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Top 10 Kid-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

 

One of the loveliest Chinese festivals in Singapore, the Mid-Autumn Festival happening on 24 September 2018, is about celebration with the family, lantern processions and yummy mooncakes.

Is your child all excited and looking forward to tasty mooncakes and colourful lanterns this Mid-Autumn Festival? Looking for Mid-Autumn Festival events or where to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with your kids in Singapore? We list down the top 10 kid-friendly Mid-Autumn events to go with your little ones.

1. Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn ‘Celebration of Love’ at VivoCity

Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn Celebration of Love VivoCity Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

This Mid-Autumn, VivoCity and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia invite you to come together to celebrate the love of family and friends and a month long of Disney magic under the stars with their Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn Celebration of Love campaign.

[Highly Recommended!] This Mid-Autumn celebration is a visual spectacle and a sight to behold, where over 2,000 Tsum Tsum themed lanterns will light up the night sky. From the Tunnel of Love to the Fairytale Garden, the Frozen-themed Wishing Wonderland to a giant Mickey and Minnie centrepiece, your heart will be set aglow amid over 2,000 Disney Tsum Tsum lanterns.

As one of Asia’s largest lantern installations, you can expect nights of revelry and festivities with your favourite Disney and Disney-Pixar Tsum Tsum characters.

Tap and Go with Disney Tsum Tsum!
Score an exclusive Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn EZ-Link card when you spend a minimum of $250. Look out for a new design each week and collect all four! Limited to the first 150 shoppers daily on weekdays and first 350 shoppers daily on weekends. Want them all right away? Be one of the first 200 shoppers to spend a minimum of $800 to redeem the full set!

Release a Wish of Love
Celebrate Mid-Autumn and release a wish in our Disney’s Frozen-themed wonderland. Purchase a wishing card at $2 from TANGS Customer Service Counter at Level 1. 100% gross proceeds will be donated to Children’s Cancer Foundation.

Kids Eat with Disney Tsum Tsum (VivoCity Kids Club Member Exclusive)
Revel with the adorable Disney Tsum Tsum characters at VivoCity’s Sky Park on Level 3 and bring home a bowl & cup set when you spend a minimum of $60 at any qualifying store. Limited to the first 500 members.

Date: 30 August to 30 September 2018
Venue: Sky Park Level 3, VivoCity
1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585

For more information, visit Disney Tsum Tsum Mid-Autumn ‘Celebration of Love’.

2. Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 at Gardens By The Bay

Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 at Gardens By The Bay, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Lantern sets depicting the fantastical will adorn Gardens by the Bay this Mid-Autumn Festival. Based on the theme “Autumn of Fantasies”, these marvellous lantern sets depict a diversity of worlds unfettered by reality, from mythical creatures to larger-than-life flora and fauna.

LANTERN DISPLAYS: Celebrate an Autumn of Fantasies with dazzling lantern sets that bring together imaginary worlds and natural wonders. In “Leaping over the Dragon’s Gate”, Gardens by the Bay’s widest lantern set to date spanning 70m across water, carps brave the strong currents as they swim upstream towards the Dragon’s Gate in the hope of turning into a dragon. Another highlight is “The Phoenix and the Peony”, which symbolises nobility, harmony and affluence.

GOLDEN WISHING TREE: Pen well wishes for your loved ones and drape them over the magnificent Golden Wishing Tree.

WISH UPON A FLOATING LOTUS: Set your wishes afloat on a lighted lotus lantern as it drifts along the beautiful Dragonfly Lake.

[Recommended!] GARDEN RHAPSODY: TALES OF THE MOON: Adding to the Mid-Autumn festivities is a special edition of the Garden Rhapsody! Immerse yourself in a breath-taking choreography of lights and music inspired by legends and songs of the moon.
Date: 6 to 30 September 2018 | Time: 7.45pm & 8.45pm (Daily) | Location: Supertree Grove

Adding to the atmosphere is a bustling marketplace at the Supertree Grove, where you can enjoy cultural performances, a food street, and a showcase of traditional Chinese crafts.

