Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore
The first day of Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore falls on Friday, 16 February 2018. Also known as the Lunar New Year, the festival is celebrated as a time of reunion with family with friends, and plenty of feasting too.
Chinese New Year’s Eve is traditionally the time for reunion dinners. It is followed by visitations with the extended family and friends over the next few days.
The upcoming year is the Chinese Year of the Dog. With the first day being a Friday, Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore will also be a long weekend.
Here is a collection of various things to do and ideas on celebrating Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore.
19 January to 4 March 2018
Visit Sentosa and stand a chance to win fantastic prizes such as hotel stays and cruises in the FUN-Tastic Draw. Pose for pictures with Snoopy and join in the festivities around the island for a memorable, good time. Find out more.
27 January to 16 March 2018
Enjoy the lights around the streets of Chinatown, pay a visit to the street bazaar and catch captivating nightly performances this Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore. Find out more.
15 February to 2 March 2018
Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park
Usher in the Lunar New Year with special festive activities at Singapore’s wildlife parks. These include special animal enrichments and a learning trail about canine friends. Find out more.
Chinese New Year season
After visiting relatives and friends, there is still much to do during the Chinese New Year Long Weekend 2018. Here are some suggestions of places that are open and things to do around Singapore. Find out more.
Want to find out where you can watch lion dance and dragon dance performances during Chinese New Year 2018 in Singapore? Check out our list of places and venues where you will find them here.