Christmas and New Year’s might have come and gone — but that doesn’t mean that the festivities are ending just yet! 2023 is going to be the Year of the Rabbit, which means there’s definitely going to be no lack of adorable bunny-themed things like decorations, apparel and exhibits (you’ve probably already seen countless strewn around shopping malls and public spaces in general!).
For both the young (and young at heart), why not take a trip down the rabbit hole into a super cute bunny haven? From now until 31 March 2023, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre is hosting a free-for-all rabbit-themed exhibition on their Rooftop Garden in light of the festivities.
Here, you’ll be able to surround yourself and pose with some of the most adorable rabbit-inspired art pieces like murals and giant figurines. And they’re not just pretty — but educational as well! As you browse through the exhibit, you’ll be able to learn more about this traditional holiday, as well as the practices and customs that come with it.
Some examples include whimsical depictions using the figurines of a family of rabbits enjoying a hot pot for their reunion dinner (to many of us, this is the highlight of Lunar New Year, besides the red packets of course!), playing a game of mahjong and so on.
And that’s not all! There will also be free light shows on selected days from 7.30pm to 8.30pm — 7 January, 14 January, 25 February and 25 March 2023. So mark your calendars if you don’t want to miss out on the spectacular sights!
PS: you can also redeem complimentary limited-edition red packets that include the characters from the exhibit from the reception area on the ground floor, available until the last day of Lunar New Year (5 February 2023)! This is while stocks last, so remember to be there early to grab the goodies.
Who’s ready to hop into the Year of the Rabbit? Head down to this lovable exhibition now!
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