Too many countdown party options, too little time.
From Siloso Beach to Marina bay and all the clubs and bars in between, countdown parties littered everywhere and you’re probably thinking about the best way to spend the New Year’s Eve.
Here’s a glitzy glamorous option for you to countdown in fun and in style: Marina Bay is transforming the Bay area into a countdown party of the year with events, shows, bazaars and carnivals for you to explore till midnight.
We got you covered with a list of some of the coolest things to check out so you don’t miss out the best the Bay has to offer.
And no worries, Michael Bay isn’t involved.
Several events will be happening concurrently, starting with the Prudential Marina Bay Carnival everyone loved and Instagrammed so much at from 22 Dec 2018 to 24 Mar 2019.
Like the previous one, this Prudential Carnival will be bringing back all your favourite rides together with food and drinks for family and friends to have a day of fun.
There will also be Light Projection Shows happening at The Fullerton Hotel, ArtScience Museum and The Merlion from 26 – 31 Dec, 29 – 31 Dec and 29 – 31 Dec respectively.
Of course, we cannot forget to feature the food because we all love food too much to go anywhere that doesn’t offer food.
Food Truck Fest is bringing food trucks to event plaza of Marina Bay Sands from 28 – 30 Dec. Food Truck Fest celebrates local culinary craftsmanship by showcasing local food so you can expect the kampung-style New Ubin Seafood and Michelin Bib Gourmand Award winner, Fishball Story to be there.
The main highlight of this major event is the countdown part (that’s what we are all there for right) and Star Island Singapore is bringing a story-lined performance on the night of 31st that leads up to the strike of midnight on the 1st of January 2019.
This magical-musical-firework-extravaganza-typa countdown is going to bring in a classic, good o’ story about the universe, love and hopes and dreams before the clock strikes 00:00 that we all never fail to fall for again and again just like the same K Dramas we always watch.
To help you some more because that’s what we do, here’s a roadmap of the event space for you to find the what’s and the where’s:
And full details of the what’s and the where’s is also available on their website.
Hurry grab your kakis and your parents and your cats and dogs and ring in the new year at #MBSC 2k19.
If not, just stay home and Netflix. That’s a pretty lit idea, too.
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