Add a shining new dimension to your Mid-Autumn celebrations

A 3D light, lanterns, food and entertainment festival

September 20 2017

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  • A 3D light, lanterns, food and entertainment festival that presents both heritage of the traditional lantern culture and the beauty of modern light brought to you by SC Cultural & Educational Pte Ltd, Golden Compass School, Singapore Ms Noble Cultural Media Pte Ltd, Sichuan Eastern Lantern Art & Cultural Diffusion Co., Ltd and China Zigong Lantern Festival & Trade Group Co., Ltd to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Golden Week and the Chinese Chengdu Culture at Resorts World Sentosa.
  • All structures, handicraft artisans, performers and food vendors are direct from Chengdu, Sichuan province to bring you the best in Chinese Entertainment.
  • 1 October 2017 to 12 November 2017
  • 11am to 10pm on Mondays to Thursdays
  • 11am to 11pm on Fridays to Sundays & PH
  • Last admission into the event is 1 hour prior to closing time
  • Venue: Resorts World Sentosa, Waterfront


  1. 3D Light Show featuring Projection Mapping on Giant Porcelain Vase Structure
    • Showing every 5 minutes daily
    • Each show is 5 minutes long, featuring the latest in projection mapping technology on a 12-meter high porcelain vase display!
    • The show runs 4 times every hour from opening.
    • Located in Zone 2 – Silk Road Fantasy
  2. Stage Performances
    • Daily Shows: 6:30pm & 8:30pm
    • 45 minutes long show which includes 8 exciting performances – Fire-breathing puppets, Shaolin monks martial art displays, mind-blowing acrobatics, cultural Mask Face-changing dancers and even magic!
    • All the performers are from the Sichuan province, except Shaolin monks from the Shaolin temple

Ticket Prices: 

Adult   : $15 (Mon-Thurs), $18 (Fri-Sun & PH)

Child   : $12 (Mon-Thurs), $15 (Fri-Sun & PH)

Senior  : $8  (Mon-Thurs),  $9   (Fri-Sun & PH)

Buy your tickets now at SISTIC.

For enquiries, please contact us at +65 6220 6228.

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Food Festival – Find authentic Sichuan snacks this Autumn! AND MORE

Three guns are famous Sichuan snacks, mainly made of glutinous rice, when making this Sichuan snacks, the glutinous rice are being thrown which made the “dang, dang, dang” sound therefore named “three guns.” Best served with specially brewed Chinese tea (Eagle brand).

Sugar candy sticks, is well-liked by people of all walks of life.

Sugar fruit also known as swan eggs made of glutinous rice, brown sugar and sesame as raw material, the glutinous rice flour fried in the oil coated with white sesame seeds and caramel.

Sliced ​​Beef and Ox Tongue in Chilli Sauce is a Sichuan dishes, created by a couple named: Guo Chao Hua and Zhang You Zheng (wife).  Ingredients include the ox scalp, ox heart, ox tongue, beef, braised and sliced. Coupled with chili oil, pepper and other ingredients make this dish exceptionally delicious.In May 2017, the United States, “GQ” magazine released a restaurant boutique winner BrettMartin the latest baked “US 2017 food list”, located in Houston PepperTwins Shuangjiao Chuan restaurant – Signature cold dish “couple lung tablets” topped the list, was selected For the “Appetizer of the Year”. The English name of the dish was translated into “Mr and Mrs Smith”.

Chinese handicrafts

Sugar painting is a Sichuan provincial intangible cultural heritage, as the name suggests, is made of sugar, considerable edible.  It is the authentic folk painting, quite the characteristics of the market art, widely loved by the people of Bashan Shu water.

Doll face change: Face changing is the highlight of Sichuan, with modern technology apply to the doll, not only can transform a series of character faces, with rich expression, this culture and custom can be passed on.  It can be carried as hanging bags, car accessories, play as a doll etc. so that people can feel the Chinese traditional culture all the time.

Kite: Has been around for more than 2,000 years. According to legend, “Mozi made an eagle kite for three years, only flew for a day and broke.” Kite became a tool for the transmission of information. From the beginning of the Sui and Tang dynasties, due to the developed paper industry, civilians began to use paper to paste on the kite. In the Song Dynasty, the kite became a favourite outdoor activities. It is also illustrated in the famous “Qingming River” painting. Today, China’s kite-flying activities play an important role in foreign cultural exchanges, strengthening friendship with the people of the world, developing economy and tourism.


Daily Performances:

  1. Chinese Long-mouth pot Kung Fu tea
  2. Acrobatics
  3. Shaolin Wushu
  4. Hand Shadow
  5. Puppet shows
  6. Puppet Fire Spitting
  7. Sichuan Opera Face Off

Profile of Performing Team:

National level actors and actresses with track records of performing 300 times annually and performed before in Germany, the United States, Turkey, Japan, Korea, Czech Republic, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing and other regions.


Mon to Sat: 9am to 6pm

Sunday & Public Holidays: Closed

Contact No: (65) 6220 6228

Fax No: (65) 6323 2900

UEN/CPE Registration No.: 201012407H

Reg. Period: 13/09/2017 to 12/09/2021

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