Chinese New Year Celebrations At Gardens By The Bay

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Chinese New Year Celebrations At Gardens By The Bay

February 01, 2019

Celebrate Chinese New Year amidst colourful blooms at Gardens by the Bay. Besides floral displays, there are also a host of cultural festivities to enjoy as part of the Gardens’ Lunar New Year programme, “Spring Surprise”.

HIGHLIGHTS

• Dahlia Dreams  
Till 24 February, 9am to 9pm
Flower Dome
Admission charge to Flower Dome applies
www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/dahliadreams



This floral display features spectacular 5,000 dahlias from more than 100 varieties, as well as festive and auspicious plants like narcissus, cymbidium, chrysanthemum and golden lotus banana in a picturesque Chinese garden, framed by elegant pavilions, rotating water wheels and a majestic 35-metre-long archway of red lanterns.



Keep your eyes peeled for the exquisite Senrinzaki or “Thousand Blooms” chrysanthemum arrangements, which have been painstakingly cultivated over a period of at least one year to present the magnificent display of 500 to 1,500 flowers blooming from a single plant. To celebrate the Year of the Pig, delightful pig sculptures can also be spotted in the floral display.

Free 15-minute Guided Tours
Daily at 11am and 3pm (2pm to 5pm on 2, 3, 16 & 17 February). To participate, gather at the “ASK Me!” poster near the Flower Field. Tour will begin when there are five or more participants.

Get Crafty: Dahlias
23 February, 2pm – 5pm
South American Garden, Flower Dome
Enjoy an afternoon of crafts and fun. As you marvel at the myriad of dahlias on display, fold origami dahlias and learn more about these colourful blooms.


Spring Surprise
Till 10 February, noon to 8.20pm (selected timings)
Supertree Grove, Flower Dome, The Canopy
Programmes are free, admission charge to Flower Dome applies
www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/springsurprise



Enjoy an array of festive performances including the specially choreographed “Carps Leaping Over the Dragon’s Gate”, a magnificent LED performance rich in Chinese culture and legends; traditional lion dance and lion dance on poles; and performances by Singapore Chinese Orchestra, Ding Yi Music Company and talented students from various schools.


Ding Yi Music Company


www.gardensbythebay.com.sg

Photos courtesy of Gardens by the Bay

Photo on homepage courtesy of Hanfugirl

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We are happy to assist you with dining and spa reservations, transportation arrangements, children’s programmes, and arranging itineraries. Please provide general details and the concierge will contact you to discuss your plans further.

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