Christmas Wonderland 2019: Instagram-Worthy Festivities, Fun, And Food
It’s the most
Instagrammable wonderful time of the year….
Gardens By The Bay’s Christmas Wonderland is back for the sixth time, and it’s more festive than ever. With over 40 dazzling luminarie light sculptures, including the 21m-tall Spalliera and Asia’s tallest luminarie Christmas tree, the fairgrounds are offering a host of new attractions: Santa’s Workshop, a Christmas Parade, and four theatrical productions are just a few of the fun – and photo-worthy – highlights of this year’s event.
Here's what to look out for during your visit:
NEW: Christmas Parade
Santa and his reindeer will spread a bit of Christmas cheer on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, on Christmas Eve, and on Christmas Day. If you're lucky, you might even spot of troupe of elves or santarinas.
NEW: Santa’s Workshop
The closest we can get to the North Pole in Singapore – and the perfect place to meet Santa and to snap some new family photos.
NEW: Walk of Peace
Made up of 60,000 bulbs, this starry tunnel takes Christmas lights to a whole new level.
Christmas Ornaments at the Meadow
After taking a few obligatory couple/family photos, you can head over to the Meadow Theatre afterward to catch theatrical shows like London production, Snow Play, or an adaptation of The Old Shoemaker by Singapore’s very own Five Stones Theatre.
Shop and feast at the Christmas Village and the Christmas Tree Café
Need a bite to eat while watching the parade? Head over to the Christmas Tree Café – nestled within the Meadow – for a lobster roll from Burger & Lobster (#foodporn) and a festive Mistletoe Kiss White Beer from Brewerkz. Finish it off with a sweet treat from Dessert Wonderland (Durian Kakigori, anyone?), then commemorate the season of giving by doing some Christmas shopping in Mistletoe Alley.
Carnival games and rides
Make new memories amidst 18 traditional carnival games and rides, which include bumper cars, a gingerbread bounce house, and a romantic (and Instagram-worthy) carousel.
29 November – 26 December 2019
Admission starts from $6
See the opening hours and find out more here