry of Manpower or the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority;
g. Dependant's Pass issued by the Ministry of Manpower;
h. Certificate of Identity issued by a foreign government (or equivalent); or
i. Foreign seafarer travel document issued by a foreign government with a short-term immigration pass or a long-term visit pass.