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i Light Singapore.

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i Light Singapore, previously known as i Light Marina Bay, is a sustainable light art festival held in the *Marina Bay. The festival is organised and presented by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

The inaugural edition of the festival was held from 15 October to 7 November in 2010 and was originally part of Marina Bay Invitations 2010, a series of events planned to promote Marina Bay as a venue and destination. The festival showcased about 25 dynamic light art installations and sculptures as well as interactive and performance-based art displays by 14 artists from Singapore and 20 international artists.

The artworks were arranged in a line around the Marina Bay waterfront promenade to form a Light Walk.

2019’s festival marked a special occasion for the nation, with the Singapore Bicentennial commemoration looking back on seven centuries of heritage, from its 14th-century status as an ancient port of call named Temasek to the turning point of 1819, which marked the arrival of *Sir Stamford Raffles on Singapore’s shores.

While i Light Singapore is traditionally held in Marina Bay, the special bicentennial edition saw an expanded presence across the city, with art installations lighting up the Civic District, the Singapore River and Raffles Terrace in Fort Canning Park.

Visitors were treated to a visual extravaganza at the festival, which recorded 249 art proposal submissions from 36 countries across the globe. Highlights included City Gazing Singapore, an installation by Dutch artists Mingus Vogel and Justin Bruns that suspended a breathtaking map of Singapore over The Lawn@Marina Bay.

Admission to the festival is free for all. The installations will be lit up every day from 7:30pm to 11pm, and during Fridays and Saturdays, festival hours are extended to midnight.


#1 Gardens by the Bay

Located by the Marina Bay Waterfront in the heart of Singapore. This oasis of lush greenery has won multiple accolades since it first opened.

#2 Chinatown

Singapore’s Chinatown is primary attraction is the town itself, composed as it is of restored shophouses full of strange little shops.

#3 Sentosa Island

Sentosa is Asia’s leading leisure destination. The 500-hectare island resort is home to an exciting array of themed attractions.

Public transport.

Information about all types of public transport.

Singapore has a modern and efficient public transport system that is widely regarded as one of the best in the world.

Transport Tools | Map – Plan Your Journey. + Paying for Your Ride

Also сheck оut мore info: GETTING AROUND SINGAPORE (visitsingapore.com)

BUS: SBS BusSMRT • Go-Ahead • Tower Transit. + Special overnight routes ⇒ SMRT NightRiderNite Owl. The buses are air-conditioned and equipped with modern features such as free Wi-Fi, USB charging ports, and real-time bus arrival information.

TRAIN: SMRT ⇒ the North-South Line, East-West Line, Circle Line, Thomson-East Coast Line and the Bukit Panjang LRT. SBS ⇒ the North East Line and the Downtown Line, and the Sengkang-Punggol LRT.

AIRPORT: Singapore Changi Airport. Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are connected by a complimentary Skytrain service in both the public and transit areas. Operating hours: 0430 – 0130 hrs.

FERRY: Marina South Ferries is a ferry transportation service that provides both public and private charters to the Southern Islands of Singapore. + Explore Singapore’s islands. Find out the ferry services available for your destinations ⇒ Ferry Operators.

i Light Singapore 2022 Highlights.

Organised by URA, i Light Singapore presented by DBS returned after a 2-year hiatus from 3 to 26 June with the theme Spark of Light, as part of a multi-year narrative Visible Light that will continue in following editions. Along with it came with a memorable line-up of 20 captivating light art installations, food & music festival village GastroBeats, Drone Nation, Light Forum and other sustainability-related activities.

Did you explore every inch of the festival? Let’s rewind and recap the vibrant and amazing transformation of Marina Bay‘s nightscape into a magical space of light and colour!

video source: Marina Bay Singapore / youtube.com /

Useful websites.

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Check if You Need an Entry Visa. Ways to visit the Singapore. Visit for tourism, business or a short stay. Visa Requirements.

Maps, Apps & Guides.

Guides, maps, apps and more are available at your fingertips! Use apps, maps and guides to navigate Singapore at the touch of a button!

Hungry Go Where.

HungryGoWhere.com is a popular food website in Singapore. It’s a great resource for finding new places to eat and drink.

Time Out Singapore: Time Out is a global media company that provides information about entertainment, food, and culture. Their Singapore website is a great resource for finding things to do and places to eat in the city.

MediaCorp is the Singapore Television company, offering a variety of channels in English. A program schedule can be found on the website.

SISTIC. Many entertainment events can be booked online.

Сuisine & Food

HungryGoWhere.com: HungryGoWhere is a popular food website in Singapore that features reviews, photos, and ratings of restaurants in the city-state. It’s a great resource for finding new places to eat and drink.

Singapore Foodie: Singapore Foodie is a website that features reviews and recommendations of restaurants and cafes in Singapore, as well as recipes and food-related news.

MissTamChiak: MissTamChiak is a food blog that features reviews and recommendations of restaurants and cafes in Singapore, as well as recipes and food-related news.

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