The Chingay Parade is undoubtedly one of the most important events in Singapore, and it’s when street floats, clowns, dancers, acrobats, jugglers and many other performers can be seen in the celebration of the Chinese New Year.
The parade’s origin is in China, where processions were made in honour of the Lunar New Year for two weeks in preparation for the arrival of spring.
Chingay Parade Singapore 2024 Dates, Route, Floats and Fireworks
Chingay now owns the reputation as one of Asia’s largest street performances and float parade, which is a colourful epitome of the country’s multicultural society.
Indulge in the colourful and vibrant Chingay Parade brought to you by the diverse talents and multi-ethnic community, performed in front of a street-style container art backdrop that is co-created by youths.
The return of the iconic Chingay floats and 17 community co-created mini floats exemplify our strong community spirit and togetherness.