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Best places to catch fireworks for free on New Year's Eve in Singapore

Ring in 2018 at these spots around town

We've made it to the end of 2017 so it's time to pop the champers and let bygones by bygones. If you want to ring in the new year in style, which of course includes catching the fireworks up close, read on for the best places in Singapore to camp yourself at for the night before the clock strikes twelve!

Siloso Beach Sentosa
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Siloso Beach Sentosa

Alright so this one's not technically free, but you get to catch a wonderful pyrotechnics display over Sentosa island. Set yourself on the stretch of Siloso Beach and prepare yourself for a stunning five-minute-long showcase of pyrotechnics, laser lights and fireworks that’s happening on the beachfront.

Find out what else you can do at this year's Siloso Beach Party here.

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By: Time Out Singapore in partnership with Sentosa
Bay East Garden @ Gardens by the Bay
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Bay East Garden @ Gardens by the Bay

For panaromic views of the fireworks, flanked by Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer, head to Bay East Garden. It's accessible by car via Tanjong Rhu Road or across the bridge from Marina Barrage .

Helix Bridge and Benjamin Sheares Bridge
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Helix Bridge and Benjamin Sheares Bridge

Helix and BSB are positioned just beside the floating platform, giving a good view of Marina Bay.

Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza and The Promontory, Merlion Park
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Marina Bay Sands Event Plaza and The Promontory, Merlion Park

It'll be really crowded, but you’ll get great views of the Bay-side fireworks. Get there early. Really early.

The Lawn @ Marina Bay
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The Lawn @ Marina Bay

Between The Sail and Marina Bay Financial Centre is a grass patch where you can gather at a comfortable distance away from the crowds. If all else fails, you can always snatch reflections of the fireworks on the buildings of MBFC.

Esplanade Bridge and Jubilee Bridge
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Esplanade Bridge and Jubilee Bridge

Merlion Park, which gives you a worm's-eye view of the pyrotechnics display, will be rammed, so spread out along these two bridges. 

Marina Barrage
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Marina Barrage

The views are slightly obstructed from its green roof, but you’ll get to see the lights against the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands and the business district in the background. 

Or celebrate NYE at these parties

7 best things to do on New Year’s Eve at Siloso Beach Party

This New Year’s Eve, skip the regular ol’ countdown parties at the club and start 2018 on a high note at the Siloso Beach Party. Back for its 11th edition, the party brings revellers from across the region to Siloso Beach Sentosa on December 31 from 6pm to 6am. Send off 2017 with a bang – there’s an exciting line-up of the hottest DJs, a massive fireworks display and a giant foam pool. Here’s how you and your mates can bid farewell to the year in style.

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By: Time Out Singapore in partnership with Sentosa
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