Into its 38th year, Chingay Parade Singapore, the Asia Grandest Street and Floats Parade proved to be even grander and more impactful in 2010. As a fully sold-out event this year, the Parade Organisers, ie the People’s Association ( a Singapore government community agency) and Singapore Tourism Board relocated the parade to a stretch of 1 km road in front of the Pit Building (Beside the Singapore Flyer where the F1 was held) and the Singapore Flyer to accommodate more local audience and tourists.
Since its inception in 1973, Chingay Parade Singapore has evolved into one of the most exciting international events in the region. Reaching out to huge crowds and highly rated by local and foreign audiences, this colourful and spectacular parade made a name for itself in Singapore as well as in the region and beyond. With traditional dragon and lion dancer seizing the parade by storm, the participants also witnessed fire-crackers (A sight not seen in many years)! Other dazzling performance includes legendary well-loved tales (Butterfly Lover, Puteri Gunung Ledang and Indralogam), the story of Yellow River, Samba Singapore! Gyrate.
TILT, as Official Photographer, was on site to witness truly one of the most significant tourist events in Singapore during the Chinese New Year Period.
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