Sentosa Magical Shores – First Beach Light Art At Siloso Singapore

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You will soon discover Siloso Beach in a whole new light when it transforms into the calming and captivating Sentosa Magical Shores at Siloso every night, starting 23 January 2020. Featuring vivid light, sound, and mist effects across a 400-metre stretch of Siloso Beach, Magical Shores at Siloso will leverage Sentosa’s beach assets to bring two islets to life, as well as novel interactive areas where guests immerse themselves in soothing sounds of the island and interact with light art on the sands.

Sentosa Magical Shores – First Beach Light Art Attraction At Siloso

Magical Shores at Siloso is Singapore’s first multi-sensory, interactive beach light art attraction. Comprising four acts, the attraction will offer an experience unique to Sentosa. Taking centre stage are two islets across the waters, which will be bathed in lights, dreamy fog, and tranquil music to transport guests to an ethereal island. Watch the trees come alive as a relaxing light and sound symphony accentuate the raw beauty of the natural landscape.

In another novel highlight, you can look forward to interacting with light art on the sands, inspired by diverse elements ranging from water flow to marine creatures. As part of the four acts, you and your loved ones will also be treated to a three-minute flourish of multi-coloured projections lighting up the night sky every 15 minutes.

Magical Shores at Siloso will run from 7.30pm to 10.30pm all year round, offering you a relaxing and “Instagrammable” getaway after a day of fun or a hard day’s work.

Sentosa Magical Shores – Part Of Sentosa’s Rejuvenation

Magical Shores at Siloso is the latest night offering launched as part of Sentosa Development Corporation’s (SDC) multi-pronged approach to strengthen the island’s position as a night destination through more novel, after-dusk leisure experiences for locals and tourists. The attraction is part of Sentosa’s constant rejuvenation to make the island fresh and exciting for you to visit again and again.

Among other leisure offerings that have recently been launched for Sentosa’s evening crowd are the newly-opened Rumours Beach Club from Bali, 1-V:U at The Outpost Hotel, as well as the ongoing Asian Night Market: Taiwan Food Festival featuring Ningxia Night Market from 16 January to 9 February 2020.

You can also enjoy other after-dusk leisure experiences in Sentosa, with the majority of food and beverage establishments and close to a third of the island’s attractions open until 9pm  or later. Folks who choose to stay on can also chill out at bars and beach clubs, many of which operate until late. In addition, SDC recently wrapped up its third iteration of Island Lights, featuring interactive light art installations by local and international artists at Sentosa Cove Village.

Upcoming day-to-night offerings include Stacks at Siloso, a new lifestyle enclave comprising food and beverage establishments, attractions, and event spaces. When opened, the mixed-use container development, located at the western end of the island, will also feature magnificent waterfront and harbour views for guests. More information will be shared in the coming weeks.

Sentosa Magical Shores – Getting to Magical Shores

From 23 January 2020 to 9 February 2020, you can use the code “SentosaSpring” to enjoy $5 off your Grab ride. The code is valid until 8pm daily and limited redemptions are available. The nearest Grab Pick-Up and Drop-Off point will be at Beach Station.

From Beach Station, simply stroll or hop on the free Beach Shuttles to get to Magical Shores at Siloso.

You can also reach Beach Station via the following travel modes:

  • Stroll in for free via the Sentosa Boardwalk. Once in Sentosa, guests enjoy free travel on the Sentosa Express and Sentosa’s Beach Shuttles.
  • Take the Sentosa Express from VivoCity, Level 3. Selected TransitLink concession cardholders enjoy 50% off the transport fare.
  • Take SBS Transit’s Service 123 and alight at Beach Station. Only the prevailing distance-based bus fare applies and no island admission fee is charged.
  • Drive-in via the Sentosa Gateway for $2 after 5pm, and park at Beach Station (Parking fee: at $0.02/min before 5pm, $2.40 per entry from 5pm – 7am).

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