Singapore: “Wings of Time” – A new Night Attraction

Sentosa Wing of TimeSingapore – Excitement brews as passerbys linger outside the closed gates of Siloso Beach, as extensive preparation goes underway for the development of Sentosa’s latest iconic night attraction, Wings of Time.

From the installation of the new backdrop and equipment to the upgrading of existing effects, the stage is being set to provide guests with a wondrous one-of-a-kind experience of majestic proportions. With the increased focus on audience engagement, an ensemble of 20 talented young artistes is in the midst of intensive training to enthrall audiences this June.

Ready, Haul, Set, Test!

Preparations for the new show were underway since the finale show of Songs of the Sea was completed on 4 May. Sentosa worked closely with the production team from ECA2 to tear down the existing backdrop, and construct the new backdrop – a series of nine giant triangular structures that would be illuminated to create majestic panoramic vistas during the performances.  Careful planning and meticulous installation stretched over a week as this was the first time such a structure has been planned and installed in the world.

The multimedia effects of over 180 equipment, including six 3D projectors, coloured lasers, and water fountains have also been installed. Night testing of equipment is currently in progress till 16 June.

The Birth of Stars

Wings of Time will see a greater extent of audience engagement, with the inclusion of a pre-show segment. A team of 20 talented young artistes from Singapore and overseas have been brought together for intensive training in vocals, acting, and audience engagement skills.

Wings of Time will be a ticketed performance, with daily shows at 7.40pm and 8.40pm along Siloso Beach. Premium seats are available at S$23 per person, while standard seats are at S$18 (standard rate), and S$15 (for local residents).  Advance tickets are available at

About Sentosa

Sentosa is Asia’s leading leisure destination and Singapore’s premier island resort getaway, located within 15 minutes from the central business and shopping districts. The island resort is managed by Sentosa Development Corporation, which works with various stakeholders in overseeing property investments, attractions development, operation of the various leisure offerings and management of the residential precinct on the island. The Corporation also manages the Southern Islands, and owns Mount Faber Leisure Group which runs Singapore’s only cable car service.

The 500-hectare island resort is home to an exciting array of themed attractions, award-winning spa retreats, lush rainforests, golden sandy beaches, resort accommodations, world-renowned golf courses, a deep-water yachting marina and luxurious residences – making Sentosa a vibrant island resort for business and leisure. Making Sentosa its home, too, is Singapore’s first integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa, which operates South East Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park.

Situated on the eastern end of Sentosa Island is Sentosa Cove, an exclusive residential enclave. By 2014, it will be bustling with some 2,000 homes, romantic quayside restaurants, retail and specialty shops. Offering Singapore’s only truly oceanfront residences, Sentosa Cove is fast becoming the world’s most desirable address.

The Island is also proud to be home to Sentosa Golf Club and its two acclaimed golf courses, The Serapong and The Tanjong. In 2013, Sentosa Golf Club hosted the HSBC Women’s Champions, featuring some of the world’s best female golf professionals. This prestigious ladies event will continue teeing off at the Serapong till 2015.