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     FrontPage Edition: Sun 7 November 2004

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30-ft Dancing Christmas Trees in Orchard Road

Dancing Christmas Tree outside The Heeren

This year's Christmas Light-up, from 13 Nov 2004 - 2 Jan 2005, will be extended from Tanglin, Scotts and Orchard Road, to the Marina Bay area.

One of the highlights of this year's Christmas Light-up is the seven 30-foot dancing Christmas trees situated at the Scotts and Heeren junctions.

Dancing Christmas Trees outside Borders at Wheelock Place

To see the other dancing Christmas trees, click Dancing Christmas Trees

A trio of Christmas trees will be dancing at the Scotts Junction while four Christmas trees will be grooving to the tunes of carols at the Heeren Junction.

Here's the show schedule:

 

Dancing Trees @ Scotts Junction

Dancing Trees @ Heeren Junction

Mon to Thur

8.00pm 8.15pm
8.30pm 8.45pm
9.00pm 9.15pm

8.15pm 8.30pm
8.45pm 9.00pm
9.15pm 9.30pm

Fri & Sat

8.00pm 8.15pm
8.30pm 8.45pm
9.00pm 9.15pm
9.30pm 9.45pm
10.00pm 10.15pm
11.00pm 11.15pm

12.00am 12.15am

8.15pm 8.30pm
8.45pm 9.00pm
9.15pm 9.30pm
9.45pm 10.00pm
10.15pm 10.30pm

11.15pm 11.30pm

12.15pm 12.30pm

Sun

8.00pm 8.15pm
8.30pm 8.45pm
9.00pm 9.15pm

8.15pm 8.30pm
8.45pm 9.00pm
9.15pm 9.30pm

More.....

Source: Singapore Tourism Board Media Release 1 Nov 2004

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