Situated in the heart of the spectacular modern city-state of Singapore, we are thrilled to present Neon Lights among the natural untouched beauty of Fort Canning National Park.
Neon Lights will be held at Fort Green, an iconic and lush venue play host to coountless of concerts, theatre productions and festivals.
Fort Canning is steeped in history – archaeological excavations prove it was the seat of the Malay Kingdom dating back to the 14th century, while its more recent nickname of ‘the Forbidden Hill’ can be traced back to the arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles in Singapore in 1819.
Raffles built the first botanic garden there and then established Fort Canning as the Governor’s Residence of Singapore. From the mid-19th century till the 1970s, it was used as a military base; first by the British, then briefly by the Japanese who seized Singapore for a period during World War II, and then by the new Republic of Singapore after their 1965 independence.
Now a stunning public park and occasional event location, what better icon of Singapore’s unique and rich history than this lush, tranquil, green oasis
How to get there:
We encourage you to take the MRT and alight at Dhoby Ghaut Station, Exit B. Cross over to Penang Road, turn left and keep a lookout for the tunnel leading to Fort Canning Park. It should take you about 10 minutes to get to the Park.
If you are coming by taxi or private hire cars, you can drop off at the Fort Canning Information Centre and walk from there.