[Recommended!] CULTURAL PERFORMANCES: Curated by co-organiser, the National Arts Council, the free nightly cultural programme will present opportunities for visitors to enjoy and be inspired by Singapore’s rich heritage. Appreciate vibrant and diverse traditional arts performances by home-grown arts groups of different genres, cultures and ages, and bond over the creative interpretations of the theme Fantastic Traditions.

FOOD STREET: Indulge in a spread of local and Asian delights.

FUN ZONE: Try your hand at traditional local games like Kuti Kuti and Goli, as well as other exciting games!

LANTERN RIDDLES: Lantern riddles are a traditional game often enjoyed during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Have a go and discover more about the Chinese language and culture!

TRADITIONAL VILLAGE: Marvel at the deftness of Chinese artisans as they create intricate dough figurines, sugar art and stone engravings. You can even try on traditional Chinese costumes and take a photo against elaborate lantern sets.

Date: 6 to 24 September 2018
Time: Various timings
Venue: Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

For more information, visit Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 @ Gardens By The Bay.

3. Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival is an annual Chinese cultural festival which invites the community to reflect on our shared heritage and come together in celebration of Chinese arts and culture. This year’s festival presents an exciting weekend of offerings suitable for the young and the young at heart, including heritage trails, mooncake tasting, lantern-making workshops, storytelling of Mid-Autumn tales, performances ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, and more.

The Memorial Hall’s thematic lantern installation also promises to make for great photo-moments under the stars. Featuring lanterns from across Southeast Asia, the festive installation celebrates Singapore’s chairmanship of ASEAN this year. The lantern installation will be on display from 1 September to 8 October 2018.

Unveiling Singapore’s Largest Mooncake: Be a part of history in the making, as the Memorial Hall attempts to set a new record for the Largest Mooncake in Singapore! Join our partners and visitors in commemorating this historical moment as the Memorial Hall unveils Singapore’s first giant mooncake measuring a whopping 1.8 metres in diameter. Be sure to snap a photo with the record-breaking mooncake, and savour a piece of it!
The giant mooncake is Halal-certified. Available on a first come, first served basis.
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 6pm to 7pm

Snowskin Mooncake Workshop: Mid-Autumn Festival won’t be complete without mooncakes, which are Chinese pastries traditionally filled with a sweet lotus paste. Learn how to make this delicious festive delicacy and bring home some tasty treats for your family.
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 12pm | $10.00/pair. Register at peatix.com/user/1035460

Tea Appreciation Workshop: Enjoy aromatic Chinese tea and learn more about the delicate art of tea brewing and appreciation in this free workshop! Available on a first come, first served basis.
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 3.30pm to 5pm

Jade Rabbit Lantern Workshop: Complete your Mid-Autumn experience and have fun creating your very own Jade Rabbit Lantern! Express your creativity in this traditional craft session and bring your lantern to life.
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 1.30pm to 2.30pm | $10.00/pair. Register at peatix.com/user/1035460

Moon-gazing Binoculars Workshop: Get crafty and try your hand at making a pair of unique moon-gazing binoculars to admire the beauty of the full moon this Mid-Autumn Festival. If you look hard enough, you might see the moon goddess Chang’E and her loyal companion, the Jade Rabbit!
Date: 23 September 2018 | Time: 1.30pm to 2.30pm | $10.00/pair. Register at peatix.com/user/1035460

Fun with Lantern Riddles: Have fun guessing the riddles in this traditional game. Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you get five answers correct, and stand a chance to win a mystery prize!
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 10am to 8pm

Mooncake & Tea Tasting: Savour a taste of tradition and sample our range of yummy mooncakes and aromatic Nanyang tea. Enjoy these festive delicacies as you learn more about Mid-Autumn Festival! Available on a first come, first served basis.
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 8pm

Miniature Lantern-making: Try your hand at this simple paper lantern craft activity, and bring home a Mid-Autumn souvenir. Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you visit our booth, and stand a chance to win a free mystery prize!
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 8pm

Bookmark Calligraphy: Fancy a personalised bookmark with Mid-Autumn themed sayings, or even your name on it? Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you visit our booth, and stand a chance to win a mystery prize!
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 8pm

