Wanted to carry lanterns with the weirdos but somehow the timing always cannot fit in well. So G decided that we can go to carry the lantern this year. Heard that there are fireworks at the Lantern Festival at Chinese Garden this year, so decide to go.
|Bright Moon on the lunar 14th August|
The Lantern Festival 2012 at Chinese Garden is open to public from 7 September 2012 to 7 October 2012, 9am to 11pm daily. The ticket cost is $8.00 for Child and $12.00 for Adult, but passion card members are entitled to $2 discount.
Initially we thought that they will give out free lanterns… but only realised the free lanterns are available for the first 500 visitors of the day 🙁
|Passion card members have $2 off!|
|What we get to see when we enter the Chinese Garden|
First lanters we saw are this batch of ants….
One of the highlight is the 3-minute fireworks at 9pm every Saturday and Sunday, and a special 5-minute fireworks display on 30 September, which we decided to skip to avoid the crowd, and for fear it is too tired to travel back home on the Sunday evening.
|Mission of the night… take fireworks… but quite a failure 🙁|
|The Little Matchstick Girl – 卖火柴的小女孩|
|The Tortoise and the Hare – 龟兔赛跑|
|Brave act of Si Ma Guang – 司马光破瓮救友|
I like the reflections 🙂
They have quite a few different type of dragon lanterns.
After the hot and sticky walk, we went back to McDonald for supper till quite ‘late’ in the morning.