“Wings of Time” show is a night show set in the shores of the Siloso beach in Sentosa island. The show replaced the “Songs of the Sea” show and was opened up to public in July 2014.
The “Wings of Time” show features pyrotechnics, water fountains and multimedia effects and narrates the story of two teenagers, Felix and Rachel. The show depicts their adventures as they help a bird-like creature named Shahbaz find its way home. “Wings of Time” show replaced the previous signature night show, “Songs of the Sea” which ended its successful 7 year run in May 2014. The 20 minute show has been built at a cost of around $10 million.
- Tickets: Local $15 | Standard $18 | Premium $23
- Show times: 7.40pm & 8.40pm daily
- Show duration: 20 minutes
Since we visited Singapore couple of years back, we were unable to experience the “Wings of Time” show and watched the famous “Songs of the Sea” show.
For a detailed itinerary of my Singapore trip read my following blog
Day 2 of our Singapore trip was action packed as we had many attractions to cover. We visited “The Merlion park” (for more details read my blog) , the Thian Hock Keng Temple ( for more details read my blog) and National Orchid Garden ( for more details read my blog) during the morning of Day -2 of our Singapore trip. Post lunch we took the “Mount Faber – Sentosa Cable car ride” (for more details read my blog) to reach Sentosa Island. In Sentosa islands, we visited the “Underwater World” (for more details read my blog) first and then visited the “Images of Singapore” and “Surrender chambers” (for more details read my blog) before heading to the “Songs of the Sea” show.
“Songs of the Sea” show was opened to public in March 2007 and replaced the Sentosa Musical fountain which was one of the key attractions for around 25 years in Singapore (from 1982 to 2007). The show entertains the audience with its laser lights, water jets, fire jets and music and was constructed at an investment of around $30 million.
The show is located at the Siloso beach on Sentosa Island, and was designed by the world renowned designer Yves Pepin, who had also designed the nightly show at DisneySea Tokyo. The “Songs of the Sea” depicts the story of a young man having a beautiful voice being charmed by a sleeping princess.
The backdrop of “Songs of the Sea” show is a specially designed Kelong – fishing village in Malay, which can withstand rough weather conditions like strong winds, waves and high tides. We had booked our tickets for the 7:40PM show. We reached the Siloso beach at around 7:15 PM so as to beat the crowd and get a good spot to sit.
The Plot of “Songs of the Sea” is elaborated below through a series of photos that I captured
- Buy tickets early because they sell out pretty fast since there are only 2 shows a day
- Doors to the show open around 30 minutes before the show. Ensure you are on time and if possible reach early to get a good seat
The “Songs of the Sea” show was a magnificent show bringing together a combination of fire, water spouts and computer images reflected off large water screens. The show is certainly very colourful, fascinating and mesmerising to watch.
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