The family friendly beach destination features the Sentosa Skyjet which shoots jets of water up to 80-metres into the air, daytime Sentosa Musical Fountain, and an International Food Street with tasty street eats.
A simulator ride attraction and carnival games are also set to debut by the end of the year.
The highest fountain in Southeast Asia (80 meters tall, equivalent to a 24-story structure), this new landmark that can be seen from kilometres away will enrich the Sentosa skyline and provide a stunning visual marker for beachgoers.
The Sentosa Skyjet will be even more stunning sight at night as it will be lit up with color-changing LED Lights.
Operating times: Daily from 10:00am-5:00pm, 5:30pm-7:30pm and 9:00pm-10:00pm.
The Sentosa Skyjet will not not operate when the Sentosa Musical Fountain and Wings of Time shows are running.
Admission: Free. To get the best views, spend a minimum of $5 per person at the International Food Street to get entry into the viewing gallery. Free entry for children under 4 years old.
One of Sentosa's iconic shows in the early 1980's, the legendary Sentosa Musical Fountain is back with two enthralling water performances.
The Musical Fountain will alternate between 2 five-minute shows, with the first being in honor of the original Musical Fountain and featuring musical hits of the 1990s such as Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me, and Walking on Sunshine.
The second show will be a medley of Singapore's well loved National Day songs such as Home and Count on Me Singapore.
The Sentosa Musical Fountain will operate daily from 11am-5pm with 2 shows per hour.
Admission: Entry to the viewing gallery is complimentary with minimum spend of $5 at the International Food Street or with every purchase at the Power Boat Racing and Beach Carnival Games.
Free entry for children under 4 years old.
The International Food Street is a vibrant multi-F&B concept inspired by the world's best street foods.
The Food Street will open with seven F&B concepts housed in cuisine trucks, kombi vans, and repurposed shipping containers.
Here's all the delicious food that you can look forward to for under $10:
An 8th F&B concept, Chipper Roll Seafood Cafe, will also open by the end of the year.
Located in one of the stacked shipping containers, Chipper Roll Seafood Cafe will offer seafood specialties like Lobster Roll and Seafood with Chips, along with one of the best seats in the house for enjoying the Wings of Time shows.
Visitors to Central Beach Bazaar can also look forward to 2 new attractions by year end.
The Power Boat Racing simulator ride will give thrill-seekers a chance to experience the excitement of competitive high-speed boat races.
Players can enjoy high-resolution real-time displays of tropical seascapes while you compete for glory in the simulator.
Meanwhile, carnival games loves can head for the Beach Carnival Games for a chance to win big plushie toy prizes in classic carnival games such as Lobster Pot.
Also located at the Central Beach Bazaar is the Wings of Time show which was reopened on May 2022.
You'll be treated to a pyrotechnic show with enthralling water, laser, and fire effects and a spectacular finale.
Join Shahbaz, a pre-historic bird, and his friends on an epic adventure in a multi-sensory night show set against backdrop of the the open sea.
Show Duration: 20 mins
More information on Mount Faber Leisure's website.
Images from Mount Faber Leisure Group.
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