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Songs of the Sea

By: mckenwong on 21 Feb 2012
Address:
Siloso Beach, Sentosa Express Beach Station, Singapore

Operating Hours:
Daily at 7.40pm and 8.40pm.
Additional show at 9.40pm every Sat.

Website:
http://www.sentosa.com.sg/en/attractions/beaches/s...

This is the world's only permanent show set in the sea. Sentosa's Songs of the Sea show, performed on the beach in the evenings, offers a dazzling display of pyrotechnics, water jets and laser effects. It also features a solid cast of singers, and a world-class stereo system to delight and captivate audiences.

The show was designed by Yves Pepin to replace its predecessor, the 25-year-old Magical Sentosa show. Songs of the Sea debuted in March 26, 2007, performed in an open-air theatre capable of seating up to 2,500 viewers.

It's a rain-or-shine attraction that runs two times a night, with the first show at 7.40pm and the later show at 8.40pm, with each performance lasting about 25 minutes.

Admission is $10, and you may even book online in advance. Sentosa coaches and trams all pass by the attraction, so it's really quite easy to get there.

Buses:
- Blue Line Bus
- Yellow Line Bus
- Sentosa express (Beach station)

Trams:
- Palawan Tanjong Beach Tram
- Siloso Beach Tram


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