Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Marine Parade New Year Countdown 2013 - Ruby Tuesday

Marina Bay Countdown 2013
Marina Bay Singapore

To all my readers and friends,
Have a terrific 2013!


ESM Goh Chok Tong was the guest of honour at our Marine Parade New Year Countdown Party 2013. MP Lim Biow Chuan made a special appearance at our party of around 2000 residents. Both guests mingled with the residents who came up to shake their hands or request for a photo taken with them.

Hot Samba dancers

From 8.30 pm onwards, residents both young and old enjoyed watching a variety of performances including a magic show, fire-eating dance, singing and musical performances. The hottest item was the hot Samba dancers. Many of the men rushed forward to have a closer look of the sexy dancers and took videos and photos of them. :P


The Countdown Party was organised by Marine Parade GROs and Marine Parade Merchants' Association. Tickets were sold at S$3 each and we received a goodie bag filled with party treats. I was delighted to find two cute limited-edition Panda bear key chains.


The residents had fun singing and dancing with the guests after the Countdown. ESM Goh Chok Tong and MP Lim Biow Chuan then went round shaking hands and wishing everyone they met a Happy New Year.


  1. Happy New Year. Thanks for your well-wishes. Your neighbourhood is such a happening place to live in.

  2. What a fun event ECL. :)

    Happy new year to you and family. ^^

  3. Happy New Year ECL....love you and hope all your dreams come true this year!!
    ♥ Big Hugs ♥

  4. My New Year was quite..went to bed and woke up to 2013.

    Happy New Year and the coffee is on

  5. The fireworks look spectacular! Wishinging you all the best for this new year!

  6. Happy New Year 2013. Wow you have had a terrific time with lots of fun at Marina Bay

  7. What a beautiful firework ! We had a very nice New Year's Eve, but completely without ! Apparently it's not done here in the South of France.

  8. I was at Marina Bay during Christmas! Love the place!

  9. I could have guessed the Samba dancers were very popular. What a fun way to bring in the new year!

  10. Great photos! Have a happy new year.


  11. I dun do much for CNY. my 16 years in Singapore, we balik Kampong to my MIL in Johor. so I don't have to prepare. The Husband not into CNY, which suits me fine, the whole laziest person.