Make Your Own Shrink Art: Have some fun at our drop-in sand shrink art workshop, and create colourful masterpieces using our adorable templates! Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you visit our booth, and stand a chance to win a mystery prize!
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 2pm to 5pm

Make Your Own Sun-catcher: Design your very own sun-catcher, adorned with stencils of mooncakes, lanterns, and the Jade Rabbit. Hold your final masterpiece up against the sun, and be amazed by the kaleidoscope of colours that shine through! Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you visit our booth, and stand a chance to win a mystery prize!
Date: 23 September 2018 | Time: 2pm to 5pm

Face Painting: Transform yourself into a delicate flower, fearsome tiger, or adorable bunny at the stroke of a brush. Collect your activity passport at our Reception Desk and get a stamp when you visit our booth, and stand a chance to win a mystery prize!
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 8pm

Balestier Heritage & Food Trail: Embark on the Balestier Heritage & Food Trail to uncover the history of the precinct, while exploring heritage sites and sampling delicious local delights along the way! Available in English or Mandarin.
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 10.30am to 12pm | $5.00 (includes bottled water and a traditional snack). Register at peatix.com/user/1035460

Permanent Galleries Guided Tour: Take a tour of the Memorial Hall’s permanent galleries and learn more about Dr Sun Yat Sen and Singapore’s role in the 1911 Revolution.
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 2.30pm to 3.30pm (Chinese); 3pm to 4pm (English)

[Recommended!] Mid-Autumn Tales: Do you know why we eat mooncakes during Mid-Autumn Festival, or how the legend of Chang’E came to be? Explore the origins of Mid-Autumn Festival at this special interactive storytelling session and learn more about the connection between the Moon Goddess, Jade Rabbit, and our much-loved mooncakes! Each session will feature a different story and craft activity.
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 12pm to 1pm (Chinese); 5pm to 6pm (English)
Date: 23 September 2018 | Time: 12pm to 1pm (English); 5pm to 6pm (Chinese)

[Recommended!] Evening Concert: Experience wonder and delight in this dynamic showcase of cultural and contemporary arts! Grab a hammock or picnic mat, and enjoy a range of performances under the stars. Performances include LED dragon dance, kungfu tea performance, traditional lantern dance, art of quick-change, live music showcase, drama production on the legend of Chang’E, and more!
Date: 22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Date: 22 to 23 September 2018 (Saturday to Sunday)
Time: Various timings
Venue: Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore 327874

For more information, visit Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival.

4. Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018

Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

The Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 celebrations will showcase an exciting, colourful and vibrant month-long programmes from 8 September to 8 October 2018. Chinatown will be soaked in festivities and beautifully adorned with colourful lanterns and dazzling decorations. Get your family and friends to join in this festive celebration so as to better understand and experience the allure and significance of this traditional festival.

[Recommended!] Mass Lantern Walk: Enjoy a fun night out with your family and friends with your creative lanterns as you join in the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Mass Lantern Walk that is open to the general public. Immerse yourself in the festive spirit as you soak in the leisurely-paced lantern parade procession under the full moon and the dazzling displays around Chinatown. Don’t forget the impressive acts of the dragon dance troupes, energetic cheerleaders and the percussion band along the way! The lantern walk will conclude with stage performances, pyrotechnics and fireworks display in the heart of Chinatown.
Date: 23 September 2018 | Time: 7pm to 10pm

Festive Trade Fair and Festive Bazaar: The full moon represents an auspicious symbol of abundance, harmony and prosperity. Chinese communities from all over the world celebrate its appearance on this important occasion. During the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival, you can bask in the festivities, walk along the bustling festive street stalls and shop for festive goodies. Be spoilt for choice as over 300 festival stalls will offer a dazzling variety of festive treats like moon cake, pomelos, lanterns, handicrafts, tea and more.
Date: 1 to 30 September 2018 | Time: 11am to 10.30pm

Street Light-Up: Soak in the festivities and celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown, where traditional Chinese culture comes alive. This year street light-up will depict the stories of Chinatown where our forefathers came to Singapore in search for better life and opportunities. In addition, be enchanted by the decorations of Chinatown as New Bridge Road, Eu Tong Sen Street, South Bridge Road and the inner streets of Chinatown are adorned with colourful traditional lanterns.
Date: 8 September to 8 October 2018 | Time: 7pm to 12mn (Sunday to Thursday), 7pm to 2am (Friday & Saturday)

