The Mount Faber Leisure Group (MFLG) has unveiled the Central Beach Bazaar — a day-to-night carnival beach experience — that will take up permanent residence along Sentosa’s coastline come September.
Visitors at the bazaar can expect to find an eclectic array of food stalls at the International Food Street, a modern rendition of the iconic Sentosa Musical Fountain from the early 1980s, and the Sentosa SkyJet — the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia. There will even be an area offering simulation rides and carnival games, which will be revealed at a later time.
“The Central Beach Bazaar is a key milestone in the series of new leisure experiences coming onstream along Sentosa’s beaches,” said Thien Kwee Eng, CEO of Sentosa Development Corporation. “Together with the upcoming Palawan Sands and other novel offerings, the Central Beach Bazaar will give our guests a reimagined beach experience.”
The International Food Street is a collection of eight city-themed F&B concepts.
The International Food Street will feature eight food kiosks operating out of food trucks, kombi vans and upcycled shopping containers. The kiosks are inspired by popular cities like London, Tokyo and Mexico, serving up its respective cuisine at prices under S$10 (US$7.10).
Chipper Roll is a London-themed kiosk that serves classic British dishes including lobster rolls, bangers and mash and sausage platters. The Japanese kiosk, Bentori, will offer up a selection of kushiyaki (Japanese skewers) or other Japanese light bites like tamagoyaki, prawn gyoza and chicken karaage. Mexican-themed Taco Pau will feature Asian-Mexican fusion cuisine like Tandoori Chicken tortillas and Chicken Chili Con Carne quesadillas.
The modern take of Sentosa’s famous Musical Fountain from the early 1980s.
The two new water features will be made complimentary for visitors to enjoy with every minimum spend of S$5 at the International Food Street. The Sentosa Music Fountain will operate from the existing Wings of Time infrastructure, featuring jets of water swirling and rising into the skies in sync with the old classic songs like Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me and Walking on Sunshine.
Adjacent to the Sentosa Music Fountain is the, Sentosa SkyJet that shoots a plume of seawater up 80m high, making it the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia. In addition to wowing beachgoers in the day, the SkyJet was also designed to complement the evening Wings of Time show.