Colourful lanterns are abound as the festive season approaches with fervour.
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Location: Golden Garden
The Apricot Grove, which features apricot flowers at various stages of blooming, enhanced with gobo lighting effect to simulate falling flower petals, is inspired by the Chinese fable of Dong Feng “董奉”, who is a skilled and generous medical practitioner from the Three Kingdoms period ”三国时代”.
China Life Insurance (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. would like to convey its wishes for a deeper friendship between Singapore and China through this lantern display, in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between both countries. This display is also dedicated to all healthcare workers in recognition of their immense sacrifices and unwavering commitment.
Location: Supertree Grove
The Royal Family’s Walk was first displayed at the Seoul Lantern Festival 2019. Made of Hanji, a Korean traditional paper formed using the bark of the mulberry tree, it shows the royal procession of the king and queen in the early Joseon Dynasty, which is a common affair in the royal palace.
Happening in the same period as Mid-Autumn Festival is Chuseok, also known as Korean Thanksgiving Day, which is one of the biggest and most important holidays in Korea.
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Location: Near ‘Planet’ Sculpture
Inspired by the famous poem 《水调歌头·明月几时有》, this set features five framed scenes, expressing the poet Su Shi’s (苏轼) deep longing for his family as he contemplates the beauty of the moon during Mid-Autumn.
Location: The Colonnade (Supertree Grove)
A lantern installation featuring brightly coloured, animal-shaped designs inspired by traditional cellophane lanterns of yesteryear. Showcasing 400 hand-coloured lanterns by 600 participants, this mesmerising display celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival as well as the creativity of the participating community groups.
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