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Chinese New Year in Singapore

January 29, 2019 Visit ASEAN No Comments Email Email

Chinatown Light-up
This February and March, Chinatown will be full of festivities and beautifully adorned with colourful lanterns and decorations. The street Light-Up features handmade sculptured lanterns of Pigs, flowers and greetings. www.visitsingapore.com/festivals-events-singapore/cultural-festivals/chinese-new-year/

Gardens by the Bay 
Stroll through a Chinese garden blooming with colourful dahlias as the popular “Dahlia Dreams” floral display at Gardens by the Bay returns once again. Admire the beautiful dahlias, amidst a traditional Chinese landscape dotted with elegant pavilions, a 40-metre-long archway of red lanterns and more. www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/whats-on/calendar-of-events/dahlia-dreams-2019.html

Chinese New Year
Held on the 5th of February, the heart of Chinese New Year is ultimately a celebration of home and family, and the first few days are spent visiting relatives and friends, conveying blessings of good fortune for the year ahead. The best part of a festival that lasts for 15 days is the yummy food to be had throughout as a celebration and wish for successful new beginnings!

Chingay Parade
Enjoy the largest street performance and float parade in Asia from the 15 – 16 of February! From the main parade site to the suburban heartlands, this street extravaganza epitomises the dynamism of Singapore’s vibrant and multicultural society with floats, dancing dragons, prancing lions and more, in a celebration of Chinese New Year. The 2018 parade theme is “Cultural Fantasy.” www.chingay.org.sg

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