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Singapore February Itinerary

Time truly flies by quickly and it’s almost the end of January already! Chinese New Year decoration is up in Singapore now and you can see the pig animal zodiac at Chinatown. The highlights of February are Singapore Art Week and Chinese New Year so don’t miss out on these epic Singapore Tourist Attractions when visiting Singapore next month!

Orchid of Andes (until 24 March) 

Venue: Cloud Forest, Gardens by The Bay

Come in and see a landscape of the Andes mountain range in Cloud Forest. Be astonished by the beauty of orchids in here and their numerous variations. The entrance ticket costs equally to the conservations.

Dahlia Dreams

Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Dahlia

Celebrating Chinese New Year, Flower Dome is bringing you Chinese garden theme with giant Dahlia flowers as its display. The entrance ticket for Dahlia Dreams is also the same as the conservation ticket price.

Street Light-up CNY (until 6 March)

Venue: New Bridge Road & Eu Tong Sen Street, Chinatown

CNY

There will be many lanterns and beautiful lights! Get your souvenirs and taste the traditional food inside the lively bazaar. Also, this is totally free!

River Hongbao (3-10 February)

Venue: Float @Marina Bay

River

This event will be accompanied by lantern displays, spectacular fireworks, carnivals, and food street! It is very suitable for families, so bring your children along! River Hongbao is also free!

Chingay Parade (15-16 February)

Venue: F1 Pit Building

Witness the riveting Chingay float and talented performers from all over the world coming together to perform in this event. The entrance ticket starts from S$ 28 (for third category)

Light to Night Festival 2019 (Bicentennial Edition, 28 Jan-24 Feb)

Chingay

A part of SAW, this art festival will explore Civic District, Singapore River, Raffles Terrace and etc. When it’s getting dark, don’t miss the big facade at National Gallery Singapore, victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall and Asian Civilisation Museum. Light to Night Festival will cost you nothing but will bring you inspiration instead!

 

 

 

 

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Time truly flies by quickly and it’s almost the end of January already! Chinese New Year decoration is up in Singapore now and you can see the pig animal zodiac at Chinatown. The highlights of February are Singapore Art Week and Chinese New Year so don’t miss out on these epic Singapore Tourist Attractions when visiting Singapore next month!

Orchid of Andes (until 24 March) 

Venue: Cloud Forest, Gardens by The Bay

Come in and see a landscape of the Andes mountain range in Cloud Forest. Be astonished by the beauty of orchids in here and their numerous variations. The entrance ticket costs equally to the conservations.

Dahlia Dreams

Venue: Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay

Dahlia

Celebrating Chinese New Year, Flower Dome is bringing you Chinese garden theme with giant Dahlia flowers as its display. The entrance ticket for Dahlia Dreams is also the same as the conservation ticket price.

Street Light-up CNY (until 6 March)

Venue: New Bridge Road & Eu Tong Sen Street, Chinatown

CNY

There will be many lanterns and beautiful lights! Get your souvenirs and taste the traditional food inside the lively bazaar. Also, this is totally free!

River Hongbao (3-10 February)

Venue: Float @Marina Bay

River

This event will be accompanied by lantern displays, spectacular fireworks, carnivals, and food street! It is very suitable for families, so bring your children along! River Hongbao is also free!

Chingay Parade (15-16 February)

Venue: F1 Pit Building

Witness the riveting Chingay float and talented performers from all over the world coming together to perform in this event. The entrance ticket starts from S$ 28 (for third category)

Light to Night Festival 2019 (Bicentennial Edition, 28 Jan-24 Feb)

Chingay

A part of SAW, this art festival will explore Civic District, Singapore River, Raffles Terrace and etc. When it’s getting dark, don’t miss the big facade at National Gallery Singapore, victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall and Asian Civilisation Museum. Light to Night Festival will cost you nothing but will bring you inspiration instead!

 

 

 

 

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SGB was founded by Tania Gromenko, a Russian lady who started studying the Indonesian language when she was 18. She had a chance to live in Indonesia several times since then - in Jakarta and Bali - and fell in love with Indonesia and its people. In 2016, Tania moved to Singapore and slowly but surely, the SGB concept shaped in her mind.
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