The water curtain performance of the crane ballet is a very shocking and beautiful laser water curtain performance on Sentosa. The performance was performed on the beach, with dazzling lights, shocking music and two large crane models, creating a fantastic feeling, which is worth seeing.
It's absolutely worthwhile to go. The crane ballet in Santa Taosha Seaside Square has nine o'clock in the reference book. The actual time is now eight o'clock in the evening. We should consult more staff. The first day was magnificently missed, the next day continued, and finally fulfilled my wish. It was really shocked and worth going again.
It's hard to imagine that the Crane Ballet is a free show on Sentosa Island. Punctual release at 8 p.m., every night, compared with the Laser Show at Jinsha Hotel, there are a lot of shocks here, there are large cranes, but it's better to go earlier to find a better location.
At 8 p.m., it's a free light show that lasts for ten minutes. Free, because it's too late to see the Wing of Time performance from Universal Studios, but there are also water cranes. Very wonderful performance, we must go ahead and occupy the favorable terrain. It's just that the mobile phone is too bad and the photographic effect is not good at night.
It's really enjoyable to go to the fountain show with popcorn. The fountain show will be held at 8:00 every night and must occupy the position ahead of time. I've already done it twice, but it's just as shocking. The shocking performance also proves that Singapore is really a developed country from one side.
The Crane Ballet is specially created by Entertainment Design Corporation for the Yunding World of Sentosa, Singapore. Jeremy Railton, an international show master who won four Emmy Awards under the company's flag, personally operates the knife. He is renowned worldwide for his role as artistic director of the 57th Academy Awards and designer of the opening ceremony of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. His most personal milestone was the design of two of the world's largest electronic displays on the Forbidden City in Beijing and Fremont Street in Las Vegas. The Crane Ballet is presented free of charge every night in the seaside workshop of Singapore's Sentosa World of Scenic Spots. The seaside square can accommodate 800 spectators at the same time. The performance starts at 9 p.m. and lasts about 10 minutes. Although the mechanical metal crane is a little strange, but combined with the lighting, water spraying and fireworks effect, it is very creative. The most special is in the round moonlight, set off by a more artistic conception.