Mid Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival in SG was about to finish this October 4. Too bad my eyes can\’t feast on the colorful decorations for this year\’s festival. Last year, I decided to go for a photowalk for some sensory overload of colors and lights. This is one of the perks living in Everton Park, I get to enjoy Chinatown anytime that I want.
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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

                  

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Lanterns are all over the temple premises.
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From a nearby store. Reminds me of Mr. Shooli of  the 90\’s show Mongolian Barbecue
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I remember one Feng-shui expert said,  this cat is waving to attract luck to \”to come into the business\”.
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The stretch of South Bridge Road. The lanterns are like little candies hanging.

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Northeast Line MRT Chinatown exit
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This looks like a school project of  some kiddos.
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Along Eu Ton Sen street. They have longer garlands of lanterns
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Porcelain Hotel made a huge canvas out of their \”side wall\”
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It\’s like a design out of a china plate.
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These are delicious but very expensive! I\’m not sure if these are the bakkwa.
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Giant Fruits
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You could also check-out the Clarke Quay decorations for MAF. They have more designs pertaining to houses, animals, flowers/plants. They are located along the bridge and the riverside very suitable for photo taking together with decors. 
XOXO

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