Hari Raya 2023: Festive decorations in the East to check out
Time to soak in the festive atmosphere!
While there is an abundance of sights and sounds at the Geylang Serai Bazaar and similar pasar malams, you might still be looking for more IG-worthy photo spots this Hari Raya.
Some decorations can be found in the East, and this includes Paya Lebar Quarter. Visitors can pose with festive decorations found at its atrium and around the mall.
Outside the mall, one can find a festive booth installation featuring a crescent moon and star centrepiece, a widely-recognised symbol used by some of the Islamic faith.
Crescent moon and star motifs as well as a teal and gold sign wishing visitors a happy celebration can be found decorating the outdoor plant beds.
For more elaborate decorations and aesthetic photo spots, you can also check out the Hari Raya-themed decorations at Our Tampines Hub.
Until Apr 21, visitors can also redeem a limited edition Hari Raya packet at Our Tampines Hub’s Customer Service Counter on level 1 with a minimum spend of $30 ($60 for NTUC) in a single same-day receipt.
The Hari Raya Bazaar will be open daily from 3pm to 10pm from Mondays to Thursdays and from 12pm to 10pm on weekends and public holidays.