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Saturday, December 3, 2011

~ Christmas ChariTrees @ Marina Bay ~

December is here! My favourite month of the year as it is the school holidays and filled with festive cheer! Christmas trees and lightings are up and we are singing our all-time favourite cheery Christmas songs.


To add on to the festive season, twenty 10-feet tall Norfolk Pine trees have been placed along Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade. Each sponsored "ChariTrees" are fitted with LED lights and decorated with Christmas ornaments by various organisations who have adopted them and pledged to help the less fortunate, raising funds for 300,000 beneficiaries of the Community Chest.




We may not have snow in Singapore, but with the majestic Singapore skyline as the backdrop, the Christmas ChariTrees lightened and brightened up the Waterfront magically.


The ChariTrees (jointly brought in by the Community Chest and the Urban Redevelopment Authority) is on display and lighted from now till 1st Jan 2012. We brought the kids along to have a stroll along the waterfront while taking pictures and enjoying the scenary. Not forgetting going on another round of "Elephant Hunting" for the Elephant Parade event. ^_^


Apart from admiring the unique decos on each Christmas tree, you can also vote for your favorite ChariTree and stand a chance to win a Christmas ride for 2 where you and your partner will go on a tour bus ride to see the beautiful lighting and decorations around Marina Bay!

Voting period: Now on till Sun 11 Dec
https://www.facebook.com/marinabaysg?sk=app_6009294086
Venue: Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade (near Mist Walk/Marina Bay Sands)

It's a season of Love, Giving and Sharing around Marina Bay and we are already soaking into the Holiday Season!

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful row of christmas tree,
    i guess the christmas mood is already in full swing.

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  2. Yes Thomas! There are Christmas Trees everywhere! ^_^ Are you seeing pretty trees over at your side too?

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