What’s On: 15 January – 20 January

Your Event Guide This Week…
Thrilling carnival rides and games, gastronomic treats and light escapades.

Prudential Marina Bay Carnival

Back for its second instalment, the carnival features 50 exciting rides and games from all over the world. Heads up: Dress up for the carnival and you get to skip the queue for the rides and stand a chance to win $100 bonus credits to use at the carnival. Future Forward is the dress theme for January (up to Jan 25). Go with silver, metallic or shiny, vinyl-looking outfits, black outfits with neon accessories or Glow-in-the-Dark face paint, and large chunky or geometric accessories.  

 Details:

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  • Jan 15 – March 24 2019
  • Bayfront Event Space, Marina Bay
  • 4pm to 11pm

To pre-order credits and more information, click here.

Eatbox

Do you have the munchies? The same people of creative market, Artbox Singapore have put together a new invent just for foodies. Swing by Downtown East to check out Eatbox where it will feature over 50 local and regional food and beverage stores. Ps Don’t miss out the wall murals and shipping containers which promise lots of great Instagram-worthy photo backdrops.

Details:

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  • Jan 18 and 19
  • Downtown East D’Marquee,
  • 3pm to 11pm

For more information, click here.

Light To Night Festival

The Light To Night Festival is back again to light up the Civic District area. This year, there are two editions of the festival. The first is the Art Week Edition which showcases contemporary art and installations inspired by the Civic District’s history and story. The second is the Bicentennial Edition where the artworks reflect Singapore’s journey over the years and provides a new and fresh perspective on important moments in our history.

Details:

  • January 18 to 27 (Art Week Edition), January 28 to Feburary 24 (Bicentennial Edition)
  • Civic District, National Gallery Singapore, The Arts House, Asian Civilisation Museum, the Esplanade Park, Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall.
  • 5pm to midnight

For more information, click here.

Dahlia Dreams

Welcome the year of the boar. Dahlia Dreams is back at Gardens by the Bay, and it showcases arrangements featuring auspicious plants like the narcissus, cymbidium and chrysanthemum. There will also be a 40-metre long archway that is lined with red lanterns, rotating water wheels and sculptures of the zodiac animals.

Details:

  • January 18 to Feburary 24
  • Flower Dome, 18 Marina Garden Dr, Singapore 018953
  • 9am to 9pm

For more information, click here.

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