Sentosa Island Lights is happening at Siloso Beach in Sentosa from now till 3 Jan 2021. This event features bigger-than-life Hello Kitty, Hello Kitty, Pompompurin, My Melody and Little Twin Stars with classic icons from Sentosa. Admission to the event is free.
However facilitate safe distancing, visitors are required to reserve their visits to Sentosa Island Lights here. Visitors may register up to 5 persons per visit from the following sessions every night:
• Session 1: 7.30pm to 8.30pm
• Session 2: 8.30pm to 9.30pm
• Session 3: 9.30pm to 10.30pm
Sessions are available for booking opens 5 days in advance, at 0000h of each day (ie. bookings for 13 December, opens on 8 December, 0000hr). On the day of your visit, simple down to Siloso Beach (entrance at Sapphire Pavilion) and show your email confirmation to be allowed entry.
Our field report of Sentosa Island Lights can be found here on our Facebook page.
Romantic Light Display
On a rather unnoticed of the display, there is a spot with romantic lights. There are heart shaped lights hanging from the trees and the ground is laced with pink and white lights.
Bonus area to explore: Magical Shores
On the left of the display is the entrance to magical shores. This mega light display was available in Siloso Beach before COVID-19 became severe. My friend and I were the only ones looking at the display over the barrier. There were no signs to this area. A Sentosa staff came up and told us visitors with passes to Sentosa Island lights are allowed to enter. This was apparently the soft launch of Magical Shores and it will take over Sentosa Island Lights when it ends.
The shores of Siloso Beach come alive in this installation. There are constant light sequences projected on the beach and smoke comes from the small islands just opposite the shores.
The field report of Magical Shores can be found here.
Admissions to Sentosa Island Lights and Magical shores via Sentosa Island Lights are free. Booking is required to access Sentosa Island Lights.
Admission into Sentosa via walking in, car and monorail is free till 31 Dec 2020. It is not announced yet if admission fees are applicable thereafter yet. Even if there is an admission fee, you can always take bus 123 from Orchard or Tiong Bahru and get to Beach Station in Sentosa. Only standard bus fares apply.
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