Mid-Autumn Festival Singapore
Experience the Mid-Autumn Festival in Singapore and celebrate a longstanding tradition as the sun goes down in the heart of the city's Chinatown district. This special occasion marks the end of the autumn harvest and has traditionally been a time where families come together to give thanks to the gods. As night falls, people gather for special moon viewing parties to sip tea and enjoy mooncakes – an unmissable Chinese cultural experience.
Lanterns in Chinatown for the Mid-Autumn festival
Chinatown is the best place for visitors in Singapore to take part in the Mid-Autumn festival.
Thousands of people join a special procession through the streets to show off their paper lanterns and bask in the merriment. Singapore’s tranquil Chinese Garden also bursts to life for the festival, with popular watering holes at Ann Siang Hill and Club Street buzzing with anticipation and excitement during the course of the festival. Tea ceremonies, street bazaars, nightly performances and lantern-painting competitions all take place throughout the festival, attracting residents from Singapore, as well as visitors from around the world. Experience all the excitement when you stay at a Mid-Autumn Festival hotel – book your stay at Pan Pacific Singapore today.