Located next to the Sentosa’s Beach Station, the Central Beach Bazaar has soft-opened and is offering visitors new food concepts and fresh experiences such as musical fountain shows and the tallest water jet in Southeast Asia.
International Food Street at the Central Beach Bazaar
The highlight of Central Beach Bazaar is the International Food Street, a collection of various food concepts located in a mix of food trucks, kombi vans and upcycled shipping containers.
Colourful containers occupy the centre area around the Wings of Time’s Premium Gate 3.
The stalls here are the Chipper Roll, a British-themed stall, and Slurps & Scoops. The former serves grub such as pies and fish & chips. The latter has a mix of ice creams and drinks. They are pretty handy grab-and-go type foods and are quite reasonably priced. For example, Bangers and Mash costs $8.80 and Fish and Chips is priced at $7.80.
Flanking the central stalls are more food stalls. The concepts here are have been inspired by street food from cities across the globe.
To the left are food stalls operating out of cool-looking VW Kombi vans. One of these stores is Mama Shop, a Singapore snack and beverage stall.
At the other side of the containers are food trucks. These include Bentori, a shop which will sell Japanese yakitori.
F&B vouchers are available for purchase via Mount Faber Leisure Group’s website, and can be redeemed across the kiosks at the International Food Street. Each $5 voucher comes with a complimentary entry to the Sentosa Musical Fountain & Sentosa SkyJet main viewing gallery.
Return of the Sentosa Musical Fountain
A new attraction at the Central Beach Bazaar is the Sentosa Musical Fountain. A nod to the famed water show that was a mainstay of any Sentosa visit in the 1980s, the new Sentosa Musical Fountain will have shows running in the daytime. It operates out of the Wings of Time venue.
There will be two versions of the Musical Fountain show, each lasting five minutes.
The first will feature nostalgic tunes from the 1990s while the second features Singapore’s National Day songs.
The shows run from 11 am to 1.30 pm and then from 3 pm to 5 pm. The shows take place every half-an-hour.
You will need to spend a minimum spend of $5 at the International Food Street to get a QR-coded ticket to enter into the Wings of Time area to watch the show. Personally, we’d advise going at the later part of the day if you wish to catch it on a sunny day as it can get quite hot otherwise.
In between the Sentosa Musical Fountain and Wings of Time shows, visitors can enjoy views of the Sentosa SkyJet.
At 80 metres tall, or as high as a 24-storey building, the Sentosa SkyJet is the tallest fountain in Southeast Asia. The Sentosa SkyJet operates daily from 10 am to 5 pm, 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm and 9 pm to 10 pm. At night, it will be illuminated by full colour LED lights.
For the best views of Sentosa SkyJet, get entry to the Wings of Time viewing gallery with a minimum spend of $5 per person at International Food Street.
More Attractions to Come
By year-end, Central Beach Bazaar will have another final new attraction dedicated to two experiences – simulator rides and carnival games for all ages.
The Power Boat Racing simulator ride will offer the exhilarating thrill of high-speed boat races. The high-resolution speed boat racing game allows players compete for glory while traversing realistic displays of tropical seascapes in real time.
Those who fancy the conviviality of carnivals can step right up for a chance to win huge plushie toy prizes at the Beach Carnival Games.