Some of this year’s happy lights along Orchard Road shot entirely with my aging Samsung Galaxy S3…
Plaza Singapura’s outdoor decoration looked anorexic this year.
One of the oldest shopping icon in Singapore, Plaza Singapura used to have such elaborate dress up that turned its main entrance into a playground. Now it’s just a small tree behind its acrylic version of the United Colours of Benetton. Money no enough?
Orchard Central usually have some statement pieces in its Christmas décor and this year, it puts the green into the yuletide season with decorations made by recycling the bottom of plastic bottles. Quite a neat idea.
Saw a narcissistic tree outside Orchard Central. The saying about narcissists is that they seldom have a good ending. Point proven with this photo? LOL.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree. Here’s the partridge. But where’s my true love? 😦
Louis Vuitton’s Christmas window display took a light-hearted ride on the wild side with geese pulling a sleigh of LV gift-things. But I suddenly have the craving to eat Lou (卤) 鸭.
It’s an unusual sight… Malays singing Christian hymns and Christmas carols. Singapore is so progressive!
ION Orchard erects a giant Christmas tree (yet again) to herald the festivities. Combined with huge screens flashing advertisements and a massive LED skin wrapped around its outer visage, the décor gave the illusion that there is a lot going on when there’s really not much. It has what I call the ‘Chinese Ghost Story effect’… a pretty maiden by night and a grave during the day.
Bring on the bling and celebratION!
The HIGHlight (no pun intended) is staring high up at the tower of lights inside ION Orchard’s gigantic tree. It makes the eyes dizzy.
When seen in focus, the inside looks like a Star Wars set.
Another spin shot of the lights created by simply turning the mobile phone while shooting. The lights change colours so each ‘vortex’ photo can look different.
Wheelock Place had Christmas decals in the shape of gingerbread men, snowflakes and poinsettias on its glass doors. We decided to turn gingerbread dude into a lass. Hahaha…
A peep into Wheelock Place’s Christmas decorations.
It’s an astrological Christmas with a constellation of lights.
Turning the Christmas cones into planets.
Forum Galleria had a novel idea to bring in the safari for Christmas with birds and beasts of the topics and savannah.
The concept was unusual but the zoo theme felt salah.
Let it snow, let it snow! Tanglin Mall always draw the crowd with its faux snow.
Better have fun and enjoy it as this could very well be the last year that Tanglin Mall brings ‘winter’ to Singapore.
Didn’t get to cover all the mall decors as I started shooting the lights this year pretty late.
But with this shots, I wish you and your love ones a Christmas filled with affection, happiness and good health! 🙂