Enjoy spectacular lantern sets depicting stories of rich tradition and heritage. Don’t miss our tallest and widest ever display of floating lanterns stretching over 120m, and take a stroll within our very first giant revolving lantern! Stroll by the Colonnade of Lights and enjoy these displays of lanterns painted by people from various walks of life. Catch a glimpse of whimsical imagination decorated by many creative hands. Illuminations of Joy invites you to journey through a series of creative expressions mapped on lanterns hand-painted by Seniors. Join us for a stroll through the Gardens amidst beautiful lantern sets, led by a magnificent LED Dragon! The lantern-inspired pavilion, AIRMESH, functions as a belvedere which invites visitors into an immersive experience for framed views of the Gardens with its strategic location along the scenic Dragonfly Lake. The 30 sqm cantilevered state-of-the-art 3D-printed steel structure offers unprecedented perspectives through the day with its play on colours, shades and reflections. AIRMESH is designed by Assistant Professors Carlos Banon and Felix Raspall, co-founders of AIRLAB @ SUTD (Singapore University of Technology and Design).
As friends and family gather to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay, let us bring the theme of Legacies to life through the traditional arts. Situated in the midst of the dazzling Supertree Grove, the centre stage will showcase the life, vigour and diversity of traditional arts, including innovative interpretations and cross-over performances Wednesdays through to Sundays from 8.00 pm. Journey with us through Asia and immerse yourself in the rich and diverse soundscape, as the Supertrees light up your imagination of this magnificent part of the world! Look out for local artists Alemay Fernandez, Dawn Ho, Leandra Lane and Lou Peixin’s rendition of traditional favourites. The two performances at the Supertrees are at 7.45 pm and 8.45 pm.
The exhibits will be on location till Sunday, 15 September 2019. Lights are turned on at 7.00pm. Credit: Gardens By the Bay.