Activities during Chinese New Year

Hope everyone is coping well in the first month of 2019! Parents are busy with home, work and children. Children are trying to prepare themselves for a new school term, especially those who just enter primary 1 or secondary 1. They have to adapt to a new environment, with new system and new friends.

While everyone is occupied, we do not forget that Chinese New Year is coming! It’s the time where all the spring cleaning, buying of new clothes and decoration of the house keep the festive mood going.

To keep the festive mood going, we have listed a few places where you can have some family bonding time.

  1. Light to Night Festival 2019

This year light to Night Festival let you get a feel of the Bicentennial edition which will run from 28 Jan - 24 Feb 2019.

To find out more about the event, click the link to learn more. https://www.nationalgallery.sg/festivals/light-to-night-traces-and-echoes?&utm_source=TSL&utm_medium=website_advertorial&utm_content=advertorial&utm_campaign=LTN2019

To plan your expedition as there will be various events running at 7 zones in the entire civic district, click here https://www.nationalgallery.sg/sites/default/files/Light_To_Night_2019_Traces_and_Echoes-Brochure_2.PDF

2. Colours of Spring at Gardens By The Bay

Leap right into a prosperous year and celebrate spring with exciting festive performances and activities!

Don't miss "Carps Leaping Over The Dragon's Gate", a magnificent LED performance of an auspicious Chinese myth! Catch exciting lion dances - Traditional Lion Dance and Lion Dance on Poles, and two Chinese Orchestra performances by top notch musicians from the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Ding Yi Music Company. To find out the the details, click the link http://m.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/whats-on/calendar-of-events/spring-surprise-2019.html


3. Chinatown

How can we forget our Chinese New Year celebrations and shopping in Chinatown! Feel the hype and get yourselves soaked in this festive season in a sea of red and gold.

To find out more details, click the link http://www.chinatownfestivals.sg/

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