This year's mid-autumn festival, there's actually a lot of places to go for photo taking. And to bring the kids to see the lantern. Here's some places which I had visited or would be going soon.
Lanterns are filled along the roads of Chinatown. Near to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum, there's 12 lanterns of the Chinese horoscope for photo-taking.
And there's a lantern carnival near to the temple. The event runs from 8 September till 30 September 2007. Opening hours are weekdays from 5pm - 11.30pm and weekends from 5pm - 12.30 am. Had yet to bring the kids to see the lantern though.
Further up, near to the Chinatown MRT station, there's some performance held at the field near to the Telok Ayer Hong Lim Green Community Centre.
At Central, there's a mini performance too. And some lanterns along the river for photo-taking. If you are not in a hurry, probably you would like to stop down and to buy some things. You could also do charity by writing some wishes and hang up your lantern for just $2.
Here's our wishes to everybody!
There's of Chinese Garden, the usual place to go during Mid-Autumn Festival. (Had been there for 3 years or more)
P.S. We put up the wishing lantern on Wednesday. And re-visited the places (except the carnival and Chinese Garden) for some video clips. Would be putting up the clips once edited.