Wang Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2023 is back!
There will be over 20 activities and events to partake in this 2-day open house from 23 to 24 September from 10am to 630pm. Admission is free with
ticketed events. The Lawn Installation will run from 29 August to 1 October.
Discover the story and traditions behind the Mid-Autumn Festival, one of the
oldest cultural festivals in the world, and revel in the rich historical and
cultural significance of the festival with a line-up of live performances,
cultural workshops, heritage walking tours, and storytelling.
Lawn Installation: A Mid-Autumn Paw-trait
Date: 29 August – 1 October 2023
Time: 10am – 9pm daily
The annual outdoor lantern installation has returned. This year’s theme
A Mid-Autumn Paw-trait features 2 giant panda lanterns. There
are 2 pandas in different motions- one sitting in a relaxed position and the
other in a stretching stance.
There will be sessions of workshops for Parents and Children to enjoy. These
are paid activities ranging from Panda Lantern Making,
Hokkien Songs and Rhymes,Teochew Songs and Rhymes, Hakka Abacus Seed Making and Escape Game Activity.
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There are also free activities for the public to partake in. Here’s a list of
what to expect
- Story Telling Sessions
- Drop-in Craft Stations
- Mid-Autumn Family Fun Contest
- Dialect Culture Performances
- Lantern Riddles Guessing
- Mooncakes, Pomelo and Tea tasting
- Bling Box sale booth
- Children Activity booklets giveaway
Guided Tours and Trails
Also available are specialised guided tours. You can choose the Teochew
Cultural Trial, Balestier Heritage Food Trail, Special Exhibition Guided Tour,
and Permanent Galleries Guide Tour.
For more details, head to https://www.sysnmh.org.sg/en