The vibrant Chingay Parade is a celebration of Singapore’s multicultural heritage.
Vibrant floats, dancing dragons, prancing lions, stilt walkers, wushu masters, performers of different races in their traditional costumes and many, many more…
The word Chingay is equivalent to the Mandarin ‘zhuang yi’ (妆艺), which means ‘the art of costume and masquerade’ in the Hokkien dialect.this wondrous event brings together people and performances from across the spectrum of Singaporean culture; celebrated by Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians alike.
it is filled with colourful performances, intricate and interesting costumes, fabulous lights and people in every direction
the Chingay Parade is the largest street performance and float parade in Asia–a shimmering celebration and parade that extends from the original F1 Pit Building, via the back of Singapore Flyer, to the NS Square (Marina Bay floating platform), where River Hongbao is also held. The parade route will also make its way across the heartland of this country.
Tickets must be purchased for this event.