Singapore Flyer announces new attraction, Time Capsule

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The Lion Show at the Time Capsule<span> tells the tale of its rendezvous with Sang Nila </span><span>Utama in 1299. (PHOTO: Singapore Flyer)</span>
The Lion Show at the Time Capsule tells the tale of its rendezvous with Sang Nila Utama in 1299. (PHOTO: Singapore Flyer)

Singapore — Singapore Flyer is announcing a new attraction today (16 April) – Time Capsule – which will be open to members of the public in the fourth quarter of 2019. The Time Capsule will present a multi-sensory experience of the Singapore story from the past to present, with a glimpse of the future. Using immersive media like feature projection mapping, holographic technology and interactive multi-touch screens, the Time Capsule will highlight some of the nation’s inspiring moments to well-known legends.

Mr Ringo Leung, General Manager of the Singapore Flyer said, The Singapore Flyer maintains its commitment to be an active player in Marina Bay’s continual development and to be an iconic Singapore attraction. The debut of Time Capsule is the first milestone of this commitment in the years to come.”

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As guests traverse the River, they will be encircled by a panoramic projection of historical and contemporary footages, illustrating the nation’s pre-independence years to its early days of nation- building and modern urban infrastructure, demonstrating the chronological development and transformation of the Singapore skyline. (PHOTO: Singapore Flyer)
As guests traverse the River, they will be encircled by a panoramic projection of historical and contemporary footages, illustrating the nation’s pre-independence years to its early days of nation- building and modern urban infrastructure, demonstrating the chronological development and transformation of the Singapore skyline. (PHOTO: Singapore Flyer)

Mr Leung added, “Time Capsule guests can expect a vibrantly-illuminated walk-through of the Singapore story. Our team has thoughtfully curated the content flow to be refreshing for locals, yet retaining the essential historical facts to educate first-time visitors to Singapore. A lot of effort has gone into making the Time Capsule’s environment engaging, by allowing guests to enter a surrealistic time travel, and at the same time learn bite- sized snippets of the Singapore story at interactive touch points throughout their journey.”

More information on the Time Capsule will be revealed closer to the official launch date.

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