The new day-to-night carnival beach and entertainment complex located at Siloso Beach, features a host of new attractions accompanying old favourites for people of all ages to enjoy. Wonderfully, organisers have made the beloved Sentosa Musical Fountain free entry from April 1.
Sentosa Musical Fountain
First launched in the early 1980s, Sentosa Musical Fountain is one of Singapore’s most iconic shows. The mesmerising attraction consists of two five minute performances on the shores of Silosa Beach, where guests are treated to nostalgic melodies from the early 1980s to Singapore’s National Day tunes, and more. Plus, it can seat a whopping 2,750 people.
The first show is a Tribute to the Original Sentosa Musical Fountain, paying homage to the one launched during the 1980s, boasting a nostalgic soundtrack, alongside a gorgeous synchronised water jet dance on the open sea.
The second show is perfect for enjoying three popular Singapore’s National Day songs, also against the backdrop of the open sea using a beautiful synchronised water jet dance shooting into the sky.
Guests will be dazzled by songs such as Walking On Sunshine, Home and Count on Me, and many more treasured tunes. Showtimes vary between 1pm and 6.30pm daily. Certainly, it’s one of the most unique things to do in Singapore this season.
From captivating outdoor shows to shopping at retail stores and indulging in delicious new global food concepts…Central Beach Bazaar is the ultimate beachside destination. Here’s a list of other exciting attractions to look forward to:
1. Wings Of Time
This number one nightlife experience is also located at Silosa Beach. It features a iconic adventure with Shahbaz, a pre-historic bird and his friends in a multi-sensory night showcase against the backdrop of the sea. The award-winning showcase tells a story through the use of pyrotechnics, laser and fire effects, as well as dazzling water jets. Read all about it here.
2. International Food Street
Indulge on the best global street foods and cheap eats from eight different quirky food vendors. Think bites from Tokyo, London and Mexico like tacos and quesadillas, desserts, mouthwatering seafood rolls, vegan options and plenty more.
3. Sentosa SkyJet
This 80-metre-high water fountain on the sea is the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia. Enhancing Sentosa’s skyline, catch the mesmerising water stream shooting up into the sky for miles both night and day. At night, LED lights are used to add to the sensory experience. (Currently closed due to upgrades)
Visitors can also look forward to a range of interactive carnival games, with plenty of prizes to be won, alongside other carnival games, and a fun beach shop to purchase cool souvenirs.
Certainly, this first-class beachside experience is the ultimate travel destination for people of all ages. Visit Mount Faber Group for more information on Central Beach Bazaar.
📍10am-10pm, Central Beach Bazaar, 60 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 098997