Merry Christmas @ Wonderland (25/12/2016)

Merry Christmas @ Wonderland (25/12/2016)

Christmas is a festive day for everyone to celebrate! This year, Gardens by the Bay is hosting a special event for everyone to attend to celebrate this festive day.

Christmas Wonderland, Singapore’s biggest Christmas fair, was created by Blue Sky events to enthral visitors with a combination of magnificent sculptures of light with the charming festive markets alongside the carnival games.

This year is a special occasion at Gardens by the Bay with Christmas Wonderland showcasing the magnificent luminaire light sculptures which begin at the Golden Garden and extends throughout the festival premises. The Festive Market is at the SuperTree Grove; the Fairground, Ice Palace and Hi-5 Funtastic House in The Meadow.

Christmas Wonderland 2016 is located at Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953.

(The event will be commencing from 2nd Dec 2016 to 1st Jan 2017)

Tickets from: $4 onwards

For more info, visit their website at

Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953.

Singapore Moutai Wine Tasting Event

Jiangsu Associaton Inaugural Banquet

National Day

The National Day of Singapore is celebrated every year on August 9, in commemoration of the Singapore’s independence from Malaysia in the year 1965. It is a public holiday which will feature a military parade combined with song & dance performances preceded by a guard of honour inspection by the President. Towards the end of the National Day celebrations, the bursts of colourful fireworks will lit up the night sky. On the eve of National Day, the Prime Minister will deliver an address to the nation which will be broadcast live on the national TV airtime.

Singaporeans from all walks of life, race & religion will join hands to celebrate the nation’s independence day.

JCI Mandarin IAB Installation Banquet

Mid-Autumn Festival

It is one of the most important Chinese festivals, and everywhere else here in Singapore it is about celebration with the family marked by colourful lantern processions and the oh-so-sweet mooncakes. Since the Mid-Autumn Festival is about lunar appreciation, celebrations will go into full swing once the sun goes down.

Moon viewing parties are a popular way to enjoy the occasion as family and friends sit in gardens lit by the soft glow of paper lanterns, sip tea and nibble away on the mooncakes.

On this day and time of year, the moon is at its brightest, which is why it is a celebratory day.

A Warm Welcome to Kweichow Moutai’s General Manager, Mr Li Bao Fang, for his visit to Singapore Moutai Store

World Baijiu Day

Like every year, the 2016 World Baijiu Day will be held on August 8, just a day before the 9 August Singapore National Day. The goal of this celebratory day is to raise people’s awareness of Chinese Baijiu. It is a strong aromatic and powerful alcohol that ranks top in China and is amongst the most consumed spirits in the world. But however it is less known outside of China borders.

The baijiu aroma and flavor have been described as everything from fig, soy sauce to pineapples, musk and even gasoline and earning itself the nickname “firewater.” Not many people enjoy consuming shots of any hard liquor or spirit drink, whether it is vodka, cognac, whiskey, gin or baijiu, especially when the alcohol level reaches 50% and above which accidentally is the signatory characteristic of china baijiu. The aim of having this Baijiu Day is to make baijiu more accessible by using it for easy drinks such as cocktails, infusions and even with foods so that everyone is able to enjoy the taste of baijiu all over the world.



Celebrate this upcoming Biggest Asia’s Beerfest 2016 with thousands of beer lovers as they descend on Singapore’s Marina Promenade for an exclusive premier festival of artisanal beer, food, games and live music.

This year’s edition will shatter all records featuring commercial, craft beers and ciders from over 500 brews and there more than 100+ new Singapore beers available from $6 onwards. To feed the hunger pangs, an extensive selection of beer grub and gourmet treats are available too.

For a good laugh, head to the Beerfest Asia Comedy Club with international and regional comedians and the likes of Lars Callieou and Wes Zaharuk from Canada and more. This event will take place from 16 June to 19 June 2016. Be sure to come by and join the fun!

Admission Ticket

1 Day Standard Pass:

16 June 2016 – ($30) per person

17 June 2016 – ($40) per person

18 June 2016 – ($40) per person

19 June 2016 – ($30) per person

Date & Time

Thursday, 16 June 2016 – 6.00pm to 1.00am

Friday, 17 June 2016 – 6.00pm to 2.00am

Saturday, 18 June 2016 – 3.00pm to 2.00am

Sunday, 19 June 2016 – 2.00pm to 10.00pm


Getting There & Site Map
Beerfest Asia festival grounds is situated at the Marina Promenade. An exciting outdoor venue located on the Singapore Grand Prix F1 tracks, it overlooks the beautiful Gardens By The Bay and the Marina Barrage with a backdrop against the Singapore Flyer.


The nearest MRT station is Circle Line’s Promenade Station. Exit via A.
Alternatively, you can drop off at the taxi stand of the Singapore Flyer and take 3-minute walk to the festival grounds.

For more information please visit their website at