New Year Celebration 2019

5 Places to Visit in Singapore for New Year Celebrations 2019

 Whether its Thanksgiving, Christmas or New year, Singapore has various beautiful places to celebrate festivals with enthusiasm.

Are you looking to celebrate New Year in a thrilling way? Or you have a shopping list on the mind? Do you want to celebrate staying away from hustle and bustle?

There are all sorts of ways to celebrate New Year in Singapore. From the amazing events, vivacious shopping destinations to serene places, there are endless places to welcome New Year in your own way.

Here is a rundown of the places in Singapore to make sure you kick-start the year in a positive, thrilling way possible.

1) Sentosa Beach

Sentosa is an awesome place to kick off New Year celebrations. The beach amazes with lightnings, fireworks, music and enthusiastic crowd. Get indulged in the dance, events, countdown party and endless thrills. Then, a luxury spa and dining experience will add to your celebration.

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You can have a snap with the characters like Bruce Lee and Elvis. Want to celebrate your new year away from hustle and bustle? Head to the calm beaches out there!

2) Marina Bay

Scintillating fireworks, live performances, feasts and festivals, and countdown hotspots will be what you expect to experience at Marina Bay. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it is the capital of New Year celebrations in Singapore. The celebrations generally start a month before as a countdown.

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Prudential Marina Bay Carnival (22 December to 24 march) will be one of the key attractions over there. It will feature exciting rides, new thrills, game booths, exotic foods, music and more. Then, light projections will be there on New Year’s Eve from 8 pm till before midnight. Shoppers can rush to the outdoor bazaar to be held at the Float @ Marina Bay.

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3) Bay East (Gardens by the Bay)

Let’s admit it. Indulging into fun and thrills is not everyone’s way of celebrating New Year. Right?

If you are one of those calm celebrators, head to the Bay East or the Gardens by the Bay. It is one of the calm places in Singapore to spend quality time with your special one or likeminded people.

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Having moments among flower dome, Supertree Grove, art sculptures, and Heritage Garden is a silent celebration in itself. Beyond that, the place has everything to take your New Year celebrations to the next level, from dining to shopping.  As an added bonus, the garden offers indoor spaces for events or celebrations on booking.

4) Bugis Street

Shopping is just another way to celebrate the New Year. At least, shopaholic out there would agree with us. Bugis street t is counted among the most popular, cheapest and grandest shopping destinations in Singapore.

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The shopping street offers the trendiest fashion at affordable rates. Strolling down the street will excite you as you come across small alleys, aroma of food and colourful stores. Services like tattoo, hair and beauty services are also available at the street.

Apart from shopping, the spot guarantees great dining experiences with its 24/7 trendy bars and cafes.

5) Universal Studios Singapore

This is a great destination to celebrate New Year with your family. This wonderful amusement park has everything for someone. It adds to your New Year celebrations with thrilling rides, shows and attractions based on your favourite Hollywood movies. Universal Studios also organizes dance party for the visitors. Make sure to buy the tickets in advance to get an entry. And don’t forget to watch the amazing fireworks on the eve of the New Year. Plus, USS offers deals and packages for Christmas and New Year as well. For more info, please visit this page.

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Where are you going to celebrate your New Year in Singapore? Please let us know by commenting below.

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