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“Great way to soak in the Chinese New Year festivities in Singapore”
Mar 4, 2018
“Excellent street parade”
If you are in Singapore during the Chinese New Year period, the Chingay Parade is an annual event you must not miss. Chingay means 'the art of costume and masquerade' in the Hokkien dialect and the parade is an annual celebration, where different...more
1 Republic Boulevard The Pit Building | The Pit Building, Singapore 038975, Singapore
An annual event that presents the National celebration of Chinese New Year. It is said to be a way of replacing small group celebrations where the Chinese will set off firecrackers.This practice was frowned upon as it used to cause fire at the rural areas....More
Went for the parade with my family and it was indeed a wonderful night to enjoy. From the parade, you learn so much about the different cultures and the diversity and harmony that Singaporeans can enjoy. There were also side shows before and after the...More
It is celebrated during Chinese New Year period (Jan or Feb).It is a spectacular colourful annual parade event held in Singapore at Marina Bay to show our celebrative spirit.It showcase moving beautiful floats representing the different aspects of Singapore.Organisations comprising of the different etnic races...More
We were lucky enough to be inSingaoore when this was on..we had bought tickets in advance ..which was a good thing. Price was reasonable and the night memorable. The parade must have laste a couple of hours. Amazing floats and multitude of dancers and dragons..music...More
Brightly lighted, colorful, decorated floats, dance acts, costumes galore - an exciting combo that makes for family fun.
Held at night, the international acts dazzles while local presentations are recognizable and nostalgic ... somehow.
Every year sees a different mobile show. You won't see the...More
This place will be very crowded on 11th March this year for the Chingay Parade. The parade which is a unified performance from all Chinese races in Malaysia attracted almost half a million during last year event and we are expecting similar or many greater...More
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This is a very good chance of witnessing the various ethnic cultural displays which is Singapore in a whole package.The parade goes through a planned route and spectators just wait by the road.The colourful lighted floats... More
This is a very good chance of witnessing the various ethnic cultural displays which is Singapore in a whole package.The parade goes through a planned route and spectators just wait by the road.The colourful lighted floats are the anticipated event.