Pixie dust fills the air as Disney Tsum Tsum brings a touch of magic to the Christmas floral display at Gardens by the Bay. It’s time to get the fairy lights and festive baubles ready as Mickey and his Tsum Tsum pals stack up to decorate the tallest live Christmas tree in Flower Dome. In this special “Poinsettia Wishes Featuring Disney Tsum Tsum” floral display, Olaf feels right at home amidst a snowy landscape of poinsettias, Christmas berries and holly, while Dumbo prepares to take flight with a sledge full of presents. Come to celebrate the holidays with your favourite Tsum Tsum pals in this festive display at Gardens by the Bay! The displays at the Flower Dome are on till Sunday, 6 January 2018, 9.00 am to 10.00 pm from 30 Nov to 26 Dec. From 27 Dec to 6 Jan, 9.00 am to 9.00 pm. Credit: Gardens By the Bay.
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