Crane Dance : World’s Largest Dancing Animatronics Show Is In Singapore


Since the “Crane Dance” made its debut public appearance at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, on Christmas night, we had made two attempts to view it. But in vain.

Both times when we had arrived, it rained. Then when we gave up watching, the rain stopped.  Haha! It is either our luck or maybe just the December raining season.

Due to the earlier rain, we managed to catch a faraway view of the performance from Vivo City (it is definitely MUCH cheaper to park the car at Vivo than at the carpark of Resorts World Sentosa) but the view is definitely nothing compared to watching it at Sentosa. So, if you are thinking of catching the performance, be there at Sentosa itself.






Well, we will try again soon to catch this world’s largest dancing animatronics show “live”.  Hopefully, it doesn’t rain again.  The Crane Dance features two lovebirds (or mechanical cranes), with special effects enhanced by light, water and music. To know more, click HERE.



Photo Credit: Resorts World Sentosa


We heard that it is graceful, it is romantic, it is spectacular and it is worth every minute of the ten-minute performance. Moreover, viewing of the performance is free (except for an entrance fee to Sentosa) *smile*.

While we make our third attempt to catch this eye-opening performance created by Emmy award winner, Jeremy Railton soon, here’s a youtube video to keep us entertained ….

BTW, if you have watched the Crane Dance, how was the experience?

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5 Responses to “Crane Dance : World’s Largest Dancing Animatronics Show Is In Singapore”

  • Christy says:

    This is pretty cool. I would love to see it in person!

  • andy says:

    We intend to bring our kids to view the metal birds too :)
    (maybe after Hollywood-after-hours, or after Sentosa Boardwalk opens). You need a zoom lens keke.

  • Denesa says:

    Hi Christy,

    I am sure you will love the performance:)

  • Denesa says:

    Hi Andy,

    Yeap. we finally watched it “lived”last night and it is worth the visit. I am going again:) We have gone to the Hollywood-after-hours a few times as Universal Studio pass holder whenever we feel like having that welcoming blasts up close! Haha:)

  • Adith says:

    we’ve been there in the middle of July 2011. Just like you said, its really worth every minutes.. beautifull performance of robotic bird

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