Singapore National Day is Coming! Mark these Fireworks Viewing Spots
The Singapore National Day Parade Organising Committee and the People's Association have announced that as part of the National Day Parade Neighborhood Community Event, on 9 August 2022 from 8.15 pm to 8.25 pm, there will be fireworks displays at the following five locations, floating with Marina Bay Fireworks are set off at the same time as the National Day celebration performance on the stage.
Central Singapore: Open Field beside Ang Mo Kio Library
Northeast: Old Tampines Junior College
Northwest: Woodlands Stadium
South West: Jurong West Stadium
Southeast: Bedok Stadium
Recommended viewing location of Singapore National Day
As the first choice for fireworks viewing, Merlion Park has a very broad field of vision, and you can watch all the fireworks shows at close range. The only disadvantage is that there will be very, very, very many people. If you want to get a good seat, you need to arrive here at least 3 hours in advance.
Marina bay road
Like Merlion Park, you can see all the fireworks on Marina Bay Avenue, just a little bit further away. However, the view of Marina Bay Avenue will be wider and the scenery will be more spectacular.
Sands Hotel Roof Garden
If you want to stand at a high altitude and enjoy the view at the least cost, the roof garden of the Golden Sands Hotel is a good choice. For just a dozen Singapore dollars, you can stand on top of Singapore's most iconic buildings, with panoramic views of both the city and the sea.
If you just want to simply take a walk and take a look at the scenery, the Helix Bridge is a good choice. This is the longest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, and it is also a good place to watch fireworks up close. There are hotels, casinos, shopping malls, theaters, exhibitions, museums, and other buildings around, so you don't have to worry about finding things to do after watching the fireworks.
For friends who want to stay away from the crowds, the stadium's terrace near the sea is a good choice. Although the distance is far but also can see the fireworks panorama. And compared to crowded venues such as Merlion Park, there are a lot fewer people here, and the viewing experience will be more comfortable.
East Coast Park
If you live on the east side and don't want to go to crowded places with friends, East Coast Park is the place for you. Watching fireworks here is like rising from the sea. Being able to chat with family and friends while blowing the sea breeze is also a happy thing.
These locations are wide, and the stars and fireworks in the sky can be seen in the eyes. I believe this moment will become one of the unforgettable memories in life. After seeing so much, are you guys excited? Get ready quickly, make an appointment with your friends to watch the fireworks, and celebrate Singapore National Day together.