Best Places To See Christmas Lights In Singapore 2021: Where To Get Into The Holiday Spirit

Best Places To See Christmas Lights In Singapore 2021: Get Into The Holiday Spirit
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Sparkly lights, baubles and festive decorations can only mean one thing – the year-end season is here. And, if you want to see some of the best Christmas lights and decorations in Singapore, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to see Christmas lights and decorations in Singapore to get into the festive spirit.


Best Places To See Christmas Lights In Singapore

Christmas Wonderland 2021

Best Places To See Christmas Lights In Singapore

The festive lights are up at Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay. View towering light sculptures and pretty photo, sparkling photo spots under the glow of the Supertrees. There is also a magnificent lighted “bridge” and a tunnel of stars. Other amusements at Christmas Wonderland 2021 include a two-storey carousel, Santa and games. Get more details on this place to see Christmas lights in Singapore here.


Christmas on a Great Street: Orchard Road Festive Light Up with Christmas in Bloom

Best Places To See Christmas Lights In Singapore


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The Christmas lights and decorations are out along Orchard Road and, this year, Christmas is in bloom. There are poinsettias-shaped decoration and festive arches adorning the streets. Plus, you can enjoy carols playing around the ION Orchard and Wisma Atria stretch of the shopping street. View a huge projection on the side of the Mandarin Hotel too. Get more details here.

Chanel “Christmas tree”

Check out the Chanel “Christmas tree” at ION Orchard too.


ChariTrees at Marina Bay

ChariTrees at Marina Bay

Being held from 19 Nov to 26 Dec along Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, ChariTrees features glowing Christmas Trees which represent the spirit of giving. This effort is part of a fund-raising initiative and it also helps to light up the waterfront area at the bay. Read more about ChariTrees.


Jewel Changi Airport Canopy Park

Jewel Changi Airport Canopy Park

Jewel Changi Airport is also decked out for Christmas with lights at the Shiseido Forest Valley along with other activities too. One of the other festive spots where you can enjoy Christmas lights in Singapore is at Canopy Park. Its Petal Garden has been given a Christmas makeover with a Tiki twist to usher in the yuletide spirit. There are also other displays featuring landmarks from around the world like London Bridge and a Bali Swing Nest around Canopy Park too.


Changi Jurassic Mile

Changi Jurassic Mile Festive Lights

The festive spirit must be infectious because even the dinosaurs at Changi Jurassic Mile are getting into the festive spirit. See them in their lighted-up holiday best along the park connector in the evening. We were especially tickled to see the T-rex all ready to go skiing. This light up is part of Changi Festive Village 2021.


Wheelock Place

Wheelock Place

As you ride the escalators at Wheelock Place, take a look up and see a wonderful array of colours reflected in the glass dome above. It may be hard to actually take a selfie with this Christmas light-up but it is well worth appreciating.


Trees of the World

Trees of the World

If you wish to enjoy lights at a place which is less crowded than the other spots, pay a visit to Singapore Botanic Gardens in the evening. Trees of the World is a light of trees around the bandstand. Read more about Trees of the World at Singapore Botanic Gardens.


Wisma Atria – An Alice in Wonderland-Inspired Christmas

Christmas Lights In Singapore

Explore the whimsical world of the Mad Hatter, featuring a black and white checkered walkway, complete with larger-than-life floating tea sets, magic toadstools, animatronic moving flowers and a six-metres tall “Queen of Hearts” Christmas tree at Wisma Atria. This festive display was created by combining the creative elements of three ITE students who took part in a design competition.


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