Number of visitors to be doubled at this year's River Hongbao at Gardens by the Bay
https://str.sg/wQRFSINGAPORE - For the second time running, River Hongbao will take place at Gardens by the Bay this year with live performances and amusement rides being brought back.In-person festivities will begin on Jan 30 and last till Feb 6.Virtual activities will also be held as part of the hybrid event.
An iconic part of the Chinese New Year celebrations, River Hongbao began in 1987 and was held previously at The Float@Marina Bay.Festivalgoers can look forward to Getai performances and a Xinyao night, both featuring local artistes.The event is free, but ticketed, as part of crowd control measures.Read more: The Straits Times »
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Copy to clipboard https://str.sg/wQRF SINGAPORE - For the second time running, River Hongbao will take place at Gardens by the Bay this year with live performances and amusement rides being brought back. In-person festivities will begin on Jan 30 and last till Feb 6. Virtual activities will also be held as part of the hybrid event. An iconic part of the Chinese New Year celebrations, River Hongbao began in 1987 and was held previously at The Float@Marina Bay. Festivalgoers can look forward to Getai performances and a Xinyao night, both featuring local artistes. The event is free, but ticketed, as part of crowd control measures. Up to 4,400 visitors per time slot can enter the event grounds this year, as compared with 2,000 visitors last year. Members of the public will have to book a time slot on the River Hongbao website. Time slots will be released in batches from Wednesday (Jan 19), 11am. Up to five people can be registered per booking. Over a hundred volunteers, safe distancing ambassadors and auxiliary officers will be deployed on the ground to help usher and disperse crowds and ensure that safe management measures are adhered to. Mr Thomas Chua, chairman of the River Hongbao organising committee, said:"As the Omicron situation is still developing, we will monitor it and work with the relevant authorities. "If there is a need to make changes to our activities in the event of the situation evolving, we will not hesitate to take the necessary action as the safety of visitors is our utmost priority," he added. Embed Facebook Facebook River Hongbao 2022 will be back this year and we cannot wait to welcome you to Gardens by the Bay! Tickets will be... Posted by