After a two-year hiatus, leading leisure and lifestyle attractions operator Mount Faber Leisure Group’s iconic Wings of Time night show spreads its wings to take flight once again from 18 May, just in time for the upcoming June school holidays. Tickets for Wings of Time are available for purchase now on Mount Faber Leisure Group’s website at $18 each. Locals exclusively enjoy an additional dinner set from Good Old Days Food Court & Western Grill, located just across the attraction, for the same price of $18.
The reopened Wings of Time show boasts enhancements that tell the same iconic story to a broader, multi-generational audience, such as upgraded pyrotechnics effects created by state-of-the-art Sparkular machines. Using patented, modern technology, the fully automated Sparkular machines create impressive fountains of compact, cold sparks while producing 80% less smoke than traditional spark machines. This enhancement enables the audience to safely sit even closer to the main stage to experience the magic up close.
First opened in 2014, Wings of Time operated for six years and has since been enjoyed by over 5.4 million visitors worldwide, before the hiatus in May 2020 to make timely enhancements to the show as part of continuous efforts by Mount Faber Leisure Group to keep its attractions fresh and exciting for audiences. With its reopening, visitors can look forward to a bigger and better show than before.
Mr Buhdy Bok, Managing Director of Mount Faber Leisure Group, shares, “Wings of Time is making its triumphant return just as the Singapore government doubles down on efforts to revitalise the city’s leisure offerings to drive inbound travel and families in Singapore are making plans for the upcoming June school holidays. As the number one outdoor night show in Sentosa, audiences should definitely not miss out on experiencing this remarkably breathtaking show before ending their day out on the island.”
The reopening of Wings of Time is also the first in a series of upcoming plans by Mount Faber Leisure Group to expand its offerings at the popular Siloso Beach area. Slated to open by the fourth quarter of 2022, the new leisure concept, known as Central Beach Bazaar, will be a day to night beachside destination with a host of experiences, including three new attractions that will be announced throughout the year.
Just a short walk from Beach Station, Wings of Time is a fitting end to a day out at Sentosa. From 18 May to 29 June 2022, shows will take place once a day from Mondays to Fridays at 7:30pm, and twice a day on Saturdays, Sundays, Eves of Public Holidays, and Public Holidays at 7:30pm and 8:30pm.
The reopening of Wings of Time is an important piece of the puzzle that fits into Mount Faber Leisure Group’s series of highly connected leisure experiences, from the sky to mountain, land and sea. Start the adventure atop Mount Faber Peak to wine and dine at Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro or Dusk Restaurant & Bar, before taking a Singapore Cable Car ride to Sentosa, where visitors will be greeted by the recently opened SkyHelix Sentosa to enjoy breathtaking 360-degree views of the island.
Before catching the show, travel down to Siloso Beach and grab a bite at Halal-certified Good Old Days Food Court & Western Grill, located just a stone’s throw away from Wings of Time. Local visitors can purchase a Wings of Time + Good Old Days Value Set Meal priced at $18 (worth at least $29.80), choosing between the Asian Delight set, which comes with a choice of mains between Nonya Laksa, Ayam Penyet, and Vegetarian Fried Rice, or the Burger Combo, a choice between Chicken or Fish Burger. Both sets come with an ice cream cup and a choice of beverage.
For more information on Wings of Time, please visit https://mfleisure.com/WOT or follow Mount Faber Leisure Group on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.
This is a press release distributed by Mount Faber Leisure Group.
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