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Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021

When:

Sat Jan 23 2021, 7:00pm–12:00am
Fri Jan 29 2021, 7:00am–11:00am
Sun Feb 14 2021, 7:00am–11:00am
Sun Feb 28 2021, 7:00am–11:00am

Where: Chinatown, Pagoda Street, Chinatown, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Street Light-Up

This year's Street Light-Up will feature sculptured lanterns of oxen, pomelos, pineapples, blossom trees, gold coins and ingots, and more, combining traditions with a modern design that will enthral visitors.

Chinese New Year Short Films

29 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 (Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram pages)

Enjoy three specially produced short films featuring renowned Chinatown merchants such as Bee Cheng Hiang, Kele and Spring Court. The short films will bring the audience through a journey on the preparation of various Chinese New Year delicacies and how these delicacies came to be associated with the festival and its traditions.

29 Jan: Spring Court
14 Feb: Bee Cheng Hiang
28 Feb: Kele

Chinatown Chinese New Year 2021 Online Activities

24 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 (Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram pages)

A series of online activities and giveaways to learn about and celebrate Chinese New Year and its traditions.
There will also be Pineapple Tart Making Virtual Workshop with Kele (24 Jan) and an online photo collage activity in early February for some family-bonding fun!

Stay tuned to the Chinatown Festivals Facebook and Instagram for details on the photo collage activity.
Note: The Pineapple Tart Making Virtual Workshop is now full.

360 Virtual Tour and Heritage Trail

Late January/ Early February - (Chinatown Festivals website - chinatownfestivals.sg)

The Chinatown 360 Virtual Tour is back for a second edition, featuring the Chinatown Chinese New Year Street Light-Up as we celebrate the Year of the Ox.

In addition, you can also enjoy the virtual Heritage Trail within the 360 Virtual Tour, where our volunteer guides will bring you through various points of interests in Chinatown while sharing the culture and heritage of this historic precinct.

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