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    Default Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations

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    19 January 6 February 2008
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    Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations 2008
    Street Light-Up

    19 January 24 February 2008
    Eu Tong Sen Street, New Bridge
    and South Bridge Roads
    7pm 6am (Lunar New Years
    Eve and Lunar New Years Day)
    7pm 2am (Fri and Sat)
    7pm 12am (Sun Thu)

    Festive Street Stalls
    19 January 6 February 2008
    Pagoda, Smith, Sago, Temple and Trengganu Streets, and Peoples Park Complex
    11am 11pm (Sun Thu)
    11am 1am (Fri, Sat and Public Holidays)

    Hundreds of Chinese flock here, not only to get their New Year essentials, but also to experience a real festive buzz. A feast for the eyes and palate, youll be spoilt for choice with over 500 stalls offering a dazzling array of festive goodies such as waxed duck, barbecued sweet meats, cookies, fresh flowers and traditional Chinese New Year decorations.

    Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations
    2008 Countdown

    6 February 2008
    9pm Past midnight

    Mark the beginning of the Chinese New Year with an exciting bang! Join the merrymakers at the Countdown Party, and welcome the Year of the Rat with noisy firecrackers and a dazzling firework display.

    Chinatown Yuan Xiao Jie
    17 February 2008
    7pm 10pm

    Celebrations reach a high note on the 15th day of the New Year. Get a taste of the magical Chingay Street Parade, as mesmerising floats and dazzling performers make an appearance at Chinatown. And while you are there, do catch the celebrations that will be happening at the Chinatown Heritage Centre and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Just a stones throw away, it would be the perfect way to spend the last day of the Lunar New Year.
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    Oooh, looks like this weekend my camera will be busy again. Thanks for the info, bro~


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