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Come and See These Instagrammable Spots from iLight SG for Free!

Take a stroll around Singapore’s pedestrian streets is a very relaxing and exiting thing to do, especially when there is an event happening around the area! This year, iLight Singapore is bringing its artistic lights to Singapore River, Marina Bay, dan Civic District. iLight is a Singapore arts festival that becomes the focus of Southeast Asia when it has started.

Firstly held in the year of 2010, iLight Singapore is an annual event that unites people from all backgrounds to witness this beautiful art in a light form. On this bicentennial edition, more than 30 installations will be visible for the public to view for free!

Though iLight Singapore is often found in Marina Bay, this year you can find it at Civic District, Singapore River and Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park as well.

This purposeful festival will have a multimedia float show that will be located at Singapore River. With this year’s theme, Bridges of Time, iLight is introducing the beauty of exploring time and space to the public. This year, they are also introducing “Switch Off, Turn Up” to emphasise on the importance of saving energy and “Straw Free” which can be followed up in detail here.

You will be amazed by “Time Frame” at Esplanade Bridge, “Dune” at OUE Bayfront, and “Flower Clock” at One Fullerton. Click here to check the full map of the exhibition.

Other highlight include City Gazing Singapore, created by a Dutch artists Mingus Vogel dan Justin Bruns that made the map above at The Lawn @ Marina Bay as well. This festival is also inviting Lee Yun Qin, a Singaporean industrial designer, to bring his The Rainbow Connection.

Check their official site at www.ilightsingapore.sg for further information. This exhibition is FREE

Hours:

Sunday-Thursday: 7:30PM – 11:00PM

Friday-Saturday: 7:30PM – 12:00AM

 

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Take a stroll around Singapore’s pedestrian streets is a very relaxing and exiting thing to do, especially when there is an event happening around the area! This year, iLight Singapore is bringing its artistic lights to Singapore River, Marina Bay, dan Civic District. iLight is a Singapore arts festival that becomes the focus of Southeast Asia when it has started.

Firstly held in the year of 2010, iLight Singapore is an annual event that unites people from all backgrounds to witness this beautiful art in a light form. On this bicentennial edition, more than 30 installations will be visible for the public to view for free!

Though iLight Singapore is often found in Marina Bay, this year you can find it at Civic District, Singapore River and Raffles Terrace at Fort Canning Park as well.

This purposeful festival will have a multimedia float show that will be located at Singapore River. With this year’s theme, Bridges of Time, iLight is introducing the beauty of exploring time and space to the public. This year, they are also introducing “Switch Off, Turn Up” to emphasise on the importance of saving energy and “Straw Free” which can be followed up in detail here.

You will be amazed by “Time Frame” at Esplanade Bridge, “Dune” at OUE Bayfront, and “Flower Clock” at One Fullerton. Click here to check the full map of the exhibition.

Other highlight include City Gazing Singapore, created by a Dutch artists Mingus Vogel dan Justin Bruns that made the map above at The Lawn @ Marina Bay as well. This festival is also inviting Lee Yun Qin, a Singaporean industrial designer, to bring his The Rainbow Connection.

Check their official site at www.ilightsingapore.sg for further information. This exhibition is FREE

Hours:

Sunday-Thursday: 7:30PM – 11:00PM

Friday-Saturday: 7:30PM – 12:00AM

 

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