Chinese New Year is an exciting event for the Chinese and even those who are not. Singapore is one of the top destinations that offer the best Lunar New Year experience. That day is just around the corner so here are the best things to do if you want to bask in the festive vibe of this event.
The whole celebration of Chinese New Year in Singapore lasts for several days so it’s best to stay for awhile if you want to experience the wholeness of this festivity. Booking an apartment for rent Singapore short term is a perfect choice to save on your accommodation expenses.
Chinatown is a place you should never miss if you want to marvel at the festive New Year. The streets of this place will be lit up by handcrafted lanterns plus other stunning sights. Visit their street bazaar and find almost everything – from stylish clothing to yummy New Year delicacies to decors. Catch some traditional performances held at the Kreta Ayer Square and marvel at the colourful culture of China.
You can also spend your New Year’s Eve there are join everyone for the countdown. Be entertained by songs, dances, and party all night long. The fireworks display is surely a sight you wouldn’t want to miss.
Never miss the annual Chingay Parade held at the F1 Pit Building. Marvel at the colourful float parade featuring dances, festive costumes, music, pyrotechnics and many more.
Resorts World Sentosa
Both kids and adults will surely enjoy a visit to Resorts World Sentosa. Watch amazing Chinese traditional performances and go on a learning trip at Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium. Kids will surely love engaging in fun activities and watching the unique underwater dragon dance.
This place is rarely open to the public so grab the chance if it’s open. Marvel at the beauty of this place and take a stroll along expensive grounds. You can also enjoy great performances and take a tour of functions rooms where meetings are held by Singaporean leaders.
Gardens by the Bay
Be amazed at the beautiful scenery of the Chinese imperial gardens. You can find lots of lovely flowers there such as camellias, dahlias, bromeliads and lagerstroemias. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the God of Fortune around the Flower Dome. Never miss the ultraviolet performances which are going to be held at the Supertree Grove, The Canopy, and Flower Dome.
What are you waiting for? Set your calendars and get ready for a fun-filled adventure this coming Chinese New Year.