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Start February off with a roar as we welcome in the Year of the Tiger! February is a month of celebrations, from a heartwarming family festive occasion like CNY to an intimate one just for couples like Valentine’s Day. Look forward to a stunning street light-up and parade, as well as a chance for all married couples to say “I Still Do” to each other.

Here is a lively line-up of family-friendly events and activities to ring in the new lunar year!

Be part of the Chinatown Street Light-Up

chinatown festivals

Image source: Chinatownfestivals.sg

Nothing says CNY more than the annual street light-up in Chinatown! The eye-catching lantern centrepiece this year are sculpted in the likeness of a family of tigers to signify reunion, harmony and prosperity. With the light-up extending all the way till 2 March and the option of watching the celebrations on livestream , there’s really no need to squeeze with the crowds!

Light-up period: 7 Jan to 22 Mar, 7pm – 12am daily
Venue: Eu Tong Sen Street and New Bridge Road

Catch the Chingay Parade on 12 Feb

Chingay

Image source: Chingay.gov.sg

What’s CNY in Singapore without Chingay? This year, our favourite street parade turns 50! Themed 'Ignite Our Dreams’, Chingay50 returns in the form of live performances as well as via livestreaming. Living up to its inclusive DNA, the festival has organised a series of community programmes for all residents to take part in – from dance contests and a mini-float competition to a walk-down-memory-lane online photo gallery.

Webcast date: 12 Feb 2022, 8pm

Say “Hi” to Le Le, the panda cub

Le Le the Panda cub

Image source: Mandai River Wonders

What’s black and white, fluffy and absolutely adorable? Le Le, the Giant Panda cub, of course! The offspring of Kai Kai and Jia Jia, Le Le is Singapore’s newest pride and joy. Make your way down to Mandai and meet Le Le in his special nursery as he plays, snoozes and learns to walk – just like any other newborn.

Venue: Mandai River Wonders, The Giant Panda Forest
Viewing time: 10:30am and 3:30pm
Admission rates apply.

Dive into Jumptopia: Wonder Garden at Gardens by the Bay

Jumptopia

Image source: Gardens by the Bay

Families with young kids can look forward to a bouncy good time at Jumptopia – an indoor escapade of garden-themed bouncy castles. While their active little ones are busy conquering eight themed obstacle courses, parents can focus on capturing IG-worthy memories of a fun day out!

Venue: Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront Pavilion
Event period: Till 3 Jul
Time: 10am – 7.45pm daily
Admission rates apply.

Celebrate an action-packed Year of the Tiger at Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studio Singapore

Image source: Resorts World Sentosa

Ushering in the Year of the Tiger at Universal Studios is none other than Master Tigress, from DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda. Together with Po and the Yang Warriors, this popular character makes her first ever appearance here. For more CNY fun, meet the mischievous Minions from Despicable Me and exchange festive greetings with Optimus Prime and Megatron – in Mandarin!

Venue: Universal Studios Singapore
Event period: Till 13 Feb
Admission rates apply.

Families for Life’s “I Still Do” 2022

I Still Do 2022

Let’s not forget the other occasion worth celebrating this February – Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re newly-weds or have been married for decades, FFL has put together a selection of “I Still Do” event & activities specially for couples to relive their romance.


As you spend time with your loved ones, do take note of the latest safe distancing measures before you head out.