Chinatown Mid Autumn Festival 2014 - Mid-Autmn Festival artwork

Mid-Autmn Festival artwork

Chinatown Mid Autumn Festival 2014 - Street Light-Up during the mid autumn Festival

Street Light-Up during the mid autumn Festival

Chinatown Mid Autumn Festival 2014 - Lantern boat on the Singapore River for the Mid Autumn Festival Singapore

Lantern boat on the Singapore River for the Mid Autumn Festival Singapore

Chinatown Mid Autumn Festival 2014

The Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important festival in the Chinese Culture, celebrated in every Chinese place, all over the world.

Th mid-autumn festival is an harvest festival, feasting in family and in public is part of the tradition. Moon Worshiping is also traditionally attached to this festival as the ancient Chinese believed in rejuvenation being associated with the moon and water. And mooncakes and lanterns will be the most visible elements of this month-long celebration.

The main events of this festival will be: nightly stage shows, festival street Bazaar, dragon dance performances, cultural songs and the famous street light-up : the Chinatown area will be the host of thousand of little lanterns of varying shapes, sizes and colors.

The Mid-Autumn Festival is the ideal moment to soak up in Chinese Festivities and tasting the succulent Chinese food!


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Getting there

Air

Singapore is one of the major aviation hub in South East Asia, serving more than 100 airlines from it's high quality airport.

Road

Bus and Taxi are cheap and a convenient way to go the Area.

Train

Chinatown is located in the hearth of Singapore, at a short distance from Chinatown MRT Station.

More information can be found on the official website.

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