Catch Wonder Full this week before its last show on 2nd April at 11pm!
A brand new light and water show will be unveiled in future, set to bring new heights of magic and splendour to the Marina Bayfront promenade. We look forward to welcoming you to the new light and water show – check back here for further details to be announced!
Immerse yourself in Wonder Full: an amazing convergence of light, music and sound, where the universal tale of the journey of life is told by masterfully combining both electric lights and laser effects. Come by and witness a spectacular 13-minute showpiece of visual effects by the waterfront, with the stunning cityscape of Singapore lit up in the backdrop.
Since its inception in February 2011, Wonder Full has been extremely popular with both locals as well as tourists, attracting over an estimated 4.2 million visitors from all around the globe and providing a spectacular source of entertainment to visitors. The show continues to play to over 30,000 spectators per week.
Event Plaza at the Promenade
Free and open to the public
Mon 27 March - Thu 30 March
Fri 31 March - Sun 2 April
+65 6688 8868
Wonder Full is a unique, beautiful story about the creation of Life – told through the use of water, fire, light, lasers and other high impact Mega Media elements. This spectacular show explores humanity and the beauty of the human experience through original footage of the people of Singapore, taking you on an emotional and heartfelt journey.
It also features motion pictures, music produced in Singapore with heavy local influences, an original sound score and an abundance of technologies spanning the 15.4 hectare (38 acre) Marina Bay Sands site.
A 360 degree experience unlike anything seen before.
Awards And Acclamations
- Best New South East Asian Tourist Attraction by ASEANTA (Association of Southeast Asian Nations Tourist Association)
- Winner of PATA Gold Award for ‘Contribution to Culture’ (Pacific Asia Travel Association)
- Best International Multimedia Show by ILDA (International Laser Display Association).
Wonder Full celebrates local Singaporean talent by showcasing and highlighting the best of Singaporean musicians across two generations. Laservision engaged the late Mr Iskandar Ismail, an internationally renowned Musician, Composer, Producer, Music Arranger, Director, Conductor and Orchestra Conductor to create an original sound score, while Mr Daryl Ang was selected as the Maestro and Conductor for this prestigious project.
Original Sound Score
The original soundtrack was recorded on location in Bratislava by the 140 strong Bratislava Symphony Orchestra including 10 sopranos, 10 altos, 8 tenors and 8 basses.
Local Singaporean Talent
Also featured in the soundtrack is child violin prodigy, Gabriel Ng. He came to national prominence in 2003, when he won Singapore’s National Piano and Violin Competition when he was just nine years old.
‘What a Wonderful World’ by Louis Armstrong is an instantly recognisable work that has delighted millions of people globally through many years. As part of Wonder Full's original soundtrack, a rendition of this song was performed by the Bratislava orchestra and two famous Singaporean singers, Mr Joakim Gomez and Ms Amni Musfirah.
Elegant custom-designed musical fountain spanning the waterfront event plaza with 18 individually controlled fountains reaching up to 20 metres in height work in conjunction with independent tilt mechanisms to create a wide range of stunning liquid patterns. The fountains are illuminated by submerged high powered multi-coloured custom LED technology.
Screens and Projectors
Three enormous Water~Screens creating majestic liquid walls spanning about 2,000 square metres (1/2 an acre) and nine high powered High Definition Video Projectors are enclosed within customised floating barges.
Wonder Full showcases a grand total of half a million watts of light including: 30 high powered multi-coloured moving searchlights located on the waterfront Event Plaza, Skypark and ArtScience Museum Oculus; one billion foot candles of light arising from the Oculus of the ArtScience Museum into the heavens; six high powered Stella~Ray and Light~Ray Laser Systems producing over 300,000 milliwatts of laser energy capable of being seen for up to 55 kilometres outdoors; and over 250,000 energy efficient intelligent Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs).