There’s something about the Mid-Autumn Festival that fills you with childlike wonder.
Perhaps it’s the mooncakes that appear almost everywhere; the forms and flavours getting more outlandish with each passing year. Perhaps it’s the memories of those nights by the playground, carrying accordion-shaped paper lanterns that could burst into flames at any moment.
Or perhaps it’s just the time of year – with the seventh month behind us, the Mid-Autumn Festival is our cue to start thinking about year-end holidays, Christmas feasts and New Year’s partying.
But before all that, with Chinatown and Gardens by the Bay decked out for the occasion, the Mid-Autumn Festival provides an opportunity to spend time with the people you care about – even if the daily rain tries its best to dampen the mood.
Street light-up in Chinatown
Date: Till 8 October 2018
Time: 7pm – 12mn (Sunday – Thursday)
7pm – 2am (Friday & Saturday)
Venue: Along New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street and South Bridge Road
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