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Mid-Autumn Festival 2001 Date(s): 21 Sep 2001 to 1 Oct 2001
Time: 11.00 AM
Venue: Chinatown, Orchard Road, Albert Mall and Singapore River
Prices: Admission Free


There is a tremendous burst of colour and excitement as the Chinese in Singapore celebrate one of the most important occasions of the Lunar calendar, called ‘Zhong Qiu Jie’, which means the Mid-Autumn Festival.

This year, the festival falls on 1 October, but islandwide celebrations begin as early as 21 September in the ethnic district of Chinatown. Highlights include the Opening Ceremony, Mid-Autumn Festival Exhibition and the street market.

There is also a multitude of activities to celebrate the festival in fashionable Orchard Road, the heartlands of Albert Mall and other areas, culminating in a big bang on the tranquil waters of the Singapore River on 30 September with a Grand Finale Lantern Parade.

Experience and be part of this popular festival as New Asia - Singapore comes alive with colour and sound!


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