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Omni-Theatre - Home of the World’s Latest & Brightest 8K Digital Planetarium System

The Omni-Theatre uses state-of-the-art digital projectors and powerful digital planetarium software to present fulldome shows of unrivalled digital resolution and brightness.

A key highlight is our Live Planetarium Show which is a digital presentation that is projected on the dome screen using our digital planetarium system and delivered live by our very own Science Educator.

With Asia’s largest seamless dome screen (23m), specially designed seating configuration and surround-sound effects, your students will be enthralled by an experiential learning journey like no other!

For booking timings, please refer to the booking forms below.



Live Planetarium Shows
A Live Show is a live presentation conducted by a Science Educator. Amazing visuals are projected on the dome screen using a computer and specialised software.
Cosmic Surfing
How big is our Galaxy compared to the rest of the Universe? Join our Science Educator on this faster-than-light trip from Earth, right out to the edge of the Universe!
8 minutes – that’s how long a beam of light takes to travel from the Sun to the Earth! That may sound like a huge distance, but it’s only a small step compared to the size of our entire Solar System. Yet, the Solar System itself is but a small blip compared to the Milky Way Galaxy.

But how big is our Galaxy compared to the rest of the Universe? Join our Science Educator on this faster-than-light trip from Earth, right out to the edge of the Universe!

Duration: Approx. 30 mins
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Exploring the Planets
From the Earth, most planets look simply like bright stars moving across the night sky. But as you get up close, they are all as different as you and me!
From the Earth, most planets look simply like bright stars moving across the night sky. But as you get up close, they are all as different as you and me!

What lies below the clouds of Venus? What does it look like to stand on Mars? What makes up the beautiful rings of Saturn? Let our Science Educator bring you on an interplanetary journey through our Solar System!

Duration: Approx. 30 mins
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What’s Up There?
What stars, planets and constellations are in the skies tonight? As the Earth spins around the Sun, we will see different portions of the night sky.
What stars, planets and constellations are in the skies tonight? As the Earth spins around the Sun, we will see different portions of the night sky. Every week brings a slightly different visual spectacle to the skies overhead. In this live show, our Science Educator will bring you on a tour of the current night sky, point out the beautiful sights and share fascinating stories about the stars.

Duration: Approx. 30 mins
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Climate Change
Witness the changes that Earth has gone through in the past 250 years due to human actions as our Science Educators share more about the consequences of climate change and its impact on our lives.
Our Earth behaves as a living breathing organism, her breath the weather above our heads, and her circulatory system, the ocean currents. For millions of years, the conditions on earth have been kept in balance. In the last 250 years, something changed. Humans started affecting the environment in a big way. One of the effects of this is global warming. Is it too late to stop climate change? How will it affect our lives?

Duration: Approx. 30 mins
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DIGITAL FULLDOME MOVIE
A Digital movie is a movie (ie digital movie file) that is screened on the dome screen using a computer and specialised software.


Natural Selection 3D
Join Darwin on his voyage to the Galapagos Islands, and learn the mechanism of natural selection through beautiful examples in nature.
Natural Selection celebrates the 150th anniversary of the publication of “On the Origin of Species” and the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth.

We will join Darwin on his voyage with the HMS Beagle to the Galapagos Islands where he was inspired to develop his later theory of transmutation by natural selection.

From the comfort of Down House in Kent, Darwin himself will explain the mechanism of natural selection to the audience, and support it by showing many beautiful examples in nature.

The thrill of a scientific discovery, the adventure of science and the beauty of nature are central in this show.

Target Audience: Age 10 and above

Duration: Approx. 40 minutes
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One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure
Follow Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, on an imaginary trip to the moon.
(Highly recommended for 3-6years old)
Young children will be thrilled when they find themselves on Sesame Street with their famous friends, Big Bird and Elmo. The fun begins when Elmo’s friend, Hu Hu Zhu, visits from China and the three of them take the audience on an exciting journey of discovery to learn about the Sun, stars, and Big Dipper.

Duration: Approx. 30 mins
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Earth, Moon & Sun
Follow Coyote, a fun Native American character, as he explores the relationship between the Earth, Moon and the sun.
Join Coyote, an amusing character adapted from Native American oral traditions, as he explores the relationship between the Earth, Mon and Sun, and how these celestial bodies work together. Watch as Native American stories unfold and distinguish myth from science.

Duration: Approx. 40 mins
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Mysteries of the Unseen World
National Geographic’s Mysteries of the Unseen World brings you on a journey into the unseen world around us; and to examine the properties of objects at the nanoscale.
The movie reveals phenomena that can’t be seen with the naked eye, taking audiences into earthly worlds secreted away in different dimensions of time and scale. Experience events that unfold too slowly for human perception; "see” the beauty, drama, and even humour of phenomena that occur in the flash of a microsecond; enter a microscopic world once reserved for scientists, but now made accessible to the rest of us; and begin to understand that what we actually see is only a fraction of what there is to see on Earth.

High-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy, and nanotechnology are just a few of the advancements in science that allow us to see a universe of things, events, creatures, and processes we never even knew existed. Come and be amazed by the big reveal!

Duration: Approx. 40 mins

Target Audience: Age 7 and above
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Dinosaurs at Dusk: the Origins of Flight
Go a fantastic adventure to the age of the Dinosaurs!
Follow Lucy and her father as they fly through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous geological periods using a variety of off-road vehicles in search of the ancestors of modern-day birds, the feathered Dinosaurs, in this most kinetic planetarium show ever produced!

Duration: Approx. 30 mins

Target Audience: Age 7 and above
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