Mid Autumn Festival ( also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival or Zhong Qiu Jie) falls on on 4 October 2017, falling a Wed but related activities starts as early as 18 September on wards! It’s time for kids to make some lantern, get in to some mid autumn festival art and craft and go for a nice walk with the lanterns!
Gardens by the Bay is the place to go for huge lantern displays, activities and cultural performances like lion dance. Big elaborate lanterns sets that celebrate the natural world, cultural performances and food street. with yummy goodies.
Wan Qing Yuan is having a whole array of activities including guided tours, lantern riddles, Chinese arts and crafts demonstrations, lantern-making workshops and an array of performances. (Lantern Making for on 1 Oct 2017)
Where: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
When: 30 Sept – 1 Oct 2017 10:00am – 9:30pm
Kids get to make their own rocking rooster lantern as part of the Moonfest activities at The Esplanade
For: Children aged 5 and above ( Kids 6-9)
Where: Esplanade Bay Room Meeting point: Concert Hall entrance, 15mins before start time
When: 30 Sep & 1 Oct 2017, 11am & 3pm (1.5 hours) Cost: $8
Watch the streets light up with interesting lanterns.
Where: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street , South Bridge Road and inner streets of Chinatown
When: September 23 – October 19
Come dressed like a lantern or bring along your creative lantern to join in the lantern walk which is open to everyone.
Where: Starting point – Kreta Ayer Square, 28 Kreta Ayer Rd, Singapore 088995 Chinatown. Ending point – Along New Bridge Road (Main Stage in front of Lucky Chinatown)
When: 1 October 2017 （Sunday）7.00pm – 10.00pm