Songs of the Sea at Sentosa, Singapore

Hey there, backpackers in Singapore!

I’m sure Sentosa island, the famous island of Singapore island is on every one of your must-do lists. Every tourist in Singapore has got to visit the Merlion statue at Sentosa at least once during their stay here.

Sentosa Singapore's Merlion

Sentosa Singapore’s Merlion

There are so many individual attractions on Sentosa island that it can be pretty overwhelming for first time tourists who are unfamiliar with the place. During the day, the top attraction to visit is Resorts World Sentosa’s Universal Studios Singapore, while the highlight of every night is the musical fountain laser performance, Songs of the Sea.

Songs of the Sea is an awesome light and music fountain show with a live cast, excellent effects and pyrotechnics that put the audience at the edge of their seats. Streams of water, bursts of fire, laser lights and melodious music keep all five senses engaged.

Songs of the Sea musical fountain performance at Sentosa, Singapore

Songs of the Sea musical fountain performance at Sentosa, Singapore

  • Ticket price: $15 for Premium seats, $10 for Standard Seats.
  • Show timings: 7.40pm and 8.40pm daily
  • Address: Near Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore
  • How to get there: Cable car ride from Mount Faber

To order discounted tickets:
kusu.sg@gmail.com or +65 8282 1312 

Free delivery to your hotel/hostel in Singapore.
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Package – $159.9 (U.P. $182.90, save $23):
Universal Studios Singapore
+ Cable Car
+ Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
+ Underwater World
+ CineBlast
+ 4D Magix
+ Luge & Skyride
+ Songs of the Sea

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