Looking for somewhere unique to celebrate, or even spend Chinese New Year together? Most importantly, the place must be insta-worthy and filled with Chinese New Year decorations. In this article, we will list a few places you can visit this weekend, or during the Chinese new year period itself. Time to explore new places!
Located in the west of Singapore, Chinese Garden is one place you should visit during the festive season! Although some areas are still under renovation, the Chinese and Japanese themed gardens are available to the public. Do we need to say more? The Chinese imperial style architectures and landscape are a must, especially if you want your photos to be on point!
Opening Hours Chinese Garden 5:30 am to 11:00 pm Japanese Garden 5:30 am to 7:00 pm
Just like past few years, Gardens By The Bay is back with Spring Festival 2018. In conjunction with the year of woof, GBTB is going to be filled with Chinese New Year installations! Of course, they can’t miss out on having dog-friendly events. On 18th February, ‘Stretch and Scratch,’ ‘A Pawsome Day’ and ‘Movie By The Lawn’ will be held. Dogs are welcome, duh!
1. Stretch & Scratch Yoga session with fellow humans and dog buds! Bring your own mat and dogs! Registration required. Click here to register!
Date: 18 Feb 2018
Location: Supertree Grove Time: 8.00am – 9.00am
2. A Pawsome Day A specially designed playground and park four obstacle course just for your dogs! Come on down and pick up a skill or two! Date: 18 Feb 2018 Location: Supertree Grove Time: 4.30 pm – 6.00pm 3. MOVIE BY THE LAWN – A DOG’S PURPOSE This could just be the best way to spend Valentine’s day. Bring a picnic mat and furry kids, and enjoy the weekend watching an outdoor movie together. Psst, prepare tissues for this heartwrenching movie!
Date: 18 Feb 2018
Location: Supertree Grove Time: 6.00 pm – 7.30pm
Didn’t you already know? Orchard has the best installations in Singapore, be it Christmas or Chinese New Year! Take a short stroll along Orchard road and stop by some insta-worthy places for a mini photo shoot session. Your pup is sure to turn heads around. After that, head to one of the nearby pet-friendly dining places or dog cafes for dinner!
The best way to celebrate Chinese New Year? Of course, it’s gonna be at Chinatown. It’s gonna be really crowded, you are warned! Unless you are there to take pictures only, you are highly recommended to put your dog into a stroller or carrier. Walk down Chinatown street and shop with your furkids!