Synopsis
An open-air show with laser lights, water jets, fire and music.

How much time you will need: Show lasts about 25 min.

What we thought of it: It is an entertaining must-see display of laser lights, water jets and fire bursts with the music.
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Addr: Beach Station, Sentosa

Tel: (65) 6736 8672
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Page created on 12 Jul 2008
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Review
Opened in March 2007, the Songs of the Sea replaces the Sentosa Musical Fountain with its laser lights, water jets, fire jets and music. The $30m entertainment was created by world-renowned and internationally acclaimed Yves Pepin who also designed the nightly show at DisneySea Tokyo.
With the beach and the sea as part of the stage for the show, Songs of the Sea is a story of a young man with a beautiful voice who is charmed by a sleeping princess. The audience is treated to a unique experience where the laser lights, fireworks, water jets and fire jets are intricately woven into the story.
Songs of the Sea uses a specially built kelong (which means fishing village in Malay), which is able to take rough weather conditions such as strong winds, waves and high tides, from which the fire and water spouts. Combined with computer images reflected off large water screens, the show is certainly colourful, mesmerising and fascinating to watch.
Tips
Buy tickets early because they sell out fast since there are only 2 shows a day with an extra show on Saturdays. The doors open about 20 min before the show starts and queues form then to go in.

Things to Bring
Not much - the show lasts about 25 min and is held in the evenings when it is cool. Perhaps a camera to capture the captivating laser lights.

Show Times
Show times: 7:40 pm and 8:40 pm. On Saturdays, there is an extra show at 9:40 pm.

Best time to go: Anytime you can get the tickets for - they sell out fast.

Admission Fees
Premium seats $15 per person (best seats and priority entry). Standard seats $10 per person.

You can buy the tickets at any Sentosa Ticketing Counters. You can also get the tickets online.

Sentosa Island admission varies depending on your mode of entry:
On foot via Sentosa Boardwalk - $1 per person
By Sentosa Express from Vivocity - $3 per person (age 3 years and over)
By car or taxi - $2 to $7 per vehicle (regardless of number of passengers) depending on time and day
By Singapore Cable Car from HarbourFront Tower 2 - included in the ride

How to Get There
By Taxi - This is the fastest and most direct way to get to there. Alight at Beach Station - the Songs of the Sea is down by the beach.

By Sentosa Express - You can also take the Sentosa Express (train) from Vivocity and alight at Beach Station.

Check out the Sentosa page for other ways of getting to Sentosa. Once on Sentosa, take either the Blue Line or Yellow Line buses or the Beach Tram and alight at the Beach Station.

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Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom Sentosa
Sentosa 4D Magix Sentosa Cineblast
Sentosa Luge Sky Tower
Songs of the Sea Tanjong Beach
The Merlion Underwater World Singapore
Volvo Ocean Race
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