A colorful Singapore through vibrant fall festivals
There are a lot of colorful festivals with a variety of interesting activities which blend traditional and modern culture in Singapore this season.
Singapore Night Festival 2018: Taking place at the end of August, the Singapore Night Festival 2018 with the title of Bring on the Night offers visitors a lot of spectacular light shows.
Throughout the festival, there are 16 lighting installations and 27 special performances. Many Singaporean and international artists participated in this colorful festival.
Coming to the Singapore Night Festival 2018, visitors can hardly forget the sparkling space, filled with light here. Some of the installations and performances of the festival's impressive lighting have brought viewers many sentiments and meaningful messages. For example, with Aquatic Dream, people have conjured a virtual ocean dream, or Before the Word, the national language has been honored.
Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown: Singapore is one of the most vibrant Mid-Autumn Festivals in Asia. Chinatown area of lion island is adding more colors during the full moon season by special Mid-Autumn Festival, which takes place from September 8th to October 8th. The theme for this year's festival is "Our Chinatown. Our Mid-Autumn". With this message, the expected festival offers a true Chinatown scene in the mid-20th century.
The highlight of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown is the Street Light-Up event. With nearly 1,300 lanterns and more than 160 statues glittering in the night, you will have the opportunity to explore past Singapore in a unique way. Singapore's predecessors have joined hands to build a beautiful lion island.
Mid-Autumn Festival on the lion island nation cannot lack street food activities. Under the theme of "Our Chinatown. Our Mid-Autumn" of the 2018 Mid-Autumn Festival, old-fashioned dishes also contribute to the renaissance of Chinatown in the 1950s and 1960s.
Not only the thousands of bright lights, but the Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown also has lantern-drawing competition, nightly art performances, and many other traditional activities, bringing guests unique experiences about the Singapore’s culture.
8th Halloween Horror Nights: Taking place from September 27 to October 31 at Universal Studios Singapore, the Halloween Horror Nights promises to bring you a challenging but equally exciting experience.
The 8th Halloween Horror Nights feature "haunted houses" and scary performances, inspired by Asian folk tales and popular horror films.
If you have enough courage to conquer the horrible experience of the 8th Halloween Horror Nights, come to Singapore this fall. The event with the theme “Infinite Fear” awaits you.
By: Scarlet Johnson