We purchased tickets (S$6 per person) at Beach Station Ticketing Counter for the show called “Songs of the Sea”. Approximately 6:00 pm, hubby decided to wait at the entrance gate before everyone else did. Soon, before we knew it, the place was already crammed full of people. We queued for a long time waiting for the 7:40 pm show.

Around 7:20 pm, all entrance gates were opened and we were able to sit at the front row. The venue is an open-air viewing gallery, which can comfortably accommodate 2,500 visitors.

The setting is the traditional fishing huts called kelongs, built on stilts over the sea. We waited again roughly 15 minutes when suddenly from a distance we could hear the sound of music. Finally the time had come that everyone was waiting for.

Visitors are told a thrilling story about Li, a young man gifted with a charming voice who embarks on a gallant quest to break the spell and awaken Princess Ami. It features with a live cast and amazing pyrotechnics, water jets, brilliant lasers, computer images projected on giant water screens, captivating music and stunning flame burst.

(Princess Ami)

The creative visual effects were overwhelming and fantastic. Since we were seated in the front row, we could also feel the heat every time the flames burst out. It was exhilarating! With mischievous sea creatures and Oscar, a cheeky tiger fish, I’m sure children will definitely love this show. It was one of the most entertaining show we had, and it was
a great way to end a pleasure tour at the Sentosa Park.

Songs of the Sea
is the world's only permanent show set in the sea.
The show runs twice a night at 7:40 pm and 8:40 pm and lasts 25 minutes.


Toodles, until next time,
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