There is a new attraction at Resorts World Sentosa—cranes. Yes, the kind that built it, but in the form of birds. The Crane Dance is the world’s tallest dancing animatronics show. Rising to a height of 30 meters (10 storeys high) and weighing 80 tonnes each, you don’t need to crane your neck to catch it at all.
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The Crane Dance tells a magical love story between two cranes, drawing inspiration from folklore found in many cultures (cranes are widely recognized as symbols of longevity, abundance and good luck), where the power of love is able to infuse life into even inanimate forms. The performance is told through a magnificent animatronics spectacle, complete with digital art, LED displays, stunning light and water effects, pyrotechnics as well as an original score.
It is directed by world-renowned show maestro and Emmy award-winner, Jeremy Railton, who was also previously involved in live concert staging for Cher, Diana Ross and the late Michael Jackson.
Admission to the Crane Dance is free. It will be performed every night at the Resorts World Sentosa waterfront at 9 p.m.