Date: Fri, 20 Jan – Sun, 19 Feb 2017
Time: 9am - 9pm daily
Location: Flower Dome (A 20-minute train ride from Orchard MRT Station – Royal Plaza on Scotts to Bayfront MRT Station)
Admission: Refer here for more information  River Hongbao 2017 Photo credits: Singapore Tourism Board An annual extravaganza since 1986, the River Hongbao is held again on the Floating Platform @ Marina Bay, overlooking the breathtaking Marina Bay skyline. Be enthralled by the larger-than life lanterns depicting the twelve zodiacs, God of Fortune and Chinese mythical creatures. Try your hands at Calligraphy, or simply watch ‘live’ demonstration of paper cutting on Handicraft Street. And what’s an extravaganza without some action? Believe me, it will never be a dull moment when you can catch exciting music performances, ride on amusement rides and play carnival games! If you’re hungry, hop over to the largest outdoor Food Street located within the River Hongbao to feast on over 40 scrumptious varieties of local and regional delicacies. Round up the night with a spectacular display of fireworks that will be happening daily.
Date: Thu, 26 Jan – Sat, 4 Feb 2017
Time: 2 – 11pm daily, except 27 Jan 2017 (2pm – 1am)
Location: The Float @ Marina Bay (A 20-minute train ride from Orchard MRT Station – Royal Plaza on Scotts to Bayfront MRT Station)
Admission: Free  Chinatown: Lunar New Year Countdown Party Photo credits: The Finder Immerse yourself in the heart of Chinatown as you welcome the arrival of spring. Join celebrated local artistes in a host of festive song performances and interactive games, and be amazed by the captivating fireworks display and lighting up of thunderous firecrackers (Ps. It’s the only event in Singapore that legally allows firecrackers) as you countdown together!
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2017
Time: 9.30pm - 12.30am
Location: New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street (A 25-minute train ride from Orchard MRT Station – Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore Hotel to Chinatown MRT Station)
Admission: Free  Huayi 2017 Chinese Festival of Arts Photo credit: Tatler Singapore Participate in the movement to celebrate Singapore’s multicultural heritage, the annual cultural festival showcases stunning works of local and regional artists. Expect an array of artistic performances and programmes catered to the young and old. Some exciting highlights include Child’s Play (Kids only) – Learn the origins of Lunar New Year through an interactive storytelling performace, FanTASTIC Fun! – Team up with the young one to make your own beautiful Chinese fans, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream – A sexy Cantonese adaptation of Shakespeare’s well-loved romantic comedy.
Date: 3 - 12 Feb 2017
Time: Programme Schedule
Location: Around Esplanade (A 20-minute train ride from Orchard MRT Station – Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore Hotel to Bayfront MRT Station)
Admission: Refer here for more information  Chingay Parade 2017 Photo credit: Honeycombers Singapore Chingay means “The Art of Costume and Masquerade” in Hokkien. Expect lots of jaw-dropping line-ups in this visual spectacle boasting flamboyant costumes, fantabulous lights and a mountain of performers. This year, the Chingay parade will be celebrating its 45th edition and to make the incredibly popular parade evenpecial. There will be parading of floats from its heydays, firework display, and sing-a-long “Xinyao” (ballads created by young Singaporeans) sessions. All these will be coupled with water, fire, snow and lighting effects. A glitzy fanfare indeed! Get your cameras ready!
Date: 10 -11 Feb 2017
Location: F1 Pit Building (A 20-minute train ride from Orchard MRT Station – Royal Plaza on Scotts Hotel Singapore to Bayfront MRT Station)
Admission: Ticket Prices
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