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January 27, 2009

Sentosa Flowers Show 2009

Sentosa Flowers Show 2009

The core attractions at the annual Sentosa Flower Show 2009 on Singapore's Sentosa island are the colourful flowers like Antirrhinum (dragon-face-resembling blooms), Carnations (the Flowers of God), Daffodils (harbingers of Spring) and Pansies (human-face-resembling flowers).

These colourful flowers, plus many other spirited blooms, will grace many outdoor spots around Imbiah Station and Palawan beach to woo visitors during the Chinese New Year.

In addition, the Sentosa Flower Show 2009 will feature a giant recycled sculpture painstakingly put together by reknown artists, Gardening and Sculpture Design competition prize-winning displays by schools, a Festival Market and a Sentosa Food Street.

Photographers get an opportunity to participate in "Magical Moments", an online digital photography competition where attractive prizes can be won.

In addition, visitors to Sentosa will not forget all the other wonderful touristy attractions that will greet them in the Year of the Ox.

I think the best reason to visit this Sentosa Flower Show 2009 now will be the excuse for families, friends and relatives to spend time together for some Lunar New Year bonding in a picturesque outdoor floral setting; and to shed some weight after rounds of ritual feasting.

Sentosa Flowers Show 2009:

Where: Imbiah & Palawan, Sentosa

When: 24 January to 1 February 2009, 9am to 10pm

Website: http://www.sentosa.com.sg/sentosaflowers/

Getting There:

(1) By Buses
(a)Public Buses to HarbourFront Bus Terminal
10, 30, 65, 80, 93, 97, 100, 143, 145, 166, 188, 855
(b)Sentosa Bus: Board at HarbourFront Bus Terminal to Beach Station.

(2) By MRT
Board the North East Line (NEL) and alight at HarbourFront MRT Station. From Sentosa Station at VivoCity Level 3 and alight at Beach or Imbiah Station.

Admission fee: $2 per person

Vehicle fee: $2 per entry

Drive into Sentosa and park at Beach Carpark.
Taxi drop off at Imbiah or Beach Station.

On 26 & 27 Jan 2009 (9am - 10pm): Flat rate of $6 applies for every car/taxi, regardless of the number of passengers. Payment via CashCard in IU at gantry. Parking fee of $5.35 per entry applies at Beach Car Park and Cove Arrival Plaza Car Park.

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