If you’ve completed your reunion dinners and visitations, and are looking for other things to do this Chinese New Year, here are some ideas.

 

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*Please note this is a partial listing. And there are other free/frugal events happening elsewhere, especially at parks, museums, libraries, and community centres.

 

Continued from Previous Week

Source: Supernormal.sg‎
SAW: Adaptations
Ends 9 Feb
Tue - Sat: 12pm - 7pm | Sun: 12pm - 4pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Gillman Barracks
Part of Singapore Art Week, Adaptations features artists who work with technology in different capacities and formats. From high-tech Artificial Intelligence to low-tech mechanical devices, these artworks implement tech as an artistic medium.
Source: River Hongbao‎
River Hongbao
Ends 10 Feb
Cost: Free
Venue: The Float @ Marina Bay
The iconic Chinese New Year event returns for a week of dazzling lantern displays, spectacular fireworks, interesting exhibitions as well as plenty of song and dance. Visitors can look forward to getai and xinyao shows, live performances by local acts, and a fireworks display every night!
Source: Gardens by the Bay‎
Spring Surprise 2019
Ends 10 Feb
Various timings
Cost: Free
Venue: Gardens by the Bay
Celebrate spring with exciting festive performances and activities. Don't miss "Carps Leaping Over The Dragon's Gate", a magnificent LED performance of an auspicious Chinese myth. Catch exciting lion dances and two performances by top notch musicians from the Singapore Chinese Orchestra and Ding Yi Music Company.
Source: Toybox by Hasbro‎
Toybox by Hasbro
Ends 17 Feb (closed 11 Feb)
10am - 10pm
Cost: Free admission
Venue: Palawan Green
Have fun on a whole new scale at Hasbro's first ever multi-brand live carnival in Asia. Toybox promises to bring everyone’s favourite childhood toys to life, including Transformers, My Little Pony, NERF, Monopoly, and Cluedo, with activities, roaming mascots, and merchandise stalls spread across the 4,800m2 playground.
Source: National Gallery Singapore
SAW: Light to Night Festival 2019: Traces and Echoes
Ends 24 Feb
Cost: Free
Venue: Civic District & Marina Bay
Light to Night Festival is an annual urban art event that celebrates the stunning Civic District of Singapore. Experience artworks and events inspired by histories and stories across the various indoor and outdoor festival locations.
Source: URA
i Light Singapore - Bicentennial Edition
Ends 24 Feb
Sun - Thu: 7:30pm - 11pm | Fri - Sat: 7:30pm - 12am
Cost: Free
Venue: Marina Bay, Civic District, Singapore River and Fort Canning
i Light Marina Bay returns with a special Bicentennial Edition curated to the theme "Bridges of Time". Explore a larger Festival area as Marina Bay, the Civic District, Singapore River and Fort Canning will all be illuminated with light art installations. Admission to the festival is free.
Source: NParks
Festival at the Fort @ i Light Singapore
Ends 24 Feb
6pm - 11pm
Cost: Free
Venue: Fort Canning Park
Come to the second edition of Festival at the Fort @ i Light Singapore as we celebrate Singapore’s rich heritage at one of the most historical places in Singapore. This year’s Festival focuses on the life and legacy of Sir Stamford Raffles.

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