Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Chinese New Year Bazaar 2015 in Chinatown Singapore - WW


After dinner last evening, my husband and I brought a couple of elderly neighbours to Chinatown to soak in the Lunar New Year festivities and snap photos of the pretty decorations of the Street Light-Up.


Many traditional goodies from cookies, decorative items, waxed meats and preserved fruits to potted plants and clothing were on sale. My neighbours bought some Chinese New Year delicacies.


As my family is still in mourning, we are not celebrating Chinese New Year this year.... but we bought 20 jars of cookies to distribute to some of the elderly residents in our neighbourhood.


These preserved fruits are a must-have in our Chinese New Year shopping due to their auspicious names and meanings.


There was a stall selling a modernised version of wooden clogs. Customers could request to custom make a pair of clogs.

Although it was a weekday night, there were lots of people shopping at the bazaar. We had a light supper before going home with or purchases.  


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    1. Yes, Lina.
      Even though my family is not celebrating CNY this year, we enjoyed visiting the annual bazaar... and try some food samples. :D

  2. Wow, that looks so colorful ! Just cheered me up !

    1. Our Chinese New Year is a colourful and exciting event. :)

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    1. I was advised to lose some weight by my doctor yesterday. Have to follow her advice as extra weight causes my back to ache more :)

  4. Happy New Year ECL!!! :) Love your pics The clogs look so pretty but I wonder how they'd feel walking in them.

    1. Thanks Sue.
      The modernised wooden clogs have rubber soles, so there will be less noise when one walks in them. :D

  5. the streets of singapore and many other asian cities must be throbbing with excitement and anticipation for the upcoming ny's celebration. what will it be this year?

    1. It's the year of the Goat. And many Chinese in Asian cities are busy preparing for the celebrations next week. :)

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    1. Shopping crowds in Chinatown these few nights and it will be more packed on CNY eve.