There’s a lot of fun stuff to do in Sentosa — USS, the SEA Aquarium, iFly, or even just heading to the beach for a fun day in the sun. Now, the State of Fun will be upping the ante with the Central Beach Bazaar — a new permanent attraction that’s reminiscent of a carnival by the beach (and it runs from day to night!).
The new attraction is filled with a myriad of fun things to do for people of all ages, like magical fountain shows (with lights and pyrotechnics), a record-breaking SkyJet and the best part — tantalising food trucks – and don’t worry, no crazy prices here (everything is under S$10!)
Parked around the entrance of the fountain show (in true carnival style!), the various food trucks and containers feature international bites from different regions like Japan, London, Mexico and more
Try out some English bites at Chipper Roll, Mexican fusion favourites at Taco Pau and more. If you’re more into Asian food, there’s also Bentori, where you’ll be able to get a variety of bento sets with Japanese yakitori, Thai Dee where you can get Thai noodles with some sinfully yummy fried bites, and Masala Wala for some vegetarian Indian fare.
For those feeling a bit more snackish, there’s even Mama Shop where you’ll be able to find nostalgic old-school treasures like iced gem biscuits and more.
The food options are endless, and you’ll be able to satisfy just about craving that you have!
The food trucks will operate from 10.15am to 10pm daily, with the last order being 9.30pm.
If you loved the Wings of Time fountain show from a couple of years back, you’ll also be thrilled to know that the magic is making a comeback with the Central Beach Bazaar.
In the day, you can enjoy the fountain shows (featuring songs like Walking on Sunshine, and even some NDP favourites like Home) for free with a minimum spend of S$5 at the food trucks — and they run all day so you can catch as many shows as you’d like!
At night, the fountain shows will provide an even more immersive experience with lights and pyrotechnics. Do note that entry fees are required for the night shows, and they cost S$18.
Right next to where the musical fountain shows take place, you’ll also find the Sentosa SkyJet — the tallest water fountain in Southeast Asia towering at 80 metres. It’s really quite a magnificent sight and makes for really gorgeous IG photos. The SkyJet will be operating from 10am to 5pm, 5.30pm to 7.40pm and 9pm to 10pm daily.
Can’t wait to experience the fun? Head on over to Sentosa’s Central Beach Bazaar for an all-immersive day of fun!
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