Christmas season is here.
And you know it because Orchard Road is decked out in lights.
From Nov. 16, 2019 to Jan. 1, 2020, the street will feature various festive decorations along three major zones: Tanglin, Orchard, and Somerset.
This year's theme is "The Greatest Gift", and each precinct will offer a different and unique experience, featuring little Santas on baubles, gift boxes or snowflakes, and more.
First look at "The Greatest Gift" light up
Here's a first look at what you can expect:
Enjoy a series of activities at Tanglin mall such as carolling performances, craft workshops and the ever-popular snow foam experience from now till Jan. 1, 2020.
In addition, visitors will be able to take photos of the gigantic Christmas tree as well as a red and gold archway outside the mall for festivity's sake.
At the street outside of ION Orchard is a gigantic banner with mini santas, gifts and baubles.
Before that, a stairway installation of lights, a Christmas tree and a gigantic gift box stand outside Wheelock Place for visitors to pose with.
Right outside ION Orchard are pillars lit up with fairy lights, as well as a gigantic Christmas tree from luxury brand Bvlgari that changes colour.
Further along the street, visitors will be able to witness these Christmas tree lights with snowflakes, baubles, or gifts on them.
There are 187 of them along the whole of Orchard Road in total.
Along Somerset are red, lit-up poinsettias at the entrance of Mandarin Gallery:
As well as a green Christmas tree, plus a life-sized blue bauble and pink gift box outside [email protected]:
Date: Nov. 16, 2019 to Jan. 1, 2020
- 6:30pm to 12am from Sundays to Thursdays
- 6:30pm to 2am on Fridays and Saturdays
- 6:30pm to 6am on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
Top image via Melanie Lim
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