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i Light Singapore 2023: New Locations & Experiences Unveiled!

i Light Singapore 2023 - Artist Impression
i Light Singapore 2023 - Artist Impression
  • i Light Singapore back from 1 to 25 June 2023
  • New locations at South Beach and Millenia Walk
  • Focus on “A New Wave” theme and sustainability

Marina Bay is going to light up again with i Light Singapore 2023, from 1 to 25 June. 

This year got many new immersive light art installations and interesting programmes that will make you go “shiok”! 

Plus, got two new locations, South Beach and Millenia Walk, so more people can enjoy. 

A New Wave Theme

This year, i Light Singapore got one theme called “A New Wave”. 

All the artworks are anchored on the colour blue, like oceans and rivers. 

So, you can reflect on our natural environment and think about how to make our world more sustainable.

Like Mr Lim Eng Hwee, the CEO of URA, said, “We hope that visitors can be inspired to embrace sustainability as part and parcel of our everyday lives.”

Artworks and Locations

Aiyo, got many new artworks and locations to see! 

You can check out Glacier Dreams by Refik Anadol, Trumpet Flowers by Amigo & Amigo, and Block Party by Plug & Play, all at Marina Bay. 

South Beach also got Bleached by NTU students and Show III by James Cook University and NAFA students. 

Millenia Walk got Prism by Jun Ong.

Actionable and Practical Takeaways

  • Go see i Light Singapore from 1 to 25 June, 7.30 pm to 11.00 pm (12.00 am on Fridays and Saturdays)
  • Visit new locations at South Beach and Millenia Walk
  • Reflect on sustainability and our natural environment

So, bros and sis, if you are in Singapore between 1 and 25 June, don’t say “bo jio” and go see i Light Singapore 2023! 

Sure will enjoy one! Plus, you can learn more about sustainability and do your part for our planet. 

Remember, together we can make a brighter future!

Now I ask you, what part of i Light Singapore 2023 you most looking forward to? 

Comment below and share your thoughts leh!

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Written by Patrick Tan

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