Get into the holiday mood with an evening out to see Christmas lights in Singapore. We are spoilt for choice since there are many places to see the dazzling lights of the season this year.
Here are some of the best places to revel in Christmas lights in Singapore 2023.
Where To See Christmas Lights In Singapore 2023
Christmas on a Great Street at Orchard Road
Take a stroll down Orchard Road enjoying the Christmas lights. Christmas on a Great Street, the Orchard Road light up, is now into its 40th year and it is still one of best places to enjoy Christmas lights in Singapore.
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Don’t forget to stop by the malls to see magnificent trees at Paragon Shopping Centre, Tanglin Mall, and inside Ngee Ann City.
You can also enjoy the festive projection show on the side of the Hilton Singapore. This year, there are also three festive villages where you can have some fun while viewing the lights.
Read more about Christmas on a Great Street, the Orchard Road Christmas light-up.
Christmas Wonderland 2023
A crowd favourite for Christmas lights in Singapore is Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay. Step into the Spalliera at the Supertree Grove and enjoy the light installations along Merry Lane.
This year, there is an impressive pirate ship, the Holly Roger, that you can even step aboard and The Walk of Lights tunnel is a favourite spot for photos.
There are also festive performances along with plenty of carnival games and rides at this year’s Christmas Wonderland.
Find out more about what to expect at Christmas Wonderland.
Jewel Changi Airport
Jewel Changi Airport is decked out for the season. A towering Christmas tree awaits visitors at Shiseido Forest Valley, where a whole host of Super Mario characters await. This year, there is a panel where you can adjust the lights on the tree!
Head up to Canopy Park where the twinkling lights are on before enjoying the festive Light & Sound show at the HSBC Rain Vortex.
Step into the glowing embrace of the lights at CHIJMES and be mesmerized by magical light projections on the façade of CHIJMES Hall. Apart from the Christmas lights at CHIJMES, there is also outdoor snowfall every half-an-hour.
Take a walk along the Marina Bay promenade in the evening to enjoy the lights of ChariTrees against the sparkling backdrop of the city. These Christmas trees will remain lit up till 26 December 2023.
Find out more about the ChariTrees initiative.
Marina Bay Sands
Head indoors for illuminations at Marina Bay Sands. The Christmas light-up at The Shoppes looks spectacular with floating Christmas trees glowing in mid-air, almost like in a Harry Potter movie. Also, did you know that the underside of the Sky Park is glowing red for the holiday season? Other events taking place at Marina Bay Sands include the Immersive Disney Animation at the Sands Theatre and Mars: The Red Mirror at ArtScience Museum.
City Square Mall
If you are looking for cute decorations in addition to Christmas lights, it doesn’t come much cuter than the Smurfs at City Square Green. The blue Christmas tree in front of the mall is complement by a sea of blue Smurfs. It is all part of the Smurfy Christmas at City Square Mall.
Find out more about what’s on at A Very Smurfy Christmas at City Square Mall.
Yes, the light up at ION Orchard is part of Christmas on a Great Street, but we wanted to highlight that its Christmas decorations are one of the most wondrous ones along Orchard Road. There is a Louis Vuitton Christmas tree that you can step inside to view a short video clip, and also a truck where you can take a photo pretending that you can Santa or Santarina delivering a whole pile of LV packages for Christmas!
Quayside Isle, Sentosa
Make your way down to Quayside Isle @ Sentosa Cove from 7 pm to 9 pm to enjoy the views of the marina along with a light display that interprets an underwater garden with marine life. It is a unique spot to enjoy Christmas lights in Singapore. There will also be jazz performances on the weekends of 8 to 10 December and 15 to 17 December, from 6.30 pm to 10 pm to help set the mood.
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