Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Celebrate Valentine's Day at Gardens By The Bay With Corrinne May

Valentine's Day this year is so much more special than any other. 
14 February 2014 is also the 15th day of Chinese New Year, which is also our Chinese Valentine's Day!

2 Valentine's days in one means everyone from all over the world is going to celebrate the day of love TOGETHER.

Prepare your chocolates, 
Order your flowers, 
Buy your gifts,
Get ready your text messages for your loved ones!

Valentine's Day Special with Corrinne May

Here's a song by Corrinne May titled 24 Hours.
If you only had 24 hours, what would you do, what would you say?

Love songs from Corrinne May share with us meaningful values of love.
Imagine listening to them under the stars and beautiful Supertrees with your loved ones.
Comfort, cosy and full of sweetness.

This Valentine's Day, slow down your pace and spend precious moments with your other half at gardens By The Bay with Corrinne May. Bring along your picnic mat and food to go along with the performance.

Date : 14 Feb 2014, Friday
Time : 8:00PM to 9:00PM (Registration at 7:00PM)
Venue : Supertree Grove
Admission Is Free

This event is brought to you by Gardens by the Bay.

Year of the Horse Floral Display
17 Jan - 16 Feb 2014
Venue: Flower Dome
Time: 9am - 9pm

Gardens by the Bay ushers in the Year of the Horse with a new floral display on 17 January 2014. The display will bring an auspicious and prosperous start to the Lunar New Year with sculptures of horses amidst colourful blooms such as chrysanthemums, cherry blossoms, kumquat (citrus) plants and camellias. Designed by award-winning sculptors, each horse sculpture is made of a different material such as driftwood, galvanised wires or willows, with the concept of the centrepiece inspired by the Chinese painting "100 Horses" to tie in with the Chinese zodiac sign.

This marks the Gardens’ first display for the new year and kicks off the “Gardens by the Bay Goes around the World” series for 2014. Visitors can look forward to an exciting year of floral displays that will bring the different geographical regions of the world - starting with Asia - to the people of Singapore.

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