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Songs of the Sea

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

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


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.

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

- Palawan Tanjong Beach Tram
- Siloso Beach Tram

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