Where can I buy Chinese New Year decorations in Singapore?

What decorations do people put up for Chinese New Year?

Red lanterns are most popular decorations for Chinese New Year.

  • Chinese Red Lanterns — Drive Off Bad Luck. …
  • Door Couplets — Best Wishes for the Coming Year. …
  • Paper Cuttings — Luck and Happiness. …
  • New Year Paintings — a Symbol of New Year’s Greetings. …
  • Upside-Down Fu Characters — Luck ‘Poured Out’

Where is Chinese New Year shop in Singapore?

Individual stores may vary, but Ion Orchard, Marina Bay Sands, Bugis Junction, Plaza Singapura and IKEA are some of the shopping centres you can still visit. Check out this list for other shopping centres still open during Chinese New Year.

Can Chinese New Year decorations reuse?

You can start by reusing the past year’s AngPaos and relevant paper decorations for this year. You can also opt for new decorations without the Chinese zodiac or year motifs so you can reuse it for the subsequent years.

Is Bugis Street open on Chinese New Year?

Closing times for its other outlets over CNY: 313@Somerset closes at 5.30am, the Bugis branch shuts at 3am, and HaveFun Toa Payoh@SAFRA operates till 1am.

How do Singaporeans celebrate Chinese New Year?

The family reunion dinner and ancestor worship are the two of the most important highlights of the celebrations on the eve of the new year (chuxi). The Lunar New Year is traditionally ushered in at 11 pm, but many families, especially those in Singapore, have adopted 12 am as the norm.

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