Nightly Stage Shows: Gather around for the nightly performances at Kreta Ayer Square during the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival celebrations. Even today, the Square remains a popular gathering point for local Chinese communities. Catch and be entertained by the animated and dynamic Chinese cultural acts, folk songs, and music and dance numbers by local entertainers and overseas performing troupes.
Date: 8 to 24 September 2018 | Time: 8pm to 10.30pm

Date: 1 September to 8 October 2018
Time: Various timings
Venue: Chinatown Singapore

For more information, visit Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2018.

5. Mid-Autumn Festival at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC)

Mid-Autumn Festival at Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC), Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Get set for an enchanting day of lunar appreciation at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre with its first ever Mid-Autumn Celebration. With a wide variety of activities including cultural appreciation talks, mass escape activity, craft workshops, a planetarium show, musical acts, puppetry and opera performances, and a heritage trail in the heart of the Central Business District, the centre is the venue to be for families and friends, young and old to rediscover the allure of Mid-Autumn.

Performance: Tales by the Moonlight. Watch your favourite Mid-Autumn characters come alive with Paper Monkey Theatre’s rendition of Tales by the Moonlight. Be fascinated by the antics of Houyi, Chang’E, the Ten Suns and the Jade Rabbit through music and rod puppetry. Learn more about the legends behind the Mid-Autumn Festival with Paper Monkey!

Tales of Houyi: A Chinese Opera Performance. Tok Tok Chiang may be a young company but it is a leading light in the promotion of Chinese opera. Its latest offering, Tales of Houyi, showcases the best of Teochew Opera. Sung in Teochew with Mandarin and English narratives, the performance features Nick Shen in the lead role. Visitors can also mingle with the performers after the show and participate in a photo-taking session

Performance: Chamber Kakis Report! Let Chamber Kakis help kickstart your mid-autumn celebrations. Be entertained by their musical pieces of Teresa Teng Medley, the exotic Dunhuang, and chamber music compositions such as Two in the Morning, etc. Previously known as Ding Yi Youth Ensemble, the group topped the Ensemble category of the 2014 National Chinese Music Competition.

[Recommended!] “Starry Night” Planetarium Show & Astronomy Exhibition. By the light of the Autumnal moon, you can see the star-spangled sky. Under an inflatable dome, the Planetarium Show by the Science Centre Singapore, will enable you to experience the beauty of the universe and learn how the ancients locate their positions and distinguish the seasons by looking at the stars. In addition, the Astronomy Exhibition will enhance your knowledge of the solar system and the moon. Learn all the scientific and cultural aspects of the moon at one go.

LED Lantern Making Workshop. Construct a lantern from scratch. From the variety of materials available, build your own unique LED lantern. Under the expert guidance of Science Centre Singapore staff, you can learn scientific concepts such as light diffusion in the fun way!

Operation Rescue Mid-Autumn: A Mass Escape Activity. As a divine timekeeper, you have been summoned by Tieguai Li to restore the trail of destruction wrought by his demigod son, Feng Meng. He has conjured a powerful time-freezing spell and sent you on a mission to restore order before the Jade Emperor finds out.

Four Skills of Beijing Opera: An Appreciation of Tradition. Beijing Opera, one of five most iconic genres of Chinese opera, is an art form encompassing literature, music, arts, dance and acrobatics. It originates from Emperor Qianlong’s reign during the Qing dynasty. Listen to Mdm Li Qiu Ping, instructor of Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI) and Shanghai Theatre Academy, expound its unique features and her approach in training students from ITI who will demonstrate for her session.

[Recommended!] Lighting up the CBD: A Heritage Trail of Singapore’s “Wall Street”. Join this heritage walk at Singapore’s CBD with lanterns lighting up your way – from Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre via Shenton Way and Robinson Road, to Lau Pa Sat. Ngee Ann Polytechnic and ITE West students will conduct guided tours at 7.15pm (English) and 7pm (Mandarin) where you will savour the ambience of the Golden Shoe area and discover the history of Singapore’s “Wall Street”.

