Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 At Gardens By The Bay: Autumn of Fantasies

Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 At Gardens By The Bay: Autumn of Fantasies

This Mid-Autumn Festival, fantastical lantern sets depicting a beautiful mythical world will adorn Gardens by the Bay. Based on the theme “Autumn of Fantasies”, Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 At Gardens By The Bay features larger-than-life lantern sets which will transport you to worlds unfettered by reality.

What to Look Out for at Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 At Gardens By The Bay


Lantern Displays

Celebrate an Autumn of Fantasies with dazzling lantern sets that bring to life imaginary worlds and natural wonders.

Leaping over the Dragon’s Gate, Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 in SingaporeIn “Leaping over the Dragon’s Gate”, Gardens by the Bay presents their widest lantern set to date. Spanning 70 metres across Dragonfly’s Lake, lay eyes upon a scene of carps which are braving strong currents and swimming upstream toward the Dragon’s Gate, in hopes of turning into dragons.

The Phoenix and the Peony, Supertree GroveAnother spectacular lantern set to look out for is “The Phoenix and the Peony” at the Supertree Grove, which symbolises nobility, harmony and affluence.

Sky Lanterns, Gardens by the Bay 2018There is also a set of larger-than-life Sky Lanterns which light up the night.

Rabbit lanternAround the Gardens are rabbit, crane and horticultural-themed lanterns too.

When: 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm
Where: Various locations


Mid-Autumn Wishes

Golden Wishing Tree at Gardens by the BayPen blessings for your loved ones under the shimmering full moon of the night, and drape them over the Golden Wishing Tree at Gardens by the Bay.

Or wish upon a star, and set it afloat a lit lotus lantern down the beautiful Dragonfly Lake.

When:
6.00 pm to 10.00 pm (Mon to Thu)
6.00 pm to 11.00 pm (Fri to Sun)
Where: Golden Wishing Tree at Floral Clock / Lotus Lantern at Dragonfly Lake
Price: Charges apply


Cultural Performances

A nightly programme of vibrant and diverse traditional arts performances by home-grown arts groups of different genres, cultures and ages await visitors to the Gardens.

Curated by co-organiser, the National Arts Council, the programmes include a line-up of Chinese opera performances, Malay dance, and Indian fusion music showcases.

Free of charge, watch as these talented performers bond over the creative interpretations of the theme, Fantastic Traditions. For the full programme schedule, go here.

When:
8.00 pm to 8.45 pm (Mon to Thu)
7.00 pm to 7.45 pm & 8.00 pm to 8.45pm (Fri to Sun)
Where: Supertree Grove


Game Zone

Pop by the Fun Zone at Gardens By the Bay and let your children have a go at traditional local games such as Kuti Kuti, and Goli, amongst many other exciting games. When it’s your turn, bring on your “A” game and show these youngsters how it’s really done!

When:
6.00 pm to 10.00 pm (Mon to Thu)
6.00 pm to 11.00pm (Fri to Sun)
Where: Supertree Grove
Price: Charges apply


Garden Rhapsody: Tales of the Moon

Things to Do at Night in Singapore for KidsA visit to Gardens by the Bay is not complete without a light show extravaganza. Adding to the festivities at Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 At Gardens By The Bay is a special edition of the Garden Rhapsody, a choreography of lights and music, inspired by legends and songs of the moon.

Catch the light show nightly from Thursday 6 September to Sunday 30 September 2018.

When: 7.45 pm and 8.45 pm
Where: Supertree Grove

READ: Where to Enjoy Lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 in Singapore

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