Instead of snow, we have rain. Instead of Christmas trees, we have Tropical trees. So how are you going to get into the Christmas Spirit if Christmas in Singapore isn't all that white?
Similar to many Asian countries, Christmas is a grand and greatly celebrated festival. Locals would follow the traditions of gifts and feasts and come together with the families for a nice christmas dinner. Come, follow our guide on what locals do for Christmas and you can join in the celebration too!
Christmas Lights parde on Orchard Road
Walk along the streets of Orchard Road and you will come in view of the spectacular ornaments and lights dazzling away in the night. Every year, shopping malls along Orchard Road will embark on a battling display of Christmas decorations. Come on down between mid of November till Christmas to bask in the festive atmosphere and enjoy the mass of activities such as Christmas Choirs and performance on the streets!
Christmas Wonderland at Gardens by the Bay
The team at Gardens by the Bay has definitely done their best show of the year with this exhibit!
Get ready to be dazzled by magnificent light sculptures and carnivals to entertain the kids.
If snow is what you need to get the Christmas mood in you, they have it there as well! Yes, snow in Singapore! All you need to do is hop into their Snow Palace; an indoors chamber for activities like snow playground and Ice Skating!
Visit Christmas Wonderland for more information.
Best way to travel to these places
To travel around the Christmas lights, we would recommend hopping on a bicycle and navigating your way around the city.
Stop leisurely for photos or when you want to enjoy that favourite Christmas Carol a bit longer. Something a tour bus would never be able to allow you to do! We have put together a simple map on a cycling route you can ride on to enjoy all the sights listed.
To book our mobile bicycle rental, please visit our page, Mobile Bicycle Rental. Our service allows us to deliver our bicycles to any location in Singapore and pick up at any other location.
A hub for Bike Commuters to gather and share the latest news that affects are daily travels through this Little Red Dot we call home.