[#CONTEST!] Show your best shots of the Garden Party! Hashtag them with #scccmidautumn to your personal Facebook or Instagram, and you can walk away with attractive SCCC merchandise as souvenirs! You will also win shopping vouchers if your photos are among the 3 best posted to “public”.

Date: 15 September 2018 (Saturday)
Time: Various timings
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC)
1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906

For more information, visit Mid-Autumn Festival At Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC).

 

6. Moonfest 2018 – A Mid Autumn Celebration at Esplanade

Moonfest 2018 A Mid Autumn Celebration at Esplanade, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration is an annual traditional Chinese arts festival held in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. Now in its 14th edition, Moonfest presents the opportunity for families and friends, young and old to be exposed to and rediscover the intrinsic beauty of traditional Chinese arts that are inspired by stories of legendary figures such as Ji Gong, the Living Buddha; Romance of the Three Kingdoms; The Creation of Gods, and Journey to the West.

Featuring more than 60 ticketed and free programmes, this year’s highlights include:

  • A one-night only performance by Taiwan’s most established Hokkien opera troupe, Ming Hwa Yuan Arts & Cultural Group
  • A repertoire of instrumental folk music and stories from classic novels by renowned pipa virtuoso Wu Man and the Huayin Shadow Puppet Band
  • An interactive and fun puppetry production for the young
  • Creative craft, percussion and martial arts workshops for parent and child
  • Free traditional stage opera performances at the Moonfest Chinese Opera Stage along the waterfront
  • The ever-popular Lantern Walkabout along the Esplanade waterfront!

THEATRE: The True Monkey King
Just who is the true Monkey King? Paper Monkey Theatre presents this fascinating tale in a fun and interactive puppetry experience for the young and young-at-heart, adapted from the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West.
While on their journey to the west, Master Tang San Zang and The Monkey King Sun Wu Kong were ambushed by a band of robbers! Sun Wu Kong defended his master and successfully defeated the robbers. But Master Tang was displeased at Sun Wu Kong’s reckless actions and decided to send Sun Wu Kong away. At Sun Wu Kong’s departure, an impostor with the same appearance and abilities as Sun Wu Kong appeared! Sun Wu Kong returned and a fierce battle ensued, with no clear victor in sight. Who is the one true Monkey King who will protect Master Tang in his journey to the west?
Presented through traditional and modern hand puppetry featuring martial arts elements and live music by SA the Collective, The True Monkey King is an entertaining experience that also teaches young audience members the importance of learning from mistakes.
Performed in Mandarin, with English surtitles. Recommended for children aged 5 and up. Admission only for children aged 4 and up.

Parent-Child Workshop: Triumphant Beats
Traditional Chinese drumming is often associated with jubilation, and is a symbol of prosperity and unity. Legendary patriot Yue Fei’s Yue Army was famous for showing their loyalty and courage through heart-thumping drum beats! Join us at this energetic workshop as we recreate a triumphant atmosphere where you and your child use rhythmic beats to tell a story of endurance and honour with a variety of traditional Chinese percussion instruments.
Recommended for children ages 6 to 10 with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 5.

[Recommended!] Parent-Child Workshop: Get Crafty with Creative Lantern Making
Put your imagination to work and get crafty with your child and create your very own lantern! Using craft materials like paper, wood, glue and colour pencils, be introduced to basic collage methods and learn stories about Lady Chang’E and the Jade Rabbit at this engaging workshop.
Recommended for children ages 6 to 10 with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 5.

Parent-Child Workshop: Wing Chun 101
With an emphasis on practical usage in self-defence, Wing Chun can also help to improve one’s reflexes and balance. Get active with your child and learn the basics of this popular martial arts form at this hands-on workshop! No prior experience is required.
Recommended for children ages 6 to 10 with an accompanying parent/guardian. Accompanying adults must be above 16. No admission for ages below 5.

Date: 21 to 23 September 2018
Time: Various timings
Venue: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981

For more information, visit Moonfest 2018 – A Mid Autumn Celebration at Esplanade.

