Images of Singapore LIVE takes you on a journey to uncover the Singapore’s story, from a humble Malay fishing village to 21st century powerhouse. There is someone at every scene playing a certain role such as a Samsui woman, cinema attendant, who tells the history as well. It is interactive and theatrical. Through a unique mix of live actors and special effects in short skit and role-playing, get ready to step back in time to Singapore’s past. You will be ushered from point to point by the actors. There are human sculptures along the way that would talk occasionally. It is a nice touch.
The entry to this is along with that of Madame Tussauds. The story telling is quite unique with live actors in most of the places, adding a touch of reality to the show. actors were enthusiastic. short skit, role-playing made the show more interesting. very realistic in the terms of their accent and looks. I’d also like to appreciate how they interacted with the audience and made them feel like they were actually in the place! they usher the crowd from point to point, sending you on a journey from the past to the present. Good way to present the history of how Singapore has evolved. spending a long time in queue. We started of in the Harbour master’s office and the show ends with a boat ride after which, we entered Madame Tussauds. The show is of about 30 minutes duration and certainly worth doing.
Embark on a voyage aboard The Spirit of Singapore – a 3 min boat ride that celebrates everything unique about Singapore (Sights & sounds include Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore F1 Night Race, a Beijing opera and much more).
|Spirit of Singapore boat ride|
After the boat ride, you enter Madame Tussauds Singapore where you get to rub shoulders with the wax sculptures of your favourite icons, rock stars, actors, politicians, musicians and more.
It’s very beautiful wax museum. Sculptures are impressive and life-like. I was very much happy to see lot great Indian personalities statue in the museum. The place is quite small, crowded in certain places especially weekend. Some of the figures weren’t very good replicas. couldn’t figure out who the Marilyn Monroe one was. Don’t know why they had kept an Indian Actor, Sharukh Khan in a glass enclosure. If you havent visited any other Wax museum this will be great experience. We could carry our stroller till last stop and had to park outside the building.
|Madame Tussauds Singapore red carpet|
|We are on the Oprah Winfrey Show|
|Phua Chu Kang and the famous yellow boots|
|The Terminator Bike. Thanks Arnold.|
|MJ and Katy in action|
|Stefanie Sun – Singaporean singer and songwriter|
|Yao Ming is a retired Chinese professional basketball player. At the time of his final season, he was the tallest active player in the NBA, at 2.29 m (7 ft 6 in).|
|Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn|
The AR (Augmented Reality) screen that places virtual Bollywood dancers in your environment as if they are dancing with you.
Mon – Fri, excluding public holidays: 10am – 7.30pm (last admission at 6pm)
Sat & Sun and public holidays: 10am – 9pm (last admission at 7.30pm)
Admission (They come together)
IOS LIVE+Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride & Madame Tussauds Singapore Combo, Marvel Universe 4D, Ultimate Film Star Experience (5 in 1):- Adult: $30. Child (3 – 12 years old): $24
Admission Restriction (FAQ): Baby prams/ strollers are not allowed in the attraction. They must be left outside at the drop-off point. Children below the height of 1.4metres have to be accompanied by an adult during the ride. Please note that no babies in arms are allowed.
By Sentosa Express monorail: Alight at Imbiah Station
By Taxi: Access Sentosa Island via the Sentosa Gateway and head to Imbiah Road (by the cable car station)
By Foot: Walk from Sentosa Boardwalk
Imbiah Lookout Car Park
Ref: thewackyduo.com, wikipedia.org