September 24 marks the start of the celebration for the Mid-Autumn Festival (also known as the Mooncake Festival) here in Singapore.
This year’s Mooncake festivities at VivoCity’s SkyPark will feature over 2,000 Disney Tsum Tsum lanterns which have already been unravelled to the public last August 30 and will run until the end of September. If you’re a fan of Disney or the Mooncake Festival in general, here’s what you can expect when you head over to VivoCity:
Catch your Favorite Disney Tsum Tsum Lanterns at VivoCity’s SkyPark this Month
More than 2,000 Tsum Tsum Disney lanterns will be put up all over VivoCity’s third-level SkyPark.
The lanterns come in almost all the popular and well-loved Disney and Pixar characters we grew up with such as Chip and Dale, Dumbo, and Bambi.
Also, there are four magical zones you can explore, each with its own unique theme guests of all ages can enjoy:
If you head over to the water feature area of the SkyPark, you will find lanterns inspired by the movie “Frozen” as well as the sisters Elsa and Anna, and of course, with Sven and Olaf.
Here, you may also buy a wishing card for $2 apiece, and release a Mid-Autumn Disney floating themed lantern, with 100% of the proceeds go to the Children’s Cancer Foundation.
Tunnel of Love
Enter the 40-m long tunnel decorated with a variety of Tsum Tsum lanterns of over 30 different Disney and Pixar characters including Nemo, Stitch, and Eeyore, and feel all lovey-dovey with your friends or special someone.
The Disney fantasy world is not complete without the much-adored Disney Princesses such as Jasmine, Aladdin, and Genie on the magic carpet, as well as Mulan, Li Shang, and Mushu in the Chinese Pavilion Garden. You will all find them in the wonderful and breath-taking Fairytale Garden.
And finally, it cannot be called Disney without the iconic #couplegoals themselves, Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
In commemoration of Disney’s 90th anniversary, #CoupleGoals will feature a 10-m centrepiece of the popular mouse couple made out of over 1,000 lanterns.
And just a fun fact – this monumental installation has created a new record as the Largest Lantern Sculpture in the Asia Book of Records.
Venue: VivoCity SkyPark Level 3
Dates: From Aug. 30, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2018