5 gorgeous Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 light-ups to catch at Gardens by the Bay & more

by Evan Mua
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Besides mooncakes, what else is the best part of Mid-Autumn Festival? The vivid lanterns and intricately-made light installations of course — most of us will have memories from young where we had a blast running through the streets and taking in the beautiful exhibits.

So if you’re looking for a taste of nostalgia, or just want to bring your family or kids out, here are some of the eyecandy you can check out for this years’ Mid-Autumn Festival.

Gardens By The Bay

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Photo: Gardens by the Bay

Not many things are more of an iconic sight than the hulking Supertrees lit up at night — which is why 70 Sky Lanterns floating up to them will be a memorable sight for you and your family members. Besides the impressive displays available for free around Gardens By the Bay, you can also pay to enter the Flower Dome for other mid-autumn light exhibitions including a Rabbit Forest and Origami Crane Trees with 2,000 lanterns.

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Changi Jewel

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Photo: Jewel Changi

Revel amongst dainty lanterns set against the lush beauty of the Shiseido Forest Valley, while the majestic rain vortex rains down in the background. But that’s not all for mid-autumn festivities at Changi Jewel — if you head up to the Canopy Park, you’d find the animals at the Topiary Walk glamorously dressed up for the occasion too.

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Photo: @jojolau88/instagram

With a theme of “reunion”, you can find a huge reunion of 900 lantern pieces jazzing up the streets of Singapore’s Chinatown for this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival. But the star feature in this year’s lantern display is a massive 12-metre-tall centrepiece of Chang-E, the Chinese goddess of the Moon, standing in the junction beside Chinatown Point.

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????️ 7 Sep 2021 — TBC

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

Photo: Sun Yat Sen Nayang Memorial Hall

If you’re a sucker for cute animal-shaped lighting displays, you’d enjoy the “Those Moonlit Moments…” exhibition that Sun Yat Sen Nayang Memorial Hall has put up for this Mid-Autumn Festival. You and your kids can snap a photo with the adorable mooncake-eating rabbits who will be on display on the lawn of the Memorial Hall from 31 August to 26 September 2021, 10 am to 9 pm daily.

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????️ 31 Aug 2021 — 26 Sep 2021

Singapore Discovery Centre

Photo: Singapore Discovery Centre

Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival by catching mini moons floating and illuminating the Discovery Lake with vivid colours at the “Moon Mirrors” exhibition when the sky turns dark after 6pm. You can take part in the Moonwalk Trails on 4 Sep to 12 Sep, and 18, 19 and 21 Sep. Best of all, the admission to the striking water feature is free!

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???? 510 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638365
????️ 4 Sep 2021 — 26 Sep 2021

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