Most of the nightlife in Sentosa takes full advantage of one of the island’s main attractive points:it’s the beaches. And while the beach parties do hog most of the limelight, the scores of light works and music shows held here deserve all the attention bestowed on them and more.
Several options to reach Sentosa are available, though the cheapest and fastest mode will be to opt for the busway. I took my tickets for travelling from redbus.sg ! No doubt I had a hassle free journey.
So the next time you visit this charming island resort, a visit to these shows or events is a must. You will thank us later! The name Sentosa translates as "peace and tranquillity" in Malay. Sentosa was formerly known as PulauBlakangMati, which in Malay means the "Island of Death from Behind".
Sentosa has a stretch of sheltered beach of more than 2 km (1.2 mi) on its southern coast, divided into three portions: Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach. These beaches are artificial, reclaimed using sand bought from Indonesia and Malaysia. They are manned by a beach patrol lifeguard team who are easily identified by their red and yellow uniforms – Palawan Bach, Siloso Beach, Tanjon Beach.
Crane Dance: Much like the Symphony of Lights show in Hong Kong, the Crane Dance witnesses two lovebirds express their affection by flirting and dancing to the music. The spectacle is much known for its stunning audiovisuals, LED lights and waterworks. What’s more? You can watch the show for free!
Songs of the Sea: A dazzling 30-minute light show, Songs of the Sea works up the ambience by displaying stunning computer-generated images that flow in sync to the music played. A visit to the show makes for a perfect first date night. Or any date night for that matter!
Lake of Dreams: Making its presence felt at the heart of Festive Walk, the Lake of Dreams show lets you feast your eyes on water cannon tricks and flaming dragon dances that brings to life the entire strip.