Singapore Light Show Destinations That are Worth a Visit

Must See Singapore Light ShowsFor sure, you already have some of the famous attractions in the Garden City on your itinerary when you visit Singapore. Among these could be the Adventure Cove Waterpark, the Mega Adventure Park, the Universal Studios that is the movies and TV-themed amusement park, Resorts World and Sentosa Luge.

Watching a Singapore light show should make it to the list as well. Here are three of the most incredible light shows you can enjoy while in Singapore:

Wings of Time

Witness a spectacular combination of pyrotechnics, laser, 3D projection mapping, water jets, and fountains, all in one breathtaking night show. The Wings of Time (WoT) takes you to the world of fantasy where courage and friendship reigns. Join Shahbaz, a mystical pre-historic bird, and his friends, Rachel and Felix, in their wonderful journey to find true friendship and their way home.

The open sea is the backdrop for this awe-inspiring display of water fountains, laser effects and fireworks. Watching the Wings of Time is a good way to start you bright and lively family vacation in Singapore. The 20-minute light show is available daily at 7:40 p.m. and 8:40 p.m.

The Crane Dance

Watch the love story of two mechanical cranes under the perfect blend of a symphony of music and carefully directed lights of different colours. It is best you wait until the end of the light show to see how the love story transforms these mechanical cranes magically into real-life birds. This light show takes place every day at 8 p.m. for ten minutes, with the best view being facing VivoCity, and the closest mass rapid transit being at the Harbourfront.

The Lake of Dreams

This is one of the highly choreographed and most spectacular light shows with advanced laser effects on water cannons and flaming dragons.

The Spectra

This is a magnificent light show at Marina Bay Sands, with the Bayfront being the closest mass rapid transit. You can watch The Spectra every day at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m., with Friday’s and Saturday’s having three sessions, the last being at 10 p.m. The show is available every day between 7:40 p.m. and 8:40 p.m.

With the above information on the various light show destinations, you now know that adding them to your list of the sites that you must visit can make your Singapore experience more memorable. Well, that is in addition to checking other attraction destinations, including theme parks, sightseeing spots, landmarks and museums.

Ask your travel agent which of these sites are included in their travel and tours package to determine how much more you might need to spend to visit all the popular destinations in Singapore.