Held just a few minutes' walk from Pan Pacific Singapore at The Float at Marina Bay, River Hongbao is Singapore's biggest Chinese New Year carnival. Enjoy shopping, entertainment, unique artistic performances and dazzling fireworks displays during this spectacular celebration which is a highlight of the city's cultural calendar.
Chinatown Chinese New Year Light Up
Take a stroll around Chinatown during Chinese New Year and enjoy glistening light displays, traditional dancers and daring street performers. Watch artists and entertainers perform acts and songs and tell ancient Chinese stories at Kreta Ayer Square, previously a central meeting point for Singapore's Chinese community.
See the spectacle of Chingay Parade
The highlight of Singapore's Chinese New Year extravaganza is the annual Chingay Parade, a vibrant and multicultural street parade encompassing huge floats, pyrotechnic shows and thousands of performers. Dancers, magicians and other artists mingle with the crowds, while celebrations, parades and parties provide plenty of entertainment.
Hua Yi Chinese Festival of the Arts
Discover the best of modern Chinese culture during the Hua Yi Chinese Festival of the Arts. Held annually at the Esplanade Theatres by the Bay, a short walk from Pan Pacific Singapore, this plethora of dance, theatre and musical performances caters to the diverse preferences of guests. The performances provide guests with an opportunity to experience the colourful culture during the festive Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year 2015
Chinese New Year in 2015 takes place on Thursday, 19 February 2015 and celebrations last for 15 days from the first day of the Chinese New Year.