I have watched Christmas lights and decorations every year since I learned of their existence some two decades ago.
I have indeed enamoured for decorations beneath the Christmas trees this year. The photo below shows a gorgeous Ferrero-Rocher-like set-up under the tree at Millenia Walk.
And the picture below shows the actual Christmas tree.
I love watching Christmas lights because of the sheer number of lights put up for the season. Lights have a special charm because of the way they are so versatile, in that, they come in so many colours and able to produce so many effects.
I framed the photo of the lights below to look like meteor rain falling. One could imagine that surrealness standing beneath such elaborate decor.
These lights belong to the large Swarovski crystal Christmas tree standing proud and tall outside Ion Orchard this year.
I was so mesmerized by the dazzling Swarovski tree that I went back for a second shot on the same night. I even strongly recommended this tree to some foreign friends who visited a few weeks ago. I think the Swarovski tree will stay in my heart and mind for some time.
Then, there is always a cute little tree somewhere for the children to enjoy, including the child in myself!
The tree below shows none other than The Little Prince; arguably the one true prince for everyone.
I think the greatest appeal of Christmas lights in Singapore is the fact that they are free for all to watch. Well, almost, because one still needs to buy food and drinks as the day goes by unless one packs sandwiches. Singapore stands at the top of the table for Worldwide Cost of Living in 2015, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit.
There is no better way to end this post than with a leisure holiday attitude! Meet the caring Kangaroo from the vast plains of Australia.
On Christmas day, let’s lie down and relax. That’s the way, Kangaroo!
Cheers to a merry Christmas to all of you!
What is the one thing that you do for yourself every Christmas?