2022 年牛车水农历新年庆祝活动 (7 January to 2 March 2022)

Annual Street Light-Up brings festive cheer to usher in the Year of the Tiger

Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2022

Chinatown is once again beautifully decorated with street light-up to mark the celebration of Lunar New Year. Designed by students from the Singapore University of Technology and Design, this year street light-up will feature sculptured lanterns from cub to tiger striving to achieve strength and vitality in their growing up to depict how we will stay united and emerge stronger from this Covid pandemic. Not forgetting the centrepiece between New Bridge Road and Eu Tong Sen Street that comprise a family of tigers to signify reunion, harmony and prosperity.

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Chinatown Chinese New Year

Date: 7 January to 2 March 2022
Time: 7pm – 12am
Venue: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge Road

Chinatown Chinese New Year Bengal tigers




WWF and Temenggong Tigers Sculptures Display

This year Chinatown Festival Organizing Committee is collaborating with World Wild Fund for Nature (Singapore) and Temenggong Artists in Residence. Local artists have been invited to paint different Tiger sculptures which will be displayed at various parts of Chinatown to promote the importance of global animal conservation and the environment.

Date: 7 to 26 January 2022
Time: All Day
Venue: Kreta Ayer Square

Chinatown Wishing Tree

Chinatown Wishing TreeFile Photo

Make your Lunar New Year wishes come true at the Chinatown Wishing Tree! Write wishes for yourself and your loved ones on the “Make a Wish” card and hang them on the wishing tree. The public may donate a minimum of $2/- or more for each wishing card. All proceeds will go to Kreta Ayer – Kim Seng Community Development Welfare Fund that will be used to organise community programmes to help the needy elderly and low-income families.

Date: 7 January to 15 February 2022
Time: 10am – 10pm
Venue: Chinatown Point Atrium

Chinatown Chinese New Year 2022

Chinatown Lunar New Year

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CHINESE NEW YEAR 2022

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Where to Go During Chinese New Year 2022

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