Monday, 7 September 2015

Pink Ribbon Walk 2015

Pink Ribbon Walk 2015 
3 October 2015 (Saturday)

2pm – Carnival Commences
5pm – 3.2km Walk Commences

Marina Bay Event Square @ Waterfront Promenade

Pink Ribbon Walk (PRW), organised by Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) aims to bring breast cancer fighters, survivors and supporters together in a symbolic 3.2km walk and hopes to raise awareness of breast cancer amongst others who are unfamiliar with or unaware of the gravity of the disease. This event is in conjunction with the internationally recognised Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Join in the fun activities for young and old at the carnival taking place before the walk. Commencing at 2pm at the Waterfront Promenade’s Event Square, the carnival is open to members of the public. 

With an estimated turnout of 6,000 participants, expect waves of pink – the internationally recognised colour for breast cancer awareness – to take over Singapore’s evening skyline as the walk flags off at 5pm.

Registration is now open at
All participants will receive a PRW tee-shirt, goodie bag and a chance to win great prizes in the lucky draw. They will also be able to mingle with the cast from Pangdemonium’s upcoming play, Chinglish, as well as fairies from WINX.

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Credits: Pink Ribbon Walk Singapore


Thursday, 24 September to Tuesday, 10 November (9am – 9pm)
Gardens by the Bay

Fireworks: Friday, 25 September

Friday, 25 September – Sunday, 4 October

- Spectacular Lantern Sets (7pm – 11pm daily) 
(Main Entrance, Supertree Grove, Dragonfly Bridge and Dragonfly Lake)

- Cultural Performances (7pm; 8pm; 9pm) (Supertree Grove)

- Food Street (6pm – 11pm) (Supertree Grove)

Long admired for its beauty, the Chrysanthemum is a symbolic feature in traditional Chinese art to depict the autumn season. Marvel at unusual varieties such as Spider Chrysanthemums and Disbud Chrysanthemums first cultivated in ancient China and Japan. As you stroll through the scenic landscape dotted with Chinese lanterns and a teahouse, take time to appreciate the special displays of Chrysanthemum that have been meticulously trained to produce multiple large blooms on a single plant. "Celebration of Chrysanthemums" is the fifth of six chapters in Gardens by the Bay's storytelling journey in 2015. This enchanting series of floral displays for the year will draw visitors into the magical world of folklore, legends, fairy tales and nursery rhymes as told through the language of plants.

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Credits: Gardens by the bay

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