8 Places to Experience Snow in Singapore 2016

Though it’ll be great to spend Christmas in a white snowy destination, luckily for those of us not leaving our island’s sunny shores, there are still ways to experience the magic of snow in Singapore

Here’s where you can go, from places where its free for the public to those that charge for the experience:

City Square Mall

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Head straight for the arches to get the best snowfall experience at City Square Mall and when the festive lights are turned and the carols start playing, you’ll be rewarded with fresh falling ‘snow’.

Where: Level 1 City Green (Outdoor Park)
When: Daily till 1 January 2017, 8pm and 9pm

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Parkway Parade

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Those staying in the east side of Singapore can also get in on the snow action without venturing out too far, and the best part is that it is free for the public to enjoy.

Where: Basement Outdoor Plaza
When: Daily till 26 December 2016, 6pm and 8pm

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Tanglin Mall

It’s snow in the middle of a whimsical fantasy garden at Tanglin Mall with life-size winter animal topiaries and giant toad stools, and it comes in two forms here: first as an avalanche for the first 15 minutes, and the snow for the next 15 minutes.

Where: Front of Tanglin Mall
When: Daily till 2 January 2017, 7.30pm, with additional snowfall at 8.30pm on weekends.

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Changi Airport

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Not everyone gets to fly off to a snowy destination at the end of the year, but they can experience some snowfall before leaving the country or just by making a visit to the airport. There isn’t just snow; it’s part of a light show that includes music and dancing trees.

Where: Terminal 3, Changi Airport, near the 7m tall Pikachu
When: Daily till 8 January 2017, 2pm, 6pm, 7pm and 8pm, with additional shows at 5pm on weekends.

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Wheelock Place

Experience snow right in the heart of Orchard Road next to the giant snow globe. Spend $50 in single receipt to enter the giant snow globe.

Where: Level 1 main entrance, facing Orchard Road
When: Daily at 7pm, 8pm and 9pm

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Plaza Singapura

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Billed as the largest snow-filled display house in Singapore, kids can frolic around in real snow, making snow angels and snowmen, or even sliding down a snow luge at the Snow FunHouse on the front plaza of Plaza Singapura. There’s also real snowfall from Friday to Sunday at 7.30pm. Spend $30 in a single receipt to redeem an entry pass for two people, which include winter jackets and footwear.

Where: Front Plaza, Level 1
When: Daily till 25 December 2016, 11am to 9pm

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Gardens By the Bay

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There’s lots going on at Christmas Wonderland at the Gardens, from the indoor ice-skating rink and 25m long ice slide, as well as Snow Playground where little ones can play with snow, to the Santa’s Cottage where you can meet the man himself. And for snow, head to the 19.7m-high Spalliera Castel del Monte, the largest light sculpture in southeast Asia where you can capture that perfect family photo.

Where: Spalliera Castel del Monte
When: Daily till 1 January 2017, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm and 10.30pm

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Universal Studios Singapore

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There’s a flurry of snow to be had at Universal Studios Singapore. As part of Santa’s All-Star Chrisitmas, snow falls every hour at three different parts of the park, including at the end of the every show at Santa’s Village. Even if snow is not your thing, the dazzling festive light display that broke the Guinness World Record for most number of light bulbs in an indoor venue. The only catch, you’ll have to pay for enter.

Where: New York Zone, Hollywood Zone and Santa’s Village
When: Daily till 2 January 2017, every hour from 12pm -9pm, 12.20pm-9.20pm and during every show respectively.

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