Some highlights to look out for this year include a Venetian Double-Storey Carousel.
Gardens By The Bay’s annual Christmas Wonderland will be making a comeback from Dec 3 to Jan 2, 2022.
Not only will there be the ever-popular light displays this year, the event will also include a carnival full of games and rides, a market for you to shop for presents, and a light and sound show for an evening of fun.
Some of the light displays to look forward to include the 20.5m tall Spalliera, the Magical Carriage by The Tiara Society, the Tinsel Castle and the Enchanted Bridge and Walk of Stars by GrabPay.
The carnival features multiple games and rides such as Fishy Fishy, Darts, Blockbuster, and Bowling, as well as a Venetian Double-Storey Carousel carefully crafted in Europe.
Tickets for the carousel cost $10 per person and $5 for each adult accompanying a child aged 12 years old and below. Tickets can be pre-booked online here.
If you’re looking to do some last-minute Christmas shopping, you can head over to the Mistletoe Alley Market to get your gifts.
You can also immerse yourself in the jolly season with the Garden Rhapsody light and sound show, where the Supertree lights will be dancing to your favourite festive tunes.
Due to the Safe Management Measures (SMMs), entry into Christmas Wonderland will be split into four sessions, the earliest beginning at 6.30pm and the rest at 7.30pm, 8.30pm and 9.30pm.
All visitors are to keep their masks on at all times, check in via SafeEntry and be fully vaccinated to enter the premises.
Children aged 12 and below who are accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult from the same household are allowed to visit Christmas Wonderland.
As there are no ticketing booths on-site, tickets must be purchased online prior to arrival. Pre-event tickets are only available for purchase online by 11.59pm on the day before the visit.
From Dec 3 to 16, pre-event tickets will cost $7 and from Dec 17 to Jan 2, they will cost $9.
Same-day purchase of the tickets will cost $10 throughout the event, and will be subject to availability.
Tickets for children aged 12 and under will cost $5.
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