7. Over the Moon for Mid-Autumn at Jurong Point

Over the Moon for Mid-Autumn at Jurong Point, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with Jurong Point and be over the moon with all our festivities happening till 30th September! There are games, cultural performances and the main highlight - the inaugural mass lantern walk! Not forgetting the Mid-Autumn Fair with various mooncakes to suit your palette!

Golden Games Carnival: Learn about the Chinese culture while you have a go at these interactive games! To participate, spend $20 in a single receipt to redeem a game coupon. Limited to the first 400 redemptions per day.
Date: 15,16,22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 12pm to 8pm

Must-See Stage Performances: Be entertained by a dynamic showcase of cultural and contemporary performances featuring traditional martial arts, Chinese dance and saxophone acts. There's even a giant balloon and magic rabbit show that's sure to leave you in wonder and delight!
Date: 15,16,22 & 23 September 2018 | Time: 4pm

Dazzling Dragon Dance: Soak in the festive atmosphere as Jurong Point comes alive with a thrilling dragon dance performance.
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 7pm

Join Jurong Point’s First Mass Lantern Walk! (Fully Subscribed!): Enjoy a fun night out with your family and friends with your favourite lanterns. Take a leisurely stroll, immerse yourself in the festive spirit and be entertained by surprise appearances by Chang'E, Jade Rabbit and much more! It’s free to sign up and no spending is required.
Date: 22 September 2018 | Time: 7pm

Date: 22 August to 30 September 2018
Time: Various timings
Venue: Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2, Jurong Point Shopping Centre, Singapore 648886

For more information, visit Over the Moon for Mid-Autumn at Jurong Point.

8. Mid-Autumn Celebrations at Our Tampines Hub (OTH)

Mid-Autumn Celebrations at Our Tampines Hub (OTH), Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Our Tampines Hub celebrates Mid-Autumn 2018! Join Advisers to Tampines Grassroots organisations for an evening of cultural entertainment, engagement and more!

Take your very own FREE lantern, sample a variety of mooncake, try your hand at calligraphy, check out Tampines Regional Library's latest offerings and walk through our maze of Mid-Autumn magic! Admission is free and ALL are welcome!

Our Tampines Hub is proud to present this event in collaboration with the National Library Board and National Environment Agency.

Date: 22 September 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 12pm to 10pm
Venue: Our Tampines Hub
1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523

For more information, visit Mid-Autumn Celebrations at Our Tampines Hub (OTH).

9. Garden Treats: Mid-Autumn Special: Snowskin Mooncakes (A Culinary Workshop)

Garden Treats: Mid-Autumn Special: Snowskin Mooncakes (A Culinary Workshop), Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Join Singapore Botanic Gardens in this festive season and find out how to make snowskin mooncakes using plant ingredients! This programme includes a guided tour around the newly enhanced Children's Garden. Suitable for children in K1 to P6 Levels.

Tickets: $30.00 per child (includes all ingredients and equipment). Make payment upon the completion of the registration form.

Date: 22 September 2018 (Sat)
Time: 10am to 11.30am
Venue: Visitor Services Desk at Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Bukit Timah Core of the Singapore Botanic Gardens

For more information, visit Garden Treats: Mid-Autumn Special: Snowskin Mooncakes (A Culinary Workshop)

10. Enchanting Workshops at Waterway Point

Enchanting Workshops at Waterway Point, Top 10 Kids-Friendly Mid-Autumn Festival 2018 Events in Singapore

Craft your very own lantern festival keepsake with Waterway Point’s array of enchanting mid-autumn workshops! Simply spend $30 (maximum 3 same-day transactions) at the mall to sign up.

15 & 22 September 2018

  • Saturday, 2pm: Hello! Mr Jade Rabbit Plushie Workshop
  • Saturday, 4pm: My Mooncake Lantern Workshop

16 & 23 September 2018

  • Sunday, 2pm: My Jade Rabbit Lantern Workshop
  • Sunday, 4pm: Rabbit Towel Origami Workshop

Date: 15 & 16, 22 & 23 September 2018
Time: 2pm & 4pm
Venue: Waterway Point, Level B1, Market Square
83 Punggol Central, Singapore 828761

For more information, visit Enchanting Workshops at Waterway Point.

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