SENTOSA: The Wings of Time Show + Tastes of Asia Pre-Show Dinner @Sentosa_Island

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WINGS OF TIME is a mesmerizing multimedia lights and sounds musical show with an amazing display of water, lazer, and fire effects, with a backdrop of the open sea at night.

Go and eat some Asian food at Tastes of Asia and watch Wings of Time to end your fun adventure at Sentosa with a bang.

Tickets: Local S$15 | Standard S$18 | Premium S$23 
Show times: 7.40pm & 8.40pm daily 

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Tastes of Asia is located at Beach Station, just right across the Wings of Time amphitheatre.

Beach Station, Sentosa Island
Operating Hours: Mon – Sun: 11am – 10pm (Last Order 9pm)
Telephone: +65 6273-1743
WebsiteTastes of Asia

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It has a fast casual ambiance and specializes on Indian, Singaporean, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine.

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This is the perfect place to go if you’re craving for Singaporean and Asian food.

Taste of Asia Menu: Cover | Appetizers & Noodles | Signatures | Classics, Vegetables, All-Time Favourites | Mains, One-Dish Wonders | Beverages

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Pad Thai (S$7.80). A popular stir-fried noodle dish from the streets of Thailand made with rice noodles, assorted seafood, tofu, and bean sprouts.

The Pad Thai was sweet, a bit spicy, salty, and tangy. The portion size is good to share with the family.

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Chicken Satay (S$6.80). Half a dozen grilled meat skewers served with cucumbers, onions, and peanut sauce.

Chicken satay was a sure hit with the boys because of the sweet peanut-satay sauce.

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Hawker Signatures (S$12.50). Four iconic Singapore favorites in one satisfying platter! Hainanese Chicken Rice–flavored rice topped with steamed chicken, Laksa–noodles and assorted seafood in a spicy coconut broth, Satay–grilled chicken skewers, and Otah–grilled fish paste wrapped in banana leaves.

This is a sampler plate of the 4 hawker signature dishes. It was good but bitin, so we had to order the full dishes to satisfy our Singaporean food craving.

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Singapore Laksa (S$8.20). A generous combination of herbs and spices creates a flavourful coconut broth in which rice noodles and assorted seafood are served.

The laksa was not that bad, with white rice noodles and a coconut spicy broth.

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✮ Chicken Biryani (S$9.80). Oven-baked basmati rice and chicken flavoured with aromatic herbs and spices.

My favorite dish at Tastes of Asia–Basmati rice with chicken flavored with herbs and spices.

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✮ Hainanese Chicken Rice (S$9.80). Smooth chicken served with aromatic rice that has been cooked in chicken broth, accompanied by vegetables in oyster sauce.

Another hit dish with the boys because of the chicken rice and the tender chicken slices.

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Homemade Iced Lemon Tea (S$3.00) and Bandung (S$3.00), the pink colored one. 

We were a bit playful with our drinks and I let the boys try the Bandung.

We finished dinner just in time to watch the 7.40pm show of Wings of Time, which runs for 25 minutes.

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The show is set on an open air amphitheatre facing the open sea and starts with an ice breaker.

The Storyline

Explore new dimensions with Shahbaz, a mystical pre-historic bird. Together with his friends, Rachel and Felix, they travel across beautiful landscapes and the mysteries of time. His friends discover more about the courage to be more than who they think they were.

At journey’s end, will Shahbaz find home? Will a boy and girl find true friendship?
The story continues in Wings of Time!

(Source: Wings of Time)

The show is very colorful, projected on the water with robotic fountains and reinforced with scenes on the LCD panels.

The show also uses pyrotechnics for emphasis on certain aspects of the show.

The panoramic vista was awesome!

The play of laser lights broke the monotony and added a futuristic feel.

The grand finale with fountain effects, lights display, and fireworks.

IMG_0280.jpgI appreciate the use of the latest multimedia technology to produce the Wings of Time, but the storyline of the Songs of the Sea (the musical show it replaced) was much better.  

Tickets: Local S$15 | Standard S$18 | Premium S$23 
Show times: 7.40pm & 8.40pm daily 

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Disclosures: We’ve been to Sentosa many times on our own before. This recent trip with the boys was courtesy of our friends from Sentosa. I wrote this article with my own biases, opinions, and insights. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here.  

P.S. After the show, you can take the bus from the Beach Station area back to your hotel. 


Here’s the route for Bus #3…

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