Central Beach Bazaar at Sentosa Is Now Open

Mount Faber Leisure Group has soft-opened the Central Beach Bazaar adjacent to Sentosa’s Beach Station. The day-to-night carnival beach experience features immersive sights, scents and sounds. While not all the attractions are ready, visitors can still enjoy some of the new entertainment and dining options

Get to the International Food Street and enjoy eight casual street food concepts housed in food trucks, kombi vans and upcycled shipping containers designed in distinctive Memphis-style. Chipper Roll offers British classics including Bangers & Mash, Fish & Chips, Chicken Pie or Shrimp Scampi Rolls or Breaded Corn Rolls at under S$10. Bentori offers Japanese yakitori with a Southeast Asian Flair. Thai Dee offers Thai Inspired noodles and fried street snacks. Taco Pau offers Mexican treats with Western and Middle Eastern fillings while Masala Wala features a selection of Indian treats such as Punjabi Samosa , Paneer Kathi Roll and Aloo Chat.

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Sweet treats such as ice cream, candy floss and popcorn as well as bottled juices, coffee, smoothies and mocktails can be purchased at Slurps & Scoops. Mama Shop offers nostalgic and new Singaporean snacks and beverages. The eighth concept will open by end of the year. Chipper Roll Seafood Café will be an indoor air-conditioned café housed in one of the stacked shipping containers and designated as a premium viewing gallery. A Show and Dine combo for S$38 will come with Lobster Roll or Seafood (Scallop & Crab) Roll with chips and a beverage as well as a Wings of Time ticket and complimentary entry to watch Sentosa Musical Fountain and the Sentosa SkyJet during the day.

Convenient grab-and-go packaging allows visitors to savour the food while enjoying the shows. Purchase the F&B vouchers online and redeem them across the kiosks. Each S$5 voucher comes with complimentary entry so you can enjoy the music and water displays by the Sentosa Musical Fountain and Sentosa SkyJet main viewing gallery. Other Mount Faber Leisure Group dining retail experiences at Good Old Days Food Court & Western Grill as well as the FUN [email protected] Plaza are all located in the same vicinity.

The Sentosa SkyJet is the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia at 80m tall. That’s equivalent to a 24-storey building. Stay for the night as the Sentosa SkyJet lights up with colour-changing LED lights. This attraction operates daily from 10 am to 5 pm, 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm and 9 pm to 10 pm. It does not operate with the Sentosa Musical Fountain and Wings of Time shows are running. Kids under 4 years old enjoy free entry.

Sentosa Musical Fountain (Mount Faber Leisure Group photo)
Sentosa Musical Fountain (Mount Faber Leisure Group photo)

The reimagined Sentosa Musical Fountain will perform two alternating five-minute shows. The first is a tribute to the original Musical Fountain, which showcases a score of musical numbers played in the 1990s, like Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me and Walking on Sunshine. The second show is a medley of the nation’s beloved National Day songs like Home and Count on Me Singapore. Enjoy free entry to the viewing gallery with every minimum spend of S$5 at the International Food Street or with purchase at the Power Boat Racing and Beach Carnival Games. This viewing gallery is open daily. The first show starts at 11 am and the last at 5 pm respectively.

By the end of the year, visitors will be able to enjoy simulator rides and carnival games for all ages at a final new attraction. The Power Boat Racing simulator ride will offer adrenaline-pumping and exhilarating thrill of high-speed boat races.

Deals for visitors include S$23 premium seats to skip the queue and enjoy the best views of the Wings of Time show. Otherwise standard tickets are priced at S$18. Book in advance online and enjoy 10% off Wings of Time tickets. Wings of Time ticket holders receive a complimentary entry to the main viewing gallery for Sentosa Musical Fountain and Sentosa SkyJet during the day. 

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