AttractionsThe night show, reopening on 18 May, has been further enhanced to deliver a more spectacular finale.

Sentosa’s Wings of Time rises from the ashes

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Since its debut in 2014, Wings of Time has received over 5.4 million global visitors.
Since its debut in 2014, Wings of Time has received over 5.4 million global visitors. Photo Credit: Mount Faber Leisure

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Sentosa's popular outdoor night show Wings of Time is coming back on 18 May.

The relaunched attraction will be bigger and better than ever. When the attraction closed in May 2020, Mount Faber Leisure Group took the opportunity to refresh and rejuvenate the show, which received 5.4 million visitors globally since its debut in 2014.

Upon its reopening, the multi-sensory night show will still retain its original storyline but will feature enhanced special effects like upgraded pyrotechnic machines that shoot out cold sparks and produce 80% less smoke. This allows audience to get up closer to the main stage to see the action unfold.

Sentosa’s Wings of Time rises from the ashes

Visitors can catch the show at 7.30pm on weekdays, or pick between the 7.30pm or 8.30pm timings over the weekends, eve of public holidays and public holidays.

Tickets are priced at S$18 (US$13) per pax. A ticket and set meal combo for the same price of S$18 is exclusively available for local residents.

The reopening of this evening spectacle marks the start of Mount Faber Leisure Group’s series of upcoming plans to expand its offerings at Siloso Beach. In Q4 this year, the group will be launching the Central Beach Bazaar, a day to night beachside destination comprising varied experiences and three new attractions.

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