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Christmas extravaganza is redefined this year with Resorts World Sentosa ringing in the festive season with daily snowfall, brand-new shows and extended park hours till 9pm at Universal Studios Singapore.
There is something for everyone in the family! “Snowy Christmas at Santa’s Land” in Universal Studios Singapore will showcase Singapore’s biggest snowfall across three themed zones – Hollywood, New York and Sci-Fi City every hour every day. Look out for Elmo and friends from Sesame Street, the Minions from DESPICABLE ME, Puss in Boots and Kitty Softpaws in Christmas outfit during the scheduled meet and greet sessions.
Several new shows will staged at New York Public Library this December – Santa’s Toy Soldiers in The Changing of the Guards will see toy soldiers coming to life as they march to the beat of the drums, twice daily. Both young and old will be entertained by the annual Dancing Christmas Light Show at the library steps, as well as a new multimedia video mapping show - Winter Tales, on its façade. Both shows take place three times nightly.
Coveted and award-winning Sesame Street Saves Christmas show is also returning with a bigger stage at Pantages Hollywood Theater. Telling an original Christmas tale, the Sesame Street gang helps Santa and his elves to keep Christmas out of jeopardy. The show production has recently bagged The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) 2014 Brass Ring Awards for Live Entertainment Excellence - Best Overall Production.
Christmas Fireworks Spectacular is set to light up the night with new music and pyrotechnics. Happening on select Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in December and additional show on Christmas Day. So head down to Universal Studios Singapore this festive season where Christmas celebration is more than just decking out in holly and tinsel! For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit www.rwsentosa.com